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Boxing victors found at National Championships

Boxing victors found at National Championships

The 2013 National Boxing Championships, which includes both English boxing and Cambodia kickboxing disciplines, crowned champions on Monday after 10 days of fighting action at the Wrestling Hall of the National Sports Complex.

Co-sanctioned by the Cambodian Amateur Boxing Federation and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, the event had seen stricter qualifying rounds reduce the field but improve the quality.

According to CABF President Tem Moeun, 312 fighters from 16 organisations competed in 27 separate weight classes.

One hundred and fourteen English boxing matches and 180 Cambodian kickboxing matches were held in total during the tournament.


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