Simranjit Kaur Journey. On 10th july 1995, Simranjit Kaur Baatth was born who is an Indian amateur boxer from Punjab. Since 2011, she has represented India internationally.
At the 2018 AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships Kaur won a bronze medal for India. At the Ahmet Comert International Boxing Tournament in Istanbul, Turkey she was a part of the Indian women’s boxing contingent and she won a gold medal in the 64kg category. From Punjab Baatth is First Girl who Will participate in Olympic in Boxing. She got Olympic Ticket for Tokyo 2020 on 9 March.
Simranjit Kaur’s Boxing Career:
At the 6th Junior Women National Boxing Championship in Patiala in 2011, Kaur won a bronze medal.
At the 4th Inter-Zonal Women National Boxing Championship in Vishakhapatnam in 2012, she won a bronze and a silver medal and at the 8th Junior Women National Boxing Championship in Patiala.
Championship in New Bongaigaon, Guwahati in 2015, she won a bronze medal at the 16th Senior (Elite) Women National Boxing.
Simranjit Kaur Journey at Ahmet Comert International Boxing Tournament:
At the Ahmet Comert International Boxing Tournament in Istanbul, Turkey in 2018, she won gold in the 64kg category, along with Monika and Bhagyabati Kachari who also won a gold medal in the 48kg and 81kg respectively. Kaur was a part of the 10-members Indian squad, held at New Delhi, India and led by Mary Kom at the 2018 AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships and at the Light welterweight category for India she went on to win the bronze medal.
At Labuan Baju, Indonesia in 2019, Kaur won a gold medal in the 23rd President’s Cup International Boxing Tournament held.
In Amman, Jordan in March 2020 to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics Simranjit Kaur clinched silver after losing her final bout in the women’s lightweight (57-60kg) division at the Asian boxing Olympic qualifiers.