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The Times of India, May 9, 2015
World No. 2 Amit Dahiya's journey from Nahri village near Sonipat to a wrestling silver in the World Championship in Budapest has pegged him as India's best bet for the Rio Olympics. His gold-winning performance in the Glasgow Commonwealth Games has only cemented that belief. At 19, Amit was the youngest wrestler to represent India at the London Olympics. A milkman's son, Amit has made his presence felt in every international tournament he has participated in.