2014 AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships

The 2014 AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships were held in Sofia, Bulgaria, from 10 to 25 April 2014.[1] The competition is under the supervision of the world's governing body for amateur boxing AIBA and is the junior version of the World Amateur Boxing Championships. The competition was open to boxers born in 1996 and 1997. This was a qualifying tournament for the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics.

Medal summaryEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Light flyweight
(−49 kg)
[2]
Shalkar Aikynbay
  Kazakhstan
Sulaymon Latipov
  Uzbekistan
Shyam Kumar Kakara
AIBAA
Rufat Huseynov
  Azerbaijan
Flyweight
(−52 kg)
[3]
Shakur Stevenson
  United States
Muhammad Ali
  England
Lyu Ping
  China
Masud Yusifzada
  Azerbaijan
Bantamweight
(−56 kg)
[4]
Javier Ibañez
  Cuba
Sultan Zaurbek
  Kazakhstan
Dushko Blagovestov
  Bulgaria
Peter McGrail
  England
Lightweight
(−60 kg)
[5]
Ablaikhan Zhussupov
  Kazakhstan
Arsen Mustafa
  Romania
Ikboljon Kholdarov
  Uzbekistan
Go Hosaka
  Japan
Light Welterweight
(−64 kg)
[6]
Bibert Tumenov
  Russia
Viktor Petrov
  Ukraine
Vincenzo Arecchia
  Italy
Toshihiro Suzuki
  Japan
Welterweight
(−69 kg)
[7]
Bektemir Melikuziev
  Uzbekistan
Luka Prtenjača
  Croatia
Juan Ramón Solano
  Dominican Republic
Ilyas Odinayev
  Belarus
Middleweight
(−75 kg)
[8]
Dmitriy Nesterov
  Russia
Luka Plantić
  Croatia
Kozimbek Mardonov
  Uzbekistan
Ramil Gadzhyiev
  Ukraine
Light Heavyweight
(−81 kg)
[9]
Blagoy Naydenov
  Bulgaria
Vadim Kazakov
  Kazakhstan
Narek Manasyan
  Armenia
Vegar Tregren
  Norway
Heavyweight
(−91 kg)
[10]
Yordan Hernández
  Cuba
Toni Filipi
  Croatia
Robert Marton
  Ukraine
Kim Jin-nyong
  South Korea
Super Heavyweight
(+ 91 kg)
[11]
Darmani Rock
  United States
Peter Kadiru
  Germany
László Komor
  Hungary
Marat Kerimkhanov
  Russia

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Flyweight
(–51 kg)
[12]
Anush Grigoryan
  Armenia
Irma Testa
  Italy
Alua Balkibekova
  Kazakhstan
Neriman Istık
  Turkey
Lightweight
(–60 kg)
[13]
Jajaira Gonzalez
  United States
Esra Yıldız
  Turkey
Anhelina Bondarenko
  Ukraine
Monica Floridia
  Italy
Middleweight
(–75 kg)
[14]
Elżbieta Wójcik
  Poland
Caitlin Parker
  Australia
Chen Nien-chin
  Chinese Taipei
Martha Fabela
  United States

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Bulgaria)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  United States3014
2  Kazakhstan2215
3  Russia2013
4  Cuba2002
5  Uzbekistan1124
6  Armenia1012
  Bulgaria*1012
8  Poland1001
9  Croatia0303
10  Ukraine0134
11  Italy0123
12  England0112
  Turkey0112
14  Australia0101
  Germany0101
  Romania0101
17  Azerbaijan0022
  Japan0022
19AIBAA0011
  Belarus0011
  China0011
  Chinese Taipei0011
  Dominican Republic0011
  Hungary0011
  Norway0011
  South Korea0011
Totals (26 nations)13132652

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

A ^ AIBA terminated Indian Boxing Federation, but sportsmen could participate in international events under the AIBA flag.[15]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "AIBA Youth World Championships Sofia 2014". AIBA. Retrieved 26 September 2020.
  2. ^ Men's Light Fly (46-49kg) Draw Sheet
  3. ^ Men's Fly 52kg Draw Sheet
  4. ^ Men's Bantam 56kg Draw Sheet
  5. ^ Men's Light 60kg Draw Sheet
  6. ^ Men's Light Welter 64kg Draw Sheet
  7. ^ Men's Welter 69kg Draw Sheet
  8. ^ Men's Middle 75kg Draw Sheet
  9. ^ Men's Light Heavy 81kg Draw Sheet
  10. ^ Men's Heavy 91kg Draw Sheet
  11. ^ Men's Super Heavy +91kg Draw Sheet
  12. ^ Women's Fly (48-51kg) Draw Sheet
  13. ^ Women's Light (57-60kg) Draw Sheet
  14. ^ Women's Middle (69-75kg) Draw Sheet
  15. ^ "AIBA terminates Indian Boxing Federation". thehindubusinessline.com. 4 March 2014. Retrieved 26 September 2020.