AIBA President Dr Ching-Kuo Wu, an architect and former Taiwanese basketball player, has been an IOC member since 1988 and served as an Executive Member of the International Boxing Association before his Presidency. Dr Wu was elected on 6 November 2006 during the Congress held in Santo Domingo with high hopes of reforming AIBA into...
BOXING: A UNIVERSAL SPORT AIBA is the sole worldwide governing body for the sport of boxing in all its forms, with 196 Member Federations. The International Boxing Association and its National Federations work on behalf of all levels of boxing, men and women, to reinvigorate the sport’s grass roots, develop youth and elite boxing and...
Executive Committee – Elected AIBA Executive Committee – Appointed AIBA Executive Committee Meetings 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, Bangkok, Thailand 28 – 30 January 2010...
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AIBA Boxing History
The first proof of pugilism was found in Egypt and dates back to year 3,000 BC. The fighters were naked and the event was part of the King’s festivities. For years and years, boxing continuously evolved and was first accepted as an Olympic sport in 688 BC at the 23rd Olympiad in Olympia. Onomastos of...
AIBA Technical and Competition Rules
AIBA Technical Rules (English version) AIBA Open Boxing (AOB) Competition Rules (English version) World Series of Boxing (WSB) Competition Rules (English version) AIBA Pro Boxing (APB) Competition Rules (English version)
Official AIBA Documents
AIBA Statutes (English version) AIBA Bylaws (English version) 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
The International Boxing Association (AIBA), a non-profit international organization with 196 National Member Federations, is the world governing body for boxing from grass roots level to professional competitions. AIBA is the only boxing association recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) which works for the benefit of its sport and its stakeholders through innovative programmes...