4 Indian boxers, together with Asian Championships bronze medallist Nikhat Zareen (52kg), progressed to the quarterfinals of the Girls’s World Boxing Championships in Istanbul on Sunday. 4 extra Indian boxers had made it to the last-eight stage earlier on Saturday.
Nikhat made mild work of Mongolia’s Lutsaikhan Altantsetseg, the 2021 Asian Championships bronze medallist, to seal a 5-0 win by unanimous verdict.
Parveen (63kg) then displayed her attacking prowess to out-punch former Youth Olympic champion Jajaira Gonzalez of the USA 5-0, whereas Anamika (50kg) defeated world championships bronze medallist Kristy Lee Harris of Australia with an an identical margin.
Nevertheless, probably the most energy packed efficiency of the day belonged to Jaismine (60kg), who pummelled Australia’s Angela Harries, forcing the referee to cease the competition within the the primary spherical itself. She’s going to sq. off in opposition to 2019 World Championships bronze medallist Rashida Ellis within the last-eight stage.
Shiksha (54kg) and Ankushita (66kg) have been eradicated as the previous misplaced 2-3 by cut up determination to Youth Asian bronze medallist Yesugen Oyuntsetseg of Mongolia, whereas the latter was ousted by Poland’s Aneta Rygielska.
Nikhat was the primary Indian in motion on Sunday and he or she dominated from begin to end. She used her fast fingers to nice impact and landed a flurry of punches in all three rounds. The spotlight of Nikhat’s show was her immaculate footwork and pace, which the Mongolian discovered tough to deal with. She subsequent faces England’s Charley Davison, who defeated Hainite Kayla of Togo within the spherical of 16.
Parveen, then again, performed a sensible sport all through the complete 9 minutes. The lanky Indian most popular to remain again and play the ready sport and landed punches from a distance at any time when she obtained the opening. She continued with the identical tactic in all of the three rounds and managed to simply pocket the bout by a unanimous determination. Parveen will subsequent face Shoira Zulkaynarova of Tajikistan within the quarterfinal.
Anamika was aggressive from the get-go as she rattled her opponent within the opening spherical. Her fast fingers and nimble footwork proved to too good for the Australian, who struggled to land clear minimize punches. She’s going to subsequent face Rio Olympic bronze medallist Ingrit Valencia within the quarterfinal.
A sluggish and defensive begin value Shiksha the opening spherical, however she adopted a extra aggressive strategy to pocket the second spherical. Nevertheless, she wasn’t in a position to preserve the tempo within the remaining spherical as Oyuntsetseg made the a lot of the openings that got here her means an sealed the competition.
Aside from Nikhat and Anamika, Parveen and Jaismine, Nitu (48kg), Manisha (57kg), Pooja Rani (75kg) and Nandini (81+kg) have additionally reached the quarterfinal stage. All eight boxers will likely be in motion on Monday.