About Yogeswar Dutt

   

Yogeshwar Dutt born November 2, 1982 is an Indian wrestler. He won the bronze medal in the 2012 Summer time Olympic games within the Men’s 60kg Freestyle wrestling. He was honored the Padma Shri through the Government Asia in 2013.

Indian wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt won a bronze medal within the men’s 60 kg freestyle category in the third Olympic appearance at London.

Began wrestling at age 8, this Bhainswal Kalan, Sonipat, Haryana born wrestler taken part within the 2004 Athens Olympic games and also the 2008 Beijing Olympic games too.

Dutt arrived to the limelight in 1999 as he won gold at World Championship.

Dutt first won a gold medal in the 2003 Commonwealth Titles and repeated the task in the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi.

Dutt who competes within the 60 kg freestyle category transformed an personal adversity to win gold within the 2006 Doha Games when his father died just before the bout. However the dynamic Yogeshwar Dutt transformed the emotional turmoil to prevail.

Dutt lists Balraj Pehlwan, the most acclaimed Indian wrestler as his inspiration and idol within the discipline of wrestling.

Throughout the 2008 Beijing Games, he managed to get towards the quarters where he lost to Kenichi Yumoto of Japan 3-6.

He qualified for that London Games by winning a silver medal in an Asian qualification tournament in Kazakhstan where he lost to Iranian Mahmoud Masoud Esmaeilpour Jouybari within the final.

Working In London, Dutt defeated Jong Myong Ri of DPR Korea for that bronze medal after he’d won two repechage models. After losing his second round match to Besik Kudukhov of Russia Dutt won two repechage models and so the bronze medal match.

Yogeshwar Dutt won against Masoud Esmaeilpoorjouybari of Iran 3-one in the 2nd repechage round to reserve a location within the bronze medal match.

Yogeshwar Dutt won his first bout against Franklin Gomez Matos of Puerto Rico 3-0.