Sport • 25 February, 2020

Head coach of Kazakh boxing team names team for Tokyo 2020 Olympic qualifier

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Galymbek Kenzhebayev, head coach of Kazakhstan national boxing team, announced team for Tokyo 2020 Olympic qualifier for Asia and Oceania in Jordan, reports. 

Up to 52kg: Kazakhstan will be represented by 2019 World Championships bronze medalist Saken Biobossinov.

Up to 57kg: the winner of several international tournaments - Serik Temirzhanov.

Up to 63 kg: Silver medalist of the 2019 Asian Championships Zakir Safiullin.

Up to 69 kg: Bronze medalist of 2017 and 2019 World Championships Ablaikhan Zhussupov.

Up to 75 kg: Silver medalist of 2017 World  Championships, Bronze medalist of Asia Abilkhan Amankul.

Up to 81kg: 2019 World Champion Bekzad Nurdauletov.

Up to 91kg: World and Asian Championships medalist, Rio 2016 Silver medalist - Vassiliy Levit.

Over 91 kg: Two-time silver medallist of the World and Asian Championships, captain of the national team Kamshybek Kunkabaev.

"All the guys who will go to win licenses for the 2020 Olympics are considered the strongest boxers and favorites of the national team. Our team is experienced. Any of the athletes can show their best side," said the head coach Galymbek Kenzhebayev.

Asia and Oceania Boxing Qualifier Championship in Amman will take place March 3-11. Totally, there are 63 qualifications for Tokyo 2020. 

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