#Jeju14 AIBA Women's World Boxing Championships – European Girls keep on ruling Women's Boxing World

24 November 2014 News
Jeju14 60 Kg Katie Taylor Gold Medal

Jeju14 60 Kg Katie Taylor Gold Medal

The exciting Finals took place today in the AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships, and Jeju, Korea was treated to a masterclass in boxing from each participant. The 10 Finals brought the curtain down over one of the most outstanding edition of the AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships.

270 matches were needed to find the new 10 queens of the World Boxing. The European boxers confirmed to be the best in the intercontinental Boxing panorama, due to their 21 medals out of 40.

Russia got 5 medals (3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze); Italy conquered 3 medals (1 silver and 2 bronzes) as well as Turkey (3 Bronzes);  England (2 Silvers), France (2 Bronzes), Azerbaijan (1 silver and 1 Bronze) won 2 medals each; Ireland (1 Gold), Netherlands (1 Bronze), Ukraine (1 Bronze) and Bulgaria (1 Gold) earned 1 medal each.

Katie Taylor (Ireland) got her 5 World Gold medal in a row:



49 Kg: Kyzaibay (KAZ) vs Shamjetsabam (IND) 3-0

51 Kg: Whiteside (ENG) vs Esparza (USA) 1-2

54 Kg: Davide (ITA) vs Petrova (BUL) 1-2

57 Kg: Petecio (PHI) vs Dobronyna (RUS) 0-2

60 Kg: Taylor (IRL) vs Allekseevana (AZE) 3-0

64 Kg: Beliakova (RUS) vs Ryan (ENG) 3-0

69 Kg: Bylon (PAN) vs Abdulaeva (RUS) 2-1

75 Kg: Li (CHN) vs Shields (USA) 0-3

81 Kg Saweety (IND) vs Yang (CHN) 0-3

+81 Kg: Magomedalieva (RUS) vs Kungeubayeva (KAZ) 3-0






Medallists +81 Kg

Medallists 81 Kg

Medallists 75 Kg

Medallists 69 Kg

Medallists 64 Kg

Medallists 60 Kg

Medallists 57 Kg

Medallists 54 Kg

Medallists 51 Kg

Medallists 48 Kg


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