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Indian boxer has created history in the ongoing World Boxing Championship in Tashkent. India’s 3 medals have been confirmed in the championship on Wednesday. This is the first time in the history of the tournament that India has won so many medals in a single season. Here Nishant Dev, Mohammad Hasamuddin and Deepak Bhoria have entered the semi-finals after winning their quarter-final bouts in their respective weight categories. Entering the top-4, the medals of these three have become confirmed, because in boxing, four players get medals. That is, a consolation bronze medal is also given. All the three boxers will play their respective semi-final bouts on May 12. Please tell here that India has not been able to win the gold medal in the championship so far.
See the medals of India in the championship in the next graphics
Now know who defeated whom
Deepak Bhoria defeated Azerbaijan’s Umid Rustamov 5-0 in the quarterfinal match of the 75 KG weight category of the championship. Deepak became the 8th Indian boxer to win a medal in the championship.
Shortly after Deepak entered the semi-finals, Mohammad Hasamuddin sealed India’s second medal in the current season of the championships. He defeated J Diaz Ibanez of Bulgaria 4-3 in the 57 KG weight category.
After Deepak and Hasmuddin, Nishant Dev defeated Jorge Cuellar of Cuba 5-0 in the 71 KG weight category.
Sachin-Harsh are participating for the first time
The team will have 2021 Youth World Champion Sachin Siwach (54kg) and Harsh Chowdhary (86kg) competing in the World Championships for the first time. Apart from these, all the boxers have the experience of playing in the World Boxing Championship.
See the Indian team in the next graphics…
640 boxers from 104 countries are participating
Around 640 boxers from 104 countries are participating in Tashkent. It will also feature seven defending world champions including France’s Sofiane Oumiha, Japan’s Tomoya Tsuboi and Sivonerets Okazawa, Azerbaijan’s Loren Alphonso, Kazakhstan’s Saken Bibosinov and Cuba’s Yonelis Hernandez Martinez and Julio La Cruz.