The young person beat Brazil’s Bianca Reis in the ladies’ – 57kg last to leave a mark on the world for India.
Linthoi Chanambam turns out to be first Indian to be delegated world recruit judo champion Indian judoka Linthoi Chanambam impacted. The world forever as she won the gold decoration at the world trainee judo titles 2022 in the ladies’ – 57kg class in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina on Friday.
The teen from Manipur is the primary Indian to win gold on the planet judo titles in any classification. Young person Linthoi Chanambam turns out to be very first Indian. delegated Judo title holder in any age bunch.
The 15-year-old from Manipur crushed Brazil’s Bianca Reis to complete on top of the platform in the ladies. 57kg challenge held in the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Indian youngster Linthoi Chanambam guaranteed a memorable gold at the World Cadet Judo Championship in Sarajevo. Turning into the first from the country to win a decoration in the competition across any age bunch.
The 15-year-old from Manipur crushed Brazil’s Bianca Reis to complete on top of the platform in the ladies’ 57kg challenge held in the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
“LINTHOI WINS first EVER GOLD AT WORLDS. Ruling Asian Champion Linthoi Chanambam (W-57kg) routs Bianca Reis 1-0 to succeed at Cadet World C’ships 2022.
She scripts history to become Champion by winning first ever decoration for India at the Worlds across any age-bunch,” the Sports Authority of India (SAI) said in a tweet on Friday. According to SAI, Linthoi is a ‘TOPScheme’ improvement bunch competitor.
In July, she won a gold and opened India’s decoration account on. the third day of the Asian Cadet and Junior Judo Championship 2022 in Bangkok.
I just know that I’m exceptionally content with this triumph. I desire to expand on this,” Linthoi Chanambam said after her memorable triumph.
She had likewise won the silver award at the 2021 Asia-Oceania Junior Championships and bronze at the 2021 Asia-Oceania Cadet Championships.
India sent two judokas to the world trainee titles. Ishroop Narang will be in real life in the ladies’ +70kg classification on Saturday.