Afghanistan Boxing Federation sets up a database in its new project which support the standardization in the national events

Afghanistan Boxing Federation launched its new project under the name of Systematization and Standardization in the upcoming one month. Afghanistan Boxing Federation will be distributing more official licences for more than 300 club throughout the country which supports their identification in an online database.

The Afghanistan Boxing Federation will send special QR codes to all of the boxing clubs and make an online database in the upcoming weeks. All boxers from the youngest age group up to the elite athletes must be registering to Afghanistan Boxing Federation’s online database to compete in the national events. The standardization helps the officials of the Afghanistan Boxing Federation to identify all boxers in each age group in all regions.

The database can also record the performance of the boxers to follow their developments in all provinces. More than 300 clubs can make this important process and among them around 100 is located in the capital city in Kabul. The head of the project is the Secretary General of the Afghanistan Boxing Federation Mr. Waheedullah Hameedi.

Afghanistan achieved two fantastic bronze medals in the Kuwait City 2019 ASBC Asian Schoolboys Boxing Championships one and half year ago and their boxers amazed the experts with their stamina and fighting spirit. Their boxers competed in the Asian & Oceanian Olympic Boxing Qualifying Event and all of the recent ASBC Championships.

The Afghanistan Boxing Federation hosted all of their national championships in each age group and other most important competitions in 2020 such as the Hameedullah Hameedi Memorial Tournament in Kabul.

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