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Just saw the winning clip on youtube.
Was on Olympic Boycott..But this is amazing...Wow Wow Wow.. One of the happiest and proudest moments as an Indian.
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Anyway, just watched Kumar box, apart from being a little overly flashy, he looks really good. What do people know about him. Has he medalled in World or regional championships previously? He looked quick, agile and strong.
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Which Kumar did you watch ? There are two of them Akhil and Jitender.
Akhil Kumar producing a stunning comeback to eliminate the reigning world champion Sergei Vodopyanov and reach the quarters! Go son go, let's get ourselves another gold.
Jitendar and Vijender Kumar have also qualified for the quarters. I did see the Vijender Kumar bout in which he completely outclassed his opponent. The key was that he didn't let his opponent score more than 3-4 points.
Last edited by Pratters; 17-08-2008 at 12:28 AM.
Indian boxers are good and we can expect atleast a bronze medal if they could win the next match.... Akhil Kumar can do it IMO....
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Jitender just lost his bout. The Russian boxer got the better of him. Good news from wrestling though - bronze for Sushil Kumar. Mixed results then and we are 2 now on the medal count. Well done to Sushil Kumar.
Vijender wins entering the semis assuring himself a bronze! Indian tally of medals goes to 3 making it the highest ever bettering the two medals (In 1900 and 1952).
Last edited by Pratters; 20-08-2008 at 07:26 AM.
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