Lovlina Borgohain is the third Indian boxer to win an Olympic medal

Lovlina Borgohain became the third Indian boxer. To win an Olympic medal, was among competitors. She arrived in New Delhi from Tokyo to a festive gathering.

Lovlina Borgohain is the third Indian boxer to win an Olympic medal

Lovlina Borgohain

Boxer Lovlina said that she is looking forward to meeting her father. As she returned to New Delhi from Tokyo. She got to be the third Indian boxer to win an Olympic medal.

Lovlina won bronze at Tokyo 2020. Getting to be the third to win an Olympic medal within the sport. After Vijender Singh and Mary Kom.

“I am very happy to have returned to India after such a long time. Everyone is very happy at home, my father has come and I will meet home as soon as I get out ” Lovlina said.

Lovlina’s assistant told the media. After leaving the airport that she has presently set her eyes on winning gold at the 2024 Paris Olympics.

India’s medalists from the Tokyo Olympics campaign. They were given a happy gathering in New Delhi. As they made their way out of the air terminal on Monday afternoon.

Lovlina Borgohain is the third Indian boxer to win an Olympic medal

Neeraj Chopra

Chopra is an Indian track and field competitor. He competes inside the skewer throw. Also, Neeraj Chopra is the spear star and gold medalist. He was one of the first athletes to come out. And was instantly mobbed by hundreds of fans. Neeraj was really struggling to go through the crowd. As everybody needed to capture a glimpse of the javelin gold champ.

Thousands of fans waited outside the airplane terminal. To welcome wrestlers Ravi Kumar Dahiya. Bajrang, boxer Lovlina Borgohain and the men’s hockey team. They arrived from Tokyo earlier within the day.

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