India has despatched a 12-member group for the distinguished occasion — seven males and 5 girls.© AFP
Naveen Boora (69kg) assured himself of at the least a Bronze by advancing to the semifinals, whereas Manjeet Singh (+91kg) entered the quarters on a profitable day for Indian boxers on the 72nd Strandja Memorial Tournament in Sofia, Bulgaria. Boora defeated Brazil’s Eravio Edson in his quarterfinal bout, prevailing 5-0 within the contest. Manjeet, alternatively, received the higher of Ireland’s Gytis Lisinskas in his last-16 stage bout on Wednesday night time. Earlier, Jyoti Gulia (51kg) upstaged two-time world champion Nazym Kyzaiby of Kazakhstan, to enter the quarterfinals together with two others. Gulia, a 2017 world youth champion, defeated the Gold-winner from the 2014 and 2016 senior world championships.
She will tackle Romania’s Perijoc Lacramioara in her quarterfinal bout later within the day. Another Indian to enter the quarterfinals on the second day was Bhagyabati Kachari, who outclassed Russian opponent Anna Galimova 5-0 within the 75kg class.
The event options boxers from 30 nations, together with France, Ireland, Kazakhstan, Russia, Sweden, Ukraine, the United States of America and Uzbekistan. India has despatched a 12-member group for the distinguished occasion — seven males and 5 girls.
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