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  1. The third day of the IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships brought a lot of emotions. Imane Khelif from Algeria became a silver medallist at the previous World Boxing Championships editions, and now she aims to improve her performance in the 66kg weight category. She eliminated Anyango Asiko Friza from Kenya in the first round. ‘I am happy about the first fight and looking forward to the second one. This fight was very easy for me, I’ll stay focused and will fight all my rivals. I want to win a gold medal for my country,’ Khelif said. A big day for Cameroon, as Mireille Bindzi eliminated her Turkmenistan rival Gulzada Jorakulyyeva by points 4-0. She is having her debut at the World Championships successfully and proceeded to the Round of 16. ‘It’s my first international fight, and I really had to go and get it, especially the last two rounds. I had to show the best of myself, and I think I did pretty well. I am really happy that I can go forward to the competitions. I am happy, excited, and have all the emotions all over the place,’ Bindzi claimed. Mireille holds dual citizenship, as she lives and trains in Canada, however, it was her decision to represent Cameroon internationally. ‘Ever since I started boxing, it was always like a consideration, I always wanted to represent Cameroon. I feel like it’s even more meaningful to me because I feel that African countries are not represented much on the international stage. I’m intending to do to bring glory to my country,’ the boxer added. Christine Ongare from Kenya marched to the last 16, eliminating Rahma Maganga from Tanzania in the second round by RSC in the 48kg division. This victory became the first one in the last 13 years for Kenya, who had the last victorious fight at this level in 2010. ‘I am very happy to make this historic achievement after trying in 3 World Championships, my dream has always been winning a title outside Africa and this could be the stepping stone to the achievement of my dream,’ Ongare said. Sumaya Qosimova from Tajikistan had a tough fight against Wafa Hafsi from Tunisia. She won on points after the bout review that overturned the result from 2-3 to 4-3 in her favor. ‘I am proud to represent Tajikistan on the international stage. I haven’t fought internationally for a year, and today this fight was quite tough for me. I’ll give it all to win a medal here for my country. We spend years of training for several minutes on the podium, but it’s my childhood dream to become a champion,’ Qosimova told. Huang Hsiao-wen from Chinese Taipei won the 2019 edition and now aims for her second world title in the 54kg division. She trained in the USA for this tournament and looks forward to repeating her previous success. Today she won by RSC in the third round over Yaren Cam Nilay from Türkiye. Sara Haghighat-joo from Sierra Leone lost on points to Johana Gomez from Venezuela in the 54kg weight category and finished her performance at the World Championships. Despite being upset, she mentioned that it only would make her stronger. ‘It’s my third time at the World Championships, and it is what it is. I’ll be back with better performance, it will make me stronger,’ Haghighat-joo claimed. Gomez in turn proceeded to the Round of 16 where she meets with Zeynab Rahimova from Azerbaijan. Kazakhstan celebrated three victories out of three fights today. In 48 kg, Alua Balkibekova eliminated Key Wann Chee Wai from Singapore by a unanimous decision. Two other athletes of their team met with South Korean rivals. Zhaina Shekerbekova, performing in the 54kg division, won Aeji Im by a split decision 4-1, and in 66kg, the fight of Nadezhda Ryabets against Sujin Seon was overturned after the bout review, hence the boxer from Kazakhstan won by split decision 4-3. Second-seeded Cape Verde’s Ivanusa Gomes Moreira proceeded to last 16 in 66kg weight class. Last year in Istanbul she was one step close to securing the medal, but lost, so this year she has a special motivation to complete the goal. She eliminated Aratwa Francinah Kasemang from Botswana unanimously, and her next target is Mongolian Tsetsegdari Yagmarsuren.
  2. Day1 report . An impressive win for India was scored by Preeti Preeti against Hanna Lakota from Hungary in 54kg. In the first seconds of the second round referee stopped the contest. Sakshi defeated Maria Jose Martinez Henao from Colombia in 52kg, and Nupur overcame Abiola Jackman from Guyana in the 81+kg weight category. Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Australian Tina Rahimi went through the first challenge victoriously, overcoming unanimously Makhliyo Khabibulleava from Uzbekistan in their 57kg fight. In the next bout, she will be opposed by the local boxer Manisha, the 4th seeded, who claimed bronze at the World Championships 2022. Sara Cirkovic from Serbia claimed gold at the IBA Youth World Boxing Championships last November, and today she made a strong debut at the elite major event, eliminating Beyza Saracoglu from Turkey in 52kg by unanimous decision. As a newcomer to elite boxing, she’ll be fighting unseeded, and her next rival is second-seeded Rinka Kinoshita from Japan. Last year, the Japanese boxer tried her best at the World Championships but was eliminated in the Round of 16. However, this made her stronger and some months after Kinoshita won gold at the Asian Championships and now aims high in New Delhi.
