She quickly gained an early lead of 5-2 in the first set. However, Fernandez fought back and levelled the score at 5-5. The set eventually went to a tie-break, where Tam emerged victorious.

From the outset of Wednesday’s match, Tam demonstrated her superiority over Fernandez, quickly taking a commanding lead of 5-2 in the first set. Nevertheless, Fernandez battled back, leveling the score at 5-5. Ultimately, Tam triumphed in the tie-break, securing the set.

Tam refused to let her opponent come any closer while she executed both single and continuous attacks. She consistently kept them at bay, ensuring her victory.

With his imposing physical strength and tall stature, Tam easily dominated the European No. 9 in the showdown.

Tam scored with powerful straight punches and accurate hooks to Fernandez’s face, abdomen, and ribs, ultimately claiming an absolute victory.

In the third round, Fernandez attempted to regain the balance, but he ultimately ended up being squeezed out by the Vietnamese boxer.

At one point, Fernandez’s emotions overwhelmed her and she committed an unsportsmanlike act against Tam, prompting the referee to issue her a warning.

Tam’s hard work and dedication paid off as they won 5-0 with a total of 30 points in all five rounds. Their victory was a testament to their commitment and perseverance. Despite the challenging competition, Tam was able to secure the win with absolute dominance.

Nguyen Thi Tam, a Vietnamese boxer, was declared the winner of her 50kg quarterfinal fight against Spanish rival Laura Fuertes Fernandez at the 2023 IBA Women’s World Boxing Championship in India on March 22, 2023. The victory was made even more special with Tam’s photo captured and shared around the world. This screenshot shows Vietnamese boxer Nguyen Thi Tam declared the winner in her 50kg quarterfinal fight against Spanish rival Laura Fuertes Fernandez at the 2023 IBA Women’s World Boxing Championship in India, March 22, 2023.

On March 22, 2023, Nguyen Thi Tam, a Vietnamese boxer, was declared the winner of her 50kg quarterfinal match against Spanish rival Laura Fuertes Fernandez at the 2023 IBA Women’s World Boxing Championship in India. This was an incredible achievement for Tam, and it was made even more special with the photo of her victory being shared around the world. This screenshot shows Vietnamese boxer Nguyen Thi Tam declared the winner in her 50kg quarterfinal fight against Spanish rival Laura Fuertes Fernandez at the 2023 IBA Women’s World Boxing Championship in India, March 22, 2023.

This screenshot shows Vietnamese boxer Nguyen Thi Tam declared the winner in her 50kg quarterfinal fight against Spanish rival Laura Fuertes Fernandez at the 2023 IBA Women’s World Boxing Championship in India, March 22, 2023.

Her opponent in the semifinals is France’s Wassila Lkhadiri, who has won two bronze medals in Europe.

The fight will take place at 7:30 PM (Vietnam time) on Thursday.

She has had tremendous success in this field, winning the gold medal at the Southeast Asian Games in 2017 and becoming the first female Vietnamese athlete to be crowned world champion in the event in 2019.

Tam, a 29-year-old athlete from the northern Vietnamese province of Thai Binh, is recognized as the best representative of the country in the women’s 50kg and 51kg featherweight categories. In 2017, Tam’s impressive performance earned her the gold medal at the Southeast Asian Games. She then made history in 2019, becoming the first female Vietnamese athlete to be crowned world champion in the event. Tam’s remarkable success demonstrates her commitment and dedication to her craft.

She won four consecutive national boxing gold medals from 2017 to 2020, two consecutive gold medals at the National Sports Festival in 2018 and 2022, a silver medal at the 2018 Asian Games, a gold medal at the 2019 and 2022 Southeast Asian Games, and two gold medals at the 2017 and 2022 Asian Championships.

