Fifty-two boxers representing 13 flags will contest today’s semi-finals on day three of the ‘World Boxing Cup: Cologne 2023’ (28-31 October 2023) in Germany.
It comes after the quarter-finals were completed over 33 bouts yesterday. All of the results from a day of superb action which featured strong performances from the host nation along wth England, Australia and Mongolia can be viewed at:
Today’s semi-finals feature a large German contingent of 14 boxers. Other nations with significant interest include England, Australia and Mongolia, who all have six boxers, and Cuba with five. Wales and Sweden each have three boxers in the semi-finals, while France, Denmark and Finland have two. Switzerland and Norway have one each along with the IOC’s Refugee team.
The semi-finals will run over two sessions of boxing starting at 14:00 and 17:00 (CET). The draw can be viewed at:
All of the semi-finals from day three will be streamed live at:
World Boxing will be posting updates throughout the competition on its social channels:
The ‘World Boxing Cup: Cologne 2023’ is being delivered by the German Boxing Association in collaboration with World Boxing.
The 15 nations that have taken part in the competition include 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, have been given approval to compete by the Executive Board of World Boxing. The final entrant is representing the IOC’s Refugee team.