AIBA World Championship: Anamika won her debut match, made it to the pre-quarterfinals

Indian Boxer Anamika (50kg) IBA Women’s World Boxing Championship (AIBA World Boxing Championship) Diya Anamika defeated Eugenia Angel of Romania on Thursday in her first match in Istanbul to secure a ticket to the pre-quarterfinals by registering a unanimous decision of all judges in the competition being played in Istanbul. . At the beginning of the match, both the players threw punches at each other but Anamika (Anamika) He defended himself using excellent footwork and counter-attacked the opponent.

The Rohtak boxer maintained her dominance in the second round as well and easily advanced to the next round by winning by a margin of 5-0. Anamika will next face World Championship bronze medalist Christie Lee Harris of Australia on Sunday. Earlier on Wednesday, Sweety (75kg) lost 2-3 to England’s Carrie Davies late in the evening.

Lovlina will face Cindy Ngamba

Pooja, who is going to start her World Championship campaign, will take on Hungary’s Timea Negi while Lovlina will take on Cindy Ngamba of Fair Chance team. Lovlina had defeated former world champion Chen Nien-Chin in the first round on Monday. The last edition of the IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships was held in Russia in 2019. Indian boxers at that time had won one silver and three bronze medals. Indian players have so far bagged 36 medals including nine gold, eight silver and 19 bronze in 11 editions of this prestigious global event. Russia (60) and China (50) are the second names to have the most medals.

Nikhat Zareen in second round

Earlier, Indian boxers Nikhat Zareen (52kg), Parveen (63kg) and Manisha (57kg) advanced to the next round of the IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships in Istanbul on Wednesday. Zareen defeated Herrera Alvarez of Mexico 5-0 in the opening match, while Parveen defeated Maria Bova of Ukraine by the same margin in a one-sided match to enter the second round. In the opening round, Manisha got a bye who defeated Kala Thapa of Nepal by unanimous decision to make it to the third round. The 25-year-old Zareen from Telangana will take on the 2021 Asian Championship bronze medalist Lutsaikhani Altantsetseg of Mongolia.