Tokyo Olympic bronze medalist wrestler Vajrampnia began training Wednesday after recovering from a knee injury, but this year’s senior national said he was unable to better prepare for 2022.
Indian bronze medalist Bajrang Punia poses at the medal award ceremony (Image courtesy of Reuters)
- Fit Again-Vajran starts training again, but decides to skip Senior National
- Vajran had torn ligaments for the Olympics
- Vajran won the 65kg class freestyle bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics
Tokyo Olympic bronze medalist wrestler Vajramnia started training after recovering from a knee injury, but decided to skip the senior national for 2022.
The 27-year-old Indian, whose ligaments were torn for the Olympics, was able to win a 65kg-class freestyle bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics.
He was unable to compete in this month’s World Championships after being advised to rehabilitate for six weeks.
“My knees are fine. I started training two days ago. I feel good, but I’m not attending the event this year. I’ll skip the Nationals this year to stay fresh next year,” said Vajran. Said. As PTI says.
However, Vajran refused to reveal plans for next year.
“It’s too early to say anything. I’m certainly not playing a competitive tournament this year, but I haven’t decided on a plan for next year yet.”
Senior Wrestling Nationals will take place November 19-21 in Gonda, Uttar Pradesh.
Vajran is eager to reunite with Georgia’s private coach Shako Ventinidis, but said the final call rested with the Indian Wrestling Federation.
“I have no problem with WFI’s decision. But I obviously want to continue working with Shako. But WFI has to answer the phone. I agree with whatever WFI suggests. I will, “he said.
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Tokyo Olympic bronze medalist wrestler Vajramnia starts training after injury and skips senior nationals
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