Asian Boxing Championships

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The Asian Boxing Championships is the highest competition for boxing amateurs in Asia. The first tournament took place in 1963, hosted by Bangkok, Thailand.[1]

Championships[change | change source]

Edition Year Host City Host Country Events
1 1963 Bangkok  Thailand 11
2 1965 Seoul  South Korea 11
3 1967 Colombo  Sri Lanka 11
4 1970 Manila  Philippines 11
5 1971 Tehran  Iran 11
6 1973 Bangkok  Thailand 11
7 1975 Yokohama  Japan 11
8 1977 Jakarta  Indonesia 11
9 1980 Mumbai  India 11
10 1982 Seoul  South Korea 12
11 1983 Okinawa  Japan 12
12 1985 Bangkok  Thailand 12
13 1987 Kuwait  Kuwait 12
14 1989 Beijing  China 12
15 1991 Bangkok  Thailand 12
16 1992 Bangkok  Thailand 12
17 1994 Tehran  Iran 12
18 1995 Tashkent  Uzbekistan 12
19 1997 Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia 12
20 1999 Tashkent  Uzbekistan 12
1 2001 Bangkok  Thailand 9
21 2002 Seremban  Malaysia 12
2 2003 Hissar  India 13
22 2004 Puerto Princesa  Philippines 11
23 2005 Ho Chi Minh City  Vietnam 11
3 2005 Kaohsiung  Chinese Taipei 13
24 2007 Ulaanbaatar  Mongolia 11
4 2008 Guwahati  India 13
25 2009 Zhuhai  China 11
5 2010 Astana  Kazakhstan 11
Edition Year Host city Host country Events
26 2011 Incheon  South Korea 10
6 2012 Ulaanbaatar  Mongolia 10
27 2013 Amman  Jordan 10
28 2015 Bangkok  Thailand 10
7 2015 Wulanchabu  China 10
29 2017 Tashkent  Uzbekistan 10
8 2017 Ho Chi Minh City  Vietnam 10
30 / 9 2019 Bangkok  Thailand 20
31 / 10 2021 Dubai  United Arab Emirates 20

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