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Mistrzostwa świata w boksie w Chicago, IL. 9 Polaków na ringu!

24 października, 2007

Mistrzostwa świata w boksie w Chicago, IL. 9 Polaków na ringu!

The AIBA World Boxing Championships Chicago 2007 will take place October 23rd - November 3rd at the University of Illinois - Chicago Pavilion.

What: The AIBA World Boxing Championships Chicago 2007 will take place October 23rd – November 3rd at the University of Illinois - Chicago Pavilion. With nearly 700 boxers from more than 120 countries, this eleven-day event will be the largest world boxing championships in history, and will serve as an Olympic qualifier for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.

Website: http://www.worldboxingchicago.org

Number of Countries: 121
Number of Boxers: 690
Number of Bouts: Up to 80 bouts per day

Dates:
Training site opens: Oct. 18
Tournament draw: Oct. 23
Competition dates: Oct. 23 - Nov. 3
Award ceremonies: Nov. 3

Session Hours:

  Session 1 2pm -10pm Tuesday (10/23)
  Session 2 - 6 11am -10pm Wed - Sunday (10/24-10/28)
Round of 16 Session 7 - 8 2pm -10pm Tues - Wed (10/30-10/31)
Quarter Finals Session 9 2pm -5pm Thursday (11/01)
Quarter Finals
Session 10 7pm -10pm Thursday (11/01)
Semi-Finals Session 11 2pm - 5pm Friday (11/2)
Semi-Finals Session 12 7pm -10pm Friday (11/2)
Finals Session 13 2pm - 6pm Saturday (11/3)

Venue:    
Competition > UIC Pavilion, University of Illinois Chicago
Training > UIC Athletic facilities

Quick Facts:
  • The top eight finishers in nine of the 11 weight classes and the top four in the heavy and super heavyweight divisions in Chicago will earn a spot at the 2008 Olympic Games. 
  • The field is loaded with 27 World Championship medal winners from the 2005 AIBA World Championships in Mianyang City, China, expected to compete.
  • Also, competing are eight Olympic medalists from the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece, including gold medalists Manus Boomjumnong of Thailand, in the 64kg/141 pounds weight division and Alexey Tishchenko of Russia at 57kg/125 pounds.

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