Mary Kom secured a record 6th Gold

Mary Kom secured a record 6th Gold

India’s incredible boxer Mary Kom on Saturday secured a record 6th Gold in the Women’s World Boxing Championship, which was held at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium in New Delhi. Mary Kom crushed Ukraine’s Hanna Okota in a consistent 5-0 decision by the judges. After Mary Kom’s memorable win at the World Boxing Championship, Prime Minister Narendra Modi complimented her for packing the gold decoration and said it is a pleased minute for Indian games. PM Modi further said that the way Mary Kom has sought after games is amazingly rousing at the world stage.

MC Mary Kom won a record 6th gold award and turned into the first historically speaking pugilist to win six big showdown golds in the wake of breaking a long-lasting record of Irish boxer Katie Taylor. Mary’s first gold decoration at the big showdowns returned path in 2002, trailed by golds at 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2010 version of the world boxing titles.

“As a matter of first importance, I might want to thank every one of my fans. Much obliged to you all, I don’t have anything to give you. What I can give you is a gold for the nation. They came particularly for me and the Indian unexpected. Today, I was somewhat enthusiastic in light of the fact that throughout the previous couple of years, I was not ready to battle in 48 kg class,” said Mary Kom after her win against Hanna Okota.

“I needed to bounce to different classes. The exertion was exceptionally trying for me. On account of your adoration and support, I would like to meet all requirements for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. I couldn’t meet all requirements for Rio Games. I am as yet enduring. I can without much of a stretch give a gold in the 48 kg classification, however 51 kg, it’s troublesome on the grounds that different boxers may have a stature advantage,” she included.

Sports Minister and Olympic silver medallist Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore likewise saluted Mary Kom after her noteworthy win in the 48 kg class. He featured his tweet by composing ‘Superb MARY’


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