Yogeshwar became the second Indian wrestler after Narsingh Yadav to book a berth for the Rio Games, to be held later this year. The 33-year-old qualified for Olympics by virtue of reaching the final. The top two finishers in each weight category here are assured of a Rio berth.
The London Olympics bronze-medallist will today clash with Adam Batirov for a gold medal finish. En route the final, Yogeshwar put up a dominating show, winning all his three bouts.
Having defeated Kim Ju-song of North Korea in qualification round 8-1, he got the better of Xuan Dinh Nguyen of Vietnam by fall verdict 12-2 in quarters and then followed it up by beating Lee Seung-Chul of Korea 7-2 in his semifinal bout.

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