The Journey of Mary Kom and Her Achievement For India.

Mary Kom is associate Indian boxer WHO has bought laurels to the state by winning prestigious tournaments round the globe and winning medal within the London athletic contest 2012. Jewess Kom was born on twenty fourth November 1982 in Kangathei village, Moirang Lamkhai in Churachandpur district of rural Manipur in Bharat.

She is presently a appointed member of the Rajya Sabha the higher house of the Indian Parliament. She is additionally the national observers for boxing appointed by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India.

Achievements:-

M Kom is that the solely Indian feminine to become World Amateur Boxing champion for a record sixfold, the sole feminine boxer to possess won a medallion in every one of the primary seven World Championships, and also the solely boxer (male or female) to win eight World Championship medals.

She is only Indian feminine boxer to possess qualified for the 2012 Summer athletic contest, competitive within the flyweight (51 kg) class and winning a medal. Mary Kom had additionally been hierarchal because the world’s No. one feminine light-flyweight by the International Boxing Association (amateur) (AIBA).

Mary Kom became the primary Indian feminine boxer to win a medallion within the Asian Games in 2014 at port, Asian nation and is that the initial Indian feminine boxer to win gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games She is additionally the sole boxer to become Asian Amateur Boxing Champion for a record sixfold.

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Mary Kom after winning the Boxing Championship in 2018


National awards:

AwardsYear
Padma Vibhushan (Sports)2020
Padma Bhushan (Sports)2013
Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award2009
Padma Shri (Sports)2006
Arjuna Award (Boxing)2003

Journey of Mary Kom and MEDAL TALLY:

Representing India Mary kom has won a total of 18 medals for the country which include 13 gold, 2 silver and 3 bronze .

National Records and Awards:

  • Gold – 1st Women Nat. Boxing Championship, Chennai 6–12.2.2001
  • The East Open Boxing Champ, Bengal 11–14 December 2001
  • 2nd Sr World Women Boxing Championship, New Delhi 26–30 December 2001
  • National Women Sort Meet, N. Delhi 26–30 December 2001
  • 32nd National Games, Hyderabad 2002
  • 3rd Sr World Women Boxing Champ, Aizawl 4–8.3.2003
  • 4th Sr WWBC, Kokrajar, Assam 24–28 February 2004
  • 5th Sr WWBC, Kerala 26–30 December 2004
  • 6th Sr WWBC, Jamshedpur 29 November-3.12.2005
  • 10th WNBC, Jamshedpur lost QF by 1–4 on 5 October 2009

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