The fourth and final day of action at the ‘World Boxing Cup: Cologne 2023’ saw six women and seven men crowned champion, as Germany topped the medal table with a haul of 14, made up of five gold, two silver and seven bronze.
The home nation was closely followed by Cuba, who claimed three gold and two silver, and England who finished with two gold, two silver and two bronze.
The remaining gold medals were shared one apiece between Wales, Mongolia, and France.
Australia missed out on gold but did win six medals, the same tally as Mongolia.
The individual honours saw England’s Charley Davison, who won gold at bantamweight (54kg) named ‘Best Female Technical Boxer’.
Taylor Bevan from Wales, who triumphed in the light-heavyweight (80kg) category, won the award for ‘Best Male Fighting Performance’.
The full list of winners at the ‘World Boxing Cup: Cologne 2023’ is:
Women’s 50kg: Maxi Kloetzer, Germany
Women’s 54kg: Charley Davison, England
Women’s 57kg: Elise Glynn, England
Women’s 60kg: Namuun Monkhor, Mongolia
Women’s 66kg: Stefanie Von Berge, Germany
Women’s 75kg: Davina Michel, France
Men’s 51kg: Salah Ibrahim, Germany
Men’s 57kg: Rolando Martinez, Cuba
Men’s 63.5kg: Erislandy Alvarez, Cuba
Men’s 71kg: Magomed Schachidov, Germany
Men’s 80kg: Taylor Bevan, Wales
Men’s 92kg: Jesus Nelson Williams, Cuba
Men’s +92kg: Nikita Putilov, Germany
The ‘World Boxing Cup: Cologne 2023’ was delivered by the German Boxing Association in collaboration with World Boxing. Details of all the results and drawsheets can be viewed at: https://www.boxverband.de/cologne-boxing-cup-der-ablaufplan-des-turniers-in-koeln/
The 15 nations that took part in the competition included 11 countries that are members of World Boxing: Australia, Canada, Denmark, England, Finland, Germany, Mongolia, Norway, Scotland, Sweden and Wales. Three countries that are not currently members of the new IF, Cuba, France and Switzerland, were given approval to compete by the Executive Board of World Boxing. The final entrant represented the IOC’s Refugee team.