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Assam’s Jamuna Boro on Thursday stormed into semi finals in the 54 kg category of Women’s World Boxing Championships.

Boro defeated fourth-seed Yuliya Apanasovich of Belarus by a split verdict 4-1, and has assured India of at least another bronze medal.

Earlier, Jamuna Boro had defeated fifth-seeded Algerian Ouidad Sfouh to make it to the quarter finals.

The boxer from Assam is confident of winning the gold medal in the 54 category.

Earlier, Mary Kom defeated Colombia’s Valencia Victoria via a unanimous 5-0 verdict to reach the semi-final four.

Mary Kom would now face European Championship and European Games gold-medallist Busenaz Cakiroglu of Turkey, who is seeded second in tournament.

Even Manju?Rani defeated top-seeded Kim Hyang Mi of North Korea via a split verdict 4-1 to make it into the semis.

Kavita Chahal was the other Indian who had made it to last-eight stage, but lost to Belarus’ Katsiaryna Kavaleva in +81kg heavyweight category via a split 4:1 verdict.

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