New Delhi: India's legendary female boxer MC Mary Kom will enter the Olympic qualifier without a trial. The Indian Boxing Association has indicated this. Jai Singh, Chief of the Indian Boxing Association, has suggested that there may be no trial between MC Mary Kom and Nikhat Zarine for the Tokyo Olympic qualifier. The Olympic qualifiers will be held in Wuhan from 3 to 14 February next year, and it is possible that the 36-year-old Mary Kom can be elected by the Federation itself.
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In fact, there was a dispute between Mary Kom and Nikhat in August, when in the 51 kg weight category for the World Championships, the Federation did not conduct Nikhat trials with Mary Kom and went to the Mary Kom World Championship without trial. Recently, the medal winners of the Women's World Boxing Championship held in Russia were honoured in Delhi. On this occasion, Ajay Singh informed a newspaper that the BFI election rules in the women's category may be reconsidered.
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In which gold and silver winners at the world level will automatically be nominated for the Wuhan qualifiers. Lavina Borgohain won the bronze for the second time in 69 kg and she can be exempted from trials. Mary Kom has won bronze in 51 kg and both are Olympic weight categories. The Federation Chief said that "it will be seen whose preparation is better for getting our medals in the Olympics at that time". He said about Mary Kom, that Mary Kom has done well at the world level. He did not allow his age and motherhood to become a weakness. Ajay Singh said that "even in the semi-finals of the World Championship, Mary Kom was clearly the winner according to him. However, she lost the semi-finals".
At the age of 30, this player made a test debut for the Indian team