The 2023 IBA Women’s World Boxing Championship is set to take place in New Delhi, India, from March 15 to 26. This exciting event will provide a platform for female boxers from around the world to showcase their hard-earned skills and determination. With a variety of weight classes to choose from, the competition promises to be intense and thrilling. Spectators can look forward to seeing some of the best female boxers in action as they battle it out for the gold. Make sure to mark your calendars now and don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness the future of women’s boxing!

The winner of the gold medal will receive a cash prize of US$100,000, the silver medalist will be awarded $50,000, and the bronze medallist will receive $25,000.

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Vietnamese boxer Nguyen Thi Tam achieved a resounding victory over her Spanish opponent, Laura Fuertes Fernandez, in the women’s 50kg quarterfinals of the 2023 IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships in India on Wednesday, winning the bout 5-0 to progress to the semifinals.

She was able to consistently outpace her opponent and won the first set 6–3.

From the outset of Wednesday’s match, Tam demonstrated her superiority over Fernandez. She was able to consistently outpace her competitor and take the first set 6–3.

Tam refused to let her opponent draw near as she launched powerful single and successive strikes.

With abundant physical strength and good stature, Tam confounded the European No. 9 and took the lead in the showdown.

Tam scored a decisive victory in the first two rounds, landing precise punches and hooks to Fernandez’s face, abdomen, and ribs. His accuracy proved to be the difference maker, and he emerged as the absolute victor.

In the third round, Fernandez attempted to regain the balance, but ultimately ended up being squeezed out by the Vietnamese boxer.

At one point, Fernandez even failed to maintain her composure and had an unsportsmanlike conduct against Tam, for which she was given a warning.

Tam was triumphant in an epic match! After five rounds of intense competition, Tam emerged victorious with a score of 5-0 and a total of 30 points. It was a truly remarkable performance.

Nguyen Thi Tam, a Vietnamese boxer, earned a victory in her 50kg quarterfinal fight against Spanish rival Laura Fuertes Fernandez at the 2023 IBA Women’s World Boxing Championship in India on March 22, 2023. The match was a close contest, but Nguyen Thi Tam emerged triumphant. A photo of her being declared the winner can be seen in the image above.

This screenshot shows Vietnamese boxer Nguyen Thi Tam declared the winner in her 50kg quarterfinal fight against Spanish rival Laura Fuertes Fernandez at the 2023 IBA Women’s World Boxing Championship in India, March 22, 2023.

Her opponent in the semifinals is France’s Wassila Lkhadiri, who has won two bronze medals in Europe.

The fight will take place at 7:30 pm (Vietnam time) on Thursday.

Known for her remarkable speed and agility, Tam has been dominating the women’s featherweight division in Vietnam for the past decade.

Tam, a 29-year-old athlete from the northern Vietnamese province of Thai Binh, is renowned as the best representative of the country in the women’s 50kg and 51kg featherweight categories. Over the past decade, she has established herself as a force to be reckoned with in the women’s featherweight division in Vietnam, thanks to her superior speed and agility.

She achieved an unprecedented feat by winning four consecutive national boxing gold medals from 2017 to 2020. She further enhanced her reputation by winning two consecutive gold medals at the National Sports Festival in 2018 and 2022, as well as a silver medal at the 2018 Asian Games. Her impressive performance was rewarded with a gold medal at the 2019 and 2022 Southeast Games, as well as two gold medals at the 2017 and 2022 Asian Championships.

The 2023 IBA Women’s World Boxing Championship will be held in New Delhi, India from March 15 to 26. This event marks a major milestone for women’s boxing, as it is the first major international tournament of its kind. It is expected to be a highly competitive tournament, with some of the best female boxers from all around the world participating. There will be a total of 10 categories, ranging from Flyweight to Super Heavyweight. The tournament will be an exciting opportunity for female boxers to demonstrate their skills and athleticism and to prove their worth on the world stage.

The winner of a gold, silver, and bronze medal can expect to receive a cash prize of US$100,000, $50,000, and $25,000, respectively.

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