Tokyo Olympics Bronze medalist Lovlina Borgohain and reigning world champion Nikhat Zareen will challenge the women’s team on the IBA front. 2023 World Boxing Championships in New Delhi. The tournament will take place on the 15th-26th. in March at the Indira Gandhi Sports Centre. Tokyo bronze medalist Borgohain (75kg) has two World Cup bronzes to date and joins the ranks of Olympic medallists from several other countries in pursuit of glory.
Lovlina Borgohain, Nikhat Zareen top India at Women’s World Boxing Championship The tournament will be held from 15-26. in March at the Indira Gandhi Sports Complex Press Trust of India Updated: 27 February 2023 18:36 Loiinaa:2 min Borina , Nikhat Zareen Lead India’s Challenge at Women’s World Boxing Championships and kingdom world champion Nikhat Zareen leads India’s challenge at the IBA at Women’s World Championships Delhi2 New World Championships2 Bo00. The tournament will take place on the 15th-26th. in March at the Indira Gandhi Sports Centre. Tokyo bronze medalist Borgohain (75kg) has two World Cup bronzes to date and joins the ranks of Olympic medallists from several other countries in pursuit of glory.
Zareen, on the other hand, is defending her title in the 50 kg category. She became the world champion at the 2022 IBA Women’s World Championships held in Istanbul. Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games gold medalist Nitu Ghanghas will also compete in the 8kg category. The two-time world junior champion is looking to add another major medal to his name.
“India has become a boxing powerhouse in recent years and we want to strengthen our position with this talented line-up for the IBA Women’s World Championship. It is a line-up of champions and I am sure they will bring glory to the country again,” the president said. by Boxing Federation of India (BFI) Ajay Singh.
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