AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships – Women’s Overall Ranking
The AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships will be a great highlight of our sport this month in Budapest which event is parallel with the Jakarta 2018 Asian Games. Powerful Russia leads the ranking but India is second and China is the third in the overall medal standings since 2011.
Fifteen nations claimed at least one gold medal in the history of the AIBA Women’s Youth World Boxing Championships and among them five are Asian countries. Altogether 31 nations secured at least one bronze medal in the recent editions since 2011 and among them 10 countries are from our Asian continent.
India claimed altogether 14 medals including seven titles which flew the country to the second place of the ranking. China is third in the overall ranking, Kazakhstan is fifth, but Chinese Taipei is also in the Top10. South Korea ranked No. 14 with one gold medal and one bronze but Vietnam, DPR Korea, Japan, Mongolia and Thailand also achieved at least one medal in the history of the AIBA Women’s Youth World Boxing Championships.
The qualified youth boxers of the Asian continent have been preparing with full speed to the Budapest 2018 AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships where the first competition day is scheduled on August 21. India, China, Kazakhstan, South Korea, Mongolia and Thailand will be boxing for titles in the Budapest 2018 AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships to take over a few countries in the overall medal ranking.
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