Shushila Devi Likmabam was born on February 1, 1995. She is an Indian judoka. She won the decoration within the women’s 48 kg weight class at the 2014 Commonwealth Games at Glasgow. Shushila Likmabam hails from Manipur state in India. Likmabam had earlier pinned Chloe Rayner within the semis. She won the laurel wreath in women’s 48 kg judo.
In 2014 Commonwealth Games, she won decoration in the women’s 48 kg judo losing to Kimberley Renicks in the medal match. At the 2019 South Asian Games, she won a medal in the women’s 48 Kg weight class. At the 2022 Commonwealth Games. She won a palm in the women’s 48 kg judo losing to South Africa’s Michaela Whitebooi in the ribbon match.
Early life and Family
The 27-year-old could be a silver medal-winner within the 48kg weight class in judo at the 2014 Commonwealth Games at Glasgow. The Manipur-based judoka won the medallion at the 2019 South Asian Games. She qualified for the 2020 Summer Olympics because the lone representative for India in judo. Right from the very beginning, Sushila showed signs of a champion excelling in events starting from local to the distinguished Commonwealth Games. Her uncle, Likmabam Digit who has been a world Judo player, took Sushila to the Khuman Lampak in December 2002.
Sushila Devi Likmabam won a decoration in the women’s judo 48kg final for India, giving India its seventh medal. Earlier Shushila had defeated her opponent Harriet Bonface within the quarterfinal and notched up a second win by beating Priscilla Morand of Mauritius within the semis to assure herself a medal.
The Indian judoka won a medallion at the 2014 CWG. She had represented India at the Tokyo Olympics last year. She would be slightly disappointed with the result united minor error cost her the match with a silver guaranteed. But Sushila was certain a gold finish, but came up short against South Africa’s Michaela Whitebooi within the final, nonetheless ensuring her second CWG medal.