Fresh from the heroics at recent Adriatic Pearl Tournament, 2019 Asian Youth champion Naorem Babyrojisana Chanu (51kg), Vinka (60kg), Sanamacha Chanu (75kg), Alfiya Pathan (+81kg) and three-time Khelo India gold medallist Arundhati Choudhary (69kg) are the key highlights of the formidable women’s side.
A biennial event which had men’s and women’s championships played together for the first time in 2018 in Hungary where Indian contingent concluded with two gold, two silver and six bronze medals. And one of the finest finishes also came in the 2017 edition where India finished atop the table with remarkable five gold medals.
The men’s team will be spearheaded by the Asian Youth Championship silver medallist Ankit Narwal (64kg). The Asian Junior champion Chongtham Bishwamitra (49kg) also found himself a spot in the men’s side. Bishwamitra has been highly impressive in the trials where he defeated khelo India gold medallist Priyanshu Dabas.
The team will be leaving on March 31 for a 10-day advanced preparatory camp in Wladyslawowo, Poland and following that they will be participating in the World Championships which will witness a highly competitive action in the presence of 487 boxers from 66 nations.