Who is Lovlina Borgohain? To boost their spirits, the Chief Minister of Assam took part in the 'Cycle Rally'.

Who is Lovlina Borgohain? To boost their spirits, the Chief Minister of Assam took part in the 'Cycle Rally'.

Guwahati. Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma took part in a cycle rally in support of boxer Lovlina Borgohain, who is going to participate in the Tokyo Olympics , in Guwahati . During this, he told that he should win a medal in the Olympics, so we organized a cycle rally for him.

He said that I have started a goodwill campaign 'Go for Glory, Lovlina'. Which started with a cycle rally in Guwahati today. Meanwhile, the Chief Minister honored Lovlina's father Tiken Borgohain and urged people to come together and encourage Lovlina.

Let us tell you that the people of the ruling party and the opposition parties together took part in a 7 km cycle rally to encourage and show solidarity to the daughter of the state. The Chief Minister said that we are proud of Lovlina. She is the first female athlete from Assam to represent India in the Olympics. He told that Lovlina is the second player from the state after Shiv Thapa to take part in boxing.

Who is Lovlina Borgohain?

Lovlina Borgohain is a Boxing player. He was born in Golaghat, Assam. She won the bronze medal at the 2018 and 2019 AEBA World Women's Boxing Championships. Lovlina, who took part in the 65 kg weight category, is the first female boxing player from the state to participate in the Olympics and is said to be a strong contender to win a medal in Tokyo.

Apart from this, won the gold medal in the first Indian Open International Boxing Tournament held in Delhi and then won the bronze medal in the second Indian Open International Boxing Tournament held in Guwahati. Let us tell you that after Shiv Thapa, Lovlina is the second boxing player from the state, who has represented the country.

Lovlina has been honored with the Arjuna Award in the year 2020. She is the sixth player from Assam to receive this award. It is expected that she will do her best in this time's Tokyo Olympics and get a medal. To boost their spirits, the Chief Minister of the state participated in the cycle rally.


Indian equestrian Fawad Mirza finished 22nd after the cross country round

Indian equestrian Fawad Mirza finished 22nd after the cross country round

Tokyo. Fawad Mirza Ravivar , the only Indian to compete in equestrian in more than two decades at the Olympics after the cocross country event 11 . He finished 22nd with 20 penalty points. He and his horse Signor Medicott could finish in the top 25 if they do well in the individual show jumping qualifiers on Monday. With this they will make it to the finals of the individual category of Eventing Jumping to be held in the evening. Mirza's total 39. There are 20 penalty points. He completed the country run in just eight minutes.

In the equestrian crosscountry individual category, a competitor must complete the course in seven minutes and 45 seconds to reduce the time penalty. The lower the penalty, the higher the equestrian will be in the points table. Mirza and Signor started late due to a technical problem, due to which they got 11. Got 20 penalty points. He was ninth in the dressage round after a stellar performance. He got 28 penalty points in that. Now he has to move to show jumping, in which if he finishes in the top 25, he will make it to the eventing jumping final. Britain's Oliver Townend is at the top with a total of 23 . There are 60 penalty points. Britain's Laura Collett is second and Germany's Julia Krajewski third.