Asiye Özlem Şahin

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Ozlem Sahin
Asiye Ozlem Sahin.JPG
Şahin after her fight against O.Romanova in 2010, Istanbul
Born (1976-08-13) 13 August 1976 (age 38)
Trabzon,[1] Turkey
Other names Sugar[2][3][4]
Nationality Germany German
Turkey Turkish
Height 5 ft 0.4 in (1.53 m)
Weight Light flyweight
Style Orthodox stance
Fighting out of Ludwigsburg, Baden-Württemberg[5]
Team MBC Ludwigsburg
Trainer

Achim Böhme (since 2002)

(Boxing)
Years active 1998-present
Professional boxing record
Total 13
Wins 12
By knockout 4
Losses 0
By knockout 0
Draws 1
Other information
Occupation Technical specialist at Bosch
Notable relatives Ümit Şahin (kick boxer)
Website http://www.sahin-oezlem.de/
Boxing record from Boxrec

Asiye Özlem Şahin (Asiye Özlem Sahin in Germany) (born in 13 August 1976, in Trabzon[1]) is a Turkish-German professional boxer, representing Germany, fighting out of Ludwigsburg. Holding multiple titles at her amateur career, with an unblemished professional record, Şahin is regarded as a strong fighter.

Personal life and career[edit]

Born in Trabzon, Şahin had attended "Şubat İlköğretim Okulu", her primary school at her hometown. She moved to Germany with her family at the age of 11, in 1987.[6] While studying at vocational school, she began to apprenticeship at German technology-based goods supplier company Bosch, where she works since 1995.

She began to train first at Kick boxing discipline in 1998, influenced by her brother Ümit.[1][6] In 2002, she joined KTB Ludwigsburg (now MBC Ludwigsburg) to be trained by Achim Böhme since then.[1] She had selected to German Amateur National Team in 2006.[7] At her amateur career, she had 16 wins and 7 losses.

Had her pro-début in 2007, never been beaten, Şahin had acquired 12 wins with 4 knockouts in her professional career.

Pro-boxing record[edit]

12 Wins (4 (T)KO's, 8 decisions), 0 Losses, 1 Draw
Date Result Opponent Method Rounds
1 April 2011 Win Russia Evgeniya Zablotskaya UD 8/8
12 November 2010 Win Serbia Fleis Djendji UD 8/8
5 June 2010 Win Ukraine Oksana Romanova UD 6/6
9 April 2010 Win Bulgaria Svetlana Taskova UD 6/6
23 January 2010 Win Romania Olga Harton TKO 2/6
24 October 2009 Win Germany Janina Bentz UD 6/6
29 November 2008 Draw Germany Raja Amasheh PTS 4/4
3 May 2008 Win Ukraine Natalya Bermas UD 4/4
9 February 2008 Win Romania Roxana Tenea TKO 3/4
17 November 2007 Win Poland Renata Depciyh TKO 3/4
30 September 2007 Win Bulgaria Albena Atseva TKO 2/4
1 September 2007 Win France Elsa Capell UD 4/4
4 August 2007 Win Germany Michaela Rost UD 4/4

Amateur titles[edit]

  • 2007
    • Maj Boxing Cup (48 kg): 2nd place
  • 2006
    • Germany International Amateur Boxing Championships (48 kg): Champion[6][7]
    • Bourges-3 Countries Tournament (48 kg): Champion
    • Poland vs Germany Tournament (48 kg): Champion
    • BC München Boxing Tournament (49 kg): Champion
  • 2005
    • Germany International Amateur Boxing Championships (48 kg): Champion[6][7]
  • 2004
    • Germany Amateur Boxing Championships (50 kg): 3rd place
    • South Germany Amateur Boxing Championships (52 kg): 2nd place
    • Württemberg Regional Amateur Championships (52 kg): Champion

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Interview with Asiye Özlem Sahin". turkish-sports-atspace.org. Retrieved 2010-06-07. 
  2. ^ [tt_news=1887&tx_ttnews[backPid]=51&cHash=b3120739c7 "Asiye Özlem Sahin"]. sporthelden.de. Retrieved 2010-06-07.  (German)
  3. ^ "Asiye Ozlem Sahin". alem.de. Retrieved 2010-06-07.  (German)
  4. ^ Uwe Betker. "Özlem Sahin schlägt Svetla Taskova nach Punkten". figosport.de. Retrieved 2010-06-07. [dead link] (German)
  5. ^ "Asiye Ozlem Sahin". boxing.co.uk. Retrieved 2010-06-07. 
  6. ^ a b c d HB-Team (2009-09-04). "Özlem (Asiye) Şahin". hyperboxing.com. Retrieved 2010-06-07.  (Turkish)
  7. ^ a b c "Erfolge". sahin-oezlem.de. Retrieved 2010-06-07. [dead link] (German)

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