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YADAV Narsingh Pancham Name YADAV Narsingh Pancham
NOC IND - India India Date of Birth 06 AUG 1989
Residence Gender Male
Height - cm Weight 74 kg
Discipline Wrestling

Wrestling

BiographiesResult
Start Date Start Time Event Results
Win/Lose Result Code Class. Pts Tech. Pts Opponent
29 SEP 2014 19:20 Men's Freestyle 74 kg Bronze Win PP 3 : 1 10 : 7 JPN - Japan JPN SHIMADA Daisuke
29 SEP 2014 Followed by Men's Freestyle 74 kg Repechage Win SP 4 : 1 11 : 1 TKM - Turkmenistan TKM KAMBAROV Ramazan
29 SEP 2014 Followed by Men's Freestyle 74 kg 1/8 Final Lose PP 1 : 3 2 : 3 UZB - Uzbekistan UZB KURBANOV Rashid
Legend
Class. PtClassification PointsE2In both wrestlers have been disqual. Due to infringement of the rules
EVDisqualification from the whole competition due to infringement of the rules
EX3 cautions "0" due to error against the rules (For all the bout)PODecisoin by points - The loser without technical points
PPDecisoin by points - The loser with technical points
SPVictory by Technical Superiority with the loser scoring technical points
STGreat Superiority - A difference of 10 points - The loser without points
Tech. PtsTechnical PointsVAVictory by Withdrawal
VBVictory by InjuryVFVictory by Forfeit
VTVictory by Fall

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocation
Asian Games
7Freestyle 74kg2010Guangzhou, CHN
8Freestyle 74kg2006Doha, QAT
Olympic Games
13Freestyle 74kg2012London, GBR
World Championships
5Freestyle 74kg2013Budapest, HUN
18Freestyle 74kg2010St. Petersburg, RUS
25Freestyle 74kg2011Istanbul, TUR
Asian Championships
1Freestyle 74kg2010New Delhi, IND

Detailed Information

Biography
Coach Vinod Kumar [national] (IND) (dnaindia.com, 06 Aug 2014)
Sporting / famous Relatives His brother Vinod Yadav has represented India in wrestling. (mittalchampionstrust.com, 07 Jun 2012)
Injuries A knee injury affected his performance at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. (bhaskar.com, 05 Jul 2014)<BR/><BR/>He had an operation on his right knee in 2010. (topnews.in, 10 Oct 2010)
Additional Information Start of sporting career
He began wrestling at age eight. (timesofindia.indiatimes.com, 10 May 2012)

Reason for taking up this sport
His father and older brother were both wrestlers and introduced him to the sport. (mittalchampionstrust.com, 07 Jun 2012)

Ambitions
To win a medal at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. (sakaaltimes.com, 04 Dec 2013)

Most influential person in career
His father and brother. (topnews.in, 10 Oct 2010)

Awards
He was presented with the Arjuna Award in 2012. (newswala.com, 29 Aug 2012)

General
DISQUALIFICATION
In 2014 he was disqualified from an exam to become a police officer. The written test was at the end of a two-year training period, after which Yadav hoped to become a Grade I officer. The disqualification came after he was caught asking other candidates for help. "I am not very highly educated. I did not think the written exam was a big deal. I did not know the answer for a few questions and was asking for the answers. As a sportsman, I have always focused on sports. I realise my mistake and hope it is not made into a big issue." (mumbaimirror.com, 03 Jul 2014; dnaindia.com, 03 Jul 2014)

NATIONAL FIRST
In 2013 he became the first wrestler to win the Maharashtra Kesari tournament in India three years in a row. (sakaaltimes.com, 04 Dec 2013)

LATE ENTRY
He won gold in the 74kg at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India, after being selected as a late replacement for teammate Sumit Kumar. Kumar had been forced to withdraw after testing positive for a banned substance. (topnews.in, 10 Oct 2010; espnstar.com, 02 Sep 2010)