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Tashkent to host 2023 AIBA Men’s World Boxing Championships


President of the International Boxing Association (AIBA) Umar Kremlev throughout his go to to Uzbekistan formally introduced that AIBA Men’s World Boxing Championships will happen in Tashkent in 2023.

The metropolis of Tashkent is awarded the 2023 AIBA Men’s World Boxing Championships after the profitable bid presentation by the Boxing Federation of Uzbekistan. The AIBA Board of Directors voted in favor of the most important occasion candidate metropolis.

“I am happy to announce Uzbekistan, the country which has strong boxers and a champion’s character, to be the host of the 2023 Championships. I am confident in the high-level organization, the huge fan’s support and spectacular fights,” Kremlev mentioned in an announcement.

During his go to to Uzbekistan, Kremlev held a working assembly and a press convention with the Chairman of the NOC Rustam Shaabdurakhmonov and the First Deputy Chairman of Boxing Federation of Ukbezkistan Saken Polatov. They mentioned the event of boxing in Uzbekistan and Central Asia and the primary phases of preparation for the World Championships.

“We are very thankful to our President and government for support in the promotion of a healthy lifestyle and sports in our country. Uzbekistan is one of the most active members of the International Boxing Association, we have rich boxing history. We are proud of our athletes and their victories. We are going to strengthen our cooperation with AIBA in the popularisation of boxing in our region and all around the globe. We have discussed the creation of an education center for coaches and R&Js here in Tashkent. This centre will work for the whole region of Central Asia,” Shaabdurakhmonov mentioned.

“We are very grateful that AIBA awarded Uzbekistan to be a host country of the AIBA Men’s World Boxing Championships”. This is a superb honor and large accountability. We will do our greatest to organise the event on the highest degree. You can all the time rely on us,” Polatov mentioned.

(With ANI inputs)



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