Boxing at the 2015 European Games

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Boxing
at the 2015 European Games
Venue Baku Crystal Hall
Dates 16–27 June 2015
Competitors 296,[1] (214 men, 80 women)
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Boxing competitions at the 2015 European Games in Baku were held from June 25 to June 28, 2015 at the Crystal Hall 3 venue in the main Games cluster in Baku. The competition consisted of ten weight events for men, and five for women, and was contested, as at the Olympic Games, under rules and formats set out by the AIBA.

Baku served as the first of two European qualification events for the AIBA World Boxing Championships, itself the largest qualification event for the 2016 Summer Olympics. The finalists, and the bronze medalist defeated by the eventual champion achieve one quota place for their country at the World Championships.

Qualification[edit]

Nations are limited to one entry per weight division. Azerbaijan will have host nation positions available in each weight category

Qualification systems have not been finalised for the men's events, but should use the same format that has been adopted by the IOC, according to organisers.[2]

In the women's events, the EUBC 2014 Women's European Amateur Boxing Championships in Bucharest, Romania will be the official qualification event after which European ranking will be established by 30 June 2014. If an NOC has more than one athlete in the top 14, the next best ranked NOC will get the allocation. 2 other place per weight category are reserved for 'universality' and host nominations.

Medal summary[edit]

Men's[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
49 kg
details
Bator Sagaluev
 Russia
Brendan Irvine
 Ireland
Muhammed Unlu
 Turkey
Dmytro Zamotayev
 Ukraine
52 kg
details
Elvin Mamishzada
 Azerbaijan
Vincenzo Picardi
 Italy
Hamza Touba
 Germany
Viliam Tanko
 Slovakia
56 kg
details
Bakhtovar Nazirov
 Russia
Dzmitry Asanau
 Belarus
Tayfur Aliyev
 Azerbaijan
Qais Ashfaq
 Great Britain
60 kg
details
Albert Selimov
 Azerbaijan
Sofiane Oumiha
 France
Sean McComb
 Ireland
Mateusz Polski
 Poland
64 kg
details
Collazo Sotomayor
 Azerbaijan
Vincenzo Mangiacapre
 Italy
Kastriot Sopa
 Germany
Viktor Petrov
 Ukraine
69 kg
details
Parviz Baghirov
 Azerbaijan
Alexander Besputin
 Russia
Josh Kelly
 Great Britain
Yaroslav Samofalov
 Ukraine
75 kg
details
Michael O'Reilly
 Ireland
Xaybula Musalov
 Azerbaijan
Zoltan Harcsa
 Hungary
Maxim Koptyakov
 Russia
81 kg
details
Teymur Mammadov
 Azerbaijan
Valentino Manfredonia
 Italy
Pavel Silyagin
 Russia
Oleksandr Khyzhniak
 Ukraine
91 kg
details
Abdulkadir Abdullayev
 Azerbaijan
Gevorg Manukian
 Ukraine
Josip Bepo Filipi
 Croatia
Sadam Magomedov
 Russia
+91 kg
details
Joe Joyce
 Great Britain
Gasan Gimbatov
 Russia
Mahammadrasul Majidov
 Azerbaijan
Tony Yoka
 France

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
51 kg
details
Nicola Adams
 Great Britain
Sandra Drabik
 Poland
Saiana Sagataeva
 Russia
Elif Coskun
 Turkey
54 kg
details
Elena Saveleva
 Russia
Marzia Davide
 Italy
Anna Alimardanova
 Azerbaijan
Azize Nimani
 Germany
60 kg
details
Katie Taylor
 Ireland
Estelle Mossely
 France
Yana Alekseevna
 Azerbaijan
Tasheena Bugar
 Germany
64 kg
details
Anastasiia Beliakova
 Russia
Valentina Alberti
 Italy
Sandy Ryan
 Great Britain
Aneta Rygielska
 Poland
75 kg
details
Nouchka Fontijn
 Netherlands
Anna Laurell Nash
 Sweden
Sarah Scheurich
 Germany
Lidia Fidura
 Poland

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