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Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games

The Competition dates – OCT 14 – 18

Competition Format and Rules

Competition Schedule

Daily Schedule
Day 1 (Oct 14) – Session 1 & Session 2
Day 2 (Oct 15) – Session 3 & 4
Day 3 (Oct 16) – Session 5 & 6 (Semi-Finals)
Day 4 (Oct 17) – Session 7 & 8 (Finals 1)
Day 5 (Oct 18) – Session 9 (Finals 2)

 

Results
Day 1 – Session 1 // Session 2
Day 2 – Session 3 // Session 4
Day 3 – Session 5 // Session 6
Day 4 – Session 7 // Session 8

 

Draw sheets
Men’s – 52kg // 56kg // 60kg // 64kg // 69kg // 75kg // 81kg // 91kg // 91+kg
Women’s – 51kg // 57kg // 60kg // 75kg 

 

The Venue
Boxing will take place at the Oceania Pavilion, in the middle of the Youth Olympic Park. Located in the southern area of the city, in front of the Olympic Village, this park combines the competition of twelve sports with artistic and cultural activities. Its concept is cultural diversity and it will be a meeting point for athletes and the local community.

 

News
A packed Oceania Pavilion witnesses twenty-four world-class bouts on Day One of the Youth Olympic Games
Meet Argentina’s Alberto Palmetta, Buenos Aires 2018 Athlete Role Model
Official Draw reveals line-ups for the 82 boxers going for the Youth Olympic glory in Buenos Aires
Technical meeting convenes in Buenos Aires one day before the start of the boxing competition at the Youth Olympic Games
Sport Integrity education takes center stage at the AIBA Focus Day in Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires 2018 – Get to know more about Brazil’s Youth hope Luiz Oliveira
30 days to go until the 2018 Youth Olympic Games

 

Live Streaming
Live streaming of the two Sessions of Finals (October 17 – 18) will be available on aiba.org.