The best 11 Kyrgyz boxers returned to their National Training Centre including Usenaliev and Adylbek Uulu
The Kyrgyz men’s national elite team returned to their training camp in Bishkek where 11 top boxers prepare to the next goals. Head coach of the Kyrgyz Republic Mr. Daniyar Jusubaliev and Mr. Zhyldyzbek Niyazaliyev are the experienced trainers in the national training camp who arranged the schedule of the team in the first phase of the preparation.
The preparation is running in their National Training Centre which was named after one of the heroes of Kyrgyzstan’s boxing life Nurlan Abdykalykov in Bishkek. Abdykalykov was one of the National Champions in the Soviet Union from Kyrgyzstan who claimed gold in 1984 and achieved bronze medal at the 1985 European Boxing Championships in Budapest.
Amman 2013 ASBC Asian Champion Azat Usenaliev won several international tournaments in the recent years but he was unlucky with the drawing in the big events. He is definitely Kyrgyzstan’s best boxer who won nearly 90% of his international contests in the recent seven years. ASBC Asian Boxing Championships bronze medallist experienced Mirlan Turkbay Uulu is also in the training camp who competed in the same flyweight (52kg) as Usenaliev.
Akylbek Esenbek Uulu was introduced to the international boxing events in the Asian & Oceanian Olympic Boxing Qualifying Event in Amman but he lost to India’s Commonwealth Games winner Gaurav Solanki. Munarbek Seyitbek Uulu is their second boxer at the featherweight (57kg) in the training camp who represented Kyrgyzstan at the Bangkok 2019 ASBC Asian Elite Boxing Championships.
Kyrgyzstan’s best lightweight (63kg) boxer Argen Kadyrbek Uulu was quarter-finalist in the Jakarta 2018 Asian Games but he failed to qualify for the Tokyo Olympic Games yet. FISU University World Boxing Championships bronze medallist Temirlan Osmonov could be his replacement in the next event who also works in the national training camp.
National Champion Nursultan Mamataly Uulu represented Team Kyrgyzstan at the Asian & Oceanian Olympic Boxing Qualifying Event in Amman this March who moved up to the welterweight (69kg) in the previous months. The second Kyrgyz boxer in the camp in this weight class is 19-year-old Nuradin Rustambek Uulu who earned the country’s first event gold medal in the ASBC Asian Youth Boxing Championships last November.
Kyrgyzstan’s middleweight (75kg) No.1 is 20-year-old Omurbek Bekzhigit Uulu began boxing only five years ago but he competed already high number of international events mostly in 2019. ASBC Asian Boxing Championships bronze medallist Erkin Adylbek Uulu was the flag bearer of Team Kyrgyzstan in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games who continues his boxing career. Kyrgyzstan’s new super heavyweight (+91kg) talent is 19-year-old Akhmed Usupov who won bronze medal in the 2019 ASBC Asian Youth Boxing Championships.
The Kyrgyz team in the national training camp in Bishkek:
52kg: Azat Usenaliev
52kg: Mirlan Turkbay Uulu
57kg: Akylbek Esenbek Uulu
57kg: Munarbek Seyitbek Uulu
63kg: Argen Kadyrbek Uulu
63kg: Temirlan Osmonov
69kg: Nuradin Rustambek Uulu
69kg: Nursultan Mamataly Uulu
75kg: Omurbek Bekzhigit Uulu
81kg: Erkin Adylbek Uulu
+91kg: Akhmed Usupov
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