Boxing Federation of India (BFI) is the governing body of Boxing in India. BFI’s athlete first approach helped the Indian pugilist’s remarkable journey of growth and dominance in becoming world-beaters and history-makers.
Led by Mr Ajay Singh as president of BFI, it is under his guidance that BFI has managed to grow leaps and bounds. Indian boxing’s global ranking has catapulted from 44th a few years back to becoming World No 3 in 2023 as per the latest IBA World Team Rankings. With two Olympic Medals, Indian boxers have won 16 Elite World Championships medals across men’s and women’s categories since 2016 and have 140 medals to their name since 2008 in top international events.
BFI had the privilege of hosting the prestigious Women’s World Championships thrice now, most by any country and they have also hosted Youth Women’s World Boxing Championships in 2017. Nurturing young talents through various developmental programmers and providing necessary exposure across all age categories have been a priority for the Federation. India has excelled in the junior and youth level categories too having 22 medals from the last two Youth World Championships.
Our continuous efforts have garnered tremendous in last few years. The Indian teams have been consistently finishing in top 5 counties at most global and multinational tournaments such as Asian Games, Commonwealth Games and World Championships. The Indian boxers have won an unprecedented 16 medals in the last two Commonwealth Games.