The Women's World Boxing Championship, organized by the International Boxing Association (AIBA), begins on Thursday, November 15, in New Delhi, India, and extends until November 24 in the presence of four Colombians and a reference to the Olympic Bronze Medalist, Ingrit Valencia.
In the technical direction of the coach, Tolime Raul Ortiz, the team consists of Ingrita, which competes in the group of 51 pounds, Yeni Marcela Arias (57 kg), Julieth Dayana Cordero (60 kg.) And Jéssica Paola Caicedo (75 kg.).
At the World Cup, Wednesday will be drawing tables for each of the divisions by weight and the activity starts on Thursday, but for Colombians it depends on the place where they are located on the market and the circle in which they start the championship.
"We came up with a lot of incentives, with a great deal of attitude and with the idea of doing good things. The girls are mentally minded to give the best everyone to try to put some of them on the podium as they were in the Olympic Games, although there are several competitors here," said Colombian coach Raul Ortiz of New Delhi.
The division of 51 kilograms, competing with the Colombian Olympic medalist Ingrit Valencia, has 56 players from 52 countries in the table, so that the keys will be from about 64 athletes, but to the round 32, eight in line with the draw will have direct access.
"I want to go to the World Cup Cup, this is my dream. The World Cup is difficult because it is more of a battle than in the Olympic Games, but for this we are training, it's not easy, but it's not that difficult, but the idea is that I will continue to score or improve, "admitted the coffee shop in the Tolima register.
In section 57 pounds, Yeni Marcela Arias will perform 51 boxers from 49 countries, while in the sixties, Dayana Cordero, coming from professional boxing, will test in the atmosphere of the fan leading to the Olympic Games, 49 competitors from 47 countries .
Also in the 75 kilogram category, Jéssica Paola Caicedo is located in a box of 34 bars from 33 countries, on an orbital competition that runs every two years, in which Ingrit Valencia is the longest with two world championships and an Olympic medal.
With information from the Colombian Olympic Committee