Indian Boxing Legend Mary Kom has made a giant assertion that she has not retired from Boxing but and was misquoted. The pugilist has quashed the media reviews which claimed that she has hung her boots from the game.
“I haven’t announced retirement yet and I have been misquoted. I will personally come in front of the media whenever I want to announce it. I have gone through some media reports stating that I have announced retirement and this is not true,” Mary Kom mentioned as quoted by ANI.
Media reviews quoted the Indian pugilist at an occasion in Dibrugarh of saying her retirement from the game however she has clarified her assertion. “I was attending a school event in Dibrugarh on 24 January 2024 wherein I was motivating children and I said “I still have hunger of achieving in sports but the age limit in Olympics doesn’t allow me to participate though I can carry on with my sport. I am still focusing on my fitness and whenever I will announce retirement I will inform everyone,” Mary Kom added.
As per the International Boxing Association (IBA) guidelines, athletes above 40 can’t take part in Olympic Games. The Indian star is at the moment 41 years previous and was born on twenty fourth November 1982. She is the one feminine boxer to have received six world titles.
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