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Results of Wrestling of Bangladesh Youth Games

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Nasir Mia of Mymensingh Division bagged gold medal in the 42kg weight category of the Boys' Division of the Wrestling Competition at the Sheikh Russel Roller Skating Complex on Tuesday.
In the Boys' Division, Sajib Haldar of Khulna Division won gold medal in the 46 kg weight category, Delwar Hossain of Rajshahi Division earned gold medal in the 50 kg weight category, Ripon Khan of Khulna Division bagged gold medal in the 54 kg weight category, Jayanta Roy of Rangpur Division collected gold medal in 58 kg weight category, Naeem Shaikh of Khulna Division clinched gold medal in the 63 kg weight category, Ashiqur Rahman of Khulna Division bagged gold medal in the 69 kg weigh category.
In the Girls' Division, Faria Akter of Rangpur Division bagged gold medal in the 38 kg weight category, Sheuli Akter of Rajshahi Division earned gold medal in the in the 40 kg weight category, Siblika Talukder of Chittagong Division bagged gold medal in the 43 kg weight category, Masinu Marma of Chittagong Division clinched gold medal in the 46 kg weight category, Saipru Marma of Chittagong Division won gold medal in the 49 kg weight category, Sarnika Talukder of Chittagong Division bagged gold medal in the 52 kg weight category, Rashida Khatun of Rajshahi Division clinched gold medal in the 56 kg weight category.
After the ending of the Wrestling Competition, Secretary General of Bangladesh Olympic Association (BOA) Syed Shahed Reza distributed the prizes among the winners as the chief guest.
Deputy-Secretary General of BOA Ashiqur Rahman Miku and General Secretary of Bangladesh Handball Federation Asaduzzaman Kohinoor were present at the time, among others.

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