Women Boxing Worlds: India Gets Showered With 5 Gold Medals:
Haryana shone as it made India showered with Gold at the AIBA Women’s Youth World Championship. According to the reports, there are four boxers from Haryana who made India incredibly proud. Thee four Haryanvi girls created at special moment for India, Nitu in light flyweight (45-48 kg), Jyoti in flyweight (51 kg), Sakshi in bantamweight (54 kg) and Shashi Chopra in featherweight (57 kg) – winning gold in the first four final bouts.
Moreover, Assam’s Ankushita Boro also added another spark adding the fifth in welterweight (64 kg) category. The story does not get ended up as there are two other Indians name on the list – Anupama in light heavyweight (81 kg) and Neha Yadav in heavyweight (+81 kg) made India proud winning bronze.
In this event, a total number of 36 other nation also participated. In which, there were two of Russia managed successfully to win two gold medals Anastasia Shamonova in middleweight (75 kg) and Kristina Tkacheva in heavyweight.
Youth Women Boxing Gold Medal & Award
The first to get India a gold award was Haryana’s Nitu in the light flyweight (45-48 kg). Saying would not wrong that she kicked off the memorable moments. India is feeling proud getting showered with Gold. Nitu shows how skilled and talented she is. Her pokes and straights demonstrated excessively for her fancied Kazakh equal Zhazira Urakbayeva. She won by a 5:0 decision.
While Zhazira agreed to silver, China’s Yuan Nie and Ireland’s Caitlin Fryers brought home bronze. “The elimination round session was less demanding than the last,” Nitu said later.
Haryana’s Jyoti Gulia was similarly savage against her taller Russian adversary Ekaterina Molchanova. “She had a superior reach yet I was quicker on the feet,” said Jyoti, whose execution earned her a compartment in the 2020 Youth Olympic Games in Lausanne, Switzerland. Kazakhstan’s Zhansaya Abdraimova, whom Jyoti had vanquished in the elimination round, has to satisfy winning the bronze alongside Japan’s Rinka Kinoshita.
The fifth gold for India came in the last session as Ankushita overpowered Russia’s Ekaterina Dynnik with a poke snare straight mix. Thailand’s Thanchanok Saksri and Ireland’s Katelynn Phelan won bronze. It made India proud and we all expect this kind of medal in upcoming events too. This day has become memorized to all of us and our best wishes with the girls.
“Our young ladies have satisfied desires, yet their excursion gets harder from here,” India’s head mentor Bhaskar Bhatt said.