Kyrgyz Athlete Makes History at the World Boxing Championships
For the first time in history, an athlete from Kyrgyzstan has won a medal at the World Boxing Championships. Munarbek Seyitbek uulu made history by winning a bronze medal in the weight category up to 57 kilograms. The live broadcast of the tournament was available on the «Match! Fighter» channel.
Seyitbek uulu started in the 1/32 final stage of the tournament and defeated athletes from Puerto Rico, Thailand, Mexico, and Tajikistan. However, he was unable to beat an athlete from Uzbekistan, Abdumalik Khalokov, in the semifinals and settled for the bronze medal.
This achievement is a significant one for Kyrgyzstan, as it highlights the country’s progress in the world of sports. It also serves as an inspiration for young athletes in the country who aspire to compete at an international level.
The World Boxing Championships is a major international boxing tournament organized by the International Boxing Association (AIBA). The biennial competition features boxers from around the world competing in various weight categories.
Congratulations to Munarbek Seyitbek uulu on this historic achievement!