AIBA set to introduce ‘protest system’ for coaches and boxers at subsequent yr’s males’s world championships


Lausanne: The Worldwide Boxing Affiliation (AIBA) is about to introduce a “protest system” for coaches and boxers in subsequent yr’s world championship for males, which can even be a qualifier for the 2020 Olympics.

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Its system of scoring criticised by at least the Worldwide Olympic Committee (IOC), the AIBA on Thursday stated a provision of protest can be launched on the 2019 world occasion to held in Moscow.

“Noteworthy, is the institution of a protest system for Coaches and Athletes which has been accepted, examined and is about to be carried out in 2019 on the AIBA Males’s World Championships,” the world physique stated in an announcement.

The AIBA stated it has labored exhausting in direction of reforming its methods, most notably scoring, which has typically been lambasted as opaque by critics.

“Like some other Worldwide Sport Federation, AIBA will constantly search to enhance its refereeing and judging and can stay ever vigilant to the truth that we serve our athletes within the first place,” AIBA Government Director Tom Virgets acknowledged.

AIBA claimed that it has totally revamped its methods to “foster a tradition of transparency and truthful play, out and in of the boxing ring”.

The brand new system was examined for the primary time throughout the 2018 Youth Olympic Game in Buenos Aires, and on the current Girls’s World Championships in Delhi.

The Delhi occasion noticed an issue when a Bulgarian boxer accused the judges of corruption, prompting the AIBA to withdraw her accreditation.

Audit agency Worth Waterhouse Cooper (PWC) has been monitoring the primary implementation and has “positively reviewed” the brand new methods, indicating that the modifications made have been good and producing the specified outcomes.

The modifications embody having 5 judges rating a bout and removing of the President and Government Director from the appointment and approval means of Referee and Judges.

“AIBA is dedicated to safe-guarding the integrity of boxing and its competitions on all ranges. Collaborating with an impartial audit group is simply one of many methods we’re working exhausting to make sure we preserve our sport clear and our competitions trustworthy,” Virgets stated.

AIBA is at the moment confronted with the prospect of Olympic expulsion following controversial Uzbek Gafur Rakhimov’s election as President. The IOC has threatened to drop boxing from the Olympic roster owing to Rakhimov’s alleged hyperlinks to organised crime.

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