ASBC President Mr. Anas Alotaiba and the whole ASBC management are sending their sincere condolences to Mr. Chaiya Ruamtham’s family

The President of the Asian Boxing Confederation Mr. Anas Alotaiba, furthermore and the whole ASBC management are sending their sincere condolences to Thailand’s Army boxer, Chaiya Ruamtham’s family following the 26-year-old active boxer died in a motorcycle accident in his homeland.

Mr. Chaiya Ruamtham was born in August 20 in 1995 and joined to the international boxing events in 2012 when he attended at the AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships in Yerevan, Armenia. He claimed silver medal at the 2013 Thailand National Boxing Championships at the age of 18.

Ruamtham was also silver medallist at the 2014 Thailand National Games which he changed into gold one year later at the light welterweight (64kg). He had a busy year in 2018 when he achieved silver medal at the National Championships, advanced to the quarter-finals at the Ulaanbaatar Box Cup and at the Thailand Open International Boxing Tournament. He defeated Thiwa Janthacumpa in the final of the 2018 National Games in Chiang Rai which was his next gold medal during his career.

Chaiya Ruamtham surprisingly eliminated AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships bronze medallist future hope Peerapat Yeasungnoen in the preliminary stage of the 2020 Thailand National Championships but Youth Olympic Games winner Atichai Phoemsap stopped him in the quarter-finals of the welterweight (69kg).

The Asian Boxing Confederation is sending its deepest sympathies to his family and will be remember to his great personality, happiness, attitude to the sport, success in boxing and his support of our beloved sport. May his soul will rest in eternal peace in Thailand.

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