India wins 4 medals in Asian Amateur Boxing Championship 2015: All you need to know

first_imgThe 28th edition of Asian Amateur Boxing Championship was organised in Bangkok, Thailand from August 26, 2015 to September 5, 2015. Kazakhstan led the medal table with 7 medals (1 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze), followed by Uzbekistan with 8 medals (2 Gold, 5 Silver, 1 Bronze) and Thailand ended up third with 2 medals (2 Gold).India finished sixth on the medal table with 4 medals (1 Silver, 3 Bronze). India had the third highest number of medals after Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan. India’s  boxer, Vikas Krishan Yadav won a silver medal in Middleweight 75 kg event. The other three bronze medals came from Devendro Singh who won in Light flyweight 49 kg event, Shiva Thapa who won the medal in Bantamweight 56 kg event and Satish Kumar who won the medal in Super heavyweight +91 kg event.This year, the Boxing Championship was the biggest competition with 188 boxers from 28 nations. Out of 28 countries, 15 countries won a medal, individually and about 66 boxers this year qualified for  DOHA 2015 AIBA World Boxing Championship through Asian Boxing Tournament.The final medal list as the 15th World Championship in Athletics concluded on September 5:1. Kazakhstan: 7 medals (5 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze)2. Uzbekistan: 8 medals (2 Gold, 5 Silver, 1 Bronze)3. Thailand: 2 medals (2 Gold)4. Mongolia: 3 medals (1 Gold, 2 Bronze)5. Philippines: 2 medals (2 Silver)6. India: 4 medals (1 Silver, 3 Bronze)7. China: 2 medals (1 Silver, 1 Bronze)8. Iran: 3 medals (3 Bronze)9. Japan: 2 medals (2 Bronze)10. Iraq: 1 medal (1 Bronze)10. Jordan: 1 medal (1 Bronze)10. Kyrgyzstan: 1 medal (1 Bronze)10. South Korea: 1 medal (1 Bronze)10. Syria: 1 medal (1 Bronze)10. Tajikistan: 1 medal (1 Bronze)last_img read more