Ching-Kuo Wu elected AIBA President for third term
Ching-Kuo Wu elected AIBA President for third term

Incumbent Dr Ching-Kuo Wu was on Friday re-elected the International Boxing Association (AIBA) President for a third consecutive term.

Pregnancy tests on unmarried boxers: Was it necessary?

Eight women boxers, including unmarried and juniors, who are set to compete at the World Championships in Korea next week, were subjected to pregnancy tests by Sports Authority of India under the new requirements of world body AIBA though the move was criticised by experts.

Pregnancy tests on unmarried boxers: Was it necessary?- Part II

Eight women boxers, including unmarried and juniors, who are set to compete at the World Championships in Korea next week, were subjected to pregnancy tests by Sports Authority of India under the new requirements of world body AIBA though the move was criticised by experts.

No violation of rules in pregnancy tests: Boxing India
No violation of rules in pregnancy tests: Boxing India

Boxing India on Thursday refuted allegations that junior women pugilists were subjected to pregnancy tests ahead of the upcoming World Championships, stating that only the eligible senior girls went through the tests as required by the International Boxing Association (AIBA).

Hopeful Sarita Devi to file plea to revoke ban
Hopeful Sarita Devi to file plea to revoke ban

In her bid to revoke the provisional suspension before the World Women Boxing Championships to be held Nov 14-23, boxer L. Sarita Devi will file her plea to the International Boxing Association (AIBA) on Monday night.

Sarita Devi remains hopeful of World Championships participation
Sarita Devi remains hopeful of World Championships participation

Provisionally suspended she might be but Indian boxer L Sarita Devi has not given up hopes of participating in next month's World Championships, saying that she has written to the International Boxing Association (AIBA) presenting her case.

IOA to discuss Sarita Devi ban with Ministry officials on Oct 28
IOA to discuss Sarita Devi ban with Ministry officials on Oct 28

Rattled by the International Boxing Association's decision to provisionally suspend boxer L Sarita Devi for her protest at the Asian Games, the IOA will hold a meeting with Sports Ministry officials on October 28 to discuss the way forward.

Indian boxer Sarita Devi suspended by AIBA for Asian Games protest

AIBA has suspended India boxer L Sarita Devi and her coaches for an indefinite period because of her Asian Games protest. Her coach GS Sandhu and Indian chef-de-mission AJ Sumariwalla also faced the brunt.

Asian Games boxing competition was concussion-free: AIBA
Asian Games boxing competition was concussion-free: AIBA

The boxers are divided on whether headguards should be reintroduced but the International Boxing Association on Tuesday said abolishing them has helped immensely in reducing cases of concussion with the recent Asian Games recording no instance of trauma injuries.

I was wronged, hope Korea hosts better World Championship: Sarita
I was wronged, hope Korea hosts better World Championship: Sarita

She has offered unconditional apology for an emotionally-charged protest at the Asian Games but Indian boxer L Sarita Devi on Friday hoped that her outburst would ensure better judging at next month's World Championship in Korea -- the country where she felt "wronged".

Sarita Devi has offered 'unconditional apology': AIBA
Sarita Devi has offered 'unconditional apology': AIBA

Facing the prospect of a ban, Indian boxer L Sarita Devi on Friday offered an "unconditional apology" for refusing to accept her bronze medal during the Asian Games presentation ceremony, the International Boxing Association has said.

Sarita Devi fiasco: Who's responsible for it?

A huge controversy erupted at the Asian Games 2014 on Tuesday when ace Indian boxer Sarita Devi, had to settle for a bronze medal despite dominating her semifinal bout against local favourite Jina Park in the 60kg category.

Sarita Devi fiasco: Who's responsible for it?- Part II

A huge controversy erupted at the Asian Games 2014 on Tuesday when ace Indian boxer Sarita Devi, had to settle for a bronze medal despite dominating her semifinal bout against local favourite Jina Park in the 60kg category.

17th Asian Games: Sarita Devi faces AIBA probe for returning medal
17th Asian Games: Sarita Devi faces AIBA probe for returning medal

International Boxing Association (AIBA) on Wednesday opened disciplinary action against Indian boxer Sarita Devi after she showed her dissent during the medal ceremony.

Asian Games: Tearful Laishram Sarita refuses bronze medal
Asian Games: Tearful Laishram Sarita refuses bronze medal

The victory ceremony of women's boxing light-weight category at the Incheon Asian Games witnessed a tearful Laishram Sarita attending the function only to refuse the bronze medal.

Heart-broken Laishram Sarita considers returning bronze medal
Heart-broken Laishram Sarita considers returning bronze medal

Indian boxer Laishram Sarita, who was robbed off a gold medal bout at the 17th Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea may return the bronze medal. According to reports, her husband C Thoiba said that they will accept the medal at the ceremony but are planning to return it as a mark of protest.

Asian Games 2014, Day 11: Mary Kom in final, Sarita Devi robbed of gold medal chance
Asian Games 2014, Day 11: Mary Kom in final, Sarita Devi robbed of gold medal chance

India's L Sarita Devi (60kg) was robbed of a sure place in the women's 60kg boxing final when the verdict went in favour of her South Korean rival Jina Park in a bout the Indian dominated, after her senior teammate M C Mary Kom stormed into the gold medal round in the 51kg class at the Asian Games here.

International Boxing Association tells Boxing India to take IOA membership
International Boxing Association tells Boxing India to take IOA membership

After granting provisional recognition to Boxing India, the International Boxing Association (AIBA) has now asked the newly-elected body to apply for IOA membership while making it clear that it would no longer deal with the ad-hoc committee which had been appointed for the sport.

AIBA says no to IOA role in boxing elections, Narsi resigns
AIBA says no to IOA role in boxing elections, Narsi resigns

In a major snub to the IOA, the International Boxing Association (AIBA) has turned down its request to conduct elections to form India's new federation even as Kishan Narsi resigned from the IOA-appointed ad-hoc committee for the sport after being appointed an observer for the September 11 polls.

Sandeep Jajodia set to be elected President of new Boxing Federation

 Sandeep Jajodia, CMD of Indian boxing's long-time sponsors -- the Monnet Group --, is all set to be elected unopposed as the president of the much-anticipated new Federation after he was the sole candidate left in fray on the final day of filing nominations for the September 11 polls.