Priya Malik wins a gold medal at the World Cadet Wrestling Championship held in Budapest,2021.
Priya Malik lately brought laurels to the country by making India proud of her achievement of earning the gold medal at the World Cadet Wrestling Championship organized in Budapest, Hungary. Her accomplishments were hailed and addressed in the whole country. It is claimed that Priya Malik has won against Kseniya Patapovich 5-0 in the last assault and paved her way to grab the gold medal. Priya has won a gold medal in the Women’s 73 Kg category.
Who is Priya Malik?
Priya Malik belongs to Jind in Haryana and is pursuing her schooling at Choudhary Bharat Singh Memorial School. Her father Jayabhagwan Nidani is an Indian army veteran. Priya Malik’s gold medal victory in Budapest is no ordinary accomplishment as she has been hitting gold medals regularly. Back then, Priya Malik has earned a gold medal in Khelo India held in the 2019 edition. In the same year, in 2019 itself, she won another gold medal in the 17th School Games that took place in Delhi. She is a ‘gold digger’ and out of all these winning, she had also placed her victory in the subsequent year, 2020. In 2020 she had won more two gold medals.
Her following two gold medal victories arrived from the National Cadet Championship held in Patna and from the National School Games respectively.
Priya Malik has a productive prospect and it is expected that she might be participating and earning a gold medal for the country in the following Olympics edition that will be hosted in Paris in 2024.
Well, the country is proud of its daughters who are excelling in every tournament. After Mirabai Chanu earned the Silver medal at the Tokyo Olympics this Saturday, Priya Malik increased the hopes and standards for Indians this Sunday by earning a gold medal. Indian grappler Priya Malik grabbed gold at the World Cadet Championships this Sunday in Budapest, Hungary.
Why is Priya Malik being associated with Tokyo Olympics?
According to the sources, Priya malik has won gold at the world cadet wrestling championship and not at Tokyo Olympics.
The Indian wrestler’s triumph was misinterpreted by numerous social media stoners as a wrestling gold medal at Tokyo Olympics.
Social media handles are flooded with reconstructed or messages claiming that Priya Malik has won her gold medal at Tokyo Olympics, Japan. Several significant users comprising cricket announcer, Reema Malhotra, FMCG company Parle-G, politician Alka Lamba, RJ Sayema, and model-turned-athlete Milind Soman applauded Priya Malik on her Olympic gold. Politicians like Tejaswi Surya and writer Shobhaa De had also mentioned their congratulation messages on Twitter to her but later it was taken down.
What is the truth?
In a tweet by the Department of Sports, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, India, complimented Priya Malik on becoming the world champion and grabbing the gold medal for India. Also, in a report by The Indian Express which encompassed the photo of Malik being hoisted after her win. A tweet by United World Wrestling also verifies that she gained a victory, the gold medal at the World Cadet Wrestling Championship in Budapest, Hungary.