The Uzbek youth National boxing team left for Poland to compete in AIBA Youth Men's and Women's World Championships.

Excluding reserves, 160 female and 327 male boxers have registered for the Championships, more than the last edition in 2018.

The 2021 Championships are scheduled to be held in Kielce in Poland from April 10 to 24, featuring boxers born in 2002 and 2003.

The Championships were postponed from November 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Uzbekistan youth National team went to the competition in the following composition:

Male:

-49 kg: Ibrahim Ishjanov

-52 kg: Shakhzod Muzaffarov

-56 kg: Dilshod Abdumurodov

-60 kg: Aidos Togaiboev

-64 kg: Akhmadjon Akhmedov

-69 kg: Alokhon Abdullaev

-75 kg: Nurislom Ismoilov

-81 kg: Shokhjahon Abdullaev

-91 kg: Amirshoh Samadov

+91 kg: Jakhongir Zokirov

Senior coach: Hamid Tangribergenov

Coaches: Sirojiddin Naimov, Adiz Sharipov, Lazizbek Zokirov, Rasul Juraev, Nodirjon Ergashev.

Doctor: Khurshid Mirgaliev.

 

Famale:

-48 kg: Farzona Fozilova

-51 kg: Feruza Kazakova

-54 kg: Nigina Uktamova

-57 kg: Sitora Turdibekova

-60 kg: Dilfuza Bekova

-64 kg: Mohinabonu Abdullaeva

-69 kg: Khadichabonu Abdullaeva

-75 kg: Sokhiba Ruzmetova

Senior coach: Temur Akhbaev

Coaches: Sharif Narzikulov, Maruf Akhmedov, Nodir Aisakhodjaev.

 

Press service of the Boxing Federation of Uzbekistan

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