Grappler Bajrang Punia "Saddened" To Miss Out On Gold Medal, Says This
Grappler Bajrang Punia

Tokyo Olympics: Wrestler Bajrang Punia might have won a bronze medal in the Tokyo Games but the Indian wrestler is "saddened" and wants to focus on bringing gold in Paris 2024. Bajrang won a bronze medal in the men's freestyle 65kg category after defeating Kazakhstan's Daulet Niyazbekov on Saturday. He defeated Niyazbekov 8-0 in the bronze medal match. "I want to thank everyone for their prayer, love, and support as I could win a medal in Olympics. I also want to thank the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) and supporting staff," Bajrang Punia said.

"I'm disappointed that I couldn't win the gold medal but I'll try to win it in Paris Olympics in 2024," he added. In the match between Punia and Niyazbekov, the former went on to take a 2-0 lead in the first period and all the pressure was on the opponent heading into the last three minutes. In the final three minutes, Bajrang managed to hold his own and he kept his opponent at bay walking away with a bronze medal.

Soon after, Indian javelin athlete, Neeraj Chopra, who became the country's first track and field athlete to win a gold medal. Javelin thrower Chopra secured India's second individual gold in Olympic history with a sensational performance.

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