Apart from Vikas, Gaurav Solanki (57 kg), Naman Tanwar (91 kg) also won their matches.
On Saturday, Mary Kom defeated Nikhat Zarin to secure a place for the Olympic qualifiers.
Qualifiers for the Tokyo Olympics will be played in Wuhan, China from 3 to 14 February.
Dainik BhaskarDec 30, 2019, 03:39 PM IST Sports Desk. 8 male boxers from India will travel to China next month for the Olympic qualifiers. On Monday, the second day of the trials, three boxers took a China ticket. It includes Gaurav Solanki (57 kg) and Naman Tanwar (91 kg) in addition to two Olympic-played Vikas Krishna. At the same time, Amit Fungal (52 kg), Manish Kaushik (63 kg), Ashish Kumar (75 kg), Sachin Kumar (81 kg), Satish Kumar (+91 kg) are also named. Qualifiers for the Tokyo Olympics will be played in Wuhan, China from 3 to 14 February.
Vikas beat Duryodhan Singh Negi 9–0 in the final of the 69 kg weight category on Monday. Vikas, who won the medal in the Asian Games, had been fighting in the 75 kg category for a long time. But after recovering from a back injury, he has returned to the 69 kg category. Gaurav Solanki defeated Mohammad Hussamuddin 7-2 in the final trials while Tanwar beat Naveen Kumar 6-3.
On Sunday, Ashish and Satish won the final trial.
Earlier on Sunday, Ashish (75 kg category) defeated Ankit Khatana 9-0 in the Asian Championship in Trials on Sunday. Khatana recently won gold at the South Asian Games. At the same time, Satish, who won gold in the Commonwealth and Asian Games, defeated Narendra 6-3. Apart from these, Sachin Kumar also defeated Brijesh Yadav in the 81 kg category to secure a place for Olympic qualifiers.
Mary Kom defeated Nikhat 9–1 in the Trials on Saturday. Boxer MC Mary Kom on Saturday defeated Nikhat Zarin 9–1 in a 51 kg weight category trial to secure a place in the Olympic Qualifiers. This was the third match between Nikhat and Mary Kom. Nikhat met Mary Kom in the semi-finals of the India Open in May this year. Earlier in the year 2016, there was a contest between the two in the trial of South Asian Games. Both matches were in favor of Mary Kom.