Indian boxers won 9 medals including 8 gold in Asian Junior Boxing Championship


Asian Junior Boxing Championship: In the Asian Junior Boxing Championship played in Dubai, Indian boxers performed brilliantly and won 19 medals including 8 gold. Of these, six gold medals were won by girls, while in the boys’ category, India got two gold medals. Along with this, Indian boxers also won 5 silver and 6 bronze medals in this championship. Let us tell you that in the last Asian Junior Boxing Championship, India finished third in the medal tally. India had won a total of 21 medals including 6 gold, 9 silver and 6 bronze.

In the Asian Junior Boxing Championships from India, 10 boxers reached the finals in the girls’ category. Out of these, 6 girls captured the gold medal. While four other boxers got silver medals. At the same time, in the boys’ event, three boxers from India had reached the final, out of which two boxers were successful in winning the gold medal. In terms of medal numbers, India won gold medals in this championship at par with boxing powerhouse Kazakhstan, while it was just one place behind Uzbekistan (9 gold medals).

National Champion Rohit Chamoli starts with a title punch

National champion Rohit Chamoli gave India its first gold medal in the championship with a victory in the final of the 48 kg category. After this, India June won the second gold medal for India in the weight category of more than 81 kg. After this, Vishu Rathi won 48 kg weight category, Tanu 52 kg, Nikita Chand 60 kg, Mahi Raghav 63 kg, Pranjal Yadav 75 kg and Kirti 81 kg gold in the weight event category in the girls event. Do your name.

On the other hand, Rudrika 70 kg weight category, Sanjana 81 kg and Aanchal Saini had to be satisfied with silver medal after losing in the final of 57 kg weight category.

These boxers won bronze medals

In the Asian Junior Boxing Championship, Devika Ghorpade won the bronze medal in the 50 kg weight category, Arju 54 kg and Supriya Rawat in the 66 kg weight category from India in the girls category. Whereas in the boys’ event, Ashish 54 kg, Anshul 57 kg and Ankush won the bronze medal in the 66 kg weight category.

At the Asian Junior Boxing Championships, the gold medal winners were awarded around Rs 2,93,134 ($4,000), the silver medalists around Rs 1,46,629 ($2,000) and the bronze medal winners were awarded around Rs 73,314 ($1,000). Will go

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