A complete of 487 boxers have registered to participate within the upcoming Worldwide Boxing Affiliation (AIBA) Youth World Boxing Championships, from 66 nations.
Excluding reserves, 160 feminine and 327 male boxers have registered for the Championships, greater than the final version in 2018.
The 2021 Championships are scheduled to be held in Kielce in Poland from April 10 to 24, that includes boxers born in 2002 and 2003.
The Championships had been postponed from November 2020 as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.
Thirty 4 international locations from Europe are set to characteristic on the competitors in addition to 15 from Asia.
Eleven are attributable to come from the Americas and 6 are registered from Africa.
Bahrain, Bangladesh, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iceland, Saint Lucia, Sierra Leone and Eswatini are all set to debut on the Championships.
“AIBA management, the Organising Committee and all contributors are eagerly ready for the Championships, which can happen quickly in Poland,” stated AIBA President Umar Kremlev.
“No doubts that the occasion will probably be carried out on the very best stage in accordance with all security measures.
“Most of all our athletes want the chance to carry out on the worldwide stage to strive their expertise.
“Many present boxing stars have began their means from Youth World Championships, so we can not underestimate the significance of it for the younger technology of boxers.”
Though Poland has reintroduced COVID-19 restrictions, a regulation handed by Authorities permits exemptions to quarantine for sporting occasions.
This implies occasions could be organised – with out the participation of the general public – and coaching for athletes may also happen.
These coming into require an invite to the Championships from the Polish Boxing Affiliation, a unfavorable COVID-19 take a look at no older than 72 hours and a visa to enter Poland the place essential.
The event is ready to be held on the Hala Legionow Sports activities Advanced, which may normally seat three,000 followers.