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Lin and Borgohain eliminated top rivals in the first session of the IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships

The 12th edition of the IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships opened with 12 contests today that were held in the evening session in Istanbul. Boxers in the bantamweight (54kg), featherweight (57kg), light welterweight (63kg), and light middleweight (70kg) competed on the first day of boxing. The first winner of the entire Championships was Dominican Republic’s Estefani...
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Istanbul sets up new records at the Women’s World Boxing Championships

The Official Draw confirmed that 310 boxers from 73 countries are attending the 12th edition of the IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships which is taking place in Istanbul, Turkey. The 7th Qinhuangdao edition in 2012 was the previous record-holder with the participation of 305 boxers from 70 nations, therefore, the Istanbul event breaks the previous achievement. Several...
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IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships 2022 Opens in Istanbul

The IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships 2022 were opened in Istanbul today by IBA President Umar Kremlev, marking the start of two weeks of ground-breaking competition. A record 310 athletes are entered, representing 73 National Federations, who will be boxing in an expanded 12 weight categories.    “Women boxers have demonstrated by their skill, by their strength and...
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The inspirational story of Burundian boxer Ornella Havyarimana

This month’s International Boxing Association (IBA) Women’s World Boxing Championships in Istanbul, Turkey, will see athletes from all over the world compete against each other for the right to be called champion.   Each competitor has their own unique story regarding challenges they have had to overcome. However, the journey of 25-year-old Burundian boxer, Ornella Havyarimana,...
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IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships – The most successful boxers 2001-2019

Eleven editions of the IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships featured since 2001 and the most successful boxer in the history of the event is India’s Chungneijang Mary Kom Hmangte with eight medals including six titles which she earned between 2001 and 2019. Mary Kom won her first title in 2002 and achieved five-in-a-row gold medals...
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Total number of 47 nations claimed medals at the Women’s World Boxing Championships between 2001 and 2019

The new edition of the IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships will be one of the highlights of the year with a record number of boxers onboard. Which nations can join those, that already earned titles and medals at the previous editions? The first edition of the AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships took place in 2001...
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Top boxers from 93 nations are ready to fight at IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships

The new 12th edition of the IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships will take place in Istanbul, Turkey on May 8-20. In total, 19 defending World Champions are registered to fight for the titles in Turkey and several more boxing stars will join this impressive competition. Record-breaking 93 countries sent their registrations to the IBA Head office...
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EUBC elects new President and Board of Directors

The head of IBA Medical & Anti-doping Committee Dr. Ioannis Filippatos from Greece was elected as President of the European Boxing Confederation (EUBC) today. He replaces Mr Franco Falcinelli who has been the head of the EUBC for the last 10 years.   The newly elected President said: “I am immensely grateful for your trust. We...
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Strong competition day for Switzerland at the Bornemissza Youth & Junior Memorial Tournament

A long competition day with 49 contests were held at the 70th Bornemissza Youth & Junior Memorial Tournament started in Eger, Hungary where some of the winners advanced to finals but most of them are semi-finalists yet. Switzerland produced a strong competition day in Eger, their Felix Meier, Jimmy Beckert, Marwan Maslard and Adam Messibah...
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“I knew right away, that boxing was for me”

Zsolt Erdei is the most successful Hungarian pro boxer of all time, he was the world champion of two weight classes – the light-heavyweight and the cruiserweight – defending the previous belt for 9 consecutive years. “Madár” (Bird) – as called in Hungary – fell in love with the sport when he was ten years...
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