India 2nd in C'wealth Championship

Updated: 25 February 2007 08:48 IST

India won six medals, including two gold, to finish a creditable 2nd in Commonwealth Amateur Boxing Championships in Kuala Lumpur.

India 2nd in C'wealth Championship
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Kuala Lumpur:

India won six medals, including two gold, to finish a creditable second in the Commonwealth Amateur Boxing Championships which concluded in Kuala Lumpur today. Arjuna awardee Mohd Ali Qamar and Jitender Kumar were India's golden boys, winning the title in the Light Fly weight and Light Heavy weight classes respectively. India missed a third gold when Ramanand went down in the Light weight final to settle for the silver. The three bronze medal winners were Akhil Kumar (Fly weight), Diwakar Prasad (Bantam weight) and V Johnson (Heavy Weight).
(PTI)

Topics : Boxing
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