After Parveen’s suspension, Jasmin will compete in the 57kg category of the Olympic qualifiers.

File photograph of Jasmine Lamboria© PTI




Jaismin Lamboria will compete within the second Olympic boxing qualifier in Thailand beginning Could 24 after India was compelled to give up its girls’s 57kg class quota for the Paris Video games as a consequence of Parveen Hooda’s worldwide ban for failing 3 times in 12 months. The World Anti-Doping Company (WADA) on Friday handed a 22-month suspension to Hooda.

“Jasmin will compete within the second Olympic qualifier within the 57kg class in Thailand after the Worldwide Testing Company (ITA) suspended quota winner Parveen,” the Boxing Federation of India stated on Saturday.

Joysmin competed within the 60kg class on the first qualifier and Hangzhou Asian Video games final yr. He received the 60 kg bronze medal on the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Video games.

In an unprecedented embarrassment for Indian boxing, Parveen’s suspension compelled the nation to give up its Olympic quota for the ladies’s 57kg class on Friday.

The 2022 World Championships bronze-medallist boxer, who earned Olympic quota with final yr’s Asian Video games bronze, didn’t file his standing for the interval from April 2022 to March 2023 as per WADA guidelines.

“Parveen Hooda has been suspended for 22 months by the Worldwide Testing Company (ITA) for herbout failure,” the BFI stated in a media launch on Friday.

Nonetheless, after discussions with the companies involved, Parveen’s sanction has been backdated and she’s going to now must serve a 14-month suspension from Friday.

A quota in boxing is given to the nation, not the athlete.

Three Indian boxers – Nikhat Zarin (50kg), Preeti (54kg) and Lovlina Borgohain (75kg) – have already booked Olympic quota for India.

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