first_img boxingIndiaIndian BoxingJamuna Boro First Published: October 10, 2019, 8:39 PM IST Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. Ulan-Ude: Indian women boxers had a fantastic day at the ongoing Women’s World Boxing Championships on Thursday as four of them — MC Mary Kom, Manju Rani, Jamuna Boro and Lovlina Borgohain won their respective quarterfinal bouts and assured the nation of four medals in the event.Six-time champion Mary Kom assured herself a record-extending eighth medal at the championships after progressing to the semifinals. She defeated Ingrit Valencia Victor of Colombia with a unanimous 5:0 verdict in her last-eight match. Mary Kom, chasing her first world medal in the 51 kg division, used her experience to great advantage and defended brilliantly against the Rio Olympic bronze medallist. The judges’ points at the end stood 29-28, 30-27, 29-28, 30-27, 29-28 in Mary Kom’s favour.She will now face second seed Busenaz Cakiroglu of Turkey on Saturday in the semifinals.After her, Manju assured India of their second medal at the event after stunning top seed Kim Hyang Mi of North Korea to make it to the semi-finals in 48 kg division.Sixth-seeded Manju, playing her first World Championships, defeated Kim by a 4-1 verdict in their last-eight match. Kim had won bronze in the 2018 edition of the world championships that was held in New Delhi.The judges’ points at the end of the quarter-final bout stood 29-28, 30-27, 29-28, 28-29, 29-28 in Manju’s favour.The third medal assurance came for India as Jamuna (54 kg) got the better of Germany’s Ursula Gottlob by 4-1. The judges points for the Assam pugilist read 30-27, 29-28, 28-29, 29-28 and 29-28.🇮🇳’s THIRD MEDAL ASSURED! 💪👏@Jamunaboro1 did not back off from attacking and has been rewarded with her maiden medal at the #AIBAWomenWorldBoxingChampionship.WHAT A PERFORMANCE!🔥#PunchMeinHaiDum #boxing pic.twitter.com/laYTrN7vzx— Boxing Federation (@BFI_official) October 10, 2019Lovlina (69 kg) also maintained India’s good run at the championship as she defeated European Games Champion Karolina Koszewska of Poland by 4-1 to enter the semifinal. The judge’s points for her was 28-29, 29-28,29-28, 29-28 and 30-27. India’s Medal No.4️⃣!!!!! 🔥@LovlinaBorgohai played smartly and waited for her moments to land some effective punches as her opponent started looking tired. Lovlina thus secures her 2nd WC medal!!! Kudos champ!👏#PunchMeinHaiDum #boxing pic.twitter.com/3SuPcy2hsI — Boxing Federation (@BFI_official) October 10, 2019However, there was disappointment for Kavita Chahal who lost her quarterfinal bout to Belarus’ Kavaleva Katsiaryna 1:4 in the +81 kg weight category.Earlier in the day after entering the semis, Mary Kom had said: “I am quite happy after winning the quarterfinal. I will try my best to do better and get a gold medal.” last_img