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India’s World Qualifiers participation is in jeopardy after a 10-member Indian contingent, which included women wrestlers Seema (50kg), Nisha (68kg), and Pooja (76kg) and men’s freestyle wrestlers Amit Dhankar (74kg), Satyawart Kadian (97kg) and Sumit Malik (125kg) was stopped due to travel ban. The event scheduled from May 6-9 is the final Olympic qualification wrestling tournament. However, after the Netherlands government imposed a travel ban on Indian nationals flying in the wake of the worsening Covid-19 condition, the airline’s authority denied permission to the wrestlers.
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“Finding tickets is so tough in the current situation. We had booked tickets early this time but then yesterday night KLM called us to inform the wrestlers won’t be allowed to travel to Amsterdam,” a Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) official told
Besides the freestyle and women’s team, Greco Roman wrestlers Deepanshu (97kg) and men’s freestyle coach Jagminder Singh were part of the contingent. Don’t Miss : How to Watch olympics live anywhere
India confirmed six quotas for the tokyo games which begin from the 23rd July. The most recent was at the Asian Qualifiers, where Anshu and Sonam bagged qualification in 57kg and 62kg women wrestling respectively. “It is good that two more wrestlers qualified, especially two girls. Now, I am not the only one in the women’s team who would be going to Tokyo,” an elated Vinesh Phogat had told InsideSport.
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