After four days of competitive bouts, some boxers have already made it to the medal rounds and while others have secured medals.
The action will continue in the categories with the higher number of athletes as they fight for the same awards during the next few days. Today is the fifth day of boxing in Mika Sport Hall, while the finals are planned for May 3rd, after one day of the rest.
The competition has been organised using one ring, with 275 boxers from 29 countries and there are two daily sessions, starting at 1 pm and 5.30 pm. As expected, the organisation of the Championships is at a high level, thanks to a very experienced and hardworking local organizing committee.
In the men’s part of the competition, up to now the most successful are boxers from Russia, Georgia and host country Armenia .
They showed an enviable level of skill, especially considering this age group (17 and 18 years old). Regarding the women’s part of the championships, the most dominant are boxers from Poland , Russia, and Hungary.
This is the 33rd edition of the Youth European Boxing Championships. The first in history was held back in 1970, in the Hungarian city of Miskolc.