Jitender Kumar wins trials for Asian Championship, chance to shut doors on Sushil Kumar's Olympic dreams

Sushil experienced conquered Jitender at a bitterly-fought trials bout to get the World Championships at September 20-19.
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Competing at the very aggressive type of this daytime, Jitender awakens 52 at the closing towards Amit Dhankar.





Even the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) experienced announced declared that champion of this Friday's trials will probably contend in the Position series occasion in Italy (January 15 18 ), Asian philosopher in New Delhi (February 18-23) along with also the Asian Olympic qualifiers at Xian (March 2729 ) however its President Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh mentioned they are able to take trials beforehand of this Xian celebration.
"In case we're delighted with operation of the wrestlers at Olympic types, at which we now have never obtained the quotawe shall perhaps not possess samples.  In terms of Sushil,'' nobody is going to likely be authorized to select Olympic qualifiers, with no to contend in trials," he included.
Much-improved Jitender Kumar on Friday triumphed within a powerful 74kg demo to meet the requirements to its season-opener from Italy along with also the Asian Championship here-but today has to acquire a trophy to close outside renowned Sushil Kumar's shot in the Olympic eligibility.
 Sumit Malik (125kg) and also Satyawart Kadian (97kg) additionally secured their positions together with smart successes over their competitions.


"When people detect performances of the wrestlers isn't gratifying in the initial 2 eventswe might get fresh evaluations to choose wrestlers to your Asian Olympic qualifier.  You wish to ship our very best wrestler, to ensure India could have utmost multitude of quotas such as Olympics,''" Sharan instructed PTI.
This usually means that should Jitender needs to generate an attempt in the Tokyo Olympic eligibility, then he might need to impress the w fi together with medal-winning performances in Rome along with New Delhi.

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