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Golds for Thailand, Kazakhstan, Brazil and Russia as Boxing Continues at Youth Olympics Buenos Aires 2018

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Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina

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STORY HEADLINE: GOLDS FOR THAILAND, KAZAKHSTAN, BRAZIL AND RUSSIA AS BOXING CONTINUES AT YOUTH OLYMPICS BUENOS AIRES 2018   

DATE: 17 October, 2018

LOCATION: Buenos Aires, Argentina

LANGUAGE: English, Thai, Portuguese, Kazakh, Russian

 

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Four further medals were up for grabs when the evening session of the boxing at the Youth Olympic Buenos Aires 2018 got underway on Wednesday.

Atichai Phoemsap of Thailand won his country’s second boxing gold medal of the day when he beat Taras Bondarchuk of the Ukraine 5-0 in the men’s Lightweight gold medal bout.

The bronze medal went to Nurlan Safarov of Azerbaijan.

The men’s Middleweight gold medal bout was won by Keno Machado of Brazil.

He beat Farid Douibi of Algeria by 5-0.

Continuing an impressive day for Thailand in the ring, Weerapon Jongjoho took the bronze medal in that discipline.

Aibek Oralby of Kazakhstan won the men’s Heavyweight gold medal.

He beat Mohamed Amine Hacid of Algeria 5-0 in his bout, with Alvin Canales scooping the bronze medal for Puerto Rico.

The final gold medal match of the day was the women’s Middleweight.

In an incredibly tense bout, Anastasiia Shamonova of Russia beat Tallya Brillaux of France 3-2 to take the gold medal.

The bronze went to Nadezhda Ryabets of Kazakhstan.

The boxing will conclude on Thursday (18th October) with five gold medals up for grabs on the final day of competition at the Games.

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