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Indian Pugilists looking for Boxing Glory

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Four years back at the Beijing Olympic Games in 2008, the only hope India had of securing a medal in boxing was Vijender Singh, who lived up to the prayers and hope of the nation to win the Bronze Medal, narrowly missing out on securing the Silver Medal by reaching the final. And four years down the line, the talented pugilist has plenty of able reinforcements to share the weight and burden of expectations and lead the country to glory at the upcoming Olympic Games in London.


INDIANS RISE ON BOXING STAGE

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In what was a great event for Indian women’s boxing, their pugilists M.C. Mary Kom and L. Sarita Devi won Gold in their respective clashes as the team ended up with a haul of two Gold medals, four Silver medals and two Bronze medals at the 6th Asian Women’s Championships that was held in Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia.

Furthermore, the Indian team also bagged the overall runners up trophy, coming just behind China which bagged top honors at the event.


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