  3. Worthy winners both I feel , I cannot think of anyone who has extended their own records as much
  4. INDIA 1. Our rifle / pistol team .... All ten events ..... We have a huge number of high quality shooters and this was seen in the Cairo wch but shooting is very uncertain and we do not have the "Hancock" yet, for instance we despite having the quality between the junior and senior team to put 1-2 players into the finals of virtually all the events got only 1 medal and 3 quotas ..... But the best is clearly rudraksh in 10m AR our gold medal winner in both WCh and presidents Cup .... 2. Neeraj Chopra ..... Athletics javelin men : a gold in Tokyo , a silver in the wch .....very very consistent but needs to add another 2-3 metres to be almost unbeatable 3. Women boxing shooting we have been dominating / doing well in juniors but in seniors only Nikhat Zareen is standing out with a World championship gold but nitu , Parveen and a few more can suprise the world 4. Wrestling : only Ravi Kumar our silver medallist in Tokyo in 57 Free is the only one who is a possibility ... But there are others from Iran , Russia etc who are in the same league currently 5. Badminton : satwik / chirag are the current World championship bronze medallists , they are improving and on their day can go on to even try for gold .. but this a long shot ....
  5. It is sickening of Spain to do this ... The Indian team would have been this ..... MEN: FREESTYLE: Aman Sehrawat (57 kg), Akash Dahiya (61 kg), Anuj Kumar (65 kg), Parvinder Nain (70 kg), Sagar Jaglan (74 kg), Chandermohan (79 kg), Jony Kumar (86 kg), Parveen Kumar (92 kg), Sahil Ahalawat (97 kg), Anirudh Kumar (125 kg). GRECO-ROMAN: Lalit (55 kg), Sumit Dalal (60 kg), Vinay (63 kg), Ashu (67 kg), Vikas (72 kg), Sajan Bhawanwala (77 kg), Rohit Dahiya (82 kg), Sunil Kumar (87 kg), Nitesh (97 kg), Parvesh (130 kg). obviously I would have looked to see Sagar , jony , Praveen and anirudh in free and Sunil in Greco to win medals .... Besides in women a whole group of them .....but well....
  6. Full story ..... . The Wrestling Federation of India had picked a 30-member squad for the Under-23 Championship but only nine were granted visas. Antim Panghal, who is India's first-ever under-20 woman world champion, was among those who were denied entry. Out of the nine coaches that applied for the visa, only six were granted access. WFI assistant secretary Vinod Tomar was furious with the decision and said their visas were denied on frivolous grounds. "This is something we have never faced before. Despite presenting the Indian government's clearance and an invitation from the world governing body UWW, our wrestlers have been denied visas on the most frivolous ground," said Tomar The assistant secretary said he was confused as to why the officers would think the wrestlers and coaches wouldn't come back to India. "We got the rejection letters this evening (Monday) after we made a request to release the passports as soon as possible. This is really bizarre. I really don't know how the officer came to the conclusion that wrestlers and coaches won't come back to India," Tomar added. Tomar also insisted that the Indian wrestlers were denied an opportunity to shine on the global stage by the Spanish embassy. "Our wrestlers are strong medal contenders, they have denied them the opportunity to shine on the big stage," said Tomar. The chief coach of the Greco-Roman squad and Dronacharya awardee, Mahabir Prasad called for Spain's ban, recounting when United World Wrestling asked for India to allow Pakistani wrestlers for the Asian Championship in 2019. "Spain should be fined and banned. It has already created a huge issue at the Championship. It's a matter of shame for Spain as a country. Our wrestlers lost just an opportunity but Spain has lost face. UWW had said it would ban India if Pakistan were to deny entry for Asian championship in New Delhi. Now that was at Asian level and now this is at the world level. We will see what UWW does now," said Prasad. The Under-23 Wrestling World Championship kicked-off today and will continue till October 23. At the end the 9 who were able to reach despicable Spain did India proud .....1 gold by Aman in 57 men , one silver by ankush in 50 kg women , bronze by Mansi in 59 and 3 bronzes by the GR .... 6 medals out of 9 athletes .... India would have done really well and who knows even won one of the best team championships .... Shame on Spain .... Also @MHSN... This is probably a decent perf by India in GR winning 3 medals ..... What did you feel , sajan has won several medals in juniors but has not really shown anything at senior level..... Rest were new ...... This is our first medals in GR in u23 , Your opinion ......
