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Lather won silver medal in the 54 kg division at the 2012 Asian Women’s Amateur Boxing Championships after losing by 8–14 in the final to China’s Liu Kejia. Later in the year, she competed at the 2012 AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships, where she made first-round exit after losing by 9–18 against Elena Walendzik of Germany.
Rated at: Featherweight (57 Kg)
Indian boxer Sonia Lather (57kg) settled for a silver medal at the AIBA Women’s World Championships after going down to top seed Alessia Mesiano of Italy in …
Indian women boxing contingent had never returned empty-handed from the AIBA World Championship and Sonia Lather deserves all praise for ensuring the country came home with a coveted silver medal
6 days ago · Women’s World Boxing Championships: Outclassed Sonia Chahal ends run with silver lining – The 21-year-old settled for a silver medal after losing to the 2011 junior world champion in a bout largely dominated by her opponent.
Astana: Indian boxer Sonia Lather (57kg) settled for a silver medal at the AIBA Women’s World Championships after going down to top seed Alessia Mesiano of Italy in a hard-fought summit clash in Astana on Friday. The lone Indian boxer to make the medal rounds, Sonia lost 1-2 but her silver …
The other Indian finalist, 21-year-old Sonia lost to Wahner Ornella Gabriele of Germany in the 57kg final in a split 4-1 decision to settle for a silver in her debut World Championships.
India’s Sonia Lather won the silver medal in the 57-kg category. Kom defeated DPR Korea’s Kim Hyang Mi in the final, scoring 5-0. @MangteC (48kg) punches her way to a fifth gold medal at the Asian Women’s Championship, taking Hyang Mi Kim (PRK) in her stride.
Sonia Chahal is a 21-year-old rising Indian boxing prodigy who hails from Chandigarh. She recently made waves at the 10th Women’s World Boxing Championships in New Delhi, where she went till the finals of the competition before bowing out of the competition with a Silver.
HARIDWAR: World Championships silver-medallist Sonia Lather was knocked out following a stunning second-round loss but other international medallists pulled off comfortable wins …
ROHTAK: Former world champion L Sarita Devi (60kg) and Asian silver-medallist Sonia Lather (57kg) advanced to the semi-finals after clinching facile quarter-final wins at the National Women’s
May 26, 2016 · Sonia Lather (57kg) stood just one win away from ending India’s six-year-old gold medal drought at the AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championship as she advanced to final after outpunching Kazakhstan
Nov 24, 2018 · However, Sonia Chahal (57kg), the other Indian in the finals, lost 4-1 to former World youth champion Ornelia Wahner of Germany and had to be satisfied with a silver medal.
Sarita, a former world champion eyeing her sixth medal at the Asian meet, defeated Maftunakhon Melieva of Uzbekistan, while Sonia edged past Kazakhstan’s Nazym Ichshanova in the quarterfinals.