Indian wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt , bronze medallist from London 2012, will be hoping he breaks that trend and delivers another medal to give Indians something to cheer about on Sunday, the last day of the Games. On the final day of Rio Olympics, Indian wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt has a shot at fetching India one last medal at the Games.
Representing India in his fourth and most probably final Olympics, Yogeshwar is widely regarded a strong gold medal contender in the men’s 65kg freestyle event on Sunday. India have already clinched a bronze and silver medal through wrestler Sakshi Malik and shuttler PV Sindhu, and Yogeshwar stands a good chance of bagging India its first gold since Abhinav Bindra in 2008.
Yogeshwar, qualified for Rio Olympics from Asian Olympic Qualifiers held in Astana in February 2016. is India’s last representative at the prestigious event.
Yogeshwar will be in for a challenging task when he faces world champion Frank Chamizo of Italy and Russia’s Soslan Ramonov on Sunday.
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