Olympian Shiva Thapa traces his journey from teenage sensation to a seasoned boxer, as he preparing himself for 3rd Olympics.
There he matches aggression with aggression, that he will preparing hard for 3rd Olympics to achieve a medal.
The 25-year-old from Assam became the first Indian male boxer to claim four consecutive Asian medals with a 60kg category bronze in last month’s Asian Championship in Bangkok.
“The more punches I can give, the more chances of winning the rounds I have. This is the style of boxing I have adopted now and our coaches too are helping me with this approach. Santiago Sir is working a lot on my technique and I am building on that,” he said giving credit to India’s chief performance director Santiago Nieva.
Four days to start the tournament, i hope India will give best in it.