Ochirbatyn Burmaa, left, qualified for the Olympics for the third as Mongolia enjoyed a strong day ©Getty Images

Mongolia claimed Olympic spots in four of the six women's freestyle wrestling weight categories on day two of the Asian Olympic qualification tournament in Almaty in Kazakhstan.

The first came in the 50-kilogram category after Tsogt-Ochiryn Namuuntsetseg finished second in a round-robin contest that featured five athletes.

With the top two advancing to the Games, Namuuntsetseg's wins against South Korea's Cheon Mi-ran, India's Seema Bisla and Asian bronze medallist Dauletbike Yakhshimuratova of Uzbekistan were enough to secure qualification, despite a loss to Japan's Yui Susaki.

Two-time world champion Susaki finished the group undefeated, meaning she also secured a spot at Tokyo 2020.

Mongolia won a second berth thanks to Bat-Ochir Bolortuya in the under-53kg after she defeated Meng Hsuan Hsieh of Chinese Taipei 2-0 in the semi-final.

Bolortuya won the final via walkover, with her opponent due to be two-time Asian champion Tatyana Amanzhol of Kazakhstan, who confirmed an Olympic spot with an 11-1 win over South Korea's Kim Hyung-joo.

Khongorzul Boldsaikhan made it a third Mongolian berth in succession in the women's under-57kg with a 10-0 victory over South Korea's Um Ji-eun in the semi-final and was joined in qualification by Asian junior champion Anshu Malik of India, who defeated Shokhida Akhmedova of Uzbekistan 12-2.

With both qualified for the Games, Boldsaikhan won bragging rights in the final, winning 7-4.

Mongolia's final berth came in the women's under-76kg, after 2016 Asian champion Ochirbatyn Burmaa finished second in a round-robin tournament, making it to her third Olympic Games.

She won against Pooja Sihag of India, Shakhribonu Ellieva of Uzbekistan and Jeong Seo-yeon of South Korea; only kept off top position by Kyrgyzstan's Aiperi Medet Kyzy, who also qualified for the Olympics.

In the other two categories, China qualified two more athletes.

At under-62kg, Long Jia secured her position at Tokyo 2020 with a 10-0 win over 2014 world champion Sukheegiin Tserenchimed of Mongolia and was joined by India's Sonam Malik who won 9-6 against Kazakhstan's Ayaulym Kassymova in her semi-final.

Zhou Feng qualified for the Olympics in the under-68kg class with a 12-2 semi-final victory over South Korea's Park Hyeon-yeong and was joined by Meerim Zhumanazarova of Kyrgyzstan who won her semi-final 13-3 against Indian athlete Nisha Dahiya.

Kyrgyzstan boast five qualifiers from the tournament so far, ahead of China and Mongolia who each have four.

Nine nations have qualified athletes so far and the tournament concludes tomorrow with men's freestyle contests.