Lovlina Borgohain in last-8, one win away from bronze - rctim.com

Lovlina Borgohain in last-8, one win away from bronze - rctim.com

Making her Olympics debut, Lovlina Borgohain superior to the quarterfinals of the 69kg class in ladies’s boxing, defeating German veteran Nadine Apetz in a closely-fought pre-quarterfinal bout immediately.

Borgohain, the lone Indian boxer in motion on the day, prevailed 3-2 over her rival, who’s 12 years her senior. Each the boxers had been making their Video games debut and Borgohain grew to become the primary from the nine-member Indian group to make the quarterfinal stage.

The 23-year-old confirmed nice poise in a tense contest to triumph by the thinnest of margins. She claimed all of the three rounds on break up factors. The 35-year-old Apetz was the primary German girl to qualify for a boxing occasion on the Olympics. She is a two-time world championship bronze-medallist, a former European champion and is pursuing a PhD in neuroscience. “There was no level in being too offensive, Lovlina was good sufficient to maintain the rating ticking by hitting on counterattack,” nationwide ladies’s coach Mohammed Ali Qamar stated. Borgohain is a two-time World and Asian Championships bronze-medallist. — PTI


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