Women's Boxing World Championship 2018

last modification : 2019. január 05.

Our University represented Dr. Piroska Béki as a judge from Hungary.

In 2018, the Women's Boxing World Championship was held in New Delhi, where nearly 300 competitors could compete. Our University represented Dr. Piroska Béki as a judge from Hungary.

The tournament ended without hungarian success, but it was still Hungarian in the final, as Piroska could lead the 64 kg bouth.
Altogether 21 nations achieved medals in New Delhi which is higher than the Astana 2016 edition where 19 countries were in the medal rankings. Among them 13 countries advanced to the final of the AIBA Women's World Boxing Championships which is the same figure as two years ago.
The following 13 nations have got at least one finalist in the AIBA Women's World Boxing Championships: - China: 5 finalists
- India, Chinese Taipei, Ukraine: 2 finalists
- Bulgaria, Colombia, DPR Korea, Germany, Ireland, Kazakhstan, Netherlands, Thailand, Turkey: 1 finalist .
Statistics per continents in New Delhi after the semi-finals:
- Asia: 21 medals (16 medals in 2016) and 12 finalists from 6 nations (10 finalists in 2016)
- Europe: 14 medals (16 medals in 2016) and 7 finalists from 6 nations (7 finalists in 2016)
- America: 4 medals (6 medals in 2016) and 1 finalist from 1 nation (2 finalists in 2016)
- Oceania: 1 medal (2 medals in 2016) and no finalist (1 finalist in 2016)
- Africa: 0 medal (0 medal in 2016) and no finalist (0 finalist in 2016).


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