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Mary Kom, Amit Panghal, Pooja Rani, Vikas Krishan draw, opponents, schedule, all you need to know

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India at the Tokyo Olympics: Boxing LIVE: Mary Kom, Amit Panghal, Puja Rani, Vikas Krishan draw, opponents, schedule, everything you need to know – follow live updates

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Senior researcher MC Mary Kom announces that she will bring home a medal

The Indian flag bearer will compete in the Olympics in the boxing weight class and he is a favorite to win a medal in this category. She won a silver medal in the opening bout of women’s boxing at the Olympics. If she wins a medal here, she will be the first Indian woman to win two individual Olympic medals.

Read about other medal prospects here.

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Boxing at the Tokyo Olympics: Live: India at the Tokyo Olympics – Indian boxers Tokyo Olympics: Do Indian boxers fight over their weight?

At the 2020 Olympics, India will send a record number of boxers, five men and four women boxers. Once again, all eyes are on Mary Com and Amit Panghal, the world’s number one boxer in her category. It should not be forgotten that the other seven boxers also have high skills and have a chance to finish on the podium.

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@ 10:50 a.m.: Tokyo Olympics Indian boxers

Amit Pangal

Amit Panghal will represent India in the weight category up to 52 kg at the Tokyo Olympics. He is the king of the world and a favorite of the Olympic hostage in this category. This 25-year-old has received many international accolades in his name and qualified for the Olympics after defeating Carla Palam in the quarterfinals of the Olympic qualifiers.

Manish Kaushik

Manish Kaushik will represent India at the Tokyo Olympics in the 63kg weight class. He lost to Chinzorig Baatarsukh of Mongolia in the quarterfinals of the Asian Olympic qualifiers. However, another chance in this group still allowed him one last chance to face Australia’s Harry Garcide. Six places were allocated for this category and he was one of them.

Vikas Krishan Yadav

Vikas Krishan Yadav will represent India at the Tokyo Olympics in the 69kg weight class. This will be his third Olympics and he qualified for the Olympics by defeating Sevonrets Okazawa of Japan in the Asian Olympic qualifiers. He has several achievements such as medals at the Asian Games, the Union Games and the World Championships.

Ashish Kumar

Vikas Krishan Yadav will represent India at the Tokyo Olympics in the 75-kilogram weight class. In March 2020, he reached the semifinals of the Asia-Pacific Boxing Olympics 2020 in Amman and qualified for the 2020 Summer Olympics. His main achievement is winning a silver medal at the 2019 Asian Championships in Bangkok.

Sales Kumar

Satish Kumar will represent India at the Tokyo Olympics in the 91kg weight class. The 32-year-old boxer competed in the semifinals of the 2020 Asian-Oceanian Boxing Olympics in Amman and became the first Indian boxer to qualify for the Olympics. Some of his major achievements are a bronze medal at the 2014 Asian Games and a silver medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

MC Mary Kom

MC Mary Kom will represent India at the Tokyo Olympics in the 51kg weight class. The six-time world champion and former Olympic bronze medalist defeated Ireland’s Magno of the Philippines in the quarterfinals of the Olympic qualifiers to advance to the Olympics. The 38-year-old has every medal on his shoulder and is trying to add another medal in this Olympics.

Puja Rani

Puja Rani will represent India at the Tokyo Olympics in the 75kg weight class. The Asian champion defeated Thai boxer Pornipa Chute in the quarterfinals of the Asian qualifying tournament and qualified for the Tokyo Olympics. His most notable performances are bronze at the 2014 Asian Games and gold at the 2021 Asian Championships.

Simranjit Kaur

Simranjit Kaur will represent India at the Tokyo Olympics in the 60kg weight class. He qualified for the Tokyo Olympics by defeating Namuun Monkhor in the quarterfinals of the Asian qualifiers. The 26-year-old boxer also won a World Cup medal in his name when he won a bronze medal in the 2018 edition.

Lovlina Borgoin

Lovlina Borgoin will represent India at the Tokyo Olympics in the 69kg weight class. The two-time bronze medalist of the World Championship in the quarterfinals of the Asian Olympic qualifying tournament Maftunakhon Melieva defeated Uzbekistan and qualified for the Tokyo Olympics. His most notable performances are two bronze medals at the World Cup and two bronze medals at the Asian Championships.

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Boxing at the Tokyo Olympics: Live: India at the Tokyo Olympics – Boxing Schedule at the Tokyo Olympics

July 24

8:00 AM: Women’s 32nd Weight Half Round (Lovlina Borgoin)

9:54 a.m.: Men’s 32-pound middleweight (Vikas Krishan)

July 25

7:30 a.m.: Women’s Weight Round 32 (Mary Com)

8:48 a.m.: Men’s Lightweight Round of 32 (Manish Kaushik)

July 26

7:30 a.m.: Weightlifting Round 32 (Amit Pangal)

9:06 a.m.: Men’s 32-pound middleweight (Ashish Kumar)

July 27

7:30 a.m.: Men’s Weight 16 semifinals (Vikas Krishan – if applicable)

9:36 a.m.: 32nd Women’s Lightweight Round (Simranjit Kaur)

10:09 a.m.: Women’s 32nd Weight Round (Lovlina Borgoin – if applicable)

July 28

8:00 a.m.: Women’s 16-pound middleweight (Puja Rani)

July 29

7:30 a.m.: Average weight class for 16 men (Ashish Kumar – if applicable)

8:33 AM: Men’s super heavyweight round 16 (Satish Kumar)

9:36 a.m.: Women’s Weight Round Round 16 (Mary Com – if applicable)

July 30:

7:30 a.m.: Women’s Lightweight Round 16 (Simranjit Kaur – if applicable)

July 31 to August 8:

All categories (Finals and medal matches – if boxers match)

Boxing this time will be one of India’s best bets at the Tokyo Olympics. India has won two medals to date on the Olympic stage and with the presence of world number 1 Amit Panghal, MC Mary Com and others India is expected to add even more to its Olympic kite in Tokyo. Follow Indian boxers only on InsideSport.co and watch Tokyo Olympic boxing LIVE Streaming on SonyLIV

India at the Tokyo Olympics – Tokyo Olympics schedule:

Details of the Tokyo Olympics boxing process and all other details – All Tokyo Olympic boxing matches will be broadcast live on SonyLIV in India and watch them LIVE InsideSport.co.

History of Indian boxing in the Olympics: Let’s take a look at the two medals won by Wijender Singh and MC Mary Com

2008 Beijing Olympics

Vijender Singh became the first Indian boxer to win an individual Olympic medal. He won a bronze medal in middleweight after losing to Cuban Emile Correa 5-8.

London 2012 Olympics

Six-time world champion MC Mary Kom won a bronze medal in this Olympics. He lost in the semifinals to Nicola Adams 6-11.

Details of the Tokyo Olympics boxing process and all other details – All Tokyo Olympic boxing matches will be broadcast live on SonyLIV in India and watch them LIVE InsideSport.co.

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