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  • Olympic Boxing in India

    Pradeep, a 11-year-old trainee, puts on his head gear before practicing shadow boxing at the Bhiwani Boxing Club in Bhiwani, New Delhi, India on July 11, 2012. The sleepy northern Indian town of Bhiwani is considered a mini Cuba, with dozens of boxers fighting it out hard in top national and international competitions.
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  • Olympic Boxing in India

    An Indian amateur boxer from Bhiwani Boxing Club practices shadow boxing during a training session in Bhiwani, New Delhi, India. India has sent its biggest ever boxing squad for the London Olympics, which consists of seven men and one woman.
    Manish Swarup/AP Photo
  • Olympic Boxing in India

    Indian amateur boxers from Bhiwani Boxing Club do exercises before boxing training in Bhiwani, New Delhi, India.
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  • Olympic Boxing in India

    Indian amateur boxers take part in a training session at the Sports Authority of India complex in Bhiwani, 122 kilometers (76 miles) west from New Delhi, India on July 12, 2012. The sleepy northern Indian town of Bhiwani is considered a mini Cuba, with dozens of boxers fighting it out hard in top national and international competitions.
    Manish Swarup/AP Photo
  • Olympic Boxing in India

    Rahul, a 10-year-old boxing trainee, practices with a punching bag at the Sports Authority of India complex in Bhiwani, New Delhi, India.
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  • Olympic Boxing in India

    Indian amateur boxers from Bhiwani Boxing Club practice shadow boxing during a training session in Bhiwani, New Delhi, India in this July 11, 2012 file photo. India has sent its biggest ever boxing squad for the London Olympics, which consists of seven men and one woman.
    Manish Swarup/AP Photo
  • Olympic Boxing in India

    Indian amateur boxers climb a rope during a training session at the Bhiwani Boxing Club in Bhiwani, 122 kilometers (76 miles) west from New Delhi, India. The sleepy northern Indian town of Bhiwani is considered a mini Cuba, with dozens of boxers fighting it out hard in top national and international competitions.
    Manish Swarup/AP Photo
  • Olympic Boxing in India

    Young Indian trainees practice boxing at the Sports Authority of India complex in Bhiwani, New Delhi, India. Vijender Singh, a bronze medalist at the 2008 Beijing Olympics is the most famous name from here, having inspired a whole generation to take to the sport. India has sent its biggest ever boxing squad for the London Olympics, which consists of seven men and one woman.
    Manish Swarup/AP Photo
  • Olympic Boxing in India

    An Indian amateur boxer takes a break during a practice session at the Bhiwani Boxing Club in Bhiwani, New Delhi, India.
    Manish Swarup/AP Photo
  • Olympic Boxing in India

    An Indian amateur boxer bathes in the open after a training session at the Sports Authority of India complex, in Bhiwani, New Delhi, India. Vijender Singh, a bronze medalist at the 2008 Beijing Olympics is the most famous name from here, having inspired a whole generation to take to the sport. India has sent its biggest ever boxing squad for the London Olympics.
    Manish Swarup/AP Photo
  • Olympic Boxing in India

    Indian amateur boxer gets ready for a training session in his room at the Sports Authority of India complex, in Bhiwani, New Delhi, India. India has sent its biggest ever boxing squad for the London Olympics, which consists of seven men and one woman.
    Manish Swarup/AP Photo
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