India at the 2011 World Amateur Boxing Championships

India competed at the 2011 World Amateur Boxing Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan. A team of 10 boxers, one boxer for each weight category, was sent for the competition. Four boxers reached the quarterfinals of their respective category making them qualify for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Vikas Krishan was the only boxer to reach the semi-final of the welterweight category where he lost against the eventual winner, Ukrainian boxer, Taras Shelestyuk and settled for a bronze medal.

Results

W - won, L - lost, NA - not applicable DSQ - disqualified
Athlete
Event
Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final Rank
Opponent
Result
Opponent
Result
Opponent
Result
Opponent
Result
Opponent
Result
Opponent
Result
Devendro Singh
Light flyweight
KGZ)
W 14-8
MEX)
W 40-19
ECU)
W 18-12
KOR)
L 16-28
did not advance 5
Suranjoy Singh
Flyweight
HUN)
W 24-8
MGL)
L 14-17
did not advance 17
Akhil Kumar
Bantamweight
SVK)
W 16-8
IRL)
L 14-21
did not advance 17
Jai Bhagwan
Lightweight
LTU)
W 15-8
CZE)
W 14-6
IRL)
W 32-30
KAZ)
L 10-11
did not advance 5
Manoj Kumar
Light welterweight
LAT)
W 16-11
IRL)
W 19-7
CHN)
W 17-15
GBR)
L 18-24
did not advance 5
Krishan Vikas
Welterweight
KGZ)
W 16-8
BLR)
W +10-10
TUR)
W 14-7
MDA)
W 9-8
UKR)
L 12-15
did not advance
Vijender Singh
Middleweight
CUB)
L 9-16
did not advance 33
Dinesh Kumar
Light heavyweight
NEP)
W 20-8
MNE)
W DSQ
AUS)
L 7-16
did not advance 9
Manpreet Singh
Heavyweight
NA TJK)
L 9-17
did not advance 17
Paramjeet Samota
Super heavyweight
LTU)
L 12-14
did not advance 33

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