Mary Kom popular as the Queen of the Indian Boxing is one of the popular women boxer of the world. From 2002-2010 Mary Kom has won the World Boxing Championship 45 KG consecutively record five times. In the World Boxing arena she is popular as Magnificent Mary.
Mary Kom is a Flyweight women boxer who is born on 1st Mar, 1983 in Kangathei, Manipur, India. His father Mangte Tonpa Kom and mother Mangte Akham Kom were farmers.
Her husband name is K Onler Kom. In the year of 2010 she has awarded the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award, the highest award for any sports person in India.
Mary Kom is the first Indian Boxer to win medals in the Olympic Games. She is also the first Indian boxer to win the gold medal in Asian Games and CWG Games. Mary Kom is one of the strong contenders of India to win the medal in the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.
* Mary Kom Birth Date
1st Mar, 1983
* Mary Kom Birth Place
* Mary Kom Real Name
Mangte Chungneijang Mary Kom
* Mary Kom Nickname
* Mary Kom Popular name
MC Mary Kom
* Mary Kom Father name
Mangte Tonpa Kom
* Mary Kom Mother name
Mangte Akham Kom
* Mary Kom Husband name
K Onler Kom
* Mary Kom Childres
Two twins sons Rechungvar and Khupneivar.
* Mary Kom Status
* Mary Kom Education
Early education from Loktak Christian Model High School, Moirang.
* Mary Kom Graduation
from Churachandpur College
* Mary Kom Sports
* Mary Kom Height
* Mary Kom Weight
* Mary Kom Mother Tongue
* Mary Kom Languages Known
* Mary Kom in 2020 Tokyo Olympic
Will represent India in Flyweight division of Boxing event.
* Mary Kom Awards
Has Won 2010 Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award.
Has Won 2013 Padma Bhushan award.
Has Won 2006 Padma Shri award.
Has won 2003 Arjuna Award.
In 2016 nominated to the member of upper house of Indian parliament.
* Mary Kom Achievements
She has successively five time won the World Boxing Championship.
She is the only woman boxer to have won a medal in each one of the six world championships.
First Indian women Boxer to win the Bronze medal in 2012 London Olympics.
First Indian women Boxer to Win Gold Medal in the Asian Games in 2014.
First Indian women Boxer to Win Gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.