09 July 2016

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Boxing Champion Neeraj Goyat Failed to Get Rio 2016 Olympic Ticket

The WBC Asian Champion Neeraj Goyat – 69Kg has recently failed in securing an Olympic berth as he has came down 0-3 in box-off of the Olympic qualifying match of the International Boxing Association for skilled boxers in Vargas, Venezuela. Neeraj the 24-year-old person who lost 0-3 in semi-finals to the Arajik Marutjan of the German in the yesterday’s semifinals has been today beaten up in box-off by the Spaniard Sissokho Ndiaye Youba in order conclude the 3rd qualifier of the Olympics in the category as top slots have been occupied by the finalists. Finally, Neerak has to settle down for the Bronze in the qualifiers.

Boxing Star Neerja Goyat is Out of Summer Olympics 2016 Race

Venezuela Boxing Qualifier Event for Rio Olympic Games

The Olympic qualifiers competition that has been help in Venezuela had a total of 26 quota places i.e., three in each category expect super heavyweight (91+kg) and heavyweight (91kg) among which only those winners will hold the berth at Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The match happened their include boxers from own professional events of the AIBA — AIBA Pro Boxing (APB) and the World Series of Boxing (WSB) in addition to the pro boxers from all across the world. But, no big names in the circuit of the Pro have appeared for the event because of their own reasons.

India will Have Only Three Boxers for Summer Olympics 2016

With the loss of the Neeraj, India has ended up its hopes for getting berth at the Rio at the final qualifying Olympics match in the category of the boxing as Dilbag Singh (81kg) and Gaurav Bidhuri (52kg) had already arched out after the losses in the first-round. With this, India will only be having 3 boxers competing in August Rio Olympics 2016 and they are Manoj Kumar (64kg), Shiva Thapa (56kg) and Vikas Krishan (75kg) as they have overcome the Olympic qualifiers.


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