ASBC Asian Confederation Boxing Championships – Drawing
188 boxers will take part in the biggest ever Asian boxing event
After the general weigh-in the official drawing was held in the ASBC Asian Confederation Boxing Championships was held in Bangkok, Thailand. The venue of the drawing was held in the Ebina House Hotel which is the accommodation place of the athletes and coaches.
The final number of the boxers was 188 from 28 nations after the general weigh-in which broke all of the previous records. This figure means the current edition of the ASBC Asian Confederation Boxing Championships is the biggest ever one in the history of the competition.
All of the regions of the Asian continent are there in the ASBC Asian Confederation Boxing Championships in Bangkok. China, India, Iran, Kazakhstan, Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Sri Lanka and Uzbekistan are the nations who are competing in the event with maximum number of ten boxers in the event. The host of the ASBC Asian Confederation Boxing Championships Thailand has got eight entered athletes in the event.
The competition will starts with its first competition day later today at 5pm local time in the Thanasat 6 University which is the venue of the ASBC Asian Confederation Boxing Championships.
The number of the participants per weight classes
49 kg: 20 boxers
52 kg: 19 boxers
56 kg: 25 boxers
60 kg: 24 boxers
64 kg: 18 boxers
69 kg: 19 boxers
75 kg: 21 boxers
81 kg: 18 boxers
91 kg: 13 boxers
+91 kg: 11 boxers