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AIBA Women's World Boxing Championships 2012
May 9 - 20 - China
Copyrighted results from AIBA.ORG

 


Video: Finals - May 19, 2012

 


Video: Semi-Finals Ses. 2 - May 18

 


Video: Semi-Finals Ses. 1 - May 18

   

AIBA Women's World Boxing Championships 2012
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Video Footage: The Finals and the Semi-Finals via AIBA!
May 21, 2012

 
(MAY 21) WBAN has just posted the whole Segment at the AIBA 7th Women's World Championships featuring the FINALS and the SEMI-FINALS, thanks to the coverage of the AIBA.  To check out all of the matches, go to WBAN's Special coverage of the 2012 Olympics in London Coverage!  Videos
 
 
 

Part Two-: The best of the rest of finals day at the AIBA 7th Women's World Championships-By Michael O’Neill - additional reporting by AIBA.org - May 21, 2012

 
(MAY 21) China's President's Cup winner 20-year-old Xu Shiqi opened her light flyweight final with more effective punches against Philippines' AIBA Women's World Championships bronze medallist Josie....Full Story
 
 
 

Part One-The finals: The Olympic weights – 51kg, 60kg and 75kg. -By Michael O’Neill-additional reporting by AIBA.org - May 20, 2012

 
(MAY 20) Saturday was finals day in the 7th AIBA Women's World Boxing championships in Qinhuangdao, North East China which has also served as the only female Olympic Qualifier. Once again the main...Full Story
 
 
 

7th AIBA Women's World Championships, Qinhuangdao - Semi-Finals Day Report
by Michael O'Neill-Additional reporting by AIBA.org-May 19, 2012

 
(MAY 19) Friday was semi-finals day at the 7th Women’s World Boxing Championships in Qinhuangdao, China , with the spotlight once again on those bouts in the 5...Full Story
 
 
 

Katie Taylor Qualified for Olympic Games...But Clearly wants more
By Michael O'Neill - May 18, 2012

 
(MAY 18) Katie Taylor has already qualified for the Olympic Games but has made it quite clear that she dearly wants to go to the ExCeL Centre as the World Champion for the fourth time..Full Story
 
 
 

Russian women continue terrific form in quarter-finals
May 17, 2012 -Copyrighted: aiba.org

 
(MAY 17) The 7th edition of the AIBA Women's World Boxing Championships continued into its second day of the quarter-final stages in Qinhuangdao, where winners from 18 different nations secured at least a bronze medal for themselves. Russia's incredible run continued with nine quarter-finalists progressing to  Full Story
 
 
 

Team USA Advances Five Boxers to the Medal Round at the 2012 Women’s World Championships -May 16, 2012 -by Julie Goldsticker/USA Boxing

 
(MAY 16) (COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.) – Five American boxers will vie for a spot in the finals on Friday at the 2012 Women’s World Championships in Qinhuangdao, China following quarterfinal victories on Wednesday. Flyweight Olympian Marlen Esparza (Houston, Texas) dropped her quarterfinal contest to reigning World Champion Cancan Ren of China, but that will not impact her Olympic berth.  Full Story
 
 
 

Team USA’s Esparza and Cruz the Open 2012 World Championships in Victorious Fashion While Miller Notches Second Win-by Julie Goldsticker-May 15, 2012

 
(MAY 15) Former flyweight foes Marlen Esparza (Houston, Texas) and Christina Cruz (New York, N.Y.) opened 2012 Women's World Championships with first round victories in Qinhuangdao, China on Sunday. Esparza, who competes in the flyweight division, took her first step toward international qualification for the 2012 Olympic Games in London with an opening bout win in the qualifying tournament.   Full Story
 
 
 

Underwood, Brown and Crews Advance at the 2012 World Championships While Shields Suffers Her First Loss -by Julie Goldsticker-May 15, 2012

 
(MAY 15) Lightweight Queen Underwood (Seattle, Wash.) moved one step closer to a berth in the 2012 Olympic Games with a convincing victory in her second bout of the 2012 World Championships on Monday in Qinhuangdao, China. Seventeen-year-old middleweight Claressa Shields Full Story
 
 
 

Day Three at the 7th Women's World Championships in Qinhuangdao
by Michael O'Neill -May 13, 2012

 
(MAY 13) Today saw the first appearance of ‘Magnificent Mary’, at flyweight, at the 7th AIBA World Boxing Championships in Qinhuangdao as Indian ‘living legend’ and five times AIBA World Champion Chungneijang Mary Kom Hmangte came face to face with Japan’s Asian championships bronze medallist, Ayako Minowa. In truth it was a one-sided encounter since Mary won their bout as easily as Full Story
 
 
 

Day Two at the 7th Women's World Championships in Qinhuangdao
by Michael O'Neill-May 12, 2012

 
(MAY 12) Claressa Maria Shields and Quanitta Lee Underwood scored impressive wins for USA Boxing Saturday on the second day of the 7th AIBA Women’s World Championships in Qinhuangdao, China. An exceptionally busy day in the ring but no major surprises.  Shields, the 17 years old High School student from Flint was much too powerful for Indian champion, Pooja Rani winning their 75kg bout as easily as the 27: 10 victory  . .Full Story
 
 
 

7th Women's World Boxing Championship - and only Olympic qualifier
By Michael O’Neill-May 11, 2012

 
(MAY 11) The 7th edition of the AIBA Women's World Boxing Championships got under way at the Qinhuangdao Olympic Stadium, in Qinhuangdao, China Friday where some 343 contestants from 77 are scheduled to take part, a new record for the event . In three weight categories, Flyweight 51kg, Lightweight 60kg, and Middleweight 75kg, there is even more than the world title at stake since the top eight in each, automatically qualify for a place in the 30th Olympiad in London later this Summer ..Full Story
 
 
 

Katie Taylor set for Olympic qualifiers
by Michael O'Neill -Credit: Sports News Ireland -April 4, 2012

 
Katie Taylor today joins the Irish training camp in Ukraine, part of her preparation for the 2012 World Championships in China next month but before leaving added two more comprehensive wins to her record, now standing at 124 wins from 131 contests. Here we take a look at this weekends bouts in Cork and Dungarvan. Full Story on WBAN
 
 
 
 

 

 
 

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