If I, being a mother of three, can win a medal, so can you all. Take me as an example and don’t give up

Mary Kom, the Gold Medalist In Asian Boxing Championship

Chungneijang Mary Kom Hmangte, better known as Mary Kom is an Indian Olympic boxer from Manipur. She is the only woman to become World Amateur Boxing champion for a record six times, and the only woman boxer to have won a medal in each one of the seven world championships. Read Wiki about Mary Kom

Mary Kom, now a mother of three, has shown how she can continue to perform in front of packed crowds, as a female athlete over 35 years old, she continues to dominate and win. Her skills are described as having ever-improving reflexes and her nimble-footed approach to her matches. Mary shows great control as she won her seventh world meet medal, becoming the joint most successful boxer in the history of the world, which she shares with Coba’s Felix Savon who has 6 titles. Though she has already become the worlds most successful women’s boxer.

We recognize Mary and her autobiography has been celebrated a Hindi Biographical film about her life which was released in September 2014. Her autobiography, Unbreakable which was co-authored by Dina Serto and published by Harper Collins in late 2013 brings her story to life for the world.