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Olympic-bound defending champion Pooja Rani (75kg) was the lone Indian to clinch a gold.

Pooja Rani (75 kg) in motion throughout her 5-0 win towards Mavluda Movlonova of Uzbekistan as she secured first gold medal for India at ASBC Asian Championships in Dubai. BFI

New Delhi It was a ten on 10 for Indian ladies boxers so far as clinching medals on the Asian Championship was involved however nationwide head coach Mohammed Ali Qamar believes the gold depend may have been greater than one if their coaching had not been disrupted by COVID-19 .

The Indian ladies’s boxing workforce might be returning with one gold, three silver and 6 bronze medals from the occasion in Dubai, making certain that each one 10 weight classes featured an Indian medallist.

Seven of those medals have been secured on the day of attracts itself due to the small dimension of competitors.

“I’m very happy with the efficiency general. Sure, we may have gotten extra gold medals however on condition that we hardly received to coach earlier than the championships, I can not complain,” Ali Qamar advised PTI.

“All of the silver-winners misplaced very shut bouts and gave it their greatest. As a coach there may be nothing extra I can ask for,” he added.

Ali Qamar was referring to the 2-3 losses endured by the Olympic-bound MC Mary Kom (51kg), and match debutants Lalbuatsaihi (64kg) and Anupama (81+kg). All three of them fought draining contests and fell quick solely marginally.

Olympic-bound defending champion Pooja Rani (75kg) was the lone Indian to clinch a gold.

Apparently the championship bout was her first and solely outing of the competitors as she received a bye into the semifinals and a walkover into the finals.

The match correct won’t have been all that taxing however ladies boxers had a tricky time getting ready for the occasion, which was to be held in India initially however shifted to Dubai due to the escalating COVID-19 disaster.

Their nationwide camp in Delhi’s Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium was halted after a number of COVID circumstances got here to gentle.

These contaminated included Ali Qamar and girls’s boxing’s Excessive Efficiency Director Rafaelle Bergamasco.

Coaching was subsequently organised in Pune’s Military Sports activities Institute a few weeks earlier than the workforce’s departure for Dubai and solely a handful of Olympic-bound boxers, together with Mary Kom, turned up for it.

“Mary had an excellent match general. She misplaced within the last however for my part the ultimate spherical had been received by her however that is sport, you may’t do a lot. With restricted coaching, her efficiency is de facto praiseworthy,” mentioned Ali Qamar, who additionally grew to become a 3 star coach by finishing his course through the match.

Among the many Olympic-bound group Lovlina Borgohain (69kg) and Simranjit Kaur (60kg) misplaced of their opening bouts.

Kaur had entered the competitors days after recovering from COVID-19 which had are available the way in which of her resuming coaching in Pune.

The nationwide camp will now keep in Pune as soon as the workforce comes again from Dubai.

“Coaching might be held in Pune solely until Olympics. There isn’t any different plan. It is a wonderful facility,” Ali Qamar mentioned.

Pooja had been coaching at Bengaluru’s Encourage Institute of Sports activities (IIS) earlier than the match. It stays to be seen whether or not she heads again there or joins the others in Pune.

“I’m very comfortable as a result of this match has additionally helped us put together for the Olympics. It was a vital match for us,” mentioned Pooja, whose tally of medals on the occasion has now gone as much as 4.

Aside from the successive gold medals, she had received a silver in 2012 and a bronze within the 2015 version of the showpiece.

It has been fairly a journey for the Bhiwani-boxer, who battled accidents and “a sense of being completed” between 2016 and 2018.

The setbacks of that part included a burnt hand, and a career-threatening shoulder drawback for which she was really useful surgical procedure.

The 30-year-old determined towards it and relied on physiotherapy to struggle her approach again to the Asian gold in 2019.

She did not look again after that and certified for her maiden Olympic look final 12 months.

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Updated: May 31, 2021 — 7:06 am

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