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Nov 17, 2019
8:21AM

Seven Indian boxers enter finals of Asian Youth Boxing Championship

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Seven Indian boxers - two men and five women - have entered the finals of Asian Youth Boxing Championship at Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia.

Among the men, Selay Soy (49kg) and Ankit Narwal (60kg) made the summit clashes, while Naorem Chanu (51kg), Vinka (64kg) Sanamacha Chanu (75kg), Poonam (54kg) and Sushma (81kg) made to the finals.

Arundhati Choudhury (69kg), Komalpreet Kaur (81kg) and Jaismine (57kg) settled for bronze medals in the women's draw.

Satender Singh (91kg) and Aman (91kg) fetched third-place finishes for India in the men's competition.


 

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