2013 AIBA World Boxing Championships
The 17th Amateur - box world championships were held from October 14 to 26 under the supervision of the Amateur Boxing Association AIBA World in the former Kazakh capital Almaty instead.
The contract was signed by the President of AIBA Ching- Kuo Wu and the President of Kazakhstan Boxing Federation ( CBF ) Timur Kulibayev on April 12, 2012. The World Cup coincided with the opening of the World Boxing Academy in Almaty together. Were wearing the fighting in 2011 to renovated Palace of Sports " Baluan Sholak ". Reported were 576 boxers from 116 countries, which was a new record for the number of participants and participating countries.
A special feature of this World Cup was the fact that boxing was the first time since the late 1980s, again without head protection. In addition, first known from the professional boxing Punktzählsystem Ten -Point Must System has been introduced.
David Jiménez Costa Rica Costa Rica
Chatchai Butdee Thailand Thailand
Mykola Butsenko Ukraine Ukraine
Berik Abdrakhmanov Kazakhstan
Urantschimegiin monk - Erdene Mongolia Mongolia
Gabriel Maestre Venezuela Venezuela
Anthony Fowler England England
Joe Ward Ireland Ireland
Erik Pfeifer Germany Germany
Amateur - box world championships of men: Havana 1974 | Belgrade 1978 | Munich 1982 | Reno 1986 | Moscow 1989 | Sydney 1991 | Tampere 1993 | Berlin 1995 | Budapest 1997 | Houston 1999 | Belfast 2001 | Bangkok 2003 | Mianyang 2005 | Chicago 2007 | Milan 2009 | Baku 2011 | Almaty 2013
Amateur - box world championships of women: Scranton 2001 | Antalya 2002 | Podolsk 2005 | New Delhi 2006 | Ningbo 2008 | Bridgetown, 2010 | Chongqing 2012
- Box world championships
- Sporting event in 2013
- Sporting event in Kazakhstan
- Sport ( Almaty)