Tokyo Pride Day 2020: Busenaz Sürmeneli reached the final in women’s boxing 69 kg (Who is Busenaz Sürmeneli?)

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Tokyo Olympics 2020Turkey is experiencing a historic day in boxing on Day 12 of the.

After the national boxer Buse Naz Çakıroğlu, who qualified for the final and won the medal Busenaz Surmeneli He also won in the final.

At Kokugikan Arena, Busenaz entered the ring with Lovlina Borgohain from India. Busenaz got all the points from all 5 referees in the first round, which he started very well. Busenaz, who managed to score 10 points apiece in the second round, maintained his superiority in the last round and made his mark in the final to win the gold medal.

THE FINAL MATCH IS SATURDAY 7 AUGUST

Busenaz’s last game will be played on Saturday August 7th at 9:15 am CET.

Youth and Sports Minister Mehmet Muharrem Kasapoğlu and Deputy Minister Hamza Yerlikaya and President of the Turkish National Olympic Committee Uğur Erdener also watched the match.

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Busenaz Surmeneli

“WE HAVE WORKED FOR THIS FOR 13 YEARS, MORNING AND EVENING”

In a statement to TRT Spor after the match, Busenaz Sürmeneli used the following statements:

“I am very happy. We have been working on this day and night for 13 years. Injuries, psychological problems … Everything for this place, for the game we are going to play here. I want to bring a gold medal to Turkey “There are sad events in Turkey. We die once, we are resuscitated a thousand times. I would be happy if I could make them smile even a little bit. Our matches always coincide with difficult times.” We are fighting for our flag. I hope we will get him the chance to come back with a gold medal. They just have to wait. The Turks never give up. This is something that I won. has been instilled since I was little. Never give up. I won’t. I will continue my sport career that way.

WHO IS BUSENAZ SURMELI?

Born in Trabzon on June 25, 1998, Busenaz Sürmeneli represents Turkish sport in boxing. Busenaz Sürmeneli won a gold medal at the 2019 European Under-22 Boxing Championship held in Russia, a gold medal at the Eli international boxing tournament held in the Czech Republic and a gold medal at the women’s boxing world organized in Russia.

Our 21-year-old national athlete managed to open a separate parenthesis in the history of Turkish sport by reaching the first major world championship of his career at the World Championship held in Russia.

PART OF MINISTER KASAPOĞLU

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