India’s ace wrestler Bajrang Punia says competition time lost due to the coronavirus pandemic has made it more challenging for those who are yet to qualify for the postponed Tokyo Olympics. Bajrang said grapplers like him, who have already sealed their tickets for the Olympics, have a clear goal and mind-set prepare for the pinnacle of the sport in the best possible manner. Bajrang, one of world’s top wrestlers in the 65kg, recently started training at Inspire Institute of Sports (IIS) where his Georgian coach Shako Bentinidis has also joined him.

“I have a clear goal that I have to do well at the Olympics. It’s more challenging for those who have not yet qualified. I can’t say if my performance has gone down or not because there is no competition…

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