National boxing trials: Olympian Sangwan falls to Tanwar

The top four finishers in each weight category are likely to feature in the India Open tournament to be held in Delhi from January 28.

Olympian and Asian championship silver medallist Sumit Sangwan's loss to Naman Tanwar in the 91kg final was the major highlight of the recent national men’s boxing selection trials held in Patiala.

The top four finishers in each weight category are likely to feature in the India Open tournament to be held in Delhi from January 28. India will field four teams in the international event.

 

49kg: 1. Amit, 2. Sachin, 3. Himanshu Sharma and Shyam Kumar Kakar

52kg: 1. Gourav Solanki, 2. Kavinder Singh Bist, 3. Salman Shaikh and Ladinmawia

56kg: 1. Mohammad Hussaddin, 2. Madan Lal, 3. Varinder Singh and Etash Khan

60kg: 1. Shiva Thapa, 2. Ankush Dahiya, 3. Buntee Singh and Manish

64kg: Dheeraj, 2. Rohit Tokas, 3. Ashish and Ankit Khatana

69kg: 1. Manoj Kumar, 2. Duryodhan Singh Negi, 3. Dinesh Dagar and Pawan Kumar

75kg: 1. Vikas Krishan, 2. Mandeep Jangra, 3. Vanlalpuia and Ashish Kumar

81kg: 1. Manish Panwar, 2. Brijesh Yadav, 3. Devanshu Jaswal and Neel Kamal Singh

91kg: 1. Naman Tanwar, 2. Sumit Sangwan, 3. Sanjeet and Verender

+91kg: 1. Satish Kumar, 2. Parveen Kumar, 3. Narender and Abhay Pratap Singh

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