The Uzbek male boxers have busy training schedule before the Olympics

Uzbekistan qualified four women and seven men boxers to the Paris Olympic Games and their stars are in the direct preparations for the main event of the year.

The Uzbeks were excellent at the Asian Games in Hangzhou and at the 1st World Olympic Boxing Qualifying Event in Busto Arsizio. Only three of their girls had to travel to the 2nd World Olympic Boxing Qualifying Event and among them one has succeeded in Bangkok.

The team spent a lot of time in Yangiabad in their training camp but their male boxers travelled to Sochi as the next phase of the preparations and they will spend the time there until June 22.

Their qualified women boxers are still very young, Sabina Bobokulova (50kg) and Nigina Uktamova (54kg) both were born in 2003 but the duo have several Asian titles since 2019. Sitora Turdibekova (57kg) is 22-year-old while their welterweight (66kg) Asian Champion Navbakhor Khamidova is 23.

One of the Uzbek aces, Hasanboy Dusmatov, the Rio 2016 Olympic Games winner, are aiming for his next title in Paris and the 31-year-old flyweight (51kg) star is in top shape following his preparation events.

Uzbekistan’s featherweight (57kg) genius, Abdumalik Khalokov is World Champion, Asian Games winner and Asian Champion as well but the Olympic gold medal is still missing of his collection.

The defending World Champions such as Ruslan Abdullayev (63.5kg), and Asadkhudja Muydinkhudjayev (71kg), furthermore the Youth World Champion Turabek Khabibullayev (80kg) and the Asian Champion Lazizbek Mullojonov (92kg) all qualified for Paris through the 1st World Olympic Boxing Qualifying Event.

The next superstar of the team, the multiple Asian Champion Bakhodir Jalolov is titleholder at the super heavyweight (+92kg) in the Olympic Games and all of the experts predict his second title in Paris.

Javokhir Abdurakhimov (71kg), Javokhir Ummataliyev (75kg), the promising star Fazliddin Erkinboyev (80kg), Shokhjakhon Abdullayev (86kg), the World bronze medallist Madiyar Saidrakhimov (92kg), Diyorbek Uralov (92kg) and the five-time Asian Champion Jakhongir Zokirov (+92kg) are also in the training camp to support their qualified boxers.

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