The dates of the 2021 AIBA Males’s World Boxing Championships in Belgrade, Serbia have been agreed. The event can be held from 26 October – 6 November 2021.
AIBA’s flagship event can be a key milestone within the boxing calendar this yr, with the most effective athletes from around the globe set to compete within the Serbian capital. The supply of the occasion can be overseen by the President of Serbia, Mr. Aleksandar Vucic, who’s the Head of the Native Organizing Committee (LOC).
Upon the affirmation of the dates, AIBA President Mr. Umar Kremlev expressed his need for boxing to proceed growing regardless of the difficult state of affairs with COVID-19.
“We needs to be united like by no means earlier than throughout these difficult instances and provides our athletes a chance to carry out on the highest stage. The AIBA Males’s World Boxing Championships will present our willpower to offer a platform for boxers all around the globe to attain their full potential. We now have full confidence that the event can be performed safely, given our profitable implementation of COVID-19 counter measures all through this yr,” President Kremlev mentioned.
“The progress AIBA has and can proceed to make from a reform perspective can be evident on the World Championships. We’re putting important emphasis on enhancing the transparency of our sport, in addition to our governance. We now have already carried out open scoring after every spherical and that is solely the start. We’ll remodel our guidelines for the advantage of boxers, in addition to to make issues clearer for spectators. The World Championships can be an actual celebration of the game of boxing,” President Kremlev added.
The earlier version of the AIBA Males’s World Boxing Championships was hosted by Ekaterinburg, Russia in 2019.