Kuwait International Boxing Championship for men concludes; Kuwait wins silver and two bronze

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KUWAIT CITY, July 25: The first tournament of the Kuwait International Boxing Championship for men concluded on Monday, 100 boxers representing 21 countries participated in this tournament.

At the end of the matches on the last day of the championship witnessed competitions in seven weight categories. Uzbekistan won five gold medals, while Kuwaiti boxer Abdul Rahman Al-Enezi won the silver medal in the (92+ kg weight) and his compatriot Mansour Mubarak won the bronze medal in the (51 kg category)vas well as Khaled Al-Shammari with bronze in the category (92 kg weight).

Uzbeks Abdul Majid Manobov won the gold medal for the category (51 kg weight) followed by the Iranian Mustafa Riqi, who won the silver medal, and the Iraqi Muntazer Ali, who shared the bronze with Kuwaiti Al-Anzi.

In the 57-kg category, the gold medal went to Al-Uzbek Abdul-Malik Kalukov, while the silver medal was won by Thai Swarot Soket, and the Hong Kong players Tsou Singyu and Iran, Sajjad Muhammad Ali won the bronze.

Thailand’s Badeng Khonatep won the gold in the 63-kg category, followed by Iran’s Bagherraji, who won silver, Uzbek Lazizbek Fatiyov and Iraq’s Yahya Sami shared the bronze medal.

In 71 kg weight category Uzbeks Javlonbek Yuldushev won the gold medal, Thailand’s Sthisak Chukomarn won the silver medal, and the Moroccan Hamza Al Berberi and Kazakhstan’s Zakchilik Talibekov winning the bronze medal.

In the 80-kg competitions, Uzbeks Dilchodbek Rosmetov won the gold medal, Kazakhstan’s Erkin Adelbek won the silver, and Iran’s Seyed Mousavi and Mwatana Seyed Hossein managed to get the bronze.

Uzbek boxer Durbek Yuralov won the gold medal in the 92-kg category, followed by Ukraine’s Maykaita Gorbatenko, who won the silver medal, then Kuwait’s Al Shammari and Iran’s Tofan Sharifi, who won the bronze medal.

In the (92+kg weight) competitions, the Chinese player Maymite Al-Himati won the gold medal, followed by the Kuwaiti Al-Enezi, the silver medalist, and the Chinese Tohungtaji Izihaer won the bronze medal.

The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Kuwait Boxing Federation, Muhammad Al-Enezi, in a speech thanked the players and administrators who provided a wonderful level that brought out the tournament in a remarkable and successful manner and the audience who supported the players throughout the tournament

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