Asian Confederation Youth Boxing Championships

ASBC Asian Youth Boxing Championships 2018 will be held in Bangkok. The ASBC Asian Confederation Youth Boxing Championships is the only qualification event for the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games and for the AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships.Total of 69 women and 139 men boxers from 30 countries are taking part for the top honour in the ASBC Asian Confederation Youth Boxing Championships in Bangkok.



India and Kazakhstan are the nations which sent the maximum number of 20 boxers to the event.Chinese Taipei, China, Iran, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, South Korea, Mongolia, Turkmenistan and host Thailand have got also big and strong delegations in the ASBC Asian Confederation Youth Boxing Championships. Cambodia, DPR Korea, Lebanon and the United Arab Emirates never competed in this level, these countries are newcomers in the history of the ASBC Asian Confederation Youth Boxing Championships.

Indian Result

Player Event Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinal SemiFinal Final Medal
Barun Singh 49kg Men Bye U.Chuluunbat(MGL)
Win – (4-1)
Cruz Russu (PHI)
Lost – (1-4)
Bhavesh Kumar 52kg Men Ravindu Gunasila(SRI)
Win – (5-0)
Talgat Syrymbetov(KAZ)
Win – (3-2)
Haikal Muhamad(MAS)
Win – (5-0)
S.Kholmurodov(UZB)
Lost – (0-5)
Bronze Medal
Akash Kumar 56kg Men Chen Ya-Chin(TPE)
Win – (KO)
Surendra Rai(NEP)
Win – (5-0)
Abdumalik Khalokov(UZB)
Lost – (0-5)
Ankit 60kg Men Bye Hossin Hadiyan(IRI)
Win – (5-0)
Seomho Shin(KOR)
Win – (5-0)
Tulga Oyunbaatar(MGL)
Win – (5-0)
Atichai Phoemsap(THA)
lost – (1-4)
Silver Medal
Akash Kumar 64kg Men Bye LIlgiz Mathmusaev(KGZ)
Win – (5-0)
Tagat Shaiken(KAZ)
Lost – (0-5)
Vijaydeep Duhan 69kg Men Bye Roberrd Muskita(INA)
Win – (5-0)
Y.Zhakpekov(KAZ)
Lost – (0-5)
Nitin Kumar 75kg Men Bye Daigo Sunaga(JPN)
Lost – (0-5)
Ronak 81kg Men
Bye Timur Merzhanov(UZB)
Lost – (0-5)
Himmat Singh 91kg Men
Bye Jinyang Ma(CHN)
Lost – (KO)
Aman 91+kg Men
Bye T.Javokhir (UZB)
Win – (5-0)
J.Makhmadaliev(UZB)
Lost – (0-5)
Bronze Medal
Woemen
Nitu Ghanghas 48kg Women
Bye Zhifei Hu(CHN)
Win – (5-0)
A.Kudaibergen(KAZ)
Win – (5-0)
Nillada Meekoon(THA)
Win – (5-0)
Gold Medal
Anamika 51kg Women
Bye Mungunsaran Balsan(MGL)
Win – (5-0)
Kittiya Nampai(THA)
Win – (2-3)
Z. Abdraimova(KAZ)
Lost – (0-5)
Silver Medal
Divya Pawar 54kg Women
Bye Xueqing Cao(CHN)
Win – (5-0)
Ungyong Won(PRK)
Lost – (0-5)
Bronze Medal
Sakshi Choudhary 57kg Women
Bye P.Somnuek(THA)
Lost – (0-5)
Jony 60kg Women
Bye Mariya Gladkova(KAZ)
Lost – (2-3)
Manisha 64kg Women
Bye Xulu Wang(CHN)
Win – (5-0)
Idimokh Kholova(TJK)
Win – (3-2)
Gold Medal
Lalita 69kg Women
Thi Giang Tran(VIE)
Win – (5-0)
Szu-Ping Ho(TPE)
Win – (5-0)
M.Beisebayeva(KAZ)
Win – (5-0)
Gold Medal
Astha Pahwa 75kg Women
Xiyue Wang(CHN)
Win – (5-0)
A.Ryabets(KAZ)
Lost – (0-5)
Bronze Medal
Sakshi Umesh 81kg Women
Bye Dina Islambekova(KAZ)
Lost – (0-5)
Silver Medal
Neha Yadav 81kg+ Women
Bye Guzal Sadykova(KAZ
)
Lost – (0-5)
Silver Medal



Key Moment

  • india won 11 medal in Asian Youth Boxing Championship including 3 gold medals.
  • Nitu Ghanghas won 48kg Gold after defeating Thailand Opponent in a one-sided encounter. In 64Kg Manisha won GOld after defeating Tajikistan opponent in final.3rd Gold Come in 69 Kg women as Lalita beat Tough Kazakistan opponent in a close fight.
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  • Sakshi Umesh (81kg Women), Neha Yadav (81kg+ Women), Anamika (51kg Women) and Ankit (60kg Men) all settle for Silver as they lost their Final matches. Except for Ankit all lost to Kazakhstan opponent in final. Ankit lost to Thailand opponent in final. Ankit was the only male contestant who reaches final.
  • Bhavesh Kumar (52kg Men), Aman (91+kg Men), Divya Pawar (54kg Women), Astha Pahwa (75kg Women) all won Bronze. They lost in Semifinal
  • At the end of an intense week of competition, with 208 boxers from 30 countries stepping into the ring on pursuit the Asian glory, Kazakhstan, Thailand and India have emerged as the triumphant nations winning 10, 4 and 3 gold medals respectively.




    On the women’s side of the draws, Team India showed the power of their new generation of female boxers who aim to follow on the footprint of five-time World Champion Mary Kom winning 3 golds, 3 silvers and 2 bronze medals. But the medal table was topped by Kazakhstan with all their boxers earning medals (4 golds, 3 silvers and 3 bronzes).

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    The Kazakh team dominated as well the men’s event clinching the impressive number of 8 medals (6 golds, 1 silver and 1 bronze). The incredible performance of Thailand’s Atichai Phoemsap in front of his home fans granted him the gold medal in the Men’s 60kg weight division as well as the Best Men Boxer of the event honour. Thailand and Uzbekistan, with 3 and 1 medals respectively, completed the gold medalists trio.

  • India will Get 1 youth Olympics Quota in men. Ankit (60kg) who lost to Thailand in final got quota as Thai have already earn Quota in 60kg.