AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships – Asian Women’s Ranking
The AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships will be starting with its first competition day in Budapest in 11 days and Asia’s women boxers are ready to continue their strong performances. The Asian youth talents claimed 17 gold medals in the history of the AIBA Women’s Youth World Boxing Championships since 2011.
India is the most successful Asian boxing nation in the history of the AIBA Women’s Youth World Boxing Championships with their 7 gold medals. Among them five was achieved at the Guwahati 2017 AIBA Women’s Youth World Boxing Championships last November. Nitu Ghanghas, their titleholder at the women’s light flyweight (48kg) is planning to defend her throne in the upcoming Budapest edition.
China is Rank No.2 in the Asian medal standings with their 5 gold medals and altogether 12 medals in the history of the AIBA Women’s Youth World Boxing Championships. Their boxers shined mainly in the 2011 Antalya edition but their strong background could be paid off also in the forthcoming Budapest event. One of their previous winners Chang Yuan will be there in the Jakarta 2018 Asian Games as member of the Chinese elite team.
Kazakhstan is the No.3 in the Asian rankings of the AIBA Women’s Youth World Boxing Championships with their 3 gold medals and incredible 21 podium places altogether. Their strong Gaukhar Yermekbay (2013), Balaussa Muzdiman (2015) and Araylym Begdilda (2017) were their previous gold medallists. Kazakhstan’s current women youth team has got all of the potential to achieve at least one title in Budapest.
Chinese Taipei’s Lin Yu Ting was gold medallist in the Albena 2013 edition of the AIBA Women’s Youth World Boxing Championships and the country claimed altogether six medals in the event since 2011. South Korea’s lone title in the history of the AIBA Women’s Youth World Boxing Championships was achieved by Im Ae Ji at the Guwahati edition last November and she is also ready to box in the Jakarta 2018 Asian Games as elite boxer.
Vietnam, DPR Korea, Japan, Mongolia and Thailand are the further nations which achieved at least one medal in the history of the AIBA Women’s Youth World Boxing Championships. Japan, Mongolia and Thailand have got powerful women youth team and expecting to win medals in the upcoming Budapest edition.
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