Mohammed Hussamuddin CWG 2022: Indian boxers Neetu Gangas and Mohammad Husamuddin on Wednesday assured medals at the 2022 Commonwealth Games by reaching the semi-finals in the women’s 48kg and men’s 57kg categories respectively. Two-time youth gold medalist Neetu (21 years) was declared the winner in the third and final round of the quarterfinals after her Northern Ireland rival Nicole Clyde voluntarily retired (ABD), ensuring the country’s first boxing medal in Birmingham. Happened.
Neetu, the gold medalist of Strandja Memorial, does not like to watch videos of other boxers and has no role model. He started boxing in 2012 but was ruled out of the game in 2019 due to a shoulder injury."text-align: justify;">Girls are not encouraged to participate in sports from the place where Neetu has come. But his father got his name written in the nearby academy. To make this boxer’s dream come true, his father was forced to leave his job in Chandigarh.
He is hoping for a gold medal in the Commonwealth Games for a financially sound future. He said, ‘‘We live in a joint family. My father is with me all the time so he cannot work. His elder brother bears all the expenses as we live in a joint family. Hope this medal will make a big difference.’’
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