The boxers who were born in 2001 or in 2002 will compete for the medals in the ASBC Asian Youth Men and Women Boxing Championships.
Altogether 20 female and male champions will be crowned in the ASBC Asian Youth Men and Women Boxing Championships.
The women boxers can attend in 10 weight classes: 48kg, 51kg, 54kg, 57kg, 60kg, 64kg, 69kg, 75kg, 81kg and +81kg.
The male boxers will have also 10 categories in Ulaanbaatar as follows: 49kg, 52kg, 56kg, 60kg, 64kg, 69kg, 75kg, 81kg, 91kg and +91kg.
Boxing Federation of Uzbekistan has announced Uzbekistan's 10-man and 8-woman squad for the ASBC Asian Youth Boxing Championships.
-49 kg: Shahzod Muzaffarov
-52 kg: Mirzabek Mirzahalilov
-56 kg: Hurshidbek Rasuljonov
-60 kg: Rahmatullo Toshpulatov
-64 kg: Javlonbek Yuldoshev
-69 kg: Nurislom Ismoilov
-75 kg: Suhrobjon Kayimov
-81 kg: Shohjahon Abdullaev
-91 kg: Amirshoh Samadov
+91 kg: Mirmuhsin Mahmudov
Coach: Hamid Tangribergenov
Assistant coaches: Sirojiddin Naimov, Hamza Avezov, Botirjon Mahmudov, Ahror Yodgorov, Sardor Abdullaev.
-48 kg: Marjona Savrieva
-51 kg: Saydiniso Muhammadalieva
-54 kg: Nasiba Hayrullaeva
-57 kg: Sitora Turdibekova
-60 kg: Ziyoda Yarasheva
-64 kg: Dilfuza Bekova
-69 kg: Khadichabonu Abdullaeva
-75 kg: Navbahor Hamidova
Coach: Kamoliddin Mutalov
Assistant coaches: Dilmurod Hasanov, Murod Haytov, Shahzoda Umarova.