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Wrestler Seema Bisla on monitor for Tokyo after reaching the semi-finals of the World Olympic Qualifying; Nisha, ousted Pooja

Competing within the 50kg class, Seema misplaced simply two factors en path to the semi-finals, the place she’s going to face Poland’s Anna Lukasiak for a spot on the Tokyo Video games.

India’s Nisha in motion towards Bulgarian wrestler Mimi Hristova within the wrestling world Olympic qualifying quarter-final in Sofia. Picture Credit score: United World Wrestling

Sofia: Indian wrestler Seema Bisla stored herself in line for Tokyo Video games qualification by reaching the semi-finals of the World Olympic Qualifying, however Nisha and Pooja have been ousted from competitors in Sofia on Friday.

Competing within the 50kg class, Seema misplaced simply two factors en path to the semi-finals, the place she’s going to face Poland’s Anna Lukasiak for a spot on the Tokyo Video games.

Seema, who received a bronze medal on the current Asian Championship in Almaty, was stable in his protection towards Belarusian Anastasiya Yanotava and scored 4 factors in every interval to win 8-0.

The Indian was extra dominant towards Sweden’s Emma Jonna Denise Malmgren, who she pinned with 43 seconds left to win the struggle.

Seema used her energy higher and remained aggressive. She was main 10-2 when she discovered a technique to pin her rival.

Nisha (68 kg), nonetheless, discovered the immensely highly effective Bulgarian Mimi Hristova in her quarter-final, which she misplaced by technical superiority. The Bulgarian pulled off a panoramic four-point throw, after which Nisha could not discover a technique to break by her rival’s protection.

Nisha received her first struggle within the fall towards Poland’s Natalia Iwona Strzalka.

In the meantime, Pooja, the third Indian within the competitors, collapsed within the first 76kg struggle, dropping 3-4 to Lithuanian Kamile Gaucaite.

Three Indian wrestlers have to date certified for the Tokyo Olympics – Vinesh Phogat (53 kg), Anshu Malik (57 kg) and Sonam Malik (62 kg).

Males’s freestyle wrestler Sumit Malik certified in 125kg on Thursday and can struggle for gold later in the present day towards Russia’s Sergei Kozyrev, the 2018 Youth Olympic champion.

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