CWG 2018: Manoj Kumar is ready to repeat gold history

CWG 2018: Manoj Kumar is ready to repeat gold history
Written by Abhishek Lohia

Target of the Central Sports Ministry, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics team, 69kg boxer, Manoj Kumar, wants to repeat the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games history, where he won the gold medal. Manoj is in Australia these days, and his practice is going on with strong foreign boxers. 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games Manoj, who missed the medal this time is on the hull. Manoj Kumar said,” After 2014 my performance is improved. Experience and practice come in handy, but everything in the language determines how you play. The same decides your defeat and victory. My courage was healthy in 2014, and it is still strong, I have strong faith in repeating the history of Delhi in the Gold Coast.

Manoj Kumar also said about his Job matter, when govt didn’t assign him the post of DSP. He said,”I have often been frustrated with the discrimination. What has happened and what is happening is visible to the whole country. You tell that in 2010, the other players were given the DSP and I was not given. There was hope in this government, but justice was not done. That’s why the court went to court. This is all desperate work, but my family has inspired me to play. It will not have any effect on the Gold Coast. Now after entering the ring, it will be decided who’s boxer in front of me and how to win. Because anti fighters also come to the right with proper preparation.

Asian and Commonwealth Games are equal for boxers. Boxing boxers will come from Mauritius, England, Australia, Ireland, Canada etc. These are the countries winning the medal in world championships. A reporter asks him a question about Tokyo Olympic 2020; Now you are in the Target 2020 Tokyo Olympics team, have got the opportunity to practice in the foreign trainers country. Will it get the benefit? Manoj said,”Yes, due to this, the preparation is better. This time the practice has been good at home and abroad.

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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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