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Women's Boxing EUBC European Championships 2018

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Women's Boxing EUBC European Championships 2018

 

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The most important thing about this tournament (because it's the first step towards, maybe, the Tokyo Olympics)...

"The top ten classified of 5 categories (kg. 48, 57, 60, 69 and 75) will get a pass to the participation to the 2019 European Championships set at Minsk, Belarus."

 

EUBC Women’s European Boxing Championships: all results, draw sheets, daily schedule:

http://www.eubcboxing.org/slider/eubc-womens-european-boxing-championships-all-results-draw-sheets-daily-schedule/

 

Daily Live Streaming on EUBC's Youtube page...

Today's action: Session #2 @ 2 p.m. & Session #3 @ 6 p.m. local time, 1 hour earlier CET:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXHlcDxLnREean4D-PvS41w

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8 minutes ago, phelps said:

The most important thing about this tournament (because it's the first step towards, maybe, the Tokyo Olympics)...

"The top ten classified of 5 categories (kg. 48, 57, 60, 69 and 75) will get a pass to the participation to the 2019 European Championships set at Minsk, Belarus."

 

European Games*

 

Btw, 9th and 10th place will be decided by those who lost to eventual finalist in 1/8 finals... Gotta love the randomness. :p


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1 hour ago, dcro said:

 

European Games*

 

In boxing (and judo and a few other sports) the European Games will be valid as 2019 European Championships.

 

1 hour ago, phelps said:

"The top ten classified of 5 categories (kg. 48, 57, 60, 69 and 75) will get a pass to the participation to the 2019 European Championships set at Minsk, Belarus."

Maybe this is a mistake on their site... 48 kg is not a category that is supposed to be part of Minsk 2019, only the Olympic categories (51, 57, 60, 69, 75 kg) are in the programme. 

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1 ora fa, dcro ha scritto:

 

European Games*

 

Btw, 9th and 10th place will be decided by those who lost to eventual finalist in 1/8 finals... Gotta love the randomness. :p

 

@Dunadan already answered to that...;)

 

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Maybe this is a mistake on their site... 48 kg is not a category that is supposed to be part of Minsk 2019, only the Olympic categories (51, 57, 60, 69, 75 kg) are in the programme.

 

probably it is...I just did Copy & paste that sentence from EUBC's website...:dunno:

 

 

p.s. by the way, the +81kg class has only 6 starters, which means that the first 2 seeded fighters (Sennur Demir, TUR & Kristina Tkacheva, RUS) are already through to the semifinals and have a guaranteed medal before the competition actually starts...:yikes::facepalm::wall:

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what a farce!

women's boxing now can really say that they're "at the same level of men's"...

yeah...in terms of corruption, for sure...

one more time...let's get rid of this sh*t as quick as possible...:facepalm::wall:

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the big cheat :whistle: has come to the final day...

 

this is a recap of the semifinals

 

-48kg
Sevda Asenova (BUL) b. Steluta Duta (ROU)  by PTS (3-2)
Ekaterina Paltceva (RUS) b. Hanna Okhota (UKR)  by PTS (4-1)

 

-51kg
Svetlana Solouianova (RUS) b. Gabriela Dimitrova (BUL)  by PTS (4-1)
Busenaz Cakiroglu (TUR) b. Yana Burym (BLR)  by PTS (5-0)

 

-54kg
Delphine Mancini (FRA) b. Arianna Giulia Delaurenti (ITA)  by PTS (3-2)
Stoyka Zhelykazova Petrova (BUL) b. Viktoriia Kuleshova (RUS)  by PTS (5-0)

 

-57kg
Daria Abramova (RUS) b. Michaela Walsh (IRL)  by PTS (3-2)
Stanimira Petrova (BUL) b. Mona Mestiaen (FRA)  by PTS (5-0)

 

-60kg
Mira Potkonen (FIN) b. Kellie Anne Harrington (IRL)  by PTS (4-1)
Anastasia Beliakova (RUS) b. Denitsa Yordanova Eliseeva (BUL)  by PTS (5-0)

 

-64kg
Sema Caliskan (TUR) b. Ekaterina Dynnik (RUS)  by PTS (3-2)
Melis Nezhdetova Yonuzova (BUL) b. Mariia Bova Badulina (UKR)  by RSC (1:21 of R.3)

 

-69kg
Elina Gustafsson (FIN) b. Assunta Canfora (ITA)  by PTS (5-0)
Iaroslava Iakushina (RUS) b. Nadine Apetz (GER)  by PTS (5-0)

 

-75kg
Nouchka Mireille Fontijn (NED) b. Sarah Scheurich (GER)  by PTS (5-0)
Mariya Borutsa (UKR) b. Lauren Louise Price (WAL)  by PTS (3-2)

 

-81kg
Elif Guneri (TUR) b. Anastasiia Chernokolenko (UKR)  by PTS (4-1)
Maria Urakova (RUS) b. Victoriya Kebikava (BLR)  by PTS (3-2)

 

+81kg
Flavia Severin (ITA) b. Sennur Demir (TUR)  by PTS (3-2)
Kristina Tkacheva (RUS) b. Lidia Maria Fidura (POL)  by WO

 

 

8 Countries with at least 1 fighter in today's finals (among those, Russia have 7, Bulgaria 4 and Turkey 3...is that just a coincidence? I don't think so...:whistle::facepalm::wall:)
6 more Nations, instead, can enjoy at least 1 medal, but no Gold and/or Silver, since their best fighters stopped their campaign in the semifinals (which means they won the Bronze medal in their respective weight class)...
in total, 14 Countries will come back home with some honor.

 

The Gold medal bouts are scheduled for today @ 5 p.m. local time (4 p.m. CET, live streaming on the EUBC Youtube page)...

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What makes you think that there is cheating in boxing? Not that I claim there is not, I am just ignorant about the issue and wondering.

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14 minutes ago, merlinsbeard said:

What makes you think that there is cheating in boxing? Not that I claim there is not, I am just ignorant about the issue and wondering.

One good example came during the last Olympics, where a Russian was beaten up so badly by an Irish guy (forgive me if I'm mixing up nationalities here) that he couldn't even start his next fight...yet the jury decided the Russian 'won'.

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