  7. Majority of the wrestling team visas were rejected on grounds that they were not sure that our athletes would not overstay ..... Does Spain think that some of our best wrestlers would hide and become illegal immigrants in Spain .... Has any Indian athlete in the last 20 overstayed ...... Just disgusted ..... I hope Spain will not be allocated any international event again
  8. dirty behavior by Spain spoiled the under23 world championships for India .....
  9. Victoria 2026 sports: Athletics and Para-Athletics; Badminton; Basketball (3×3 and 3×3 Wheelchair); Boxing; Beach Volleyball; Coastal Rowing; T20 Cricket (Women’s only); Cycling (BMX, Mountain Bike, Road, Track and Para-Track); Diving; Golf; Gymnastics; Hockey; Lawn Bowls and Para Lawn Bowls; Netball; Para-Powerlifting; Rugby Sevens; Shooting and Para-shooting; Squash; Table Tennis and Para-Table Tennis; Triathlon and Para-Triathlon; Weightlifting. well for India .... It's really good to see shooting back.... With the inclusion of para shooting and judo being dropped India will almost surely regain third place beating Canada But on the list of sports.... Really dropping wrestling is stupid... It is one of the CWG sports where you will see some of the top names in action.... India, Nigeria and Canada have a good cast of wrestlers who win medals at the world championships .... rhythmic gymnastics and judo being dropped are welcome the standard of these sports in cwg is pathetic by world standard... Even though India wins medals in judo it is good to drop these sports..... Another cycling event being added is terrible from the global interest point of view so bad choice..... I love the idea of coastal rowing being added 👍 Golf is ok i guess..... But would have preferred more exciting choices like sports climbing
  10. India currently on 1-1-1 ( and one quota place with a 4th in trap by bhowesh in his first ever senior championship ) ..... Suprising me they are performing so well ..... Well beyond my expectations..... Shotgun has been our weak area..... So good to see
  11. The wrestling world championship is an Important championship for india.. Our best Olympic sport...... For me points of interest 1) historically india has been averaging 1-2 medals per competition.... But in 2019 we were able to get 5 medals ( 4 FS, 1 W) .... This competition will give us a sense of where we stand there a genuine improvement ( in juniors and cadets last 4-5 years there has been a huge improvement, we have been ranking 1/2/3 regularly) This time our medal chances would be in men freestyle... free style with ravi kumar ( oly silver medallist) in 57 free, pankaj ( 61 free) - no major senior achievements but defeated rahul aware ( world champ bronze and ravinder dahiya ( u-23 silver) in trials Bajrang ( 65 free) 3 time world champ medallist, naveen 70 free - (world junior silver) , 74 free- sagar jaglan ( world junior bronze) , 97 free - viky ( world junior bronze) .... Unfortunately our 86 free deepak ( world champ silver) is injured 🤕... Or he would be a medal prospect.... In women's free..... Vinesh 53 ( world champ bronze) , 2) will we get a gold medal, we have just one gold around 10 years ago with sushil in 66 Free....
  12. I am not hoping for a medal in GR but a couple of GR wrestlers reaching the QFs would be decent result...
  13. Yes...... We see to have many vickys, ravis etc.... May confuse some opponents, expecting one vicky and the other comes along....
  14. Vicky chahar is the better known of the two, was earlier wrestling in 92 in seniors......Bronze at Cadet Asian in 2016, Won Senior Asia silver 2019 in China. He has also won Bronze in Junior World Championship 2019 Tallinn Estonia aug, 2022 Asian bronze.... Vicky hooda who is selected for 92 is almost unknown but wrestled well in trials but the opposition was very week...
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