Assam’s Jamuna Boro secured a unanimous 5-0 win over Mongolia’s Erdenedalai Michidmaa at Women’s World Boxing Championships in Russia on Friday

Guwahati: Assam boxer Jamuna Boro secured a unanimous 5-0 win over Mongolia’s Erdenedalai Michidmaa in 54 kg to win her first round match at the ongoing Women’s World Boxing Championships in Russia’s Ulan-Ude city on Friday.

Earlier, Jamuna Boro bagged a gold in India Open boxing tournament held in Guwahati, Assam

Earlier, she bagged the gold in India Open boxing tournament in the 54 kg category in May this year, beating Sandhyarani Devi 5-0 in the final bout.

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In July, Boro added another gold to her collection when she defeated Italy’s veteran boxer Giulia Lamagna 5-0 at the 23rd President’s Cup in Labuan Bajo, Indonesia.

Jamuna Boro is now registered with Boxing Federation of India and is an employee of the Assam Rifles

The Indian boxer booked her entry into the Women’s World Boxing Championships after fighting out a stiff resistance from Shiksha, who had earlier stunned the Cologne Boxing World Cup gold medallist Meena Kumari in a gruelling encounter to reach the final.

Hailing from Sonitpur, Boro started her career as a wushu player. She is now registered with the Boxing Federation of India and is an employee of the Assam Rifles. She plays boxing through All India Police.

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