The upcoming EUBC European Women’s Boxing Championships will be the first continental event in Madrid since 1971

21 August 2019 Featured

Following the EUBC European Schoolgirls and Schoolboys Boxing Championships, another continental event is coming soon in our continent. The EUBC European Women’s Elite Boxing Championships will be taking place in Spain’s capital in Madrid between August 22 and September 1. The first competition day of the EUBC European Women’s Elite Boxing Championships is August 24. The last continental event in Spain was held in 1971 and top level of boxing will be returning to the country after 48 years of hiatus.

The Spanish Boxing Federation hosted the EUBC European Union Boxing Championships in Valladolid last November which was a great success and a successful return of the South European country to the top international stage. The Boxam Youth & Junior Tournament was held in Murcia on April while the Boxam Women’s and Men’s Elite Tournament hosted in Castellon de la Plana this May therefore the Spanish LOC has got experiences hosting competitions.

Altogether 32 nations registered to attend in the EUBC European Women’s Elite Boxing Championships in Madrid including several stars. The first edition of the event was held for the women’s elite boxers in 2001 and since then the competition increased significantly in terms of number of athletes and nations.

Facts of the event

  • Name: EUBC European Women’s Elite Boxing Championships
  • Date: August 22 – September 1, 2019
  • Venue: Madrid, Spain
  • Gender: Women
  • Age Group: Elite
  • Weight categories: 48kg, 51kg, 54kg, 57kg, 60kg, 64kg, 69kg, 75kg, 81kg and +81kg

Schedule of the event

  • August 21-22 – Arrival of the delegations
  • August 22 – Sport Entries Check at Hotel Eurostars Madrid Congress
  • August 23, 14:00 – Technical Meeting at Hotel Eurostars Madrid Congress
  • August 3, 15:30 – Official Draw at Hotel Eurostars Madrid Congress
  • August 24 – Opening Ceremony & Day1 preliminaries
  • August 25 – Day2 preliminaries
  • August 26 – Day3 preliminaries
  • August 27 – Day4 preliminaries
  • August 28 – Day5 preliminaries
  • August 29 – Rest Day
  • August 30 – Day6 semi-finals
  • August 31 – Day7 semi-finals
  • September 1 – Departure of the delegations

Participating countries in the EUBC European Women’s Elite Boxing Championships

The following 32 nations will be taking part in the EUBC European Women’s Elite Boxing Championships: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Georgia, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Scotland, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and Wales.

Boxers who need to be watched in the EUBC European Women’s Elite Boxing Championships

  • Hanna Okhota, Ukraine, women’s 48kg – Silver medallist in the New Delhi 2018 AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships
  • Busenaz Cakiroglu, Turkey, women’s 51kg – European Games winner in 2019
  • Elena Saveleva, Russia, women’s 51kg – AIBA Women’s World Champion
  • Stanimira Petrova, Bulgaria, women’s 57kg – European Games winner in 2019; AIBA Women’s World Champion
  • Michaela Walsh, Ireland, women’s 57kg – Silver medallist in the European Games; Silver medallist in the Commonwealth Games
  • Irma Testa, Italy, women’s 57kg – AIBA Women’s Youth World Champion; Two-time EUBC European U22 Champion
  • Mira Potkonen, Finland, women’s 60kg – European Games winner in 2019; Bronze medallist in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games
  • Anastasia Beliakova, Russia, women’s 60kg – AIBA Women’s World Champion in 2014; Bronze medallist in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games
  • Maria Badulina-Bova, Ukraine, women’s 64kg – AIBA Women’s World Champion in 2012
  • Karolina Koszewska, Poland, women’s 69kg – European Games winner in 2019
  • Busenaz Surmeneli, Turkey, women’s 69kg – AIBA Women’s Youth World Champion; Two-time EUBC European U22 Champion
  • Elina Gustafsson, Finland, women’s 69kg – EUBC European Women’s Champion
  • Lauren Price, Wales, women’s 75kg – European Games winner in 2019; Bronze medallist in the AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships
  • Anastasia Shamonova, Russia, women’s 75kg – Youth Olympic Games winner; AIBA Women’s Youth World Champion
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