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AIBA President represents boxing at the 38th OCA General Assembly

During the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) General Assembly, which took place in Bangkok Thailand, Boxing was proudly represented by AIBA President Gafur Rahimov. While the General Assembly opened on Saturday night with a mixture of protocols, awards, presentation and traditional music and dance as well as Thai cuisine, the administrative portion of the General...
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European Boxing reaffirms its support of AIBA at Annual General Assembly

Following the European Boxing Confederation’s (EUBC) Annual General Assembly in Moscow, a resolution reaffirming unwavering support for AIBA was unanimously approved by the newly elected EUBC Executive Committee. This resolution states: We, the European Boxing Confederation (EUBC): Reaffirm that the International Boxing Association (AIBA) is the one and only governing body of Olympic Boxing. Vow...
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AIBA Executive Committee meeting highlights unity & progress in Istanbul

The AIBA Executive Committee convened for a two-days meeting to discuss the current state of affairs and the continued progress towards its new reforms in the Turkish city of Istanbul on February 8 and 9. Among the various topics discussed were the relations with the IOC, appointments of commission chairs, the review and approval of...
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Fifteen nations claim medals at the 69th edition of the Strandja International Boxing Tournament in Sofia

Bulgaria’s capital Sofia has hosted the Strandja International Boxing Tournament across seven days of exciting boxing action. The prestigious Strandja tournament has become an unmissable event for the top boxing nations around the globe in its 69 years of existence. A total number of 93 women and 143 men representing 30 countries took part in...
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Five countries win golds as 2017 AIBA Youth Women’s World Boxing Championships come to a close in Guwahati

Sunday witnessed ten thrilling finals of the 2017 Women’s Youth World Championships in the north-east India city of Guwahati, at which Russia, Kazakhstan, USA and South Korea topped the podium along with the hosts India whose boxers dominated the lighter weight categories. A total of 160 boxers from 31 countries began the week-long tournament, which...
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HeadsUp invites teenage boxing prospects from Sainik School Goalpara to sample Semi-Final atmosphere of 2017 Youth Women’s World Championships

Building a formidable reputation for its sporting achievements since it was founded in 1964, the Sainik School Goalpara (SSG) became the latest institution to receive valuable support from AIBA’s grassroots programme HeadsUp on Saturday afternoon. Dozens of teenage boxers from the army school were invited to join the crowds for the semi-final stages of the...
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AIBA, BFI and Sport Authority of India deliver important boxing legacy project during 2017 Youth Women’s World Championships

From 21-23 November, AIBA took its legacy project initiative to India with 24 local coaches embarking on the GlovesUp introductory course to the world of international boxing with the participation of 70 young men and women athletes, the first in what will become a series of collaborations across the country to promote Indian boxing. The...
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Flyweight preliminaries get 2017 AIBA Women’s Youth World Championships underway in Guwahati

Sunday saw the first day of action in the 2017 AIBA Women’s Youth World Boxing Championships, with nine bouts of Flyweight (51kg) boxing and the Opening Ceremony getting the week-long tournament in Guwahati underway in style. Australia’s Indianna Heibloem looked in strong form as she out-boxed New Zealand’s Commonwealth Youth Games winner Shylah Waikai in...
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Official Draw in Guwahati confirms line-ups for 2017 AIBA Women’s Youth World Boxing Championships

Saturday afternoon in the north-eastern India city of Guwahati saw 160 names from 31 countries go into the draw for the 2017 AIBA Women’s Youth World Boxing Championships, with all boxers born in 1999 or 2000.  The week-long tournament, running from 19-26 November, not only provides the springboard to the Elite level and the exciting...
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5 Reasons not to miss the 2017 AIBA Women’s Youth World Championships in Guwahati

The Indian city of Guwahati will host the first-ever standalone AIBA Women’s Youth World Boxing Championships from 19 November, recognition of the development of the sport and the increase in the number of women’s medal categories at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games to five. With the spotlight firmly on the week-long tournament, here are five...
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