Born on 2nd November 1982, Yogeshwar Dutt is one of the finest freestyle wrestlers of India who have shown their skills in the sport at several national as well as international competitions. He also has contributed his vital participation to "Haryana Hammers", one of the six playing teams of PWL (Pro Wrestling League) of 2015.
A brief account of his achievements is given here:-
2014- Yogeshwar bagged gold medals through his exemplary performances at the Asian Games as well as Commonwealth Games in 65kg Freestyle category.
2012- He won against Russian wrestler B Kudukhov in 60kg category and secured a bronze medal whereas in the Asian Wrestling Championship; he won a gold medal by participating under the same category.
2010- Inspite of his severe knee injury, Yogeshwar played well in the Commonwealth Games and secured a gold medal in 60 kg freestyle category.
2006- Although he lost his father nine days before he boarded to participate at the Asian Games, yet he managed to secure a bronze medal for his nation.
Born on 2nd November 1981, Mitchell Guy Johnson is a prominent Australian left-arm pace bowler, best known for his speed and accuracy. He has given his significant contribution to the Australian team in 256 matches till date and also led the team successfully to win its fifth World Cup.
Here is a glimpse of Mitchell Johnson’s achievements:-
Recipient of "ICC Cricketer of the Year" award in 2009 and 2014
Johnson is the only Australian bowler to score most runs (26) in an over in a Test match.
In the history of Test cricket, he is the third amongst the left-arm fast bowlers to take the highest number of wickets.
He is the second Australian player to take more than300 wickets and to score more than2000 runs in the history of Test cricket
Johnson is the fourth Australian cricketer to take most international wickets (590) next to Shane Warne (1001), Glenn McGrath (949) and Brett Lee (718).