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Sunday, July 29, 2012

Vijender & Jai Bhagwan move up - cheers to India

Olympics 2012 has so far not been the brilliant best for India. There is lot of expectation from pugilists as there were entries in Lightflyweight, bantamweight, lightweight, lightwelterweight, welterweight, middleweight and lightheavyweight categories from India.
Shiv Thapa lost to his Mexican opponent in the bantam weight category.  Ace Indian boxer, our favourite  Vijender Singh recorded an easy win against Kazakhstan's Danabek Sukhanov to advance to the round of 16 of the 2012 London Olympic Games.  Vijender is now one bout away from a place in the quarter-finals in the middleweight (75kg) class.  He pounded his way to a solid 14-10 victory.   We pray that the Indian medal winner in Beijing 2008 betters his own performance this time.  All the best to India and to him.
There is something more to cheer and Jai Bhagwan moved into the round of 16 with a convincing 18-8 victory over Andrique Allisop of Seychelles a few minutes ago.                

The lightweight category is 60 kgs.   Bouts take place over three rounds of three minutes each. Boxers score points for every punch they land successfully on their opponent’s head or upper body.  If a boxer is knocked to the ground and fails to get up within a count of 10 from the referee, the bout is over. The event is run in a single elimination format. . The winners of the two semi-finals compete for the gold medal. The losers of the semi-finals are each awarded a bronze.

Hopefully, we start our medal tally soon and kudos to our boxers

With regards – S. Sampathkumar
29th July 2012 @ 8 pm.

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