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Boxing World Cup

Boxing World Cup is an international International Boxing Association.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Finalists in 2005-2006 2
  • Winner 3
  • Winners by country 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

History

Individual boxers were competing in their weight categories as part of the team competition, with the overall winner decided by the higher number of total wins. Each teams represented countries and continents. Number of weight categories differed per Cup. Related type of competition could be considered Boxing Team Duels, often held between countries as part of the final stage of preparation for the World Amateur Boxing Championships.

The event took place only twice, in 2005 and 2006. In the 2005, the event that took place in Moscow, Russia and Russian team won. In the next event, it took place in Baku, Kazakhstan and the Cuban team won.

After a new president was elected in the

  • Aiba-Moscow official website

External links

  1. ^ http://www.abae.co.uk/News_Archive/2008/March/News/Qualified_boxers_meet_AIBA_president.asp
  2. ^ http://www.allsport.ru/index.php?id=12301
  3. ^ a b http://www.ciherald.co.ck/articles/h395j.htm
  4. ^ http://aiba-moscow.com/schedule.shtml
  5. ^ http://aiba-moscow.com/results.shtml
  6. ^ Боксеры готовятся к Кубку мира. Бокс. MAGSPORT
  7. ^ http://www.boxnews.com.ua/forum/new/showthread.php?t=199
  8. ^ a b http://rusboxing.ru/news.php?readmore=223

References

See also

*First event only when there was a group-knock out system and there was a semi-final.
**At the second event the third place was shared between the two teams that finished second in their groups.[8]
Country First Place Runner-Up Third Place Semi-Final* Titles Held
Cuba 2006 2008 2005 - - 2
Russia 2005 2006 2008 - - 1
Azerbaijan - - 2006** 2005 -
Ukraine - - 2006** -
Philippines - - 2008 - -
Armenia - - 2008 - -
Uzbekistan - - - 2005 -

Winners by country

Year Edition Host Dates First Place Second Place Third Place
2008 2008 Boxing World Cup Moscow, Russia December 5 - 15[3] Cuba Russia Armenia
Philippines

Winner

Year Edition Host Dates Winner Runner-Up Score in The Final
2005 2005 Boxing World Cup Moscow, Russia July 12 - 17[4] Russia Cuba 7-4[5]
2006 2006 Boxing World Cup Baku, Azerbaijan[6] October 15 - 22 Cuba Russia 6-5[7] [8]

Finalists in 2005-2006

[3].Moscow The place chosen for the event was [2] [1]

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