The inspiration of Hindustan youth, star boxer MC Mary Kom has created history. Mary Kom won the gold medal for the sixth time in the world championship The 35-year-old Indian boxer named ‘Magnificent Marie’, K.D. of the Indira Gandhi Stadium of Delhi, is the capital of the country. In the final of the 10th IBA Women’s World Championships held in Jadhav Hall, in the final of the 48 kg weight category, Ukraine’s Hana Okhota won the gold medal by defeating 5-0.
This is the sixth gold and total eighth medal in Mary Kom’s world championship. Marie Com has become the first female boxer to win six gold medals in the world championships. Before them, Katy Taylor of Ireland made her name in the 60-kilogram weight category between 2006 and 2016, five gold medals. His name is also a bronze medal. Not only this, the most medal in the Mary World Championship (women and men) has also become the winning player.
Mary Kom won the gold by six gold and a silver and won the Felix Sevon (91kg weight) of Cuba. Felix won six gold and one silver medal from 1986 to 1999.Mary Com became passionate after this victory. Emotional Mary said, “I thank all my fans for this victory, who came here to support me here. I am thankful to all of you. This is a great moment for me. “Mary Kom has dedicated her victory to the country’s name.
Sudarshan congratulates him on this glorious victory of Indian-American Mary Kom and prays to God that he should continue to smile on the face of Hindustan like this. “Congratulations Mary Kom”