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Altogether 80 boxers from 23 nations remained in actions at the AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships and claimed medals in Kielce:

– India, Russia: 11 medals

– Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan: 10 medals

– Poland: 8 medals

– Ukraine: 6 medals

– Cuba, Italy: 3 medals

– Bulgaria, Mongolia, Thailand: 2 medals

– Armenia, Azerbaijan, Colombia, Czech Republic, France, Hungary, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Moldova, Montenegro, Turkey: 1 medal

 

Medalist nations in the women’s competition:

– India, Poland: 7 medals

– Uzbekistan: 6 medals

– Kazakhstan: 5 medals

– Russia: 4 medals

– Italy, Thailand: 2 medals

– Czech Republic, France, Latvia, Moldova, Mongolia, Turkey, Ukraine: 1 medal

 

Medallist nations in the men’s competition:

– Russia: 7 medals

– Kazakhstan, Ukraine: 5 medals

– India, Uzbekistan: 4 medals

– Cuba: 3 medals

– Bulgaria: 2 medals

– Armenia, Azerbaijan, Colombia, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Montenegro, Poland: 1 medal

 

Medals by Confederations at the AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships:

– Europe (EUBC): 39 medals

– Asia (ASBC): 37 medals

– America (AMBC): 4 medals