Twenty-three nations have medallists in the EUBC U22 European Boxing Championships

14 March 2019 News

The quarter-finals were held in the fifth and sixth competition days at the European U22 Boxing Championships in Vladikavkaz and the only the 78 guaranteed medallists including 38 women boxers remained in actions in the Russian city. Russia is the most successful country with their total number of 15 medals after the quarter-finals ahead of Turkey, Armenia, England, Italy and Ukraine.

Eighteen nations claimed at least one medal in the women’s part of the European U22 Boxing Championships while sixteen countries have got at least one semi-finalists in the men’s competition in Vladikavkaz. The total number of nations which are guaranteed medallists in the European U22 Boxing Championships is impressive 23.

Medals by nations of the women’s competition:

  • Russia: 8 medals
  • Turkey: 6 medals
  • Italy: 5 medals
  • Armenia, England, France, Poland: 2 medals
  • Albania, Belarus, Bulgaria, Georgia, Ireland, Netherlands, Romania, Scotland, Slovakia, Sweden, Ukraine: 1 medal

Medals by nations of the men’s competition:

  • Russia: 7 medals
  • Ukraine: 4 medals
  • Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, England, Georgia: 3 medals
  • Bulgaria, Germany, Moldova, Turkey, Wales: 2 medalsCroatia, France, Romania, Scotland: 1 medal

Total number of medals by nations in Vladikavkaz:

  • Russia: 15 medals
  • Turkey: 8 medals
  • Armenia, England, Italy, Ukraine: 5 medals
  • Belarus, Georgia: 4 medals
  • Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, France: 3 medals
  • Germany, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Scotland, Wales: 2 medals
  • Albania, Croatia, Ireland, Netherlands, Slovakia, Sweden: 1 medal
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