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Vijender becomes world No. 2
« on: August 20, 2009, 07:25:45 PM »

Vijender becomes world No. 2
TIMESOFINDIA.COM 20 August 2009, 05:01pm IST

NEW DELHI: Vijender Singh who won the Bronze Medal at the Beijing Olympic Games 2008 has achieved the second ranking in the World in 75kg with a tally of 1700 points, announced International Boxing Association (AIBA). ( Watch Video )

Correa Bayeux Emilio of Cuba with an aggregate of 2500 points is ranked one. Blanco Parro Alfonso of Venezuela with a tally of 1300 points is ranked third while Artayev Bakhtiyar of Kazakhstan is ranked four with a tally of 1250 points.

In the 48kg, Thokchom Nanao Singh has been ranked fifth with a tally of 1400 pts while Olympic champion Zou Shiming of China is ranked one with 2500 points.

In the 51kg, Suranjoy Singh has been ranked fourteenth with a total of 800 points, while Jitender Kumar has been ranked 13th with a total 837.5 points. In the 57kg Akhil Kumar has been ranked ninth with a total of 1050 points, while his compatriot Jai Bhagwan is ranked 25th with 700 points.

In the 64kg, Manoj Kumar is ranked 2nd with 400 points while in the same weight category Balwinder Beniwal is ranked 57th with 362.5 points. In the 69kg category Dilbag Singh is ranked 28th with 550 points while in the 81 kgs, Dinesh Kumar is ranked Joint sixth with 1050 pts. In the 91 kgs Manpreet Singh is 35th with 450 pts while in the + 91kg Parveen Kumar and Paramjit Samota are 37th and 40th respectively.
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/sports/more-sports/boxing/Vijender-becomes-world-No-2/articleshow/4915427.cms

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Re: Vijender becomes world No. 2
« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2009, 08:22:21 PM »

This guy looks like a film star...glad he's still boxing as we have many stars, few athletes
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