EUBC European Women’s Boxing Championships: Where to Watch, Start time, Schedule and Top Women’s boxers

by Christina S. Brown
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Following the EUBC Junior European Boxing Championships, the EUBC European Women’s Boxing Championships will be held in Budva, Montenegro. Four of the previous edition’s titleholders will return to defend their thrones at the upcoming event in Budva.

The IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships were held in Istanbul, Turkey, in May, and practically all of the European champions will be present for the opening of the Budva event. Turkish five-star Ayse Cagirir, Busenaz Cakiroglu, Hatice Akbas, Busenaz Surmeneli, Sennur Demir, Amy Broadhurst, Lisa O’Rourke, and Gabriele Stonkute, as well as Irish couple Amy Broadhurst, Lisa O’Rourke, and Lithuania’s Gabriele Stonkute, won European gold in Istanbul.

Kellie Harrington, Ireland’s top female boxer, returns from injury at the EUBC European Women’s Boxing Championships. Irma Testa of Italy won silver in the IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships in Turkey and will compete for her second European crown in Budva.

In total, 164 boxers from 31 countries enrolled to compete in the EUBC European Women’s Boxing Championships, excluding reserves. The number of registered boxers is bigger than in recent years, with the bantamweight (54kg), featherweight (57kg), and lightweight (60kg) classifications expected to be the most congested in Budva.

Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Kosovo, Lithuania, Moldova, Montenegro, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, and Wales will send their best girls.

The inaugural championship for women’s elite boxers was held in France in 2001, and it was followed by championships in Pecs, Riccione, Tonsberg, Warsaw, Vejle, Nikolayev, Rotterdam, Bucharest, Sofia twice, and Alcobendas.

In August 2019, the EUBC European Women’s Boxing Championships were held in Alcobendas, Spain. Armenia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Georgia, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Moldova, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Scotland, Serbia, Slovenia, host Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, and Wales were among the 136 elite female boxers who competed.

How to Watch European Women’s Boxing Championships:

Watch live coverage of the European Boxing Championships On Boxing Channel

European Women’s Boxing Championships Complete Schedule:

Check Sport Entries on October 12-13

13th of October, 17:00 p.m. – Technical Meeting

October 13th, 18:00 p.m. – Official Drawing

Day 1 competition will be placed on October 14 at 14:00 and 18:00.

Day 2 competition, October 15, 14:00 & 18:00

Day 3 competition – October 16, 14:00 & 18:00

Day 4 competition – October 17, 14:00 & 18:00

Day 5 competition – October 18, 14:00 & 18:00

Day 6 competition, October 19, 14:00 & 18:00

Rest Day on October 20th

Day 7 competition includes the semi-finals on October 21 between 14:00 and 18:00.

Day 8 competition with finals on October 22 at 14:00 and 18:00.

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Boxers to keep an eye on in the EUBC European Women’s Elite Boxing Championships:

– Sevda Asenova, Bulgaria, women’s 48kg – bronze medalist at the IBA World Boxing Championships; EUBC European Women’s Champion

– Ayse Cagirir, 48kg, Turkey – IBA Women’s World Champion

– Demie-Jade Resztan, England, 48kg – Silver medalist at the 2019 EUBC European Women’s Boxing Championships

– Busenaz Cakiroglu, Turkey, women’s 50kg – 2019 European Games gold medalist

– Laura Fuertes, women’s 50kg, Spain – Bronze medalist at the IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships

Women’s 50kg – Romane Moulai, France – EUBC European Women’s U22 Champion

– Stanimira Petrova, Bulgaria, women’s 54kg – 2019 European Games champion; AIBA Women’s World Champion

– Lacramioara Perijoc, Romania, women’s 54kg – silver medalist at the IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships; EUBC European Women’s Champion

– Caroline Cruveillier, France, women’s 54kg – silver medalist at the AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships; EUBC European Women’s U22 Champion

Hatice Akbas of Turkey is the IBA Women’s World Champion in the 54kg weight class.

– Bojana Gojkovic of Montenegro, women’s 54kg – EUBC European Women’s Youth Champion twice.

– Michaela Walsh, Ireland, women’s 57kg – European Games silver medalist; Commonwealth Games gold medalist

– Irma Testa, Italy, women’s 57kg – EUBC European Women’s Champion; silver medalist in the IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships; two-time EUBC European U22 Champion

– Svetlana Kamenova, Bulgaria, women’s 57kg – bronze medalist at the AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships

– Kellie Harrington, women’s 60kg, Ireland – AIBA Women’s World Champion

– Alessia Mesiano, women’s 60kg, Italy – AIBA Women’s World Champion

– Natalia Shadrina, Serbia, women’s 60kg – quarter-finalist at the AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships

– Amy Broadhurst (Ireland), 63kg – IBA Women’s World Champion

– Gemma Richardson (England) – AIBA Women’s Youth World Champion; EUBC European Women’s U22 Champion

– Chelsey Heijnen of the Netherlands, women’s 63kg, bronze medalist in the IBA Women’s World Boxing Championships

– AIBA Women’s World Champion Maria Bova of Ukraine, women’s 63kg

– Turkey’s Busenaz Surmeneli, women’s 66kg – Two-time Women’s World Champion; Two-time EUBC European U22 Champion

– Stefanie Von Berge (Germany), women’s 66kg – EUBC European Women’s U22 Champion thrice.

– Rosie Eccles of Wales, women’s 66kg – Commonwealth Games gold medalist

– Aneta Rygielska, Poland, 66kg – Silver medalist at the 2019 EUBC European Women’s Boxing Championships

Women’s 75kg – Aoife O’Rourke, Ireland – EUBC European Women’s Champion

– Elzbieta Wojcik, Poland, women’s 75kg – European Games bronze medalist; former AIBA Women’s Youth World Champion

– Busra Isildar (Turkey), women’s 75kg – AIBA Women’s World Youth Champion; EUBC European Women’s Youth Champion

Anastasia Chernokolenko (Ukraine), women’s 75kg – Bronze medalist at the AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships

– Ukraine’s Karolina Makhno, women’s 81kg – AIBA Women’s Youth World Champion

– Gabriele Stonkute of Lithuania, 81kg – IBA World Champion for Women

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