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Boxing : Indian Contingent wins 12 Medals Tally at 30th ‘Adriatic Pearl’ Tournament 

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Indian women boxers claim five gold medalsIndian Boxing Contingent finished with 12 medals at the 30th Youth International Boxing Tournament  ‘Adriatic Pearl’ held at Budva, Montenegro from February 16-22, 2021. It finished 2nd in the overall medals tally, Uzbekistan took the 1st place while Ukraine finished 3rd in the medals tally.

  • Indian women’s team won 10 medals (5 Gold, 3 Silver & 2 Bronze) while Indian Men’s team bagged 2 Bronze medals.
  • With 10 medals, Indian Women’s Team finished at the Top of the Women’s Medals Tally. Uzbekistan (2 Gold) & Czech Republic (1 Gold) finished at the 2nd & 3rd position.

Indian women boxers

Winners:

  • With Two Bronze Medals from Priyanshu Dabas (49 kg) & Jugnoo (91+ kg) for the Indian Men’s Team, India took its total medals tally to 12.
  • With a total of 12 medals India finished at the 2nd place in overall standings. Uzbekistan  took the First place while Ukraine finished Third.
  • Vinka (60 Kg) who won the Gold Medal  received the Best Woman Boxer of the Tournament Award.
  • Only Boxers who were under the age of 18 years took part in the tournament.

List of Winners (Indian Women’s Contingent)

Winners Category Medal
Alfiya Pathan 81+ Kg Gold
Arundhati Choudhary 69 Kg Gold
N Babyrojisana Chanu 51 Kg Gold
Thokchom Sanamacha Chanu 75 Kg Gold
Vinka 60 Kg Gold
Raj Sahiba 75 Kg Silver
Gitika 45-48 Kg Silver
Lucky Rana 64 Kg Silver
Preethi 57 Kg Bronze
Neha 54 Kg Bronze

List of Winners (Indian Men’s Contingent)

Winners Category Medal
Priyanshu Dabas 46-49 kg Bronze
Jugnoo 91+ Bronze

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i.December 21, 2020,  Indian Boxers bagged 9 Medals – 3 Gold, 2 Silver & 4 Bronze at the Cologne Boxing World Cup 2020 held from December 16-20 at Cologne, Germany.

About Boxing Federation of India (BFI):

President – Ajay Singh
Headquarters – New Delhi