Bihar wrestler wins gold medal in national, got place in team India for world championship

People welcome to Bihar wrestler Gaurav Kumar

On returning to Gujarat from Gujarat, Gaurav Pahalwan was strongly welcomed by the people of the area. Gaurav will now represent India in the Fourth World Silent-Deaf Wrestling Championship to be held in Turkey from May 30 to June 5.

Patna. Gaurav Kumar (Wrestler Gaurav Kumar), a silent deaf wrestler from the flood-prone Pandarak block adjacent to Patna, won the Gold Medal at the National Silent-Deaf Sports Council -2020-21, organized by the All India Silent-Deaf Sports Council, New Delhi. The entire Bihar state has been made proud. On 21 February, Gaurav made his place in the national team after being successful in hosting the Gujarat Mute-Deaf Sports Council at the Nadiad District Sports Training Center in Kheda district of Gujarat.

Gaurav not only won the gold medal after defeating Haryana wrestler Virendra Singh in the fifty kilogram weight category, but also had the rare distinction of representing India in the Fourth World Silent-Deaf Wrestling Championship to be held in Turkey from May 30 to June 5. Have done

The Sports, Culture and Youth Department of the Government of Bihar will also confer Sports Honor-2021 on February 28, for achieving specific achievement in the national category wrestling competition. On returning to his home village Pandarak from Gujarat on Wednesday, the villagers loaded Gaurav with flower garlands and took out a grand victory procession in his honor.

This procession started from Punarakh station, via Station Road, Main Road and Durga Sthan Gali, before reaching Pandarak Sun Temple. After the puja-archana there, the procession came to an end after reaching Kalisthan via middle lane. On this occasion, teacher and litterateur Amit Kumar, NIS. Hundreds of people were present, including coach Rakesh Kumar, teacher Parasmani Tiwari, retired police under-inspector Birju Singh, wrestling coach Ramanuj Bhatt, Awadh wrestler, hero wrestler, skill wrestler, Kunal wrestler.


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