2009 AIBA World Boxing Championships

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2009 AIBA World Boxing Championships
VenueMediolanum Forum
LocationMilan, Italy
Start dateSeptember 1, 2009 (2009-09-01)
End dateSeptember 12, 2009 (2009-09-12)

The 2009 AIBA World Boxing Championships were held in Milan, Italy, from September 1, 2009 to September 12, 2009, in the Mediolanum Forum. It was the biggest World Championships in AIBA history.[1][2] The competition was under the supervision of the world's governing body for amateur boxing, the AIBA.

Originally, Cameroon, Trinidad and Tobago and Uzbekistan each expressed interest in hosting the championships. However, they did not submit a final application and were therefore withdrawn from the running. This left Italy and South Korea remaining, who were the final two countries in contention during the bidding process to host the 2009 championships. The city of Milan in Italy was then chosen to host the competition.[3]

Medal summary[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Light flyweight
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 Serdamba Purevdorj (MGL)  David Ayrapetyan (RUS)  Li Jiazhao (CHN)
 Shin Jong-Hun (KOR)
Flyweight
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 McWilliams Arroyo (PUR)  Tugstsogt Nyambayar (MGL)  Ronny Beblik (GER)
 Misha Aloyan (RUS)
Bantamweight
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 Detelin Dalakliev (BUL)  Eduard Abzalimov (RUS)  Yankiel Leon Alarcon (CUB)
 John Nevin (IRL)
Featherweight
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 Vasyl Lomachenko (UKR)  Sergey Vodopyanov (RUS)  Oscar Valdez (MEX)
 Bahodirjon Sooltonov (UZB)
Lightweight
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 Domenico Valentino (ITA)  Jose Pedraza (PUR)  Koba Pkhakadze (GEO)
 Albert Selimov (RUS)
Light welterweight
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 Roniel Iglesias (CUB)  Frankie Gomez (USA)  Uranchimegiin Mönkh (MGL)
 Gyula Káté (HUN)
Welterweight
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 Jack Culcay-Keth (GER)  Andrey Zamkovoy (RUS)  Botirjon Mahmudov (UZB)
 Serik Sapiyev (KAZ)
Middleweight
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 Abbos Atoev (UZB)  Andranik Hakobyan (ARM)  Vijender Singh (IND)
 Alfonso Blanco (VEN)
Light heavyweight
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 Artur Beterbiyev (RUS)  Elshod Rasulov (UZB)  Jose Larduet (CUB)
 Abdelkader Bouhenia (FRA)
Heavyweight
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 Egor Mekhontsev (RUS)  Osmai Acosta (CUB)  John M'Bumba (FRA)
 Oleksandr Usyk (UKR)
Super heavyweight
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 Roberto Cammarelle (ITA)  Roman Kapitanenko (UKR)  Viktar Zuyeu (BLR)
 Zhang Zhilei (CHN)

Medal table[edit]

  *   Host nation (Italy)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia (RUS)2428
2 Italy (ITA)*2002
3 Cuba (CUB)1124
 Uzbekistan (UZB)1124
5 Mongolia (MGL)1113
 Ukraine (UKR)1113
7 Puerto Rico (PUR)1102
8 Germany (GER)1012
9 Bulgaria (BUL)1001
10 Armenia (ARM)0101
 United States (USA)0101
12 China (CHN)0022
 France (FRA)0022
14 Belarus (BLR)0011
 Georgia (GEO)0011
 Hungary (HUN)0011
 India (IND)0011
 Ireland (IRL)0011
 Kazakhstan (KAZ)0011
 Mexico (MEX)0011
 South Korea (KOR)0011
 Venezuela (VEN)0011
Totals (22 nations)11112244

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "AIBA World Championships Milan 2009 Signing Ceremony". AIBA. Retrieved 26 January 2008.
  2. ^ AIBA. "Italy to host 2009 World Championships". Retrieved 26 January 2008.
  3. ^ Beijing 2008. "Milan to host 2009 world boxing championships". Beijing 2008. Archived from the original on 2007-11-01. Retrieved 26 January 2008.

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