- Indian Boxer Lovline Borgohain reaches in Quarter-final in Women’s Welterweight Boxing.
- Lovline Borgohain won the bronze medal in 2018 and 2019 AIBA Championships.
- She gives a great competition to his competitor.
TOKYO OLYMPICS 2020: Indian boxer Lovlina Borgohain has made a strong debut at the Tokyo Olympics. Assam’s first female boxer at the Games stunned veteran German boxer Nadine Apetz at the Kokugikan Arena on Tuesday.
Borgohain got an Olympic berth in the 69kg with a 5-0 success over Uzbekistan’s Mafunakhon Melieva at the 2020 Asia and Oceania Boxing Olympic Qualification Tournament. With this, she has become the main player from Assam to qualify the bill for the Olympics. She lost in a consistent 5–0 decision to the 2018 AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships silver medalist Gu Hong of China and closed down with a bronze medal. In the Asian Olympic Qualifiers.
Lovlina gave extreme competition to her opponent in this match. Germany’s Nedan didn’t have the solution to his strong punch. She gives a great competition in the first round to beat Nedin 3-2.
Onwards! 🥊🔥— #Tokyo2020 for India (@Tokyo2020hi) July 27, 2021
Power packed punching from Lovlina Borgohain lands her a last eight slot as she wins 3-2 against Nadine Apetz of #GER in the women’s 69kg welterweight category! 👏 #IND #Tokyo2020 | #StrongerTogether | #UnitedByEmotion | @LovlinaBorgohai pic.twitter.com/Y9rserNmyR
LOVLINE BORAGOHAIN ACHIEVEMENTS
IN 2018 AIBA CHAMPIONSHIPS: First time the AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championship, she representing India, held in New Delhi, where she won a bronze medal in the Welterweight (69kg) category on 23 November 2018.
IN 2019 AIBA CHAMPIONSHIPS: Borgohain was selected without being given a trial for her second Women’s World Boxing Championships (2019) in Ulan-Ude, Russia from 3 to 13 October. She lost 2-3 to Yang Liu of China in the semi-finals of the 69kg category and she got a bronze medal.
WHO IS LOVLINE BORAGOHAIN?
Lovline Boragohan was born on 2 October 1997 in the Golaghat district of Assam. She is an Indian amateur female boxer who won a bronze medal at the 2018 AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships and the 2019 AIBA Women’s World Boxing. She won a gold medal in the first India Open International Boxing Tournament held in New Delhi and a silver medal in the second India Open International Boxing Tournament held in Guwahati.