2010 AIBA Women's World Boxing Championships

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The 2010 AIBA Women World Boxing Championships[1] was an international women's boxing competition hosted by Barbados from September 9 to 18, 2010 in Bridgetown. It was the 6th edition of the championship, which debuted in 2001 in Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA.

The World Championship was contested in 10 weight disciplines by 257[2] amateur women boxers from 66 federations, and was conducted in the Garfield Sobers Gymnasium.

Russia won two gold medals and one silver, while China, the champion in the 2008 edition, finished second with one gold, three silver and three bronze medals, followed by North Korea with one gold and one silver. In all, nine federations provided champions.

Participating federations[edit]

  • Algeria Algeria
  • Argentina Argentina
  • Australia Australia
  • Barbados Barbados
  • Belarus Belarus
  • Brazil Brazil
  • Bulgaria Bulgaria
  • Burkina Faso Burkina Faso
  • Canada Canada
  • China China
  • Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei
  • Costa Rica Costa Rica
  • Czech Republic Czech Republic
  • Dominican Republic Dominican Republic
  • Ecuador Ecuador
  • Egypt Egypt
  • El Salvador El Salvador
  • England England
  • Finland Finland
  • France France
  • Georgia (country) Georgia
  • Germany Germany
  • Greece Greece
  • Grenada Grenada
  • Guatemala Guatemala
  • Guyana Guyana
  • Hungary Hungary
  • India India
  • Republic of Ireland Ireland
  • Italy Italy
  • Japan Japan
  • Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
  • Kenya Kenya
  • Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan
  • Lithuania Lithuania
  • Mexico Mexico
  • Moldova Moldova
  • Morocco Morocco
  • Burma Myanmar
  • Nepal Nepal
  • Netherlands Netherlands
  • New Zealand New Zealand
  • North Korea North Korea
  • Norway Norway
  • Panama Panama
  • Philippines Philippines
  • Poland Poland
  • Puerto Rico Puerto Rico
  • Romania Romania
  • Russia Russia
  • Slovenia Slovenia
  • South Korea South Korea
  • Spain Spain
  • Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
  • Sweden Sweden
  • Switzerland Switzerland
  • Tajikistan Tajikistan
  • Thailand Thailand
  • Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago
  • Tunisia Tunisia
  • Turkey Turkey
  • Ukraine Ukraine
  • United States United States
  • Venezuela Venezuela
  • Vietnam Vietnam
  • Wales Wales

Results[edit]

Bronze medals are awarded to both losing semi-finalists.

2010 Women's World Boxing Championship
Weight Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg India Mary Kom Romania Steluta Duta Kazakhstan Nazgul Boranbayeva Philippines Alice Kate Aparri
51 kg China Ren Cancan England Nicola Adams Ukraine Tetyana Kob Finland Hanne Mäkinen
54 kg Russia Elena Savelyeva North Korea Kim Hye Song Hungary Csilla Nemedi-Varga Poland Karolina Michalczuk
57 kg North Korea Yun Kum Ju China Yang Yanzi Thailand Tassamalee Thongjan Tunisia Rim Jouini
60 kg Republic of Ireland Katie Taylor China Dong Cheng United States Quanita Lee Underwood Poland Karolina Graczyk
64 kg Turkey Gülsüm Tatar Russia Vera Slugina Sweden Klara Svensson United States Cashmere Jackson
69 kg United States Andrecia Wasson England Savannah Marshall China Yang Ting Ting Netherlands Marichelle Jong
75 kg Canada Mary Spencer China Li Jinzi Ukraine Liliya Durnyeva Hungary Maria Kovacs
81 kg Brazil Roseli Amaral Feitosa Kazakhstan Marina Volnova Hungary Timea Nagy China Wang Yanrui
+81 kg Russia Nadezda Torlopova Ukraine Kateryna Kuzhel China Li Yunfei India Kavita chahal

Medal count table[edit]

2010 Women's World Boxing Championship
Pos Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 2 1 0 3
2  China 1 3 3 7
3  North Korea 1 1 0 2
4  United States 1 0 2 3
5  India 1 0 1 2
6  Brazil 1 0 0 1
 Canada 1 0 0 1
 Ireland 1 0 0 1
 Turkey 1 0 0 1
10  England 0 2 0 2
11  Ukraine 0 1 2 3
12  Kazakhstan 0 1 1 2
13  Romania 0 1 0 1
14  Hungary 0 0 3 3
15  Poland 0 0 2 2
16  Finland 0 0 1 1
 Netherlands 0 0 1 1
 Philippines 0 0 1 1
 Sweden 0 0 1 1
 Thailand 0 0 1 1
 Tunisia 0 0 1 1
Total 10 10 20 40

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ This is the form used on the championship logo. The AIBA web site refers indiscriminately to "AIBA Women’s World Championships".
  2. ^ This is the number of fighters for whom bout results are recorded.

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