Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Mohammed Ali Qamar: the youngest Indian women’s boxing coach

Mohammed Ali Qamar: the youngest Indian women’s boxing coach

Mohammed Ali Qamar: the youngest Indian women’s boxing coach
In January 2019, India’s first Commonwealth Games gold medal winner in boxing, Mohammed Ali Qamar has replaced veteran Shiv Singh at the age of 37 to become the youngest India women’s boxing coach. 

The Arjuna awardee has been an assistant coach in the national camp for more than a year and has ruled the Railways Sports Promotion Board’s women’s team for more than three years. 

He had won a gold medal in the year 2002 Manchester Commonwealth Games in the light flyweight category.

“It is a challenging job, no doubt about that. I have spent the last one year in understanding them. Now, I think I have got a hang of how things work.
The toughest aspect is the selection process. Although the coach hardly has a role in it, campers might feel that we can influence selectors. It is not easy to handle the heartbreaks and the perceived biases.

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