Nivedita, Tamanna energy into semi-finals at 2022 ASBC Asian Youth & Junior Boxing Championships

Nivedia, from Uttarakhand, beat Batool Hussein of Jordan by referee stopping the competition within the first spherical of the 48kg quarter-finals whereas Tamanna additionally picked up a shocking 5-0 win over Thailand’s Paphada Wutthichai at 50kg.

With locations within the final 4, Nivedita and Haryana boxer Tamanna have now confirmed their second consecutive medals on the prestigious event. They received silver medals within the final version.

Later within the night, seven different younger Indian boxers, together with three girls – Renu (52 kg), Prachi (57 kg) and Ravina (63 kg), will play within the quarter-finals. On the boys’s aspect, Ashish Hooda (71kg), Deepak (75kg), Rockey Chaudhary (80kg) and Jaskaran Singh (92kg) will probably be seen in motion on day 4 of the championships, the place the boys’s and girls’s-youth and junior-are performed collectively.

Earlier on Friday night, Jackson Singh Laishram (70kg), Dev Pratap Singh (75kg), Rishabh Singh Shikharwar (80kg) and Gaurav Mhaske (+81kg) superior to the junior boys semi-finals after comfy wins of their respective final 8. matches.

Jackson and Dev respectively outclassed Iranian Amir Khazaeipou and Jordanian Abdel Jaradat by unanimous margins. Then again, Rishabh and Gaurav secured the medals with victories by referee’s stoppage contest verdict in opposition to their respective opponents, Mohammed Albarout and Raiymkulov Ermek of the United Arab Emirates.

Nonetheless, Harish Saini (63kg) exited after struggling a slender 1-4 loss to Kazakhstan’s Akhmet Ussen.

The celebrated continental event witnessed sturdy competitors attended by 352 boxers from 21 nations together with India, Iran, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. The finals will probably be performed on March 13 and 14.

Supply: BFI

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