The history of the previous editions of the ASBC Asian Junior Boxing Championships
The ASBC Asian Confederation Junior Boxing Championships will be held for the girls and the boy boxers in the United Arab Emirates on October 8-17. The ASBC Asian Junior Boxing Championships has got already a short history and the management of ASBC will be continued the tradition in a few weeks.
The ASBC Asian Junior Boxing Championships will be held at the very first time for the girl boxers in this age group in our continent which is another historical step for Asian Boxing Confederation and all Asian National Federations.
The database is open for the registrations to the ASBC Asian Confederation Junior Boxing Championships in the AIBA Database from August 1. The registrations must be done through the AIBA Database for all Asian National Federations until September 10. The boxers who were born in 2003 or in 2004 are eligible to compete in the ASBC Asian Confederation Junior Boxing Championships in the United Arab Emirates.
The 2013 edition of the ASBC Asian Junior Boxing Championships in Shymkent
The 2013 edition of the ASBC Asian Junior Championships was held in Shymkent where thirteen weight classes took place in Kazakhstan. The host country of the event Kazakhstan claimed more than 50% of the top positions finally seven golds, Uzbekistan acquired four while AIBA Team and China both bagged one gold medal in the week-long championships.
Kazakhstan’s spearhead in the national junior squad was Children of Asia Games winner Ablaikhan Zhussupov who secured the gold medals in his last four main competitions and continued this excellent series on his fifth appearance in Shymkent as well. Tajikistan’s first finalist in the event was two-time Dushanbe Junior Tournament winner Bakhodur Usmonov who claimed finally silver medal. Both Central Asian boxers are Asia’s best elite athletes in our current days.
The 2015 edition of the ASBC Asian Junior Boxing Championships in Tashkent
The 2015 edition of the ASBC Asian Confederation Junior Continental Championships has finished in Tashkent, Uzbekistan where the special guests of the gold medal bouts and closing ceremony were the President of the International Olympic Committee Dr. Thomas Bach and the President of the Olympic Council of Asia Mr. Ahmed Al-Fahad Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah.
Thirteen Uzbek boxers advanced to the finals in the front of the home crowd and seven of them could get the throne. Kazakhstan claimed five gold medals in Tashkent while host of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Japan was able to win a historical title in the event. The competition was a great preparation before the 2015 AIBA Junior World Boxing Championships which was held in St. Petersburg, Russia later that year.
The 2017 edition of the ASBC Asian Junior Boxing Championships in Puerto Princesa
The 2017 edition of the ASBC Asian Confederation Junior Boxing Championships finished with its fifth competition day in Puerto Princesa, Philippines where 13 final bouts have been held on last day of boxing. Kazakhstan became the most successful nation in the ASBC Asian Confederation Junior Boxing Championships with six titles but Uzbekistan, Japan and Philippines also won gold medals in Puerto Princesa. The Best Boxer Award went to Japan’s Sora Tanaka who dominated the welterweight (66kg) in the 2017 ASBC Asian Confederation Junior Boxing Championships.
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