Rygielska and Chartoi had strong triumphs in the Feliks Stamm Memorial Tournament on Day4

03 May 2019 News

The sixth session with sixteen quarter-finals was held in the fourth competition day of the 36thedition of the traditional Feliks Stamm Memorial Tournament in Warsaw, Poland. Poland’s Aneta Rygielska had a narrow triumph over Switzerland’s experienced Sandra Brugger on Day4. Sweden’s Adam Chartoi caused the top upset of the day delivering an unexpected success over England’s Carl Fail.

The first edition of the Feliks Stamm Memorial Tournament was held in 1977 and many of Europe’s stars won the titles in the recent decades. Besides to the European nations Australia, New Zealand, Algeria, Morocco, India and Brazil are also attending in the 36th Feliks Stamm Memorial Tournament which means all of the five Confederations sent boxers to Poland’s capital.

Bout of the day

Poland’s Aneta Rygielska was AIBA Women’s Youth World Champion in 2013 and has been attending in the international elite events since 2014. The Polish boxer will be turning to 24 and now she is ready to reach her career highlights in the busy year. Rygielska had to box in the quarter-finals of the women’s lightweight (60kg) with Switzerland’s veteran Sandra Brugger who reached her first big international results in 2015. The 14-year-younger Polish boxer was quicker than the Swiss but the punches came from Brugger’s side with perfect timing. Rygielska shared her power well and finally she defeated the Swiss boxer in the closest bout of the day.

Surprise of the day

Sweden’s Adam Chartoi has done a few surprises in the EUBC U22 European Boxing Championships in Vladikavkaz on March and he has done another amazing success in the quarter-finals of the Feliks Stamm Memorial Tournament. The Swedish boxer reduced the fighting distance successfully against England’s 2018 EUBC European Confederation U22 Boxing Championships silver medallist Carl Fail in time. Chartoi was energetic and his attacking style paid off on Day4 causing a surprise in Warsaw with his triumph.

The Round-Up

Poland’s Sandra Kruk claimed silver medal at the 2012 AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships in Qinhuangdao. The Polish featherweight (57kg) boxer returned in top form last year and she was motivated in her quarter-final when she met with New Zealand’s Amy Andrew. Her Kiwi opponent trains mainly in the United Kingdom and she was competitive to the more experienced Kruk who won their tough contest. The Polish boxer will be meeting in the semi-finals with France’s Sofia Nabet who eliminated England’s Raven Chapman.

Netherlands’ AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships bronze medallist Jemyma Betrian eliminated one of her top rivals in the preliminary stage and had to meet with another experienced rival, Sweden’s Stephanie Thour in Warsaw. The Dutch featherweight (57kg) boxer ruled the middle of the ring and advanced to the semi-finals of the Feliks Stamm Memorial Tournament. Another strong favourite Italy’s Rio 2016 Olympian Irma Testa used her longer hands to beat Croatia’s Sara Beram and also marched to the last four.

Italy’s EUBC European U22 Champion Rebecca Nicoli began her boxing career only in 2015 when Sweden’s Agnes Alexiusson was already an experienced athlete in the European map. In spite of the differences in their number of bouts the younger Nicoli was able to eliminate her Swedish opponent in Warsaw. The two further favourites of the women’s lightweight (60kg) as Brazil’s Beatriz Ferreira and Australia’s Anja Stridsman also advanced to the semi-finals on Day4.

Poland’s Mateusz Polski achieved bronze medal in the Kharkiv 2017 EUBC European Confederation Boxing Championships and following his injuries he returned with strong motivation. The 26-year-old Polish No.1 eliminated Russia’s Grigoriy Lizunenko in their light welterweight (64kg) contest continuing his tough performance. His six-year younger compatriot Damian Durkacz defeated India’s Ankit Khatana in a close bout and also remained his chances alive in Warsaw.

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