Wiktoria Rogalinska amazed again in the day of the teenage hopes at the Silesian Women’s Open Tournament04 September 2020
The fourth competition day was the longest in the 15th edition of the Silesian Women’s Open Boxing Tournament in Gliwice, Poland where 22 contests have been held for the female boxers. Poland’s Wiktoria Rogalinska amazed once again in the event short after that another teenager Croatia’s Nikolina Cacic won her key fight in Gliwice.
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 Day3 until the finals by the Tylko Sport Telewizja Internetowa in the vimeo.com channel.
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’s Wiktoria Rogalinska is a new addition in the elite national team who joined to the highest level of boxing on January 2020. She claimed bronze medal at the Sofia 2019 EUBC European Women’s Youth Boxing Championships and amazed against her teammate Angelika Krysztoforska on Day3. The 19-year-old Polish talent proved even better performance against Croatia’s experienced Hrvojka Cudina and won the bout of the day in Gliwice. The final verdict was 4:1 in the favour of the Polish teenager who trains at the BKS Skorpion Szczecin.
The surprise of the day
Poland’s Izabela Rozkoszek claimed silver medal at the 2018 edition of the Silesian Open Women’s Tournament among the juniors but she was not the favourite against Julia Szeremeta on Day4. Rozkoszek, who trains in the KS Garda Gieraltowice, is now a youth talent at the featherweight (57kg) and caused the surprise of the day. She eliminated EUBC European Women’s Junior Boxing Championships bronze medallist Julia Szeremeta winning the bout by split decision.
Slovakia’s Nicole Durikova competed at the Sofia 2019 EUBC European Women’s Youth Boxing Championships and she was quickly involved to their elite team this year. The Slovakian teenager won her opening bout on Day1 and continued her winning path at the elite light flyweight (48kg) three days later. Durikova was too strong for Poland’s Beata Ridest and the referee confirmed her RSC success in the second round.
Croatia’s biggest female talent Nikolina Cacic turned to elite age this January following her impressive youth results. She claimed silver at the Budapest 2018 AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships and also at the Sofia 2019 EUBC European Women’s Youth Boxing Championships. The 19-year-old Croatian used the best tactic against Poland’s Agnieszka Kurzaj and secured her place in the next stage of the elite bantamweight (54kg).
Poland’s Aneta Rygielska claimed silver medal at the 2019 EUBC European Women’s Youth Boxing Championships. The former AIBA Women’s Youth World Champion Polish girl had a tough fight on Day4 but she managed to win her contest against Croatia’s Marija Malenica using her excellent footwork. The second Croatian boxer of the elite lightweight (60kg) Sara Kos-Beram succeeded in the fourth competition day and defeated Poland’s Monika Puzio.
Natalia Barbusinska was bronze medallist at the 2018 EUBC European Women’s U22 Boxing Championships in Romania and proved her strong developments in Gliwice where she stopped Joanna Fraszczak in a quick bout. Another experienced Polish light welterweight (64kg) hope Aleksandra Talaga was enough strong and technician to beat Angelika Sobala on Day4.
Day5 Live Streaming from the Silesian Open
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