Ugnay sa amin

isport

Boxing without borders: Umar Kