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2016.02.20

Kawai, Dosho Win; World Champ Tosaka Tripped Up at Asian C’ships


BANGKOK (February 18-20) – World medalists Risako KAWAI and Sara DOSHO won their second Asian championship titles at 63kg and 69kg, respectively, but world champion Eri TOSAKA was tripped up by rival SUN Yanan (CHN) in the 53kg semifinals.

 

Tosaka, who has won three world titles 2013-2015 at 48kg, came out on the short end of a late scramble and challenge as an apparent 4-3 lead in the closing seconds for Tosaka was flipped to a 5-4 victory for eventual champion Sun.

 

Tosaka, who won the 2014 Asian Games gold medal with a win over Sun, rebounded for a bronze medal, despite giving up the first takedown to Dauletbike YAKHSHIMURATOVA (UZB), securing a cross-ankle lock to roll up a 12-2 technical fall.

 

Kawai, 2015 world silver medalist, and bronze medal winner Dosho each posted three one-sided wins for their second Asian championship titles.

 

Two-time junior world champ Kawai opened with an 8-4 win over 2013 junior world bronze medal winner at 72kg XU Rui (CHN) and 2011 junior world champ Dosho rolled over Yarygin Grand Prix winner Elmira SYZDYKOVA (KAZ) by technical fall in the 69kg final.

 

Meanwhile, Ayaka ITO (60kg) and Rino ABE (75kg) earned silver medals for Japan, but it was not enough for the team title as China grabbed the team title, 65-58 over Japan, with three champions and four bronze medal winners.

 

Results of bouts involving Japanese wreslers:

 

Women’s Wrestling

48kg – TOSAKA, Eri (Bronze, 10 entries)

R1 – df. Ritu RITU (IND), 1-1=last point

R2 – df. KIM Hyon-Gyong (PRK), 6-4

SF – lost to SUN Yanan (CHN), 4-5

F3 – df. Dauletbike YAKHSHIMURATOVA (UZB) by TF, 12-2, 1:40

 

53kg – IRIE, Nanami (10th, 13 entries)

R1 – lost to PAK Yong-Mi (PRK) by TF, 1-12, 3:49

 

55kg – KADOYA, Momoka (5th, 9 entries)

R1 – df. Sevara ESHIMURATOVA (UZB) by TF, 10-0, 0:55

R2 – df. RONG Ningning (CHN) by TF, 10-0, 0:41

SF – lost to Otgontsetseg DAVAASUKH (MGL), 5-6

F3 – lost to UM Ji-Eun (KOR), 2-4

 

58kg – HIGUCHI, Mikako (5th, 11 entries)

R1 – bye

R2 – df. PHAM Thi Loan (VIE) by TF, 14-3, 6:00

SF – lost to Aiym ABDILDINA (KAZ) by Fall, 0:38 (2-0)

F3 – lost to ZHOU Zhangting (CHN) by TF, 1-12, 2:47

 

60kg – ITO, Ayaka (Silver, 8 entries)

R1 – df. DAO Thi Huong (VIE) by TF, 11-0, 3:16

SF – df. Oyuntuya OTGONBAT (MGL) by Fall, 4:59 (10-2)

F1 – lost to HAN Yingyan (CHN), 4-6

 

63kg – KAWAI, Risako (Gold, 10 entries)

R1 – bye

R2 – df. XU Rui (CHN), 8-4

SF – df. SEO Hee-Jeong (KOR) by TF, 10-0, 0:58

F1 – df. RIM Jong-Sim (PRK) by fall, 2:46 (6-0)

 

69kg – DOSHO, Sara (Gold, 8 entries)

R1 – df. PARK Chae-Rin (KOR) by TF, 10-0, 1:58

SF – df. Bolortungalag ZORIGT (MGL), 13-4

F1 – df. Elmira SYZDYKOVA (KAZ) by TF, 11-1, 4:57

 

75kg – ABE, Rino (Silver, 8 entries)

R1 – df. Qiandegenchagan Qiandegenchagan (CHN), 8-6

SF – df. Kiran KIRAN (IND), 3-1

F1 – lost to Burmaa OCHIRBAT (MGL), 0-2

 

Team Scores (Top Six)

1. China            65 points (3 gold medals, 0 silver, 4 bronze)

2. Japan            58 (2-2-1)

3. Kazakhstan   53 (0-3-2)

4. India              53 (0-1-2)

5. Mongolia       47 (2-0-3)

6. Korea            43 (0-0-2)

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