Mary Kom - careinfo.inFive times world champion MC Mary Kom has announced that, after 2016 Rio Olympic games she will retire. Mary Kom is confident of winning the Olympic gold. Mary Kom said, “My dream is to win gold at the Olympic Games for the Country and I want to realize this dream in Rio Olympic Games.” Mary Kom has already won the Bronze medal in the London Olympic Games, but while announcing her retirement Mary Kom said, “It’s not simple to win the gold medal for Mother of three children, but I want to do for our country.”

mary kom - careinfo.inMary Kom has inaugurated the health related “Box Out” blog Webpage and she also becomes the first member of this blog. While speaking to the students on this occasion, she said everyone have to spent at least 40 minutes per day on their health. Also Mary Kom said, “This time I had wear this Boxing gloves to remove the evil prevalent from the society and i applaud the awareness campaign and I am confident that this will be helpful to drive towards fighting the evils in society.”

Mary Kom’s International Achievements

Year Performance Weight Category Tournament Location
2001 Second 48 Women’s World Amateur Boxing Championship Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA
2002 First 45 Women’s World Amateur Boxing Championship AntalyaTurkey
2002 First 45 Witch Cup Pecs, Hungary
2003 First 46 Asian Women’s Championship Hisar, India
2004 First 46 Women’s World Cup Tonsberg, Norway
2005 First 46 Asian Women’s Championship Kaohsiung, Taiwan
2005 First 46 Women’s World Amateur Boxing Championship Podolsk, Russia
2005 First 46 Women’s World Amateur Boxing Championship New Delhi, India
2006 First 46 Venus Women’s Box Cup Vejle, Denmark
2008 First 46 Women’s World Amateur Boxing Championship Ningbo, China
2008 Second 46 Asian Women’s Championship Guwahati, India
2009 First 46 Asian Indoor Games Hanoi, Vietnam
2010 First 48 Women’s World Amateur Boxing Championship Bridgetown, Barbados
2010 First 46 Asian Women’s Championship Astana, Kazakhstan
2010 First 51 Asian Games Guangzhou, China
2011 First 48 Asian Women’s Cup Haikou, China
2012 First 51 Asian Women’s Championship Ulan Bator, Mongolia
2012 Third 51 Summer Olympics London, United Kingdom
2014 First 51 Asian Games Incheon, South Korea

National Achievements

  • Gold – 1st Women Nat. Boxing Championship, Chennai 6–12.2.2001
  • The East Open Boxing Champ, Bengal 11–14.12.2001
  • 2nd Sr World Women Boxing Championship, New Delhi 26–30.12.2001
  • National Women Sort Meet, N. Delhi 26–30.12.2001
  • 32nd National Games, Hyderabad 2002
  • 3rd Sr World Women Boxing Champ, Aizawl 4–8.3.2003
  • 4th Sr WWBC, Kokrajar, Assam 24–28.2.2004
  • 5th Sr WWBC, Kerala 26–30.12.2004
  • 6th Sr WWBC, Jamshedpur 29 November-3.12.2005
  • 10th WNBC, Jamshedpur lost QF by 1–4 on 5.10.2009