Saweety Boora Family, Parents, Husband, Wiki, Biography & More

Saweety Boora Family

Saweety Boora (Born : 10 January, 1993) is is an Indian boxer.Saweety Boora Family belongs to Hisar, Haryana.She participates in the middleweight division. She earned a gold medal at the 2023 IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships and a silver medal in the light heavyweight division at the 2014 AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships. Siwi boora, her sibling, is also an Indian boxer.

Saweety Boora Biography

NameSaweety Boora
Date of Birth10 January, 1993
Age30 Years
BirthplaceHisar, Haryana
HometownHisar, Haryana
Educational Qualification Not Known
Marital StatusMarried
Husband/SpouseDeepak Niwas Hooda
FatherMahender Singh
SiblingsSiwi Boora
Saweety Boora

Saweety Boora Family, Parents

Saweety Boora Born to his Parents Mahender Singh and Mrs.Boora in Hisar, Haryana.Her father Mahender Singh, a farmer, played basketball at the national level.She has a Sister Siwi Boora.

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Saweety Boora with Husband

Saweety Boora is a Married Woman.On 7 July 2022, Boora married Deepak Niwas Hooda.His husband is an Indian professional Kabaddi player and the captain of India national kabaddi team.

Saweety Boora Height, Weght

Saweety Boora weight is 75 Kg and her height is approx 5 feet 6 inches tall.

Saweety Boora Career

Saweety Boora 2

Boora won silver in the light heavyweight (81 kg) category at the 2014 AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships in Jeju City after losing the final to China’s Yang Xiaoli.Boora was the only Indian to make the final of an event at the 2015 Asian Women’s Amateur Boxing Championships in Wulanchabu, where she lost to the same opponent and had to settle for silver.

Boora earned the Government of Haryana’s Bhim Award in 2017 for her athletic achievements during the 2015-16 season.She altered her weight class in 2018 from light heavyweight (81 kg) to middleweight (75 kg) because the former is not included in the Summer Olympics.She was knocked out in the first round of the 2019 AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships.

She becomes the seventh Indian boxer (male or female) to win the World Championship after beating Wang Lina of China 4-3 in the Light Heavyweight category on March 25, 2023.

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