AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships Yerevan 2012 Semi-finals and Finals to be broadcast LIVE

Lausanne, Switzerland, 05 December 2012 - Taking place in the Armenian capital, Yerevan, the 2012 AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships has brought together the very best boxers aged 17 and 18 from around the globe. This edition saw over 360 athletes from 70 countries participate. As the competition heats up in the race to see who is crowned AIBA Youth World Champion, we are pleased to be able to bring you LIVE coverage from the tournament via our YouTube channel.

Held at the Karen Demirchyan Sports and Concerts Complex, located on the Tsitsernakaberd Hill which dominates the Western part of Yerevan, the competition has seen boxers displaying amazing skills throughout the past six days of action.

Boxers have been battling it out for one of the most prestigious prize in boxing. Who will make history and be crowned AIBA Youth World Champion? Follow the climactic end to this electric competition as the future stars of the sport look to make their mark on the world stage, all LIVE on

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Semi-Finals, Thursday 06 December 2012

- Afternoon session at 14:00, local time

- Evening session at 18:00, local time

Finals, Friday 07 December 2012

- Finals session at 14:00, local time

For more information contact: AIBA PR & Communications Department

+41 21 621 80 02

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