The first edition of the tournament took place in , although the first 'competitive' championships were hosted by the city of Stockholm Sweden in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Boxing competitions. European Boxing Confederation. Retrieved 14 June Retrieved 3 May European Amateur Boxing Championships.
European Amateur Boxing Championships
It is the 41st edition of this biennial competition organised by the European governing body for amateur boxing, the EUBC. Russia topped the medal table with 4 golds from 4 finals, while the unified British team won the most medals, 6, and reached the most finals, 5, although winning only 1 gold medal. The medal winners are: . Below is the final medal table from the championships. Great Britain, with six medals, won the most medals in total. The event doubled as the second European qualification event for the World Championships, and the top six in each division qualified a quota place for their nation - in effect, all four medalists, and the following quarter-finalists, who were listed 5th and 6th by virtue of having been beaten by the eventual finalists.
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European Championships - Stockholm, Sweden - May almost full results. European Championships - Berlin, Germany - May almost full results. European Championships - Budapest, Hungary - April full results. European Championships - Milan, Italy - May full results. European Championships - Dublin, Ireland - April full results.
The European Union Amateur Boxing Championships is an annual competition for amateur boxers from the European Union and its candidate countries thus Turkey is a leading participant. The first edition of the men's tournament took place in in Strasbourg, France and the women's in in Porto Torres, Italy. The men's tournament was held annually from to and every four years since , while the women's tournament was held annually from to and every four years since