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AIBA Men's World Boxing Championships

Men’s Boxing World Championships: Akash Kumar Signs Off With Bronze For India On Debut

Nov 04, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

In the previous edition of the tournament in 2019, Amit Panghal and Manish Kaushik won silver and bronze respectively, for India.

Men’s Boxing World Championships: Shiva Thapa, Four Other Indians Enter Quarterfinals In Belgrade

Nov 01, 2021 PTI

Besides Shiva Thapa, four other Indians to enter the Men's Boxing World Championships are Sanjeet (92kg), Nishant Dev (71kg), Akash Kumar (54kg) and Narender (+92).

Men’s Boxing World Championships: Indian Boxers Continue Unbeaten Run, Nishant Dev Enters 2nd Round

Following Nishant Dev’s win, two other Indians Sumit (75kg) and Narender Berwal (+92kg) also won their respective first-round bouts late last night.

Men’s Boxing World Championships: India’s Akash Sangwan Storms Into Second Round

Oct 26, 2021 PTI

Akash Sangwan defeated Turkey’s Furkan Adem 5-0 to enter the 67kg second round in a bout that went into late last night.

Men’s Boxing World Championships: Dominant Rohit Mor Gives India Winning Start In Belgrade

Rohit enjoyed an upper hand from the word go defeating Ecuador’s Jean Caicedo 5-0 in the 57kg opening round.

25 October, 2021

Men’s Boxing World Championships: Sachin Kumar, Sanjeet Get First-Round Byes


While Sachin (80kg) will face American Robby Gonzalez in the second round, Sanjeet (92kg) is up against Russian Andre Stotskii in his opening bout.

19 October, 2021

Men’s Boxing World Championships: AIBA Introduces Belts, White Gloves In ‘Fresh Start’


The sport of boxing is currently going through a tough time after it was found in an investigation that over 10 bouts at the 2016 Rio Olympics were manipulated.

11 October, 2021

BFI Appoints M Suranjoy Singh, L Devendro Singh As Men’s Coaches Ahead Of World Championships


Both Devendro and Suranjoy are among 14 coaches who have been short-listed for the national camp in Patiala, starting this week. The World Championships begin on October 24 in Belgrade.

30 September, 2021

10-Plus Rio Olympics Boxing Bouts Manipulated For ‘Money’, Reveals Investigation; AIBA Promises Clean-Up


Referees, judges and technical officials for the World Championships in Belgrade next month now face tough selection criteria, including background and other checks.

27 September, 2021

AIBA To Allow Spectators In Belgrade World Boxing Championships


India will be represented by a full-strength 13-strong squad featuring Asian medal-winners like Deepak Kumar (51kg), Shiva Thapa (63.5kg) and Sanjeet (92kg).

07 September, 2021

Head Guard Returns At Boxing Nationals; Gold Medalists Make World Championships Cuts


The country’s Tokyo Olympics-returned boxers will also have to compete and claim gold at the Nationals to be eligible for the global showpiece


03 July, 2021

AIBA Rejigs Weight Categories, Adds Three To Men's And Two To Women's Competition


From the current 10, the men's weight categories have now gone up to 13 with the minimum weight reduced to 48kg, while women's divisions will go from 10 to 12

17 March, 2021

Gaurav Solanki Enters Quarterfinals Of Bosphorus Boxing Tournament


A 13-member Indian boxing contingent, including eight men and five women, is participating in the tournament

07 March, 2021

COVID-19 Case Hits Indian Boxers, Ashish Kumar, Mohammed Hussamuddin And Sumit Sangwan Pull Out From Final


Olympic-bound Ashish (75kg) tested positive for the virus and as a result of being his roommates, Hussamuddin (57kg) and Sangwan (81kg) were forced to withdraw

03 March, 2021

Manish Kaushik Enters Quarters Of Spanish Boxing Tourney


A 14-member Indian contingent (eight men and six women), including nine Olympic qualified and other top boxers, is taking part at the 35th edition of the tournament.

16 February, 2021

India's Boxing Contingent For Tokyo Olympics Unlikely To Go Past 9 As World Qualifiers Cancelled


The world qualifier, which was to be the final qualifying event for the Games after the continental events, was scheduled to be held in Paris in June.

12 February, 2021

Mary Kom, Manish Kaushik Set For Competitive Action After One Year At Spanish Tourney


The 37-year-old flyweight boxer, who is a six-time world champion, last competed at the Asian Olympic qualifiers in Jordan in March last year.


20 December, 2020

Boxing: Simranjeet, Manish Strike Gold; India End World Cup Campaign With 9 Medals


Manish defeated compatriot Saskhi 3-2, while Simranjeet got the better of German Maya Klienhans 4-1

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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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