Inam eyes medal as CWG wrestling contests begin today

Inam eyes medal as CWG wrestling contests begin today

Pakistan’s premier wrestler Mohammad Inam

BIRMINGHAM: Pakistan, who won gold in weightlifting and bronze in judo, is poised for more medals as their national wrestlers begin their journey to the Commonwealth Games here at Coventry Arena on Friday (today). is expected.

One of the country’s leading wrestlers defending his champion Mohammad Inam (86kg), Youth Olympiad bronze medalist Inaya Tollah (65kg) and heavyweight grappler Zaman Anwar (125kg) could take place Friday (today) Fight for medals in the toughest matches.

Indian and Canadian Fields There are good wrestlers in his pack, but there is also a guy in Pakistan with killer instincts who can do anything on any given day. However, it also depends on the lottery. Pakistan could face problems if the mighty India, Pakistan and Canada were organized into a group.

The draw is scheduled for Thursday at 9:00 PM PST and the weigh-in will take place on Friday (today) at 11:00 AM PST.

National Wrestlers were scheduled to practice Thursday at 11:00 PM PST.

Rookie Ali Asad (57kg), Mohammad Shariftahir (74kg) and his 2018 Gold His Coast his Commonwealth Games bronze medalist Taya Braza will medal Saturday (tomorrow) in the two-day event fight for
Indian silver medalist he is three-time Asian champion Ravi Kumar Dahiya (57kg), 2019 Nursultan World Championship silver medalist, 2019 World Junior Championship gold medalist Deepak Punia (86kg), Olympic bronze medalist Bajrangnia is also in strong India.

In fact, at these weights Pakistani wrestlers have to perform very well. Your coach, Ghulam Fareed, is confident in Pakistan’s chances.

“InshaAllah, we expect better things from our sons,” Fareed told The News on Thursday.

“Our wrestlers are ready to take on the challenge. We have had some good training here over the last few days, but the weather is ideal and has helped the grapplers to have a very good workout. “We came all the way here while training in the heat of Pakistan. Being here a few days before the game was a plus.

I wish you the best.

Wrestling was Pakistan’s most promising medal sport at the Commonwealth Games. Since the 1954 Vancouver Commonwealth Games, Pakistan has won 17 gold, 10 silver and 9 bronze medals in her single event in her four years. Pakistan’s most impressive wrestling event was the 1962 Perth Commonwealth Games where grapplers across the country won his seven golds and he one silver.

Current six packs mostly train at home. They wanted to go to Iran for training, but it didn’t happen. On top of all these issues, Pakistan Wrestling Federation (PWF) officials are also expecting medals for all six boys.

“InshaAllah deserves all six medals,” PWF Vice President Arshad Satar told The News. Arshad is the Administrative Director of the Pakistan Olympic Association (POA) here in Birmingham, but he also takes great care of his brigade.

“Yes, the Indians are tough, but his three, Inam, Inayat and Shariftahir, will cause trouble for the Indians,” Arshad hoped. “At super-heavyweight, Canada is the best, even in India, it will depend on Thailand,” he said. After winning gold on the Gold Coast in 2018, Inam is keen to defend his title.

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