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The Indian contingent won 43 medals in the ASBC Asian U22 and Youth Boxing Championship

Published on May 10, 2024
Current Context: The Indian contingent had a highly successful campaign at the ASBC Asian U22 and Youth Boxing Championships 2024 in Astana, Kazakhstan, which took place from April 27 to May 7, 2024. They secured an impressive total of 43 medals.
The Indian contingent won 43 medals in the ASBC Asian U22 and Youth Boxing Championship
  • Here’s the breakdown:
    • 12 gold medals: The gold medalists included Brijesh Tamta (48kg), Aryan Hooda (51kg), Yashwardhan Singh (63.5kg), Laxmi (50kg), Nisha (52kg), Vishvanath Suresh (48kg), Nikhil (57kg), Akash Gorkha (60kg), Preeti (54kg), Poonam Poonia (57kg), Prachi (63kg), and Muskan (75kg).
    • 14 silver medals: Silver medalists included Sagar Jakhar (60kg), Priyanshu (71kg), Rahul Kundu (75kg), Aryan (92kg), Tamanna (54kg), Nikita Chand (60kg), Shrushti Sathe (63kg), Rudrika (75kg), Khushi Pooniya (81kg), Preet Malik (67kg), Guddi (48kg), Tamanna (50kg), Saneh (70kg), and Alfiya Pathan (81kg).
    • 17 bronze medals: The bronze medalists included Sumit (67kg), Sahil (80kg), Lakshay Rathi (92+kg), Annu (48kg), Yatri Patel (57kg), Parthavi Grewal (66kg), Akansha Phalaswal (70kg), Nirjhara Bana (+81kg).

Question:

Q.1 Where did the ASBC Asian U22 and Youth Boxing Championships 2024 take place?
a. New Delhi, India
b. Astana, Kazakhstan
c. Tokyo, Japan
d. Beijing, China
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