The money prize event, the new Thailand Open International Boxing Tournament will be held in Phuket on April 1-10
The registrations for the upcoming money prize event, the Thailand Open International Boxing Tournament are open for all of the National Federations. The Thailand Open International Boxing Tournament will be held in six women and seven men weight classes but this time the competition moved from Bangkok to Phuket which is famous of its holiday resorts, beaches and restaurants.
Thailand’s and one of the world’s biggest boxing events is scheduled to take place for the elite women and men boxers in Phuket on April 1-10 in 2022. There will be also a pre-training camp for the boxers before the start of the Thailand Open International Boxing Tournament on March 23-30 to help the delegations to prepare to the competition.
The Thailand Open International Boxing Tournament will be a preparation event before the IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships, Southeast Asian Games, Asian Games, ASBC Asian Elite Boxing Championships and EUBC European Elite Boxing Championships.
All of the female and male medallists will be received money prizes at the Thailand Open International Boxing Tournament in Phuket. The costs of the accommodation and the meals for the official teams are cheap in the competition, the double room rate is only 30 USD per person per night. All of the flight travel expenses must be covered by the participating teams.
The women boxers will be able to attend in six weight classes at the Thailand Open International Boxing Tournament: minimumweight (48kg), flyweight (51kg), featherweight (57kg), lightweight (60kg), welterweight (69kg) and middleweight (75kg). The men’s event is scheduled to be held in seven different categories in Thailand Open International Boxing Tournament: flyweight (52kg), bantamweight (57kg), lightweight (63kg), welterweight (69kg), middleweight (75kg), light heavyweight (81kg) and heavyweight (91kg). The Thailand Open International Boxing Tournament is traditionally one of the strongest Asian international events where the top boxing nations such as Cuba, Russia, China, India, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Italy, South Korea, Iran, DPR Korea, Thailand, Japan, Philippines, Spain, Croatia, Australia, New Zealand and Mongolia all attended in the recent years.
Facts of the event
Name of the event: Thailand Open International Boxing Tournament
Date of the event: 1-10 April, 2022
Venue : Phuket, Thailand
Age Group: Elite
Genders: Women & Men
Schedule of the 2022 Thailand Open International Boxing Tournament
April 1 – Arrival of the delegations
April 2, 09:00-12:00 – Sport Entries Check in the Team Hotel
April 2, 14:00 – Technical Meeting at the Team Hotel
April 2, 15:00 – Official Draw at the Team Hotel
April 3, 13:30 – Opening Ceremony at the Competition Venue
April 3, 14:00 & 18:00 – Day1 competition
April 4, 14:00 & 18:00 – Day2 competition
April 5, 14:00 & 18:00 – Day3 competition
April 6, 14:00 & 18:00 – Day4 competition
April 7 – Rest Day
April 8, 14:00 – Day5 Semi-finals
April 9, 14:00 – Day6 Finals
April 9, 19:00 – Farewell Dinner
April 10 – Departure of the delegations
Weight categories of the Thailand Open International Boxing Tournament
Women’s: 48kg, 51kg, 57kg, 60kg, 69kg, 75kg
Men’s: 52kg, 57kg, 63kg, 69kg, 75kg, 81kg, 91kg
Money prizes in the Thailand Open International Boxing Tournament
The gold, silver and bronze medallists in each female and male weight class will be received cash money prizes above their medals.
The organizers of the Thailand Open International Boxing Tournament
Thailand Boxing Association
Email: email@example.com (Mr. Kraitach Kaewkate)
Email for visa matters: firstname.lastname@example.org (Ms. Kanyatat Chukul)
Phone: +662 186 7542
Fax: +662 186 7542
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