|Born||December 6, 1991|
|Alma mater||Balıkesir University|
|Sport||Women's Freestyle Wrestling|
|Club||Trakya Birlik SK|
Yasemin Adar was born to a baker father Naim Adar and his wife Ayşegül in Balıkesir, Turkey on December 6, 1991. She has an elder sister Yıldız. Her mother died in 2013. After finishing Gaziosmanpaşa High School, she studied physical education and sports in Balıkesir University. Currently, she works as a teacher in Niğde.
Adar was discovered by former Turkish champion sport wrestler Aslan Seyhanlı while she was performing shot put during her high school and university years. She then switched over to wrestling in her hometown. She competes for Trakya Birlik SK.
She participated at the 2013 European Championships in Tbilisi, Georgia without having success. At the 2013 Mediterranean Games in Mersin, Turkey, she became gold medalist in the −72 kg division. She placed the fifth rank at the 2013 World Championships held in Budapest, Hungary after losing to Chinese Zhang Fengliu in the semifinals and to American Adeline Gray in the third place match.
She failed to advance to the finals after losing to Russian Ekaterina Bukina in the −75 kg event at the 2015 European Games in Baku, Azerbaijan. She then lost to Moldavian Svetlana Saenko in the bronze medal match. At the 2015 World Championships in Las Vegas, United States, Adar lost in the quarter finals to Colombian Andrea Olaya by fall.
Competing in the −75 kg event at the 2016 European Championships held in Riga, Latvia, she won her country's first-ever women's wrestling gold medal at this championship, defeating Russian Alena Storodubtseva.
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