Youth World Boxing Championships: Raveena won gold, total 11 medals in India’s bag. Youth World Boxing Championships Ravena Gold Medal India total 11 medals – News X

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Youth World Boxing Championships: Raveena won gold, total 11 medals in India’s bag.  Youth World Boxing Championships Ravena Gold Medal India total 11 medals
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Published: Monday, November 28, 2022, 3:29 [IST]

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In the Youth World Boxing Championships, reigning Asian Youth Champion Raveena outplayed her opponent in her final bout. Raveena showed great determination and landed the winning punch for the gold medal. India won a total of 11 medals at the Indian Boxing Association’s (IBA) Youth World Boxing Championships (Men and Women) 2022. Raveena won the last gold medal for India in the Boxing Championship held in La Nucia, Spain.

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Raveena (63kg) was up against Megan Decler of Netherlands in her final bout. Despite not getting off to the best start, the Indian boxer made an impressive comeback against his Dutch opponent. Raveena won the match using her technical ability and high speed. Raveena is also the 2022 Asian Youth Gold Medalist, who won 4-3 by a split decision after a hard-fought match.

In the other final, Keerthy (81+kg) fought it out against 2022 European Youth Champion Cleona Elizabeth D’Arcy of Ireland. However, after going down 0-5, Kirti had to be content with the silver medal. According to news agency ANI, India dominated the event as the 25-member contingent won a total of 11 medals. These include four gold, three silver and four bronze medals.

Overall, 17 Indians qualified for the quarterfinals of the tournament. This number was more than any other country in the 2022 edition of the tournament. Kazakhstan won 5 medals and Uzbekistan 4 in this year’s edition of the championship. India remained at the forefront of winning medals among women boxers. Indian players won a total of eight medals.

Raveena (63kg), Devika Ghorpade (52kg) won gold, Kirti (81kg), Bhavna Sharma (48kg) won silver while Muskan (75kg), Lashu Yadav (70kg), Kunjarani Devi Thongam (60kg) won silver. and Tamanna (50 kg) won bronze medals. In the men’s section, Youth Asian champion Vanshaj (63.5kg) and Vishwanath Suresh (48kg) won gold while Ashish (54kg) won silver. Let us tell you that around 600 boxers from 73 countries participated in this year’s championship in La Nucia, Spain.

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Youth World Boxing Championships Ravena Gold Medal India total 11 medals

Story first published: Monday, November 28, 2022, 3:29 [IST]

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