United States national amateur boxing championships

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The United States National Boxing Championships bestow the title of United States Champion on Olympic boxers for winning the annual national Olympic boxing tournament organized by USA Boxing, which is the national governing body for Olympic boxing and is the United States' member organization of the International Boxing Federation.


USA Boxing comprises 56 Local Boxing Committees, which are currently grouped into 14 geographical regions (previously in 1970s and 1980s they were divided into 22 AAU regions represented in the national's, each carrying a team of 11 boxers, with each being a Region tournament winner. [1] ) These LBCs, along with the coaches, athletes, and officials, form the backbone of USA Boxing and Olympic-style boxing in the United States. USA Boxing's athlete membership comprises both male and female boxers.

The national Olympic boxing championships now sponsored by USA Boxing are titled United States National Boxing Championships and were formerly the AAU Boxing championship.

Current Weight classes

US Amateur National Championships

Below are the lists of the sanctioned USA National Tournaments, by Jr and open division:

Jr. Division

Open Division

US Champions

Below are the lists of the national champions, by division:

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  1. This Is The Week, The Tennessean, May 4, 1980, p. 78.