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General statistics of the ASBC Asian Elite Boxing Championships

Number of participating boxers: 150

Number of participating nations: 17

Biggest delegations: Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan with 20-20 boxers

Number of medallist nations: 12

Number of bouts in the event: 130

Historical moments in the ASBC Asian Elite Boxing Championships

– Indonesia had a woman finalist at the very first time in the history of the event

– Kuwait has done its debut in women’s boxing with a bronze medal

– United Arab Emirates won its first woman boxing medal

– Iran had two male finalists after 16 years of break

– Mongolia claimed three male gold medals first time after the 2007 edition

– Kazakhstan never claimed eight female gold medals in any previous editions

– Uzbekistan earned its second woman gold medal in the history of the championships

Number of medals by nations in the ASBC Asian Elite Boxing Championships

– Uzbekistan: 18 medals

– Kazakhstan: 16 medals

– India: 15 medals

– Mongolia: 8 medals

– Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Philippines, Tajikistan: 4 medals

– Kuwait: 2 medals

– Indonesia, Sri Lanka and United Arab Emirates: 1 medal

Women’s statistics

Medallists by nations

  1. Kazakhstan: 8 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medal
  2. Uzbekistan: 1 gold, 5 silver and 2 bronze medals
  3. India: 1 gold, 3 silver and 6 bronze medals
  4. Indonesia: 0 gold, 1 silver and 0 bronze medal
  5. Mongolia: 0 gold, 0 silver and 3 bronze medals
  6. Tajikistan: 0 gold, 0 silver and 2 bronze medals
  7. Kuwait: 0 gold, 0 silver and 1 bronze medal
  8. Philippines: 0 gold, 0 silver and 1 bronze medal
  9. Sri Lanka: 0 gold, 0 silver and 1 bronze medal
  10. United Arab Emirates: 0 gold, 0 silver and 1 bronze medal

Men’s statistics

Medallists by nations

  1. Uzbekistan: 6 gold, 1 silver and 3 bronze medals
  2. Mongolia: 3 gold, 0 silver and 2 bronze medals
  3. India: 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals
  4. Kazakhstan: 0 gold, 5 silver and 1 bronze medal
  5. Iran: 0 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals
  6. Kyrgyzstan: 0 gold, 0 silver and 4 bronze medals
  7. Philippines: 0 gold, 0 silver and 3 bronze medals
  8. Tajikistan: 0 gold, 0 silver and 2 bronze medals
  9. Kuwait: 0 gold, 0 silver and 1 bronze medal