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Haryana emerged triumphant at the 3rd Sub Junior National Championship held at the Shaheed Vijay Singh Pathik Sporting activities Intricate in Higher Noida. Clinching both equally the boys and women crew titles, Haryana showcased their prowess with an remarkable merged medal tally of 19.

In the girls’ section, Haryana reaffirmed their standing as reigning champions, defending their title by topping the table with an remarkable 64 details. Their stellar overall performance incorporated securing 10 medals, highlighted by seven gold, just one silver, and two bronze medals. Notably, six out of seven Haryana boxers claimed victories with unanimous 5- selections, showcasing their dominance in the ring.

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The prestigious BFI tournament held in Better Noida arrived to an finish on 2️⃣5️⃣th March with CSR partners @RECLindia funding the prize cash 🥳

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Diya (61kg) secured a resounding 5- victory in opposition to Delhi’s Yashika and was rightfully awarded the title of the most effective boxer for her impressive overall performance in the course of the championship. Other gold medallists for Haryana in the girls’ category integrated Bhoomi (35kg), Nischal Sharma (37kg), Rakhi (43kg), Naitik (52kg), Navya (55kg), and Sukhreet (64kg).

In the boys’ category, Haryana continued to glow, clinching nine medals, which includes 6 gold, two silver, and a single bronze, to safe the prime situation with 62 details. Led by Uday Singh, Haryana’s boxers displayed extraordinary ability and willpower, with just about every finalist securing victories in their respective excess weight categories.

The event, which witnessed the participation of 612 boxers, which includes 337 boys and 275 women, showcased the increasing talent in the area of boxing throughout the nation. Uttar Pradesh’s Bhavya Pratap, who emerged victorious in the boys’ 61kg final, was awarded the title of the greatest boxer, even though Vishu Pal (35kg) from Haryana been given the most promising boxer award in the boys’ class for his standout functionality.

With their stellar demonstrating at the 3rd Sub Junior Countrywide Championship, Haryana once once again asserted their dominance in the nationwide boxing circuit, solidifying their status as a powerhouse in the sport.

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