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India’s Deepak Punia thrashes Pakistan’s Muhammad Inam in remaining to win India’s

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Indian wrestler Deepak Punia baggage a gold medal within the 86 kg occasion, beating Pakistan’s Muhammad Inam within the remaining of Commonwealth Video games 2022 in Birmingham on Friday. With this India baggage third gold medal of the day. Earlier, Sakshi Malik and Bajarang Punia received gold. Within the remaining Deepak thrashed Inam 3-0. 

Deepak Punia wins third gold for India in Wrestling
— Jitendra  (@Jitendr63761289) August 5, 2022

Punia’s Commonwealth Video games 2022 marketing campaign was off to a great begin as he defeated Matthew Oxenham of New Zealand in his males’s freestyle 86 kg class match to enter the quarterfinal on Friday. Deepak was at his most dominant on this match which lasted for 3 minutes and 22 seconds. He crushed his New Zealand opponent by 10-0. Oxenham didn’t even get an opportunity to interrupt free from Punia’s grip and walked away from the match and not using a level. Technical skill-wise, Deepak was simply too good for Oxenham and this issue helped him win. 

Naib Subedar Deepak Punia is an Indian freestyle wrestler and Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO) within the Indian Military who received a silver medal on the 2019 World Wrestling Championships within the freestyle 86 kg class and secured a spot within the 2020 Summer season Olympics. He was born within the Jhajjar district of Haryana. In Tokyo Olympic 2020, he narrowly misplaced the bronze medal match to M.N. Amine of San Marino. On the Wrestling World Championships, Deepak settled for Silver after pulling out of the 86 kg remaining attributable to an harm the place he was attributable to face Hassan Yazdani of Iran.


2019 World Championship Silver
2020 Olympics fifth Place
2021 Asian Championship Silver
2022 Asian Championship Silver
Key Authorities Interventions:
Dan Kolov Nikola Petrov Worldwide Wrestling Competitors in Bulgaria – seventeenth to twentieth February 2022

● 1st Rating Sequence in Turkey – twenty fourth to twenty seventh February 2022
● Sr. Asian Championship in Mongolia – nineteenth March to twenty sixth March 2022
● 2nd Rating Sequence in Kazakhstan – 2nd June to sixth June 2022
● U-23 Asian Championship in Kyrgyzstan – nineteenth June to twenty sixth June 2022
● Coaching in Michigan College forward of the Commonwealth Video games facilitated by
TOPS from tenth July to 2nd August 2022.
● Monetary Help for Particular Coaching Camp in Bulgaria from fifth Feb to twenty third Feb

Gear Help: Procurement of Wrestling Mats and Gear for Sr. Nationwide Teaching Camp.

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