Lucky Rana (64kg) secured a silver as Indian women emerged as the highest workforce with 10 medals (five gold, three silver and two bronze). Uzbekistan (2 gold) and Czech Republic (1 gold) ended at second and third place respectively.
Three-time Khelo India gold-medallist Arundhati pulled off a dominating 5-0 victory over Ukraine’s Maryana Stoiko on Sunday.
Chanu, who trains at MC Mary Kom’s Imphal-based academy, bought the higher of Asian junior champion Sabina Bobokulova of Uzbekistan in a detailed battle that ended 3-2 in favour of the Indian.
However, Lucky suffered a 5-0 defeat by the hands of Finnish boxer Lia Pukkila to say a silver medal.
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Alfiya Pathan (+81kg), Vinka (60kg) and T Sanamacha Chanu (75kg) are the opposite Indian women boxers who secured gold medals in their respective classes earlier in this event.
For her magnificent present, Vinka obtained the ‘Best Woman Boxer of the Tournament’ award.
With two medals in the boys’s class, the 19-member Indian workforce concluded its marketing campaign with an total second place (12 medals).