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The golden moment: Bajrang Punia wins gold in Men’s 65kg Freestyle Wrestling, India get the first gold in Asiad 2018


Bajrang Punia lived up to the expectation by winning gold in the Men’s 65kg Freestyle Wrestling at Asian Games 2018 in Jakarta. Playing in reds, Bajrang lifted the spirits of all Indians by defeating Takatani Daichi of Japan by 10-8.

The Haryana boy wrestled Takatani uut of gold medal contention amidst of all the cheers in the JCC Assembly Hall. The Indian Wrestling contingent carried him on the shoulders as he handed India the first gold medal in Asian Games 2018.

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