2005 Women's World Amateur Boxing Championships

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The 2005 Women's World Amateur Boxing Championships was an international women's boxing competition hosted by Russia from September 25 to October 2, 2005 in Podolsk. It was the 3rd championship, which debuted 2001 in Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA.

The World Championship was contested in 13 weight disciplines by 152 amateur woman boxers from 28 countries.[1]

Russia won seven gold, one silver and four bronze medals, while Canada finished second with one gold, one silver and two bronze medals, followed by India with a tally of 1-0-4. The Canadian, Mary Spencer (66 kg) was awarded "Best Boxer of the Competition".[2]

Participating nations[edit]

  • Argentina Argentina
  • Australia Australia
  • Belarus Belarus
  • Bulgaria Bulgaria
  • Canada Canada
  • Denmark Denmark
  • Egypt Egypt
  • Finland Finland
  • France France
  • Hungary Hungary
  • India India
  • Republic of Ireland Ireland
  • Italy Italy
  • Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
  • Mongolia Mongolia
  • Netherlands Netherlands
  • North Korea North Korea
  • Norway Norway
  • Philippines Philippines
  • Poland Poland
  • Taiwan Republic of China
  • Romania Romania
  • Russia Russia
  • Sweden Sweden
  • Switzerland Switzerland
  • Turkey Turkey
  • Ukraine Ukraine
  • United States USA

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Results[edit]

Bronze medals are awarded to both losing semi-finalists.

2005 World Women's Boxing Championship
Weight Gold Silver Bronze
46 kg India Mary Kom North Korea Jong Ok Philippines Gretchen Abaniel Russia Yelena Sabitova
48 kg Russia Olesya Gladkova North Korea Ri Yong-Hiang Argentina Yesica Bopp Romania Camelia Negrea
50 kg Italy Simona Galassi North Korea Ri Hyang-Mi India Chowdhury Kalpana Russia Viktoriya Usachenko
52 kg Russia Sofiya Ochigava Turkey Sümeyra Kaya Ukraine Viktoriya Rudenko Egypt Samiha Yassan
54 kg Romania Mihaela Cijevschi Switzerland Dina Burger India Laishram Sarita Devi North Korea Pak Kyong-Ok
57 kg Russia Yelena Karpacheva North Korea Dina Burger Canada Sandra Bizier Hungary Zsuzsana-Beata Szuknai
60 kg Russia Tatyana Chalaya Turkey Gülsüm Tatar North Korea Kang Kum-Hui Philippines Martinez Mitchel
63 kg Russia Yuliy Nemtsova Norway Cecilia Brækhus Canada Kathleen Dunn Denmark Vinni Busk Skovgaard
66 kg Canada Mary Spencer Russia Irina Sinezkaya Denmark Yvonne Bæk Rasmussen Ukraine Oleksandra Kozlan
70 kg Russia Olga Slavinskaya Canada Ariane Fortin-Brochu India Chenthittail Aswathimol Turkey Nurcan Çarkçı
75 kg Sweden Anna Laurell Ukraine Olga Novikova Hungary Anita Ducza Russia Mariya Yavorskaya
80 kg Russia Galina Ivanova Turkey Selma Yağcı United States Tyler Lord-Wilder Poland Beata Malek
86 kg Hungary Maria Kovács Turkey Şemsi Yaralı India Jyotsana Kumari Russia Mariya Reyngard

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Medal count table[edit]

2005 World Women's Boxing Championship
Pos Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Russia Russia 7 1 4 12
2 Canada Canada 1 1 2 4
3 India India 1 4 5
4 Hungary Hungary 1 2 3
5 Romania Romania 1 1 2
6 Italy Italy 1 1
6= Sweden Sweden 1 1
8 North Korea North Korea 4 2 6
9 Turkey Turkey 4 1 5
10 Ukraine Ukraine 1 2 3
11 Norway Norway 1 1
11= Switzerland Switzerland 1 1
13 Denmark Denmark 2 2
13= Philippines Philippines 2 2
15 Argentina Argentina 1 1
15= Egypt Egypt 1 1
15= Poland Poland 1 1
15= United States USA 1 1
Total 13 13 26 52

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