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Boxing logo unveiled for women’s worlds in Jeju, Korea

17 Jun 2014
Jeju, Korea: The International Boxing Association (AIBA) has unveiled the logo for the upcoming Women’s World Boxing Championships, which will be taking place from November 13-25 in Jeju (Republic of Korea). Boxers aged between 19 and 40 will compete in 10 weight categories. The first Women’s World Championships were held in 2001 in Scranton (USA), and women’s boxing was included in the Olympic Games for the first time in 2012, in London.

AIBA also reports the death of Polish boxer Zbignyw Pietrzykowski, who won a silver medal at the 1960 Olympic Games in Rome and two bronze medals, in Melbourne in 1956 and Tokyo in 1964, as well as four European championship titles.

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