2011 Women's European Union Amateur Boxing Championships
The 2011 Women's European Union Amateur Boxing Championships were held in the Spodek stadium in Katowice, Poland from June 6 to June 11. This was the 6th edition of this annual competition organised by the European governing body for amateur boxing, the European Boxing Confederation (EUBC). 84 fighters from 20 federations competed in 10 weight divisions.
Host country Poland were convincing victors in the overall medal table, with Turkey and England each winning two golds. Ireland's Katie Taylor won her fourth straight gold in the 60 kg division.
|48 kg||Meltem Akar||Patrycja Bednarek|| Lydia Boussaida
|51 kg||Nicola Adams||Karolina Michalczuk|| Valeria Calabrese
|54 kg||Ayşe Taş||Sandra Drabik|| Delphine Mancini
|57 kg||Sandra Kruk||Svetlana Staneva|| Tiina Hahl
|60 kg||Katie Taylor||Karolina Graczyk|| Chantelle Cameron
|64 kg||Natasha Jonas||Oliwia Łuczak|| Laetitia Chevalier
|69 kg||Katarzyna Furmaniak||Marichelle de Jong|| Jennifer Corti
|75 kg||Lidia Fidura||Nouchka Fontijn|| Elif Guneri
|81 kg||Timea Nagy||Sylwia Kusiak||Lauragh O'Neill|
|+81 kg||Anna Słowik||Şennur Demir|| Lilla Sandor
Medal count table
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