Boxing Results For 2018 Asian Games From Indonesia

The 2018 Asian Games from Indonesia have concluded as the week-long multi-sport event saw Asia's top athletes compete against one another.

One of the sports in this event is boxing as a total of 10 tournaments across both men and women's boxing. Below are the men's results for the boxing portion of the 2018 Asian Games:

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Light flyweight (49 kg): 

Gold: Amit Panghal (India)

Silver: Hasanboy Dusmatov (Uzbekistan)

Bronze: Wu Zhonglin (China), Carlo Paalam (Philippines)

Flyweight (52 kg): 

Gold: Jasurbek Latipov (Uzbekistan)

Silver: Rogen Ladon (Philippines)

Bronze: Azat Usenaliev (Kyrgyzstan), Yuttapong Tongdee (Thailand)

Bantamweight (56 kg):

Gold: Mirazizbek Mirzakhalilov (Uzbekistan)

Silver: Jo Hyo-nam (North Korea)

Bronze: Xu Boxiang (China)​​​​​​, Sunan Agung Amoragam (Indonesia)

Lightweight (60 kg): 

Gold: Erdenebatyn Tsendbaatar (Mongolia)

Silver: Shunkor Abdurasulov (Uzbekistan)

Bronze: Rujakran Juntrong (Thailand), Shan Jun (China)

Light welterweight (64 kg):

Gold: Ikboljon Kholdarov (Uzbekistan)

Silver: Baatarsükh Chinzorig (Mongolia)

Bronze: Daisuke Narimatsu (Japan), Wuttichai Masuk (Thailand)

Welterweight (69 kg): 

Gold: Bobo Usmon Baturov (Uzbekistan)

Silver: Aslanbek Shymbergenov (Kazakhstan)

Bronze: Zeyad Eashash (Jordan), Saylom Ardee (Thailand)

Middleweight (75 kg): 

Gold: Israil Madrimov (Uzbekistan)

Silver: Abilkhan Amankul (Kazakhstan)

Bronze: Vikas Krishan Yadav (India), Eumir Felix Marcial (Philippines)

Below are the women's results:

Flyweight (51 kg):

Gold: Chang Yuan (China)

Silver: Pang Chol-mi (North Korea)

Bronze: Lin Yu-ting (Chinese Taipei), Nguyen Thi Tam (Vietnam)

Featherweight (57 kg): 

Gold: Yin Junhua (China)

Silver: Jo Son-hwa (North Korea)

Bronze: Huang Hsiao-wen (Chinese Taipei), Nilawan Techasuep (Thailand)

Lightweight (60 kg):

Gold: Oh Yeon-ji (South Korea)

Silver: Sudaporn Seesondee (Thailand)

Bronze: Huswatun Hasanah (Indonesia), Choi Hye-song (North Korea)

Uzbekistan came out as the biggest winner in the boxing portion of the Asian Games: Uzbekistan had the most boxers competing in gold medal fights with five boxers winning gold medals and two winning silver medals. Although China was the only other country with more than one gold medalist, North Korea was second among all countries in having the most amount of boxers fighting in the final fights. North Korea was unsuccessful in all three gold medal fights, leaving the Asian Games with three silver medals.

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