UWW U-23 World Championship: WFI announces 30-member squad

The Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) has announced a 30-member squad for the UWW Under-23 World Championships 2019, starting in Budapest, Hungary from October. As announced earlier by the WFI, the performance at the recently-held Tata Motors U23 National Championships at Shirdi has been considered for selecting the squad.

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India will be gunning to improve their performance in the last U-23 World Championships 2018, when they could muster only one medal in Bucharest, Romania. Ravi Kumar Dahiya had grabbed the silver medal in the 57kg category and went on to prove his mettle even in the Senior World Championships this year by claiming bronze and confirming the 57kg freestyle category berth at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, says a WFI Press release.

On the current form of the wrestlers, the WFI is expecting a better performance at the World Championships.

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WFI has also declared that preparatory camp for the U-23 World Championship will start from Monday for both girls and boys in Lucknow and Sonepat, respectively. The Indian squad will leave for Budapest on October 26.

The entire action from the UWW U-23 World Championships 2019 will be streamed live and exclusive on www.wrestlingtv.in, India’s one-stop destination for wrestling news.

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Team Camp:

Sonipat (Boys): Oct 12-24, 2019

Lucknow(Girls): Oct 12-24, 2019

Full Squad

          Freestyle Greco Roman Style Women Wrestling
57 Kg. Naveen 55 Kg. Arjun 50 Kg. Jyoti
61 Kg. Ravinder 60 Kg. Sachin Rana 53 Kg. Pooja Gahlot
65 Kg. Sharvan 63 Kg. Rajeet 55 Kg. Rani Rana
70 Kg. Naveen 67 Kg. Ravinder 57 Kg. Pinki
74 Kg. Gaurav Baliyan 72 Kg. Rahul 59 Kg. Pooja Yadav
79 Kg. Vir Dev Gulia 77 Kg. Sajan 62 Kg. Reshma Anil Mane
86 Kg. Sanjeet 82 Kg. Neeraj 65 Kg. Nisha
92 Kg. Viky 87 Kg. Sunil Kumar 68 Kg. Suman
97 Kg. Akash Antil 97 Kg. Ravi 72 Kg. Naina
125 Kg. Aryan Pratap 130 Kg. Deepak Poonia 76 Kg. Pooja
 

Coaches

Jagmander Singh  

Coaches

Hargobind Singh  

Coaches

Kuldeep Singh
Sujeet Maan Shashi Bhushan Prasad Pradeep Kumar Sharma
Suresh Kumar Vikram Sharma Manisha Samal
Referee Jagbir Singh Referee Virender Singh Malik Referee Dinesh Dhondiba Gund
Physio Brajesh Kumar Physio Vishal Kumar Rai Physio Dhirendra Pratap Singh
Acupressure-Therapist Rajvir Singh   Masseur Jagroshni

 

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