Boxing: Tripartite Commission Announces Boxing Quotas for Eight Nations

The tripartite commission has awarded the Olympic quotas for boxing. In total, 5 men’s quotas and 3 women’s quotas were awarded. Eligible nations were able to send applications in order to receive an invitation quota in various sports.

Africa was the big winner, obtaining 4/8 quotas. They went to Burundi’s Ornella Havyarimana (women’s flyweight), Cape Verde’s Daniel de Pina (men’s flyweight), Eswatini’s Thabiso Dlamini (men’s welterweight) and Somalia’s Ramla Ali (women’s featherweight). Pan America will be represented by Guyana’s Keevin Allicock (men’s featherweight) and Haiti’s Darrelle Valsaint Jr. (men’s middleweight) while the two remaining quotas were awarded to Kosovo’s Donjeta Sadiku (women’s lightweight) and Papua New Guinea’s John Ume (men’s lightweight).

Qualified Nations

Men’s Flyweight
* Cape Verde

Men’s Featherweight
* Guyana

Men’s Lightweight
* Papua New Guinea

Men’s Welterweight
* Eswatini

Men’s Middleweight
* Haiti

Women’s Flyweight
* Burundi

Women’s Featherweight
* Somalia

Women’s Lightweight
* Kosovo

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