‘Zareigning Champion’: Amul celebrates Nikhat Zareen’s world championship gold

Nikat Zarin on Thursday became the fifth Indian woman to win a gold medal at the IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships in the 52kg category. The 25-year-old boxer took first place with a 5-0 victory over Thai Jetpong Gothamas.

Celebrating the anniversary of the victory, on Saturday, Amol dedicated her last theme to Zarin’s victory. The topical theme shows Zarine beating her opponent in a boxing ring. In his striking style, Amul called the subject “Zareigning Champion”. The word “Zareigning” was a carrier of Zareen and Reigning.

The topical title “#Amul Topical: Indian boxer wins gold at Women’s World Boxing Championships!” More than 900 likes on Instagram.

After Zarin’s historic victory, Her father, Muhammad JamilA soccer player and former cricketer, she told The Indian Express, “Winning the gold medal at the World Championships is something that will inspire Muslim girls as well as every girl in the country to achieve a bigger goal in life. A child, be it a boy or Girl, find your own way Flavors have paved their own way.

Speaking of the excitement of winning the world championship, Zarin told the Indian Express on Friday, “I didn’t sleep a wink. I was reading my sms, messages all night. It was so exciting. Talking to friends and family, I couldn’t sleep.”

Manisha Moon and Parveen Hooda also won bronze medals in the same tournament in the 57kg and 63kg categories.

before zarine Mary KomSarita Devi, Jenny Rl and Likha KC won the gold at the World Boxing Championships.

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