The draw was held on Wednesday for the 2010 AIBA Women World Boxing Championships being held in Bridgetown Barbados.
In total, there are 267 athletes from 65 different Federations
Brackets can be found at http://aiba.org/en-US/womens/Womens2010.aspx
Here is how the Canadian Girls did…
Session 1B Thur 09 Sept 2010 14:00hr Light Fly 45-48kg 29 athletes
Bout #12 Lynsey HOLDAWAY WAL vs Jacqueline PARK CAN
WIN LOSS 10:2
Session 2B Thur 09 Sept 2010 19:30hr Light 60 kgs 42 athletes
Bout #26 Stephanie WALKER CAN vs Bugar TASHEEN GER
— ADVANCES GER W/O
Session 3B Fri 10 Sept 2010 16:00hr Fly 51 kgs 45 athletes
Bout #48 Hyang KIM OK PRK vs Mandy BUJOLD CAN
WIN LOSS 8:5
Session 4A Fri 10 Sept 2010 19:30hr Welter 69 kgs 22 athletes
Bout #56 Kandi WYATT CAN vs Andeccia WASSON USA
LOSS WIN 17:3
Session Sun 12 Sept 2010 16:00hr Feather 57 kgs 29 athletes
Bout #123 Melissa GUILLEMETTE CAN vs Reyna COTIJA MEX
LOSS WIN 8:6
Session Sun 12 Sept 2010 19:30hr Light Heavy 81 kgs 14 athletes
Bout #129 Melinda WATPOOL CAN vs Marina VOLNOVA KAZ
Session Mon 13 Sept 2010 19:30hr Middle 69 kgs 27 athletes
Bout #162 Mary SPENCER CAN vs Anna LAURELL SWE
Four Boxing Ontario Women are competing this week in Bridgetown Barbados at the AIBA World Championships. Athletes arrived on Monday Sept 6th and recieved a full police escort throught the city to their hotel.
Weigh-ins and the draw will take place on Wednesday with the action commencing on Thursday.
At this years tournament, 75 nations and 306 boxers will be competing at the AIBA Women’s World Championships and these numbers break every former record in women’s boxing’s history. This will also be the biggest boxing tournament to be held in the South Caribbean region.
Of the total, 27 countries are from the European Confederation, 17 each from the Asian and American Confederation, 12 from the African Confederation and two from Oceania. Furthermore, 31 nations will be making their debut at the Women’s World Championships.
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In the Photo…girls going for 7am run
From Left to Right
Jacqui Park, Melinda Watpool, Melissa Guillemette (Quebec), Mandy Bujold and Mary Spencer