World Women Boxing Championship 2023: India'S Fab Four - Nitu, Nikhat, Lovlina & Saweety - At World Boxing Championships Finals

Indias Fab Four Nitu Nikhat Lovlina Saweety विश्व बॉक्सिंग चैंपियनशिप फाइनल में

Making India Proud India’S Shining Stars Nikhat Zareen Lovlina Borgohain Nitu Ghanghas And Saweety Boora Have Made It To The Finals Of The Iba Womens World Boxing Championship At The Indira Gandhi Sports Complex In New Delhi Heres A Look At These Powerful Women

At The Top Of Her Game Nikhat Zareen 50Kg Secured Her Position In The Womens World Boxing Championships Final With A 50 Win Over Colombias Ingrit Valencia The 26Yearold Will Now Face The Twotime Asian Champion Nguyen Thi Tam Of Vietnam In The Final On Sunday

The Golden Girl Zareen Has Brought India Numerous Gold Medals In The Past Her Notable Achievements Include The 2022 Iba Womens World Boxing Championships And The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

Boxer Turns Banker When Zareen Isnt Boxing She Spends Her Days Being An Efficient Banker She Started Her Banking Career In June 2021 When She Was Appointed As Bank Of Indias Staff Officer In Hyderabad

Leaving A Mark Pugilist Lovlina Borgohain 75Kg Advanced To The Final Of The Womens World Boxing Championship With A 41 Win Over Li Qian Of China She Is All Set To Face The Twotime Commonwealth Games Medallist Caitlin Parker Of Australia In The Final On Sunday

A Rich Legacy Borgohain Has A Rich Profile Of Victories And Accolades She Bagged Bronze Medals At The 2020 Olympic Games In The Womens Welterweight Event And Both The 2018 And 2019 Aiba Womens World Boxing Championships The 25Yearold Was Awarded The Arjuna Award 2020 Khel Ratna Award 2021 And Asom Sourav 2021 Image Source Agencies

Life Of An Athlete The Assam Government Appointed Borgohain As Trainee Deputy Superintendent Of Police In 2022 She Gets Rs 1 Lakh Per Month Over And Above Her Monthly Salary So That She Can Continue Her Boxing Training

Fast Fierce Star Pugilist Nitu Ghanghas Entered The 48Kg Final Of The Womens World Boxing Championship With A 52 Win Over Alua Balkibekova Of Kazakhstan The 22Yearold Will Take On The 2022 Asian Championships Bronze Medallist Lutsaikhan Altantsetseg Of Mongolia In The Final On Saturday

Keeping It Lowkey Ghanghas Who Is Fairly Inactive On Social Media Uses Her Instagram Account To Motivate Her Followers With Her Workout Videos And Inspirational Victory Posts

Raising The Bar Boxer Saweety Boora 81Kg Smoothly Advanced To The Final Of The Womens World Boxing Championship Defeating Australias Sueemma Greentree With A Narrow 43 Victory In The Ultimate Bout On Saturday She Will Face Off Against Chinas Reigning 2018 World Champion Wang Lina Image Source Agencies

A Remarkable Run After Trying Her Hand At Statelevel Kabaddi Boora Switched To Boxing In 2009 After Her Father Mahender Singh Who Was A Nationallevel Basketball Player Insisted On The Same The 30Yearold Won A Silver For India At The 2014 Aiba Womens World Boxing Championships In The Light Heavyweight Class