ASBC President Mr. Anas Alotaiba and the whole ASBC management are sending their sincere condolences to Mr. Dingko Singh’s family
The President of the Asian Boxing Confederation and Vice-President of the International Boxing Association (AIBA) Mr. Anas Alotaiba, furthermore and the whole ASBC management are sending their sincere condolences to India’s 1998 Asian Games winner Mr. Ngangom Dingko Singh’s family following the former boxer passing away at the age of 42.
Mr. Ngangom Dingko Singh was born in the Northeastern Indian state of Manipur on January 1 in 1979. The Indian Navy boxer won the King’s Cup in 1997 at the age of 18 when he defeated Russia’s Ilfat Razyapov in the final. He reached his career highlight in the 1998 Asian Games in Bangkok where he was too strong for Uzbekistan’s Timur Tulyakov in the final of the bantamweight (54kg).
Dingko Singh qualified for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games where he was defeated by Ukraine’s star Serhii Danilchenko. He returned to the Asian Games in 2002 but he was not enough strong in the preliminary round of the event. Dingko Singh competed also at the 2002 Commonwealth Games and many other international tournaments in China, in Cuba and in the Philippines.
The Asian Boxing Confederation is sending its deepest sympathies to his family and will be remember to her greatness, excellences and impressive results in our sport. May his soul will rest in eternal peace in India.
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