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Two Indiana women win silver medals


(L-R) Second placed USA's Sarah Ann Hildebrandt, first placed Japan's Remina Yoshimoto, third placed Russia's Nadezhda Sokolova and third placed Mongolia's Otgonjargal Dolgorjav pose on the podium after winning the women's 50 kg category of the 2021 Wrestling World Championships in Oslo, Norway, on October 6, 2021.

Two Indiana women have come away from freestyle wrestling’s World Championships at Oslo, Norway, with silver medals.

Remina Yoshimoto of Japan came from behind to defeat Sarah Hildebrandt 5-3 Wednesday night, taking the gold medal at 50 kilograms (110 pounds).

Hildebrandt, 27, of Granger, had won a bronze medal eight weeks ago at the Tokyo Olympics. She lost her semifinal bout there in the closing three seconds. She also won a world silver medal in 2018.

US' Sarah Ann Hildebrandt (left) and Russia's Nadezhda Sokolova fight in the 50kg class semifinals of the 2021 World Freestyle Wrestling Championships in Oslo, Norwegen, on October 5, 2021. - Norway OUT (Photo by Berit Roald / NTB / AFP) / Norway OUT (Photo by BERIT ROALD/NTB/AFP via Getty Images)

To reach the gold-medal match, Hildebrandt beat wrestlers from Ukraine, Germany and Russia by a collective 32-1, all by technical fall.

At 62 kilograms (137 pounds), Aisuluu Tynybekova of Kyrgyzstan beat Kayla Miracle 7-0 Tuesday. Tynybekova is the 2019 world champion and 2021 Olympic silver medalist.

Miracle, 25, of Culver, was upset at Tokyo in a quarterfinal. She has now won world medals on the cadet, junior, under-23 and senior levels.

She defeated wrestlers from Mongolia, Russia and Brazil 29-6 to reach the gold-medal match.

Contact IndyStar reporter David Woods at david.woods@indystar.com. Follow him on Twitter: @DavidWoods007.



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