Asian Amateur Boxing Championships

The Asian Amateur Boxing Championships is the highest competition for boxing amateurs in Asia. The first tournament took place in 1963, hosted by Bangkok, Thailand.

Men's editionsEdit

Edition Year Host city Champion
1 1963   Bangkok, Thailand   Japan (3 G)
2 1965   Seoul, South Korea   South Korea (8 G)
3 1967   Colombo, Ceylon   South Korea (4 G)
4 1970   Manila, Philippines   South Korea (4 G)
5 1971   Tehran, Iran   Iran (3 G)
6 1973   Bangkok, Thailand   Thailand (5 G)
7 1975   Yokohama, Japan   Japan (6 G)
8 1977   Jakarta, Indonesia   Iran (4 G)
9 1980   Bombay, India   South Korea (3 G)
10 1982   Seoul, South Korea   South Korea (7 G)
11 1983   Okinawa, Japan   South Korea (6 G)
12 1985   Bangkok, Thailand   South Korea (7 G)
13 1987   Kuwait, Kuwait   South Korea (8 G)
14 1989   Beijing, China   South Korea (7 G)
15 1991   Bangkok, Thailand   Thailand (6 G)
16 1992   Bangkok, Thailand   South Korea (6 G)
17 1994   Tehran, Iran   Kazakhstan (5 G)
18 1995   Tashkent, Uzbekistan   Kazakhstan (6 G)
19 1997   Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia   Thailand (4 G)
20 1999   Tashkent, Uzbekistan   Uzbekistan (7 G)
21 2002   Seremban, Malaysia   Uzbekistan (5 G)
22 2004   Puerto Princesa, Philippines   Kazakhstan (3 G)
23 2005   Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam   Pakistan (3 G)
24 2007   Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia   Uzbekistan (3 G)
25 2009   Zhuhai, China   China (3 G)
26 2011   Incheon, South Korea   China (2 G)
27 2013   Amman, Jordan   Kazakhstan (7 G)
28 2015   Bangkok, Thailand   Kazakhstan (5 G)
29 2017   Tashkent, Uzbekistan   Uzbekistan (9 G)

Women's editionsEdit

Edition Year Host city Champion
1 2001   Bangkok, Thailand   North Korea (5 G)
2 2003   Hissar, India   North Korea (6 G)
3 2005   Kaohsiung, Taiwan   India (7 G)
4 2008   Guwahati, India   China (6 G)
5 2010   Astana, Kazakhstan   Kazakhstan (4 G)
6 2012   Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia   China (5 G)
7 2015   Wulanchabu, China   China (6 G)
8 2017   Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam   China (4 G)

Combined editionsEdit

Edition Year Host city Champion
30 2019   Bangkok, Thailand   China (6 G)
31 2021   Dubai, United Arab Emirates   Kazakhstan (8 G)

All-time medal tableEdit

WomenEdit

As of 2015

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  China23151452
2  North Korea21151046
3  India19212060
4  Kazakhstan541120
5  Thailand44614
6  Philippines23712
7  Mongolia2169
8  Chinese Taipei181221
9  South Korea12710
10  Tajikistan1124
11  Vietnam021214
12  Uzbekistan0224
13  Hong Kong0112
14  Japan001010
15  Sri Lanka0066
16    Nepal0033
17  Indonesia0022
18  Afghanistan0011
  Macau0011
Totals (19 nations)7979133291

See alsoEdit

Results DatabaseEdit

External linksEdit