Yogeshwar Dutt is an Indian wrestler who was born on 2nd Nov, 1982 in Haryana and achieve the bronze reward in summer Olympics in the Men's 60 kg Freestyle wrestling in 20212. He achieved the Padma Shri by the Govt. of India as a wrestler from Haryana and also achieved the gold reward in the Commonwealth Games at Glasgow in 2014. He started wrestling from a young age of 8 and his inspiration was Balraj Pehlwan who was from his village and he was coached under the guidance of Ralph and also achieved the gold reward in Commonwealth Games in 2003. At the Athens Olympics, he took part in the Men's freestyle 55kg and stood 18th. He had lost his father on 3rd August, 2006, just nine days before he received the flight to Doha for the Asian Olympics. Yogeshwar Dutt also sustained a knee accident, but despite each and every physical and emotional trauma, he managed to achieve the bronze in the 60 kg division in the 15th Asian Olympics, in Doha. In 2008, he participated in Olympics for the second time and represented India in 60 kg Freestyle Wrestling in Beijing Olympics and he also earned his berth for the Olympics by winning gold reward at the 2008 championship, in South Korea. Yogeshwar was also awarded the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award and has taken Indian Wrestling to the top with his skills and abilities. He is always preparing plans and the thing he can least tolerate is inactivity and he have much self-will, and the dedication of independence is corporately planted in Yogeshwar’s recent the disturbance of others, and freedom is a quality of his prize very greatly. He thinks out of things which are genuine in character and may take expand diverse forms and might invent several ingenious contrivances and evolve in the latest way. After the London Olympics Games, Yogeshwar Dutt was suffering from 5 injuries and has had treatments on both knees that kept him out of action for huge part of last 3 decades and has announced that this will be his last Olympic Games.