Reigning Asian champion Navjot Kaur was rewarded for her recent gold medal effort as she became world No 2 in the women's 65 kg category during the latest rankings released by the United World Wrestling.
Navjot became the first Indian woman to win a gold medal at the recent Asian Championship in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. This is Navjot's career-best ranking.
In the 59kg category, Sangeeta Phogat with 18 points is ranked fifth in the world.
Olympic champion Sakshi Malik is currently world No 4 with 18 points in the 62 kg category.
In the men's freestyle section, only two grapplers are in the top-10 list.
Sharvan is world No 8 in the 61 kg while Bajrang Punia is world No 4 with 22 points in the 65 kg category.
In the Greco-Roman category, Rajender Kumar is world No 4 in the 55kg, Vikram Kurade is world No 8 (63 kg), Manish (world No 8, 67 kg), Kuldeep Malik (world no 5, 72 kg), Harpreet Singh (world No 4, 82 kg) and Naveen (8th, 130 kg).
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