Istanbul [Turkey]May 11 (ANI): Nikhat Zarin, Parvin and Manisha made powerful performances to extend India’s unbeaten streak at the 12th Women’s World Boxing Championships with a dominant victory in Istanbul on Wednesday.

Going to the second round, the bronze medalist of the 2019 Asian Championship Nihat was ahead of the Mexican Herrera Alvarez in the category up to 52 kg by unanimous decision, while Parvin also defeated Maria Bova from Ukraine by a similar margin.

Manisha (57 kg), who said goodbye in the first round, also easily beat the Nepalese Kala Tapa with a score of 5: 0 and made it to the third round to 57 kg.

The 25-year-old Nihat from Telangana, who won a gold medal at the tournament in Strandzha in February, was in complete control of himself and showed brilliant tactics. The Mexican boxer tried his best, but it was not enough, because Nihat took advantage of his range and continued to attack with several sharp and accurate blows before tilting the result in his favor without sweating. It was India’s second victory on the third day of competition after Parveen became a great start to the day. The boxer from Rohtak completely dominated in the first fight up to 63 kg, when she attacked from the very beginning. She not only perfectly distributed her shots, but also impressed in defense. Demonstrating sharp reflexes, Parvin struck a few clear blows, and her relentless attack repeatedly upset her Ukrainian rival when she completed a comfortable victory.

After an impressive start to his campaign, Nihat will now meet the bronze medalist of the 2021 Asian Championship with Mongolia’s Lucaihani Altanzaceg in the next round, and Parvin will meet with former US Youth Olympic champion Jajaira Gonzalez from the USA in the quarterfinals. , another Indian boxer Saui (75 kg) will also start his challenge at the prestigious tournament, which witnessed high-voltage competitions in the presence of a record 310 boxers from 73 countries. She will meet English Carrie Davis.

This year’s event, which marks the 20th anniversary of the Women’s IBA World Championships, will run until May 20, 2021. Bronze medalist of the Asian Championship Jaismin, Anamika and Shiksha will start their campaign in the 1/8 finals on Thursday. Jaismin will meet the two-time Asian champion in the youth category in the category up to 60 kg Porntip Boap from Thailand, and Anamika (50 kg) will fight with Romanian Eugenia Angel. Shiksha, who said goodbye in the first round, will play against Argentine Herrera Milagros Rosario in the match up to 54 kg.

At the last tournament, which took place in Russia in 2019, Indian boxers won one silver and three bronze medals. (ANI)

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