U20 world champ Antim Panghal targets Asian Games glory

On August 20th, in New Delhi.
Antim Panghal, a young wrestler, wants to show his skills in the Asian Games and World Championships after challenging the experienced Vinesh Phogat in the trials.
Panghal, a wrestler in the 53kg category, expressed his disagreement with Vinesh’s direct entry into the Asian Games squad. This entry was given to Vinesh by the ad hoc committee, which is currently in charge of the Wrestling Federation of India on behalf of the Indian Olympic Association.
But, Vinesh had to pull out of the Asian Games a few days ago because she hurt her knee. She had surgery in Mumbai to fix it. This allowed Panghal to join the team going to Hangzhou.
Panghal said today that he was very happy when he found out he would be competing in the Asian Games. He just came back from a great performance at the U-20 World Championships in Amman, Jordan.
I’m extremely happy about this chance. Now, I will start getting ready for the Asian Games and the Seniors World Championship trials.
A 19-year-old person made history by being the first Indian woman wrestler to win two U20 world titles in a row.
Savita, who won first place in the 62kg category, is now focused on competing in the Paris Olympics next year. I am extremely joyful, the trip was fantastic. I want to go to the Olympics next. “Next year, I will begin participating in the senior level,” she said.

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