Tokyo Olympics bronze-medallist Lovlina Borgohain (69kg) has been handed direct qualification for the upcoming girls’s world boxing championships by the Indian federation, which has determined that the remaining squad might be made up of gold-winners from the upcoming nationals.
The nationwide championships might be held in Hisar from October 21 and similar to the not too long ago concluded males’s occasion, the champions will make the reduce for the worlds’ squad.
“The gold-medallists in every weight class will symbolize India within the AIBA girls’s world championship besides 69kg (as) Tokyo Olympics bronze-medallist Lovlina Borgohain will see direct qualification for the world championships,” the Boxing Federation of India said.
Aside from this, the gold and silver-winners from the nationals can even safe their place within the nationwide camp. The bronze-winners will battle it out in trials that includes medallists from the earlier three editions of the match for a spot within the camp.
The 24-year-old is now set to skip the nationwide match after securing a spot within the squad primarily based on her Tokyo efficiency.
The ladies’s world championship is to be held in December in Istanbul. The precise dates for the marquee competitors are but to be determined.
Males’s camp for world championship awaits the beginning
The boys’s camp for the world championship, slated from October 24 in Belgrade, Serbia is but to take off.
A Federation supply stated that it may kick off within the subsequent couple of days in Patiala amid persevering with brainstorming over the teaching employees and who among the many assist employees will journey with the staff to Belgrade.
“Time is quick operating out. Hopefully, issues will get transferring within the subsequent two days,” the supply stated.
The BFI has made it clear that the teaching employees of each the women and men campers is about for a revamp within the subsequent couple of months.
The evaluation is being completed within the backdrop of the Tokyo Olympics efficiency during which not one of the male boxers may make the medal rounds.