A Great Winning Streak At The Tokyo Olympics By Lovlina Borgohain

India’s Lovlina Borgohain got back a bronze honor from the Tokyo Olympics in the wake of losing her semi-last meeting in women’s welterweight (64-69kg) boxing to Busenaz Surmeneli of Turkey through a reliable decision on Wednesday.

Borgohain transformed into the third Indian contender after Vijender Singh and MC Mary Kom to win an honor at the Olympic Games.

The two pugilists got moving on a vigilant note at this point, Surmeneli, who is the legitimate champion in the class, won the opening round by a score of 5-0 to grab an early advantage. 

Both The Competitors Gave A Decent Battle To One Another 

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Borgohain tried to fight back in the accompanying round yet struggled to break Surmeneli’s resolute gatekeeper. She moreover had a point deducted, having earlier gotten a notification, in the wake of dealing with a punch on Surmeneli while the fighters were being segregated by the mediator. 

At Long Last The Medal Is Our Own At This Point 

Earlier, Borgohain, who is a medallist at the AIBA World Championships, had squashed Germany’s Nadine Apetz by a separate decision (3-2) in the Round of 16 in the wake of getting a bye in the opening round.

In the quarterfinals, the warrior from Assam beat Chinese Taipei’s Chen Nien-jaw by a split decision of 4-1 to end up being only the second Indian woman contender to get an honor at the Olympics.

Boxing extraordinary mary kom had won a bronze honor at the London Olympics in 2012. 

With Borgohain’s setback on Wednesday, India’s central goal in boxing at the Tokyo Olympics arrived at a resolution.

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