newsboxing1 year ago

Sachin stuns World Championship medallist Gaurav Bidhuri at Men's National Boxing Championship

In a surprise result, Haryana boxer Sachin ousted World Championship bonze-medalist Gaurav Bidhuri from the Men's National Boxing Championship on Friday. Bidhuri was no match to Sachin and lost the bout 1-4, which means that he won't qualify to participate in the World Championship in Serbia.
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newsboxing3 years ago

World Boxing Championships | Amit Panghal, Manish Kaushik secure medals, create history

Amit Panghal and Manish Kaushik have secured at least a bronze medal by winning their respective quarter-final bouts on Wednesday in Ekaterinberg, Russia, at the World Boxing Championships. This is the first time in the Indian history that more than one boxer is medalled at the World Championships.
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newsboxing3 years ago

World Boxing Ch’ships | India look to better record with Olympic qualifiers status stripped

With the International Olympic Committee (IOC) stripping off the Olympic qualifier status from the World Championships, India would be aiming to win something more than bronze medals in the tournament. The tournament would see 450 boxers from 87 countries fighting across 12 days.
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newsboxing4 years ago

President’s Cup | Mary Kom, Simranjit Kaur win gold, Gaurav Bidhuri settles for silver

India ended the President’s Cup in Indonesia with the “Best Team” award with the women pugilists dominating the ring with a gold medal in every event on the final day. The men, however, faltered in few of the events as they only got two silvers alongside three gold medals from the five up for grab.
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newsboxing4 years ago

Indian Boxing round-up | Mary Kom, Gaurav Bidhuri make President's Cup finals; Ashish Kumar bags gold in Thailand

MC Mary Kom and Gaurav Bidhuri made their way to the finals of the ongoing President's Cup in Indonesia after winning against Anh vo Thi Kim and Ogayre Junmilardo respectively. Meanwhile, Ashish Kumar has clinched his first international gold medal at Thailand Open International tournament.
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newsboxing4 years ago

India Open Boxing | As many as 10 boxers assured medals for smaller draws

Owing to the smaller size of the draw, India’s boxing contingent is seeing as many as 10 pugilists assured of a medal in the India Open Boxing after just one day into the tournament. Among the assured few include names like Mary Kom, Brijesh Yadav, Lovlina Borgohain, Satish Kumar, and more.
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newsboxing4 years ago

Maybe I will create history again, says Gaurav Bhiduri

After suffering a long-term back injury post his 2017 bronze medal feat in the World Championships, Indian boxer Gaurav Bhiduri is gearing up for a comeback at the international stage. he has set his sights on winning a medal in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games after missing the 2018 CWG and Asiad.
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newsboxing5 years ago

Bidhuri, Shiva Thapa excluded from CWG squad as Mary Kom, Vikas Krishan get the nod

In quite a surprising move, both World Championship medalists Gaurav Bidhuri and Shiva Thapa were omitted from the Indian contingent for the Commonwealth Games without the conventional trials. However, Mary Kom and L Sarita Devi were expectantly selected in the 48kg and 60kg categories respectively.
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newsboxing5 years ago

World Boxing Championship| Gaurav Bidhuri’s remarkable run ends against Duke Ragan

Gaurav Bidhuri’s inspiring streak at the World championships ended in the semi final against America’s Duke Ragan as the Delhi boy lost in the bantamweight category (56kg) by a unanimous 0-5 decision. The bronze makes Bidhuri only the fourth Indian pugilist to win a medal at the championships.
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reportboxing5 years ago

World Boxing Championships | Gaurav Bidhuri assures India's first medal by making the semis

Gaurav Bidhuri beat Bilel Mhamdi in the quarter finals of the ongoing World Boxing Championships to assure India its first medal at the event.  On the other hand, Kavinder Singh Bisht and Amit Panghal both bowed out of the tournament on Monday after losing their respective quarterfinals.
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