January 09, 2020 : The rich take was included seven gold and two silver. While the ladies had a faultless record in the finals, winning all the four gold decorations on offer, the men had blended fortunes and needed to agree to two silver alongside three gold.
The eminent all-round execution helped the unexpected success the 'Best Team' grant. Two months in the wake of winning the gold at the India Open, Mary Kom showed up at this esteemed competition with the point of testing herself against the world's best in front of the World Championships in October.
In her first session on Saturday, Mary Kom needed to burrow profound to fight off the obstruction of Vietnam's Anh vo Thi Kim 3-2, yet she was just glorious in the last as she fueled to a 5-0 win over Australia's April Franks.
"Gold award for me and for my nation at #PresidentCup Indonesia. Winning methods you're willing to go longer, work more diligently and give more exertion than any other person. I genuinely because of every one of my Coaches and backing staffs of @BFI_official @KirenRijiju @Media_SAI," Mary Kom tweeted.
Mary Kom, who asserted her 6th world title a year ago in Delhi, will be hoping to fit the bill for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in the World Championships in Yekaterinburg, Russia.
India's dash for unheard of wealth proceeded with Simranjit Kaur being similarly noteworthy in her last against Indonesia's Asian Games bronze medallist Hasanah Huswatun. The Asian Boxing Championships silver medallist ruled her adversary 5-0.
In 54kg, Assam's young and brilliant ability Jamuna Boro didn't put a foot wrong in a 5-0 destruction of Italy's veteran fighter Giulia Lamagna to add to the gold she succeeded at the India Open in May.