Kazakhstan heroines dominate different weights

Hanan Al-Harmoudi bids farewell to "Asia Boxing"

Kazakh Lazat Congapiaevia punches Hanan Al-Harmoudi.

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The star of the national team, Hanan Al-Harmoudi, bid farewell to the Asian Men's and Women's Boxing Championship, Delhi-Dubai 2021, which Dubai is currently hosting, and continues until May 31, after losing to Kazakhstan champion Lazat Congapiavia, the day before yesterday, in a match that the Kazakhstan champion finished in the first round. It was clear that Lazat excelled in experience and physical strength.

The Asian Championships witnessed a clear victory for the Kazakh champions, who dominated the various weights of the competitions, to qualify for eight of them to the final round, which is held tomorrow, in which the Kazakh Alwa Balkibikova will meet with the Uzbek Gulshal Sultanaleva in lightweight flyweight (45-48 kg) and Nazem Kizabi with Indian MC Meri Kum in flyweight (48 - 51 kg), Kazakh in Dina Zulaman with Uzbek Sitora Sugdarova in bantam weight (51-54 kg), and Kazakh in Vladislav Kokhta with Uzbek in featherweight (54-57 kg).

In the light weight (57 - 60 kg), the Kazakh will meet Rima Volusenko with the Indonesian Hoswatun Hasna, and in the light welterweight (60-64 kg), the Kazakh will play Milana Safronova against the Indian for the Potsaihi, and in the weight (69 - 75 kg), the Uzbek Mafolda Moflunova meets the Indian Pooja Rani, and in heavyweight (more than 81 kg), Kazakh Lazat Konjibayeva meets Indian Anupama.

The Kazakhstani Frieza Shultai won the gold medal in light heavyweight (75-81 kg), after defeating Indian Saite, and Uzbek Nafpakhor Khamidova also won the gold medal in welterweight (64-69 kg), after beating Indian Lovlina Borguhain.

The semi-final competitions witnessed strong fights between women of different nationalities, as 18 fights were held in 10 different weights.Uzbeian Gulsal Sultanieva beat the Filipino Josi Jabuka, the Kazakh Alwa Balkibikova over the Indian Monica, the Indian MC Meri Kum over the Mongolian Lutsaikhan the Tansetsij and the Kazakh Nazim Kizaybay on Sri Lankan Nadika Pushpakumari, Kazakhs Dina Zulaman for Hindi Sakshi, Uzbek for Situra Shugadarova for Mongolian Erdinalia Mishidama, Kazakh for Valdislav Kokhta for Indian Jasmine, Uzbek for Situra Turdibekova for Tajikistan's Meguna Samadikova.

Hasna catches the eye

Hoswatun Hasna is the first boxer from Indonesia to qualify for the finals of the Asian Boxing Championship, where she won the bronze medal at the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta, and was able to improve her physical fitness in the recent period, until she reached her best condition, to be able this time to qualify for the fight. The final is in the Asian Championships Delhi Dubai, and Hasna struggled in the first round against Shwira Zulkainarova, the most experienced in Tajikistan, but she tried to maintain the right distance against the tall opponent, the Indonesian increased her rhythm, and got a few good punches in the tactical semi-final. , And the final ruling was a split decision in the interest of good.

• Al-Harmoudi lost to Lazat Congapiavia in the first round.

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