Youth Competition Men & Women


From 31 August to 08 September, 2007
AZE Baku, Azerbaijan

Meanwhile India had the highest points per boxer with 4.2 points with Cuba (3.6) and Azerbaijan (2.8) filling the podium places.

The final curtain came down on the 6th AIBA Cadet World Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan on Saturday amongst joyous scenes with nine different countries walking away with gold medals.

Thirteen nations were represented in the finals of the 13 different weight catagories, before Azerbaijan, India, Russia and the Ukraine led the gold medal count with two a piece while USA, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Cuba and Puerto Rico all claimed one each.

IBA President Dr. Ching-Kuo Wu said:
“This is the best ever Cadet World Championships ever staged, The athletes have been of the highest calibre and have come from a far with Australia and Puerto Rico participating. The level of competition has been extremely high and once again, an AIBA tournament has taken place without any official protests. This is the new AIBA, this is the new Boxing, giving athletes the chance to participate to the best of their ability.” Dr. Ching-Kuo Wu - IBA President

India’s Vipin Kumar (50kg) was named the tournament’s best boxer while hosts Azerbaijan topped the points and medal ranking by with 36 points followed by Russia (27 points) and Uzbekistan (24 points).

Points are earnt acording to the following criteria.

  • Preliminary Win = One Point
  • Quarterfinal Win = One Point
  • Semifinal Win = Two Points
  • Final Win = Three Points