Youth world boxing championship: Indian pugilists take pleasure in second consecutive all-win day

Youth world boxing championship: Indian pugilists take pleasure in second consecutive all-win day

India have fielded a 20-member group — 10 males and as many ladies — within the competitors, which options 414 boxers from 52 nations.

Youth world boxing championship: Indian pugilists enjoy second consecutive all-win day

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New Delhi: It was a second successive all-win day for Indian boxers on the youth world championships in Kielce, Poland with two from the ladies’s contingent advancing to the quarterfinals after clinching dominating triumphs.

Poonam (57kg) and Vinka (60kg) received their bouts comprehensively to make the last-eight stage on Wednesday. Whereas Poonam defeated Hungary’s Beata Varga, Vinka sailed previous Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Tara Bohatjuk.

Each the bouts had been stopped by the referee earlier than the three rounds may very well be accomplished.

Within the males’s draw, Asian youth silver-medallist Ankit Narwal (64kg) superior to the second spherical after a complete 5-0 win over Slovakia’s Miroslav Herceg.

Subsequent up for him is Uzbekistan’s Akhmadjon Akhmedov, who obtained a bye within the opening spherical.

Within the 91kg class, Vishal Gupta notched up a snug unanimous victory over Bulgaria’s Georgi Stoev to enter the spherical of 16. He’ll sq. off in opposition to Croatia’s Borna Loncaric.

Additionally getting into the pre-quarters was Vikas (52kg) after getting the higher of Bulgaria’s Yasen Radev. His was additionally a 5-0 win.

India have fielded a 20-member group — 10 males and as many ladies — within the competitors, which options 414 boxers from 52 nations.

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