Women Champions of ASBC Asian U22 Boxing crowned in Bangkok


LAUSANNE/SWITZERLAND: The primary a part of the finals of the ASBC U22 Males’s and Ladies’s Asian Boxing Championships happened in Bangkok.

Uzbekistan confirmed one of the best outcomes with them taking 5 of the eleven gold medals on Wednesday. Host nation Thailand got here second with three gold medals, with Kazakhstan taking two, and Mongolia with one, the Worldwide Boxing Affiliation (IBA) stated in a press release.

The primary bout within the 48 kg weight class between Tamang Susma from Nepal and Fozilova Farzona from Uzbekistan completed after 3 rounds with the undisputed victory for the Uzbekistanian athlete.

“Emotions are very good. I feel thankful to everyone who supported me and our team. I want to thank my coaches who put a lot of effort into this victory. I had tough fights here at this Championships against really strong opponents. I’d like to say thank you to the organizers who made this event on a really high level”, stated an emotional Farzona after her win.

Fozilova’s compatriot Sabina Bobokulova did not take any probabilities along with her Vietnamese opponent Nguyen Thi Ngoc Tran and took the win with the 5-0 on the judges’ rating playing cards. Precisely the identical end result was proven for 2 different boxers from Uzbekistan. Feruza Kazakova defeated Dashuang Tang (China) within the 52 kg weight class and Nigina Uktamova received Guiyin Feng (China) within the bantamweight division. Later that day Asian elite titleist Navbakhor Khamidova clobbered Mongolia’s Myagmarsuren Tsetsegdari, 5-0, within the welterweight class to punctuate Uzbekistan’s medal marketing campaign.

Within the featherweight class Zoljargal Battur (Mongolia) scratched a victory from the arms of Sitora Turdibekova (Uzbekistan) by 3-2 on the judges’ rating playing cards.

Porntip Buapa from Thailand had a rematch with the Mongolian boxer Nomin-Erdene Tugsjargal, 4-1, in light-weight (60kg) and succeeded this time.

“Thank you to everyone who took part in this championship. Also, to the Thai people, everyone who supported me in this competition, everyone who supported me to be here. It was a little hard for me, because in this competition I faced a boxer that I lost to in the past. It’s a big, big win for me. I feel completely ready for the next championship”, Thai Buapa Porntip stated.

Youth Olympics 2018 Champion Thananya Somnuek from Thailand defeated Mongolian Asian Elite Boxing Champion Badmaarag Somnuek by unanimous determination in gentle welterweight (63kg).

Zhasmin Kizatova and Gulsaya Yerzhan delivered the gold medals for Kazakhstan after wins towards Uzbekistan three-time ASBC Champion Aziza Zokirova in gentle middleweight (70kg) and Thai Pornnipa Chutee in gentle heavyweight (81kg).

“First of all, thanks to the Almighty, I dedicate my victory to my country! I would like to express my gratitude to my coach Yeldos Saidallin. I had difficult and strong opponents, but it was a great experience for me. In the final , my opponent from Uzbekistan was very strong, after all she is a finalist in the World Championships. But my coach helped, and I learned her fights well and we developed our tactics against her”, stated Zhasmin Kizatova

Tokyo Olympics and ASBC Asian Youth Champion Bison Manikon left no likelihood to her opponent Sokhiba Ruzmetova (Uzbekistan) within the 75 kg weight class. The judges gave the Thai athlete a 5-0 victory and the nationwide crew of the host nation celebrated the third gold medal.

The second a part of the ASBC Asian U22 Boxing Championships finals with the boys’s bouts will happen on Thursday.

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