In 2016 at Asian & Oceanian Qualifying Event Qian’an with silver Medal, Shiva stared preparation for Olympic, 2016. As the India’s highest rated boxer in the AIBA ranking (2nd) lists, he represents India in Olympics 2016 at Rio in 56kg division. In the same year he was also wins Gold in 12th South Asian Games. Being as dedicated and hard worker, in the year 2015 he manage to win two Bronze in Asian Confederation Boxing Championship 2015 & World Boxing Championship 2015. Also stunningly in the same year Shiva was eligible with Gold in Doha International Boxing Tournament. With tons of achievements Shiva is entitled as a teenage boxing sensation, emerged as one of the most hopeful boxers in the international arena and became the youngest Indian pugilist at the age of just 18 years to qualify and represented India at the London Olympics Games 2012. He was busy trying his hand at Karate, athletics and football to start with before catching the phenomenal Mike Tyson on television that charmed him into taking up boxing. And, after that, there was no looking back – Shiva Thapa rose on to become one of the brightest starts, and today India’s boxing lovers are pinning their hopes on him. Shiva Thapa entered the Indian Boxing ring with a sensational bang – managed to get the London Olympics ticket in style by fetching a Gold medal at the Asian Olympic Qualifiers in 2012. Prior to that, he won the Silver medal at the World Youth Championships and the Youth Olympic Games, Singapore. In year 2013 he becomes the youngest and 3rd Indian in Boxing history to win Gold in Amman, Jordan. He also becomes the first Indian to sign with a foreign franchise USA team in the World Series Boxing (WSB) United State of America (USA).

In his debut senior international event, he defeated a reigning world champion to notch up a Gold medal, displaying the kind of talent which even ‘surprised’ the coaches. Shiva Thapa has already stunned boxers of national and international repute at a very younger age. He won Six Gold medal and four times Best Boxer trophy at the Inter District Boxing Championship in Assam. He made us swell with pride by winning the Gold medal four times and one Bronze at the Sub-Junior National Boxing Championship. In 2004, at 1st Ko-Cup Sub-Junior National Boxing Championship in Pune (Gold Medal), in 2005, 21st Sub-Junior National Boxing Championship in Noida (Gold Medal), in 2006, 22nd Sub-Junior National Boxing Championship in Jamshedpur (Bronze Medal), in 2008, 23rd Sub-Junior National Boxing Championship in Golaghat (Gold Medal and Best Boxer Trophy), in the same year in 2008, 24th Sub-Junior National Boxing Championship in Gangtok (Gold medal and Best Technical Boxer Trophy). In the year in 2008, he shone in the international arena as a Gold medalist at the Hyder Aliyeve Cup tournament held at Azerbaijan.

In the same year 2008, he won Bronze medal at the IV Children of Asia Games in Yakutsk, Yakutia. Shiva made India proud by winning the Bronze medal in 2009 at the AIBA World Junior Boxing Championship held in Armenia. In 2009, he was a Gold medalist at the European Grand Prix in the Czech Republic. Thereafter, he continued his winning streak by fetching a Silver medal at the World Youth Boxing Championship held at Baku in 2010, a Silver medal again at the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore in 2010 and subsequently a Silver medal in the year 2011 at the 34th National games. He won Gold Medal at the 5th Super Cup Inter-Zonal Men National Boxing Championship in Mumbai in 2011 and in the same year won Gold medal and Best Boxer trophy at the 58th Sahara Senior Men National Boxing Championship in Karaikudi, Tamilnadu, this was his first Senior National. In the same year in 2011, he brought laurels to the nation by winning a Gold medal at the Belgrade Winner 2011 Championship, he defeated World Ranking No.2 Delakliev Detelin of Bulgaria in this tournament. In 2012, Shiva won Silver medal at the 43rd Grand Prix in Czech Republic.