Mirabai Chanu created history a day back in Tokyo and now in Hungary, this young wrestler has made the country proud.
Priya Malik won gold medal
India has achieved great success in the World Cadet Championship. India’s female player Priya Malik has won the women’s 75 kg weight category gold medal in this championship being held in Hungary. Priya won the gold medal in the World Cadet Wrestling Championship by defeating the Belarus wrestler 5-0. Priya has won gold medal in Khelo India in Pune in 2019, gold medal in 17th School Games in Delhi in 2019 and gold medal in National Cadet Championship in Patna in 2020. Priya Malik won gold in the National School Games held in the year 2020.
Mirbai Chanu had won a silver medal for the country in the Tokyo Olympics-2020 on Saturday itself and created history. The success of Priya Malik has also given the country a chance to be proud. On this success of Priya, there is an influx of people congratulating her on Twitter. Priya Chaudhary is a player of Bharat Singh Memorial Sports School Nidani
Sandeep Singh congratulated
On that achievement of Priya, Haryana Sports Minister Sandeep Singh has congratulated her. He wrote, “Congratulations to the daughter of female wrestler Priya Malik, Haryana on winning the gold medal in the World Cadet Wrestling Championship held in Budapest, Hungary.”
congratulations to the wrestler daughter Priya Malik of Haryana for winning the gold medal in the 73 kg category of the World Cadet Wrestling Championship in Budapest, Hungary. pic.twitter.com/cGVTvmfTUF
— Sandeep Singh (@flickersingh) July 25, 2021
Tanu also got success
Another young wrestler from India, Tanu has also become the world champion. Tanu won the title in 43 kg weight category without losing a single point in her match. She defeated Valeria Mikisich of Belarus in the final. Varsha won the bronze medal in the 65 kg weight category.
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