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The Women’s National Championships have reached their finals thanks to Nikhat Zareen and Lovlina Borgohain

Manju Rani, a silver medalist at the 2019 World Championships (48 kg), and Jyoti Gulia, a 2017 World Youth Champion (52 kg), were two of the eight Railways boxers who made it to the summit match.

Nikhat Zareen, who is currently the World Champion, and Lovlina Borgohain, who won a bronze medal at the Olympics in Tokyo, continued their impressive run to reach the Women’s National Championships finals on Sunday in Bhopal.

Manju Rani, who won the silver medal at the World Championships in 2019 at 48 kg, and Jyoti Gulia, who won the World Youth Championship at 52 kg in 2017, were two of the eight Railways boxers who made it to the summit matchup.

In the semifinals, Telangana’s Nikhat (50 kg) defeated AIP’s Shavinder Kaur 5-0 to meet Anamika for the prized yellow metal. Lovlina of Assam (75 kg) defeated Jigyasa Rajput of Madhya Pradesh by unanimous decision to advance to the finals. She was up against a straightforward rival. She will go after the gold decoration against SSCB’s Arundhati Choudhary, who brought home the World Youth Title in 2021.

In any case, the rules were set by the current champion Rail route Sports Advancement Board (RSPB), who had eight of their fighters give excellent performances throughout the competition.

Manju fought Anjali Sharma of Madhya Pradesh with great composure in a one-sided fight. She used a long reach and won the match, 5-0, to set up a final date with S Kalaivani of Tamil Nadu. Jyoti took some time to analyze her opponent’s strategy after a sluggish start against Sonia from Uttar Pradesh.

She returned in the final two rounds despite this, played from a distance, and frequently landed punches to win 4-1 in her favor. She will compete against SSCB’s Sakshi in the final. The other six Railways boxers who made it to the finals were Anupama (50 kg), Shikhsa (54 kg), Poonam (60 kg), Shashi (63 kg), Anupama (81 kg), and Nupur (81+ kg).

Both Manisha, who won bronze at the World Championships last year at a weight of 57 kilograms, and Simranjit Kaur, who won bronze at the World Championships at a weight of 60 kilograms, continued their strong runs to reach the final. Manisha won bronze at the World Championships last year. With a weight of 57 kilograms, Manisha won bronze at the World Championships. Manisha won bronze at the World Championships, weighing 57 kilograms.

Manisha defeated RSPB’s Sonia Lather 4-1 in a close contest, and she will face Vinakshi of Himachal Pradesh in the final. With a 5-0 unanimous decision, Simranjit defeated AIP’s Kros Hmangaihsangi comfortably.

She will compete against Poonam of the RSPB in the summit battle.

302 boxers compete in 12 weight classes in the prestigious competition that is currently taking place. The finals will take place on Monday.

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