Simranjit Kaur beat the native German opponent palms down with transparent punches within the ultimate.© Twitter
Indian boxers bagged 9 medals together with 3 golds, two silver and 4 bronze on the Cologne Boxing World Cup held in Koln, Germany which concluded on Saturday. The 3 gold medals have been bagged via Amit Panghal, Manisha Moun and Simranjit Kaur because the Indian pugilists effectively ended their 67-days Europe coaching and festival marketing campaign.
Five ladies and 8 males boxers have been registered to the Cologne Boxing World Cup following their sturdy arrangements in Italy.
Women’s World Boxing Championships bronze medallist Simranjit Kaur impressed in the semi-finals and competed towards Maya Kleinhans within the name bout. The 25-years-old boxer confirmed some swift footwork to overcome the native German opponent palms down with transparent punches within the ultimate. The Indian diminished the preventing distance effectively towards the taller opponent and received the bout via a cut up choice taking the gold medal within the 60kg class.
In the 57kg class ultimate, which noticed an all-India combat between Manisha Moun and two-time Women’s Youth World Champion Sakshi Choudhary. The more youthful Sakshi attempted to land fast punches and overcame her counterpart within the first around. However, Manisha moved extra on her toes from the second one around and didn’t give any probabilities to Sakshi earlier than successful the bout 3:2 in a keenly fought contest. Sakshi ended her marketing campaign with a silver in Cologne.
The 2018 Asian Games gold medallist and 2019 ASBC Asian Champion Panghal received the round-robin festival on the males’s flyweight (52kg). The 25-year-old Indian defeated one of his main rivals, France’s World Boxing Championships bronze medalists Billal Bennama on his solution to the overall. He was given a walkover in the final by his German opponent.
India’s tremendous heavyweight (+91kg) boxer Satish Kumar had an emotional finish to his marketing campaign as he defeated France’s Djamili Dini Moindze within the semis however sadly needed to withdraw towards Germany’s Nelvie Tiafack owing to an harm within the summit conflict and accept silver.
Sonia Lather (57kg), Pooja Rani (75kg) Gaurav Solanki (57kg) and Mohamed Hussamudin (57kg) claimed the bronze medal of their respective classes.
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