Asian Amateur Boxing Championships

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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 Asian Amateur Boxing Championships History[edit]

Year Edition Host city Most gold medals
1963 I. Asian Championships Thailand Bangkok, Thailand Japan Japan (3 G)
1965 II. Asian Championships South Korea Seoul, South Korea South Korea South Korea (8 G)
1967 III. Asian Championships Sri Lanka Colombo, Ceylon South Korea South Korea (4 G)
1970 IV. Asian Championships Philippines Manila, Philippines South Korea South Korea (4 G)
1971 V. Asian Championships Iran Tehran, Iran South Korea South Korea (4 G)
1973 VI. Asian Championships Thailand Bangkok, Thailand Thailand Thailand (5 G)
1975 VII. Asian Championships Japan Yokohama, Japan Japan Japan (6 G)
1977 VIII. Asian Championships Indonesia Jakarta, Indonesia Iran Iran (4 G)
1980 IX. Asian Championships India Bombay, India South Korea South Korea (3 G)
1982 X. Asian Championships South Korea Seoul, South Korea South Korea South Korea (7 G)
1983 XI. Asian Championships Japan Okinawa, Japan South Korea South Korea (6 G)
1985 XII. Asian Championships Thailand Bangkok, Thailand South Korea South Korea (7 G)
1987 XII Asian Championships Kuwait Kuwait, Kuwait South Korea South Korea (8 G)
1989 XIV. Asian Championships China Beijing, China South Korea South Korea (7 G)
1991 XV. Asian Championships Thailand Bangkok, Thailand Thailand Thailand (6 G)
1992 XVI. Asian Championships Thailand Bangkok, Thailand South Korea South Korea (6 G)
1994 XVII. Asian Championships Iran Tehran, Iran Kazakhstan Kazakhstan (5 G)
1995 XVIII. Asian Championships Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan Kazakhstan Kazakhstan (6 G)
1997 XIX. Asian Championships Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Thailand Thailand (4 G)
1999 XX. Asian Championships Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Uzbekistan (7 G)
2002 XXI. Asian Championships Malaysia Seremban, Malaysia Uzbekistan Uzbekistan (5 G)
2004 XXII. Asian Championships Philippines Puerto Princesa, Philippines Kazakhstan Kazakhstan (3 G)
2005 XXIII. Asian Championships Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Pakistan Pakistan (3 G)
2007 XXIV. Asian Championships Mongolia Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia Uzbekistan Uzbekistan (3 G)
2009 XXV. Asian Championships China Zhuhai, China China China (3 G)
2011 XXVI. Asian Championships South Korea Incheon, South Korea China China (2 G)
2013 XXVII. Asian Championships Jordan Amman, Jordan Kazakhstan Kazakhstan (7 G)