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Vijender remains on top in AIBA rankings

Olympic and World Championship bronze medallist Vijender Singh held on to the top spot in the middlewight category in the latest International Boxing Association rankings.

other Updated: Feb 11, 2010 16:06 IST

Olympic and World Championship bronze medallist Vijender Singh held on to the top spot in the middlewight category in the latest International Boxing Association (AIBA) rankings.

Vijender, who clinched a silver medal at the Champion of Champions tournament in China earlier this month, has 2513 points.

The Indian is followed by Olympic silver medallist Emilio Correa Bayeux, who has been out of action because of a wrist injury. Bayeux has 2300 points and is followed by Uzbek Abbos Atoev (1875) to whom Vijender lost in the World Championship semifinals last year.

Among other Indians, Asian Championship silver medallist Thokchom Nanao Singh rose two rungs to sixth in the light fly weight (48kg) division with 1400 points.

Fellow Manipuri Suranjoy Singh, who won gold medals at the Asian Championships and the season-ending President's Cup last year, also jumped a couple of places to 16th in the fly weight (51kg) rankings with 800 points.

Injury-hit Jitender Kumar, who won a bronze medal at the Asian Championships, dropped four spots to 18th with 753 points in the bantam weight (54kg) division.