Indian boxer Sakshi Choudhary (54kg) has misplaced her last spot within the Asian Championships after her rival, top-seeded Kazakh Dina Zholaman, efficiently challenged the slender victory that the two-time youth world champion had clinched within the last-four stage.
Sakshi had prevailed 3-2 within the regulation bout however the choice was challenged by the Kazakh staff and ultimately overturned.
“Kazakhstan’s Dina Zholaman defeated India’s Sakshi Choudhary on the girls’s bantamweight (54kg),” the Asian Boxing Confederation introduced.
Zholaman was the declared winner within the official consequence sheet that got here out on the finish of the day’s proceedings late on Thursday night time.
“The Kazakh staff sought a evaluation of the third spherical, which it felt ought to have been scored in favour of their boxer. On evaluation, the jury discovered their rivalry to be appropriate and overturned the unique verdict,” a supply within the Indian contingent informed PTI.
The bout evaluation system was launched by the Worldwide Boxing Affiliation (AIBA) in 2019.
The staff supervisor or the top coach of the dropping boxer will get quarter-hour after the choice is introduced to submit their protest and full the paperwork for it within the subsequent half-hour.
Selections with scores 5-0 or 4-1 will not be reviewable underneath this method.
Every staff is allowed as much as two failed opinions.
“If the Technical Delegate determines, after consulting the Bout Evaluation Jury, that the protest ought to be allowed to proceed, the bout might be reviewed by the Jury � the Observer, the Referee Evaluator and the Choose Evaluator,” the AIBA had stated.
In case of a protest claiming that an AIBA technical rule was violated by the referee, the aggrieved staff has to specify the breach, the spherical wherein it allegedly passed off, and the way it affected the ultimate consequence.
The jury’s choice have to be unanimous and might be last.
With this, Indian girls boxers’ presence within the finals has been decreased to 4.
Six-time world champion M C Mary Kom (51kg), Lalbuatsaihi (64kg), Pooja Rani (75kg) and Anupama (+81kg) entered the finals after successful their bouts on Thursday.
Of those, Pooja bought a walkover after her opponent pulled out.