Asian Games 2018: Phogat's performance will inspire others, says PM Modi
Phogat won gold in the 50-kg category at the 18th edition of the tournament, held in Indonesia
Vinesh Phogat | Narendra Modi | Woman Wrestler
Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated Vinesh Phogat, who created history today by becoming the first Indian woman wrestler to win a gold medal at the Asian Games.
"India rejoices in the victory of @Phogat_Vinesh," Modi tweeted. The prime minister added that Phogat's repeated success would inspire upcoming athletes.
Phogat won gold in the 50-kg category at the 18th edition of the tournament, held in Indonesia.
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First Published: Tue, August 21 2018. 06:44 IST