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Amit Panghal

AmitPanghal (born 16 October 1995) is an Indian amateur boxer. He won a gold medal at 2018 Asian Games and a bronze medal at the 2017 Asian Amateur Boxing Championships in the light flyweight category. Panghal was born on 16 October 1995 in Mayna village of Rohtak district, Haryana. His father, ChaudharyVijender Singh Panghal, is a farmer in Mayna, while his elder brother, Ajay Panghal, who works in the Indian Army. Ajay, a former amateur boxer, inspired Amit to take up boxing in 2007 at Sir Chhoturam Boxing Academy. As of March 2018, Panghal is a serving the Indian Army as a Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO). Panghal won the gold medal in his debut appearance at the National Boxing Championships in 2017. He won the bronze medal in the light flyweight category of the 2017 Asian Amateur Boxing Championships in Tashkent in May 2017, and qualified for the 2017 AIBA World Boxing Championships, where he was beaten in the quarterfinal by HasanboyDusmatov of Uzbekistan. In February 2018, Panghal won the gold medal at the Strandzha Cup in Sofia.[5] He won the silver medal at 2018 Commonwealth Games in the light flyweight category. In April 2019 He Won The Gold Medal at Asian Boxing Championship 2019 at Bangkok Defeted by Korean boxer Kim In-kyu [Bronnze Medalist world boxing championship 2017. On 11th September 2018, he was nominated for the Arjuna awards on recommendation by the Boxing Federation of India in view of his stellar performance in the Asian Games.In February 2019,Amit Panghal successfully defends cup by winning consecutive( 2018, 2019) gold medal at the Strandzha Cup in Sofia. Pop artist, wine maker, club star: Croatian legend Igor Stimac is India coach On Wednesday, the All India Football Federation (AIFF) officially unveiled Igor Stimac,


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