Parada, Koszewska and Schmoranzova celebrated their RSC triumphs at the Silesian Women’s Open Tournament on Day202 September 2020
The second competition day of the 15th edition of the Silesian Women’s Open Boxing Tournament recognized further 15 contests in Gliwice, Poland. Poland’s EUBC European Women’s Junior Champion Daria Parada, European Games winner Karolina Koszewska and Czech Republic’s veteran Martina Schmoranzova all won their contests by RSC.
The Silesian Women’s Open Tournament is holding until September 6 and the event is the first international competition since March. The Silesian Women’s Open Tournament is streamed from Day1 until the finals at the Polish website of www.bokser.org.
The 15th Silesian Women’s Open Boxing Tournament holds for the elite, youth and junior female boxers in Gliwice. The safety of all participants, the continuous medical checks, the social distancing, the hygienic preparations, wearing masks and all of the controls are the responsibility of the local organizers in Gliwice. The first edition of the Silesian Women’s Open Boxing Tournament was held in 2006.
The bout of the day
Poland has got talented women’s junior boxers in the team and one of their new hopes Oliwia Golejewska proved her stamina on Day2. The 15-year-old boxer is not an experienced junior yet but her fighting spirit and attacking style were excellent combinations to the way of her success in Gliwice. The Polish boxer was slightly better than Czech Republic’s Natalie Dudova in the bout of the day of the Silesian Women’s Open Tournament.
The surprise of the day
Poland’s Nikola Maksymowicz claimed silver medal at the junior light flyweight (48kg) in the 2019 edition of the Silesian Women’s Open Tournament one year ago. The 16-year-old boxer remained at the junior level this year and she was named as the main favourite of the flyweight (50kg) in the new edition. Maksymowicz was not able to show her developments within the last one year and suffered a loss to Poland’s Gabriela Migda.
Poland’s Julia Szeremeta won the title of the 2019 Silesian Women’s Open Tournament among the juniors and she attends already at the youth level this year. Szeremeta adopted the strength and technique of the youth featherweight (57kg) in the recent months and bowed out her fellow Martyna Bruch on Day2. Another top Polish youth boxer, 2018 EUBC European Women’s Junior Champion Daria Parada won her fight against Daria Napora by RSC at the middleweight (75kg).
Poland’s Karolina Koszewska claimed her first medal in the European Women’s Boxing Championships already in 2003 and she is still active in the international stage after nearly 20 years of experiences. The defending European Games winner Koszewska had a strong rival at the women’s welterweight (69kg), former Ukrainian Anna Bilous on Day2. Koszewska not only used her height advantage in their contest but her strength delivered for her RSC success in Gliwice.
Czech Republic’s most experienced elite team member Martina Schmoranzova joined to the national team in 2006. She attended almost all of the AIBA and EUBC events in the recent one decade and decided to attend also at the Silesian Women’s Open Tournament. The Czech boxer moved up to the middleweight (75kg) just for this event but stopped her Polish opponent Laura Kowalska in the second competition day.