Ferreira, Apetz, Fontijn, Bennama, Kunkabayev and Tiafack could be the stars of the Cologne Boxing World Cup this week

09 March 2021 News

The Cologne Boxing World Cup will be the highlight of this week’s competitions which is Germany’s top international event. AIBA President Mr. Umar Kremlev will be visiting the Cologne Boxing World Cup where Beatriz Ferreira, Nadine Apetz, Nouchka Fontijn, Billal Bennama, Kamshybek Kunkabayev and Nelvie Tiafack could be the stars of the event.

The German event was previously known as Chemistry Cup and Halle hosted in the recent decades since 1970 as one of the strongest European elite international tournaments. It was moved to Cologne at the very first time in 2019 when France’s AIBA World Champion Sofiane Oumiha was one of the main stars.

Germany’s new sensation Kevin Boakye-Schumann and France’s Tokyo Olympian Samuel Kistohurry amazed in the 2020 edition of the Cologne Boxing World Cup in December 2020. Altogether 72 boxers including 21 women attended in the last edition of the Cologne Boxing World Cup in Germany three months ago.

The safety of all participants, the continuous medical checks, the social distancing, the hygienic preparations, wearing masks and all of the health controls are the responsibility of the local organizers in Germany to avoid any new Covid-19 cases during the Cologne Boxing World Cup.

Facts of the event

Name: Cologne Boxing World Cup

Date: March 10-14, 2021

Venue: Cologne, Germany  

Gender: Women & Men

Age Group: Elite

Date of Birth: 1981-2002 born boxers

Weight categories of the event:

51kg, 57kg, 60kg, 69kg and 75kg for the elite women boxers

52kg, 57kg, 63kg, 69kg, 75kg, 81kg, 91kg and +91kg for the elite men boxers

Schedule of the event

March 10 – Arrival of the delegations

March 10, 21:00 – Technical Meeting

March 11, 09:30 – Official Draw

March 11, 14:00 – Day1 competition

March 12, 14:00 – Day2 competition

March 13, 18:00 – Day3 competition with the finals

March 14 – Departure of the delegations

The list of the participating countries

The following nations are attending in the Cologne Boxing World Cup: Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Brazil, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Mali, Moldova, Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, and Tunisia.

Boxers who need to be watched in the Cologne Boxing World Cup

– Ornella Wahner, Germany, women’s 57kg – AIBA Women’s World Champion

– Beatriz Ferreira, Brazil, women’s 60kg – AIBA Women’s World Champion; Panamerican Games winner

– Maiva Hamadouche, France, women’s 60kg – Silver medallist in the 2019 EUBC European Women’s Boxing Championships

– Nadine Apetz, Germany, women’s 69kg – Two-time AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships bronze medallist

– Nouchka Fontijn, Netherlands, women’s 75kg – Silver medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games; European Games winner; EUBC European Women’s Champion

– Billal Bennama, France, men’s 52kg – AIBA World Boxing Championships bronze medallist

– Saken Bibossynov, Kazakhstan, men’s 52kg – AIBA World Boxing Championships bronze medallist

– Hamsat Shadalov, Germany, men’s 57kg – Tokyo Olympian

– Luiz Gabriel Oliveira, Brazil, men’s 57kg – Youth Olympic Games bronze medallist

– Samuel Kistohurry, France, men’s 57kg – Tokyo Olympian

– Enrico La Cruz, Netherlands, men’s 63kg – European Games bronze medallist

– Wanderson De Oliveira, Brazil, men’s 63kg – AIBA World Boxing Championships quarter-finalist

– Enzo Grau, France, men’s 63kg – AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships bronze medallist

– Aslanbek Shymbergenov, Kazakhstan, men’s 69kg – WSB Champion; Asian Games silver medallist

– Hebert Da Conceicao Sousa, Brazil, men’s 75kg – AIBA World Boxing Championships bronze medallist

– Yermakhan Zhakpekov, Kazakhstan, men’s 75kg – Silver medallist at the AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships

– Keno Marley Machado, Brazil, men’s 81kg – Youth Olympic Games winner

– Nurbek Oralbay, Kazakhstan, men’s 81kg – AIBA Youth World Champion

– Wilfried Florentin, France, men’s 91kg – EUBC European Youth Champion

– Aibek Oralbay, Kazakhstan, men’s 91kg – Youth Olympic Games winner

– Kamshybek Kunkabayev, men’s +91kg – Two-time AIBA World Boxing Championships silver medallist

– Nelvie Tiafack, Germany, men’s +91kg – European Games bronze medallist

– Mourad Aliev, France, men’s +91kg – European Games silver medallist

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