2003 Women's European Amateur Boxing Championships

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The 2nd Women's European Amateur Boxing Championships were held in Pécs, Hungary from May 11 to 17, 2003. [1] This edition of the biennial competition was organised by the European governing body for amateur boxing, EABA. Competitions took place in 13 weight classes. [2]

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Russia were again top medal winners, but her dominance was much reduced since the 2001 Women's European Amateur Boxing Championships.

Medal winners

EventGoldSilverBronze
Pinweight
(46kg)
Flag of Romania.svg Camelia Negrea Flag of Russia.svg Jelena Sabitowa Flag of Hungary.svg Nikolett Simon

Flag of Turkey.svg Derya Aktop

Light flyweight
(48kg)
Flag of Turkey.svg Hulya Sahin Flag of Hungary.svg Monika Csik Flag of Italy.svg Laura Tosti

Flag of Ukraine.svg Swietłana Miroszniczenko

Flyweight
(50kg)
Flag of Italy.svg Simona Galassi Flag of Turkey.svg Hasibe Ozer Flag of Ukraine.svg Tatiana Lebiediewa

Flag of France.svg Virginie Nave

Super flyweight
(52kg)
Flag of Ukraine.svg Wiktoria Rudenko Flag of Sweden.svg Katrin Enoksson Flag of Germany.svg Dagmar Koch

Flag of Italy.svg Angela Cannizzaro

Bantamweight
(54kg)
Flag of Italy.svg Marzia Davide Flag of Russia.svg Jelena Karpaczewa Flag of France.svg Ahlam Assalam

Flag of Norway.svg Kari Jensen

Featherweight
(57kg)
Flag of Norway.svg Henriette Kitel Flag of Poland.svg Karolina Michalczuk Flag of France.svg Myriam Chomaz

Flag of Russia.svg Swietłana Kułakowa

Lightweight
(60kg)
Flag of Russia.svg Tatyana Chalaya Flag of Germany.svg Sonja Durr Flag of Norway.svg Ingrid Hegle

Flag of Greece.svg Areti Mastrodouka

Super lightweight
(63kg)
Flag of France.svg Myriam Lamare Flag of Russia.svg Maria Karłowa Flag of Ukraine.svg Anastasja Sawinowa

Flag of Finland.svg Terhi Lukka

Welterweight
(66kg)
Flag of Russia.svg Irina Sinieckaja Flag of Ukraine.svg Aleksandra Kozlan Flag of Turkey.svg Kiymet Karpuzoglu

Flag of Hungary.svg Csilla Csejtei

Super welterweight
(70kg)
Flag of Turkey.svg Nurcan Carkci Flag of Poland.svg Karolina Łukasik Flag of Hungary.svg Ivett Pruzsinszky

Flag of France.svg Emilie Cuenin

Middleweight
(75kg)
Flag of Russia.svg Natalia Ragozina Flag of Hungary.svg Anita Ducza Flag of Romania.svg Oana Strugaru

Flag of Sweden.svg Anna Laurell

Light heavyweight
(80kg)
Flag of Ukraine.svg Anżela Torska Flag of Hungary.svg Viktoria Kovacs Flag of Romania.svg Mihaela Marcut

Flag of Russia.svg Swietłana Andriejewa

Heavyweight
(86kg)
Flag of Hungary.svg Mária Kovács Flag of Ukraine.svg Julia Gostraja Flag of Russia.svg Maria Jaroskaja

Flag of Romania.svg Adina Hossu

Medal count table

  Host nation (Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary) ‹See Tfd›

2003 European Women's Amateur Boxing Championship
PosCountryGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 3339
2Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine 2237
3Flag of Turkey.svg  Turkey 2125
4Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 2024
5Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary 1337
6Flag of France.svg  France 1045
7Flag of Romania.svg  Romania 1034
8Flag of Norway.svg  Norway 1023
9Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 0202
10Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 0112
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 0112
12Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 0011
Flag of Greece.svg  Greece 0011
Total131326

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References

  1. "Boxing". sports123.com. Archived from the original on 16 July 2011. Retrieved 2 Aug 2011.
  2. "2.European Women's Championships - Pecs, Hungary - May 11-17th 2003" . Retrieved 2 Aug 2011.