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AIBA – 70 years serving boxing

AIBA History 1946-2016 Founded in 1946, December sees AIBA celebrating 70 years as the governing body of international boxing. For seven decades, AIBA has sought to constantly evolve boxing, introducing ground-breaking reforms that have shaped it into one of the most popular sports in the world today. New competitions including WSB (2010) and APB Boxing...

Executive Committee

Executive Committee – Elected   AIBA Executive Committee – Appointed   AIBA Executive Committee Meetings July 2016 – Executive Committe Meeting, Taskhent, Uzbekistan July 2015 – Executive Committe Meeting, Doha, Qatar July 2014 – Executive Committe Meeting, Istanbul, Turkey 8 – 15 November 2013 – Executive Committe Meeting, Jeju, Korea July 2012 – Executive Committe Meeting,...



AIBA Commissions

  2017 AIBA Commission meetings will take place on February 27th and 28th in New Delhi, India. News New era for AIBA Commissions gets warm welcome from boxing community in Manchester Distinguished guests at the AIBA 2016 commissions dinner including the Lord Mayor of Manchester and Anthony Joshua 2016 AIBA commissions are underway in Manchester...

AIBA Technical and Competition Rules

AIBA Technical Rules (English version) Effective as of December 19th, 2016 AIBA Open Boxing (AOB) Competition Rules (English version) Effective as of December 19th, 2016 // Hand-wrapping video World Series of Boxing (WSB) Competition Rules (English version) Effective as of December 1, 2016 AIBA Pro Boxing (APB) Competition Rules (English version)

Official AIBA Documents

AIBA Statutes (English version) Adopted by the 2016 AIBA Extraordinary Congress on December 20, 2016 AIBA Bylaws (English version) Approved by the AIBA Executive Committee on December 19, 2016 AIBA Code of Ethics – English version – French version – Spanish version AIBA Disciplinary Code (English version) Organization and Procedural Rules of the Judical Authorities of AIBA (English version) Anti-Doping – AIBA Anti-Doping Rules...

Event host

  The prestige of holding an International Boxing Tournament means that candidates are required to meet specific bidding requirements in order to host an AIBA event, but at the same time we encourage individuality and personality to infuse our tournaments. AIBA thrives on working with National Federations and Local Organising Committees to ensure that our competitions are...