Turkish Women’s Boxing Team breaks national record by 5 gold medals

National Boxer Ayşe Çağrıır (in the middle), who became the champion by beating Kazakh boxer Alua Balkibekova in the final of the organization aid to reporters after the award ceremony: “I am very happy to make my country proud. I present this gold medal to my country.”

The Turkish National Women’s Boxing Team made its way into Turkish boxing history by winning 5 gold and 2 bronze medals at the IBA World Women’s Boxing Championship.

The World Women’s Boxing Championship, organized in Turkey by the International Boxing Association, was completed with the final matches in 6 weight categories.

Turkey’s national athletes completed the tournament held in Istanbul Başakşehir Youth and Sports Facilities with a total of 7 medals, 5 gold and 2 bronze.

Ayşe Çağrıır in 48 kg, Buse Naz Çakıroğlu in 50 kg, Hatice Akbaş in 54 kg, Busenaz Sürmeneli in 66 kg and Şennur Demir in 81+ kg won the gold medal by defeating their opponents in the final.

Sema Caliskan in 70 kilos and Elif Guneri in 81 kilos finished the championship with a bronze medal.

National athletes broke the record by leaving behind the 2005 World Championship, in which 5 medals were won, and the 2008 World Championships, where 2 championships came, and achieved the most successful World Championship of Turkish boxing.


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