MC Mary Kom

インド IND

ボクシング

  • メダル
    1 B
  • 出場
    1
  • 初出場
    ロンドン2012
  • 生年
    1983年
オリンピック実績

経歴

MC Mary Kom

Mary Kom is, without doubt, one of the most fascinating athletes on the planet. It’s no wonder that she has already had a feature film made about her life: Kom’s story is remarkable. Born in a poor region of India, it looked likely that she would end up working the land with her family.

But – overcoming the objections from her family – she moved to the city, became a boxer after persuading a local coach to take her on, and worked her way up to becoming a champion.

Kom has since won a medal at all eight AIBA World Boxing Championships since its inception in 2001 (six golds, a silver and a bronze, most recently in 2019), risen to no.1 in the AIBA world rankings for a flyweight, and competed at the London 2012 Olympic Games, winning a bronze medal after being beaten by eventual champion Nicola Adams.

She was also the first Indian woman to win a gold medal at the Asian Games (in 2014) and at the Commonwealth Games (2018).

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結果 種目 競技

ロンドン2012

B
Flyweight (≤51 kilograms)
Flyweight (≤51 kilograms) Boxing