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Boxing EUBC Under 22 European Championships 2019

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Women's Medallists Recap

 

 

women's -48kg
Gold: :RUS Ekaterina Paltceva
Silver: :TUR Melek Yamak
Bronze: :BUL Emi-Mari Todorova & :ITA Roberta Bonatti


women's -51kg
Gold: :ARM Anush Grigoryan
Silver: :RUS Geliusa Galieva
Bronze: :TUR Hamide Yavuz & :ITA Giovanna Marchese


women's -54kg
Gold: :FRA Caroline Cruveillier
Silver: :RUS Anastasiya Artamonova
Bronze: :UKR Anastasiya Lisinska & :GEO Ana Khunjua


women's -57kg
Gold: :ITA Irma Testa
Silver: :ENG Ellie Scotney
Bronze: :SWE Stephanie Thour & :SCO Victoria Glover


women's -60kg
Gold: :IRL Amy Sara Broadhurst
Silver: :ITA Rebecca Nicoli
Bronze: :ENG Shona Whitwell & :FRA Fatia Benmessahel


women's -64kg
Gold: :RUS Ekaterina Dynnik
Silver: :ARM Ani Ovsepyan
Bronze: :SVK Miroslava Jedinakova & :NED Chelsey Heijnen


women's -69kg
Gold: :TUR Busenaz Surmeneli
Silver: :ITA Angela Carini
Bronze: :RUS Natalia Sychigova & :BLR Darya Asmalouskaya


women's -75kg
Gold: :RUS Anastasiya Shamonova
Silver: :POL Agata Kaczmarska
Bronze: :TUR Esmanur Koc & :ALB Elsidita Selaj


women's -81kg (3 Starters only)
Gold: :RUS Mariia Shishmareva
Silver: :POL Aleksandra Smuklerz
Bronze: :TUR Tugba Oz


women's +81kg (3 Starters only)
Gold: :RUS Alina Tkacheva
Silver: :ROU Alina Gabriela Ene
Bronze: :TUR Sueda Sahin

 

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Boxing EUBC Under 22 European Championships 2019, Women's Final Medal Table

 

 

:RUS RUS,  5 / 2 / 1
:ITA ITA,  1 / 2 / 2
:TUR TUR,  1 / 1 / 4
:ARM ARM,  1 / 1 / 0
:FRA FRA,  1 / 0 / 1
:IRL IRL,  1 / 0 / 0
:POL POL,  0 / 2 / 0
:ENG ENG,  0 / 1 / 1
:ROU ROU,  0 / 1 / 0
:ALB ALB,  0 / 0 / 1
:BLR BLR,  0 / 0 / 1
:BUL BUL,  0 / 0 / 1
:GEO GEO,  0 / 0 / 1
:NED NED,  0 / 0 / 1
:SCO SCO,  0 / 0 / 1
:SVK SVK,  0 / 0 / 1
:SWE SWE,  0 / 0 / 1
:UKR UKR,  0 / 0 / 1

 

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Men's Medallists Recap

 

 

men's -49kg
Gold: :RUS Volodya Mnatsakanyan
Silver: :ROU Cosmis Petre Girleanu
Bronze: :BLR Yauheni Karmilchyk & :AZE Rufat Huseynov


men's -52kg
Gold: :BUL Daniel Panev Asenov
Silver: :ENG Kiaran MacDonald
Bronze: :UKR Rostyslav Bilostotskyi & :GEO Nodari Darbaidze


men's -56kg
Gold: :RUS Sergey Iarulin
Silver: :BUL Boyan Panev Asenov
Bronze: :UKR Mykhailo Dziazko & :GEO Artyush Gomtsyan


men's -60kg
Gold: :RUS Beslan Khamzaev
Silver: :MDA Dorin Bucsa
Bronze: :BLR Dzmitry Dziashkevich & :ARM Hrayr Shahverdyan


men's -64kg
Gold: :RUS Alan Abaev
Silver: :TUR Tugrul Han Erdemir
Bronze: :WAL Michael McDonagh & :MDA Alexandru Paraschiv


men's -69kg
Gold: :RUS Vakhid Abbasov
Silver: :ENG Mohammed Harris Akbar
Bronze: :GER Richard Meinecke & :BLR Aliksandr Radzionau


men's -75kg
Gold: :RUS Aleksei Semykin
Silver: :SCO Sean Lazzerini
Bronze: :ARM Vakhtang Harutyunyan & :UKR Dmytro Rybalko


men's -81kg
Gold: :UKR Oleksandr Pokhrebnyak
Silver: :WAL Sammy Lee
Bronze: :TUR Bayram Malkan & :AZE Jabrail Elikov


men's -91kg
Gold: :RUS Vladislav Ivanov
Silver: :ENG Lewis Williams
Bronze: :FRA Soheb Bouafia & :GEO Nikoloz Begadze


men's +91kg
Gold: :AZE Mahammad Abdullayev
Silver: :GER Viktor Jurk
Bronze: :ARM Gurgen Hovannisyan & :CRO Luka Pratljacic

 

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Boxing EUBC Under 22 European Championships 2019, Men's Final Medal Table

 

 

:RUS RUS,  7 / 0 / 0
:BUL BUL,  1 / 1 / 0
:UKR UKR,  1 / 0 / 3
:AZE AZE,  1 / 0 / 2
:ENG ENG,  0 / 3 / 0
:GER GER,  0 / 1 / 1
:MDA MDA,  0 / 1 / 1
:TUR TUR,  0 / 1 / 1
:WAL WAL,  0 / 1 / 1
:ROU ROU,  0 / 1 / 0
:SCO SCO,  0 / 1 / 0
:ARM ARM,  0 / 0 / 3
:BLR BLR,  0 / 0 / 3
:GEO GEO,  0 / 0 / 3
:CRO CRO,  0 / 0 / 1
:FRA FRA,  0 / 0 / 1

 

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Interesting enough,Italy won 5 women medals but 0 in men's competition.

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6 minutes ago, ChandlerMne said:

Interesting enough,Italy won 5 women medals but 0 in men's competition.

 

quite normal in these days for our boxing...

 

according to our federation, which normally is very polite and always try to avoid any sort of polemic comment, we got really robbed at least twice in the men's quarters (which would have got us 2 medals)...

 

however, this men's team was pretty poor (only a couple of guys are somehow decent) and moreover our only real great boxer wasn't there because of an injury (Aziz Mouhieddine in the -91kg, who won this tournament last year and probably is the only current Italian amateur who has a bright future ahead of him if and when he turns pro...actually to me he's already the best heavyweight in the AIBA world, but it's obvious that with the ongoing feud between our officials and both EUBC and AIBA lords he's not going to win any major medal among the AIBA/EUBC ranks)...

 

for what concerns the girls, instead, we have quite a few talented girls (many of them too inexperienced yet, but still), especially Irma Testa, who dominated all the youth and junior ranks until 2016, but then lost her mind after she didn't come home from the Rio Olympics with a medal...now the girl seems to have regained a bit of passion for the sport and she's possibly ready to get back to the place she belongs (the top of the podium)...

 

and also in this tournament we should have got something more than what we actually won, because our 54kg girl was robbed in the early rounds by the Russian who ended up with the silver medal and today the Irish Broadhurst was literally gifted the gold by the judges at a point where our NF president and EUBC council member who was supposed to host the medal ceremony for that class, refused to go out and give the medals away to protest against the judges' performance...

 

tbh, I didn't follow the tournament that much, but I read some news and all of them were remarking as most of the judges were absolutely shameful this week...many of them being just a bunch of idiots who don't even know what boxing is about...

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16 hours ago, phelps said:

 

quite normal in these days for our boxing...

 

according to our federation, which normally is very polite and always try to avoid any sort of polemic comment, we got really robbed at least twice in the men's quarters (which would have got us 2 medals)...

 

however, this men's team was pretty poor (only a couple of guys are somehow decent) and moreover our only real great boxer wasn't there because of an injury (Aziz Mouhieddine in the -91kg, who won this tournament last year and probably is the only current Italian amateur who has a bright future ahead of him if and when he turns pro...actually to me he's already the best heavyweight in the AIBA world, but it's obvious that with the ongoing feud between our officials and both EUBC and AIBA lords he's not going to win any major medal among the AIBA/EUBC ranks)...

 

for what concerns the girls, instead, we have quite a few talented girls (many of them too inexperienced yet, but still), especially Irma Testa, who dominated all the youth and junior ranks until 2016, but then lost her mind after she didn't come home from the Rio Olympics with a medal...now the girl seems to have regained a bit of passion for the sport and she's possibly ready to get back to the place she belongs (the top of the podium)...

 

and also in this tournament we should have got something more than what we actually won, because our 54kg girl was robbed in the early rounds by the Russian who ended up with the silver medal and today the Irish Broadhurst was literally gifted the gold by the judges at a point where our NF president and EUBC council member who was supposed to host the medal ceremony for that class, refused to go out and give the medals away to protest against the judges' performance...

 

tbh, I didn't follow the tournament that much, but I read some news and all of them were remarking as most of the judges were absolutely shameful this week...many of them being just a bunch of idiots who don't even know what boxing is about...

Good post.

I new that there was some crisis in Italian boxing but at least women are just doing fine.

Robbing? I am surprised. :) Well,boxing is only sport in which referees and judges can do anything they wont and they are most important factor in this sport. Only way not to be robbed is to achieve a knockout. If match ends regularly then referee comes with a decision that can be obviously wrong. Like we witnessed many times before. Conlan,Indian fighters,they were all denied of victory because some corrupted referees had different POW. We had match Garcia vs Spence few days ago. It was clear victory. In AIBA regulated competitions Garcia could have been a winner.

AIBA is corrupted to the core. I spoke here about it in 2012. When you see their organisation you see many "suspicious caracters". They surely have an interest in some fighters and they let them win by any means. Usually,those fighters are from former USSR. Who knows what lies beneath the surface...

Italian mens team was always great. Every generation had great fighters,like Russo or Camarelle. Plus,Capai and others. But having AIBA in mind,why to bother fighting in amateur boxing when everything is possible but justice,when they can enter proffessional circuit even when 18? I wouldnt be surprised to see few boxers from Italian roster from Vladikavkaz to enter PRO even in 2019.

I like Testa from her junior age and expected great career from her. She stopped after 2016 but returned in style. 

Sadly,judges are ruining boxing. I watched some heavyweight matches,level of fighting was so-so. Even though you clearly saw many clear headshots from blue fighter,referee rises the hand of red fighter. I was so angry in 2012,after watching qualifing tournament in Turkey. Now i am just gutted. Cant wait to see boxing expelled from OG.

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