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The second World Boxing Olympic Qualification Tournament 2024 is finished, and all the quotas for the Olympic Games in Paris are known. The tournament was held in BangkokThailand from 24 May – 2 June, and gathered 578 boxers from 132 countries. Boxers from Europe succeeded to win 22 quota places, which is more than the athletes from any other continental confederation. 

Ireland is the nation with the most quota places. They won four of them, while the Spanish boxers took three. Azerbaijan, Poland and Ukraine achieved to win two quotas each, while Armenia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Finland, Georgia, Great Britain, Slovakia, Sweden, Turkey have one boxer each qualified for Paris from this qualifying event. 

The boxers who boxed at the Indoor Stadium Huamark in Bangkok, and managed to win the place at the next Olympics are:


51 kg – Rafael Lozano Serrano (ESP)

57 kg – Aider Abduraimov (UKR)

63,5 kg – Radoslav Rosenov (BUL), Oier Ibarreche (ESP), Malik Hasanov (AZE)

71 kg – Damian Durkacz (POL), Lewis Richardson (GBR), Aidan Walsh (IRL)

92 kg – Victor Schelstraete (BEL), Mateusz Bereznicki(POL), Loren Alfonso (AZE), Georgii Kushitashvili (GEO)

+92 kg – Davit Chaloyan (ARM), Ayoub Ghadfa (ESP), Dmytro Lovchynskyi (UKR)


50 kg – Daina Moorehouse (IRL), Pihla Kaivo-oja (FIN)

54 kg – Jennifer Lehane (IRL)

57 kg – Esra Yıldız (TUR)

60 kg – Agnes Alexiusson (SWE)

66 kg – Jessica Triebelova (SVK), Grainne Walsh (IRL)