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Every boxer has a blueprint, says Shiva Thapa

Shiva Thapa has said that he realised every boxer has a “bluprint” after he watched Andy Cruz dismantle Manish Kaushik, who defeated Thapa in the trials to win a spot for the World Championships. Thapa is quite hopeful that he will qualify for his third Olympics in Tokyo in 2020.
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Santiago Nieva and Karanjeet Singh find place in ASBC commissions

India's High-Performance Director Santiago Nieva found a place in the coaches' commission while team doctor Karanjeet Singh was inducted into the medical commission of the Asian Boxing Confederation (ASBC). Narendra Kumar Nirwan was India’s representative in the refereeing and judging commission.
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Five to six India boxers should qualify for Olympics, opines Santiago Nieva

India boxing team’s high-performance director Santiago Nieva has stated that he is seeing around five to six boxers qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics next year, if thought realistically. He also lamented the lack of infrastructure in India for boxing despite them being in an envious position.
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I learnt the need to box at a faster speed, says Manish Kaushik

New World Boxing Championships bronze medalist in 63kg Manish Kaushik has revealed that he had to work on his speed before the tournament and it helped him a lot. After having a brilliant debut outing on the big stages, Kaushik would be competing in the Olympic qualifier in Wuhan, China.
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Indian boxers closing on traditional powerhouses, claims High-Performance Director Santiago Nieva

Indian boxers’ unparalleled performance at the just-concluded men’s world championship shows they are “closing in” on traditional powerhouses, High-Performance Director Santiago Nieva has asserted. According to Nieva, “clean punching” is what worked out well for the Indian boxers.
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World Boxing Championships: Amit Panghal becomes first Indian man to reach a final, Manish settles for bronze

The Asian champion Amit Panghal (52kg) edged out Kazakhstan’s Saken Bibossinov 3:2 in the semi-finals of the AIBA Boxing World Championships in Ekaterinberg, Russia, on Friday. India’s other semi-finalist Manish Kaushik (63kg) was defeated by the reigning world champion Andy Cruz of Cuba.
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World Boxing Championships | I will give more than 100 percent to win gold, says Amit Phangal

Indian boxer Amit Panghal has stated that he will give more than his 100 percent to win a gold medal at the Boxing World Championships in Ekaterinberg, Russia. Amit reached the semi-finals of the championship and secured at least a bronze medal as well as a spot in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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newsboxing3 years ago

World Boxing Championships | Amit Panghal, Manish Kaushik win quarters, ensure medals

Ace Indian boxers Amit Panghal (52kg) and Manish Kaushik (63kg) ensured India of a medal at in the ongoing World Boxing Championship medals after they won their respective quarterfinal bouts on Wednesday. Kavinder Singh and Singh Bisht, however, lost their respective bouts in quarters.
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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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Boxing World Championships: India's Amit Panghal and Manish Kaushik cruise into quarter-finals

India's Amit Panghal defeated Turkey’s Batuhan Citfci to enter the quarter-finals of the 52kg category on Tuesday in the men’s Boxing World Championships in Yekaterinburg. While, Manish Kaushik entered the quarter-finals of the 63kg category by defeating Mongolia’s Chinzorig Baatarsukh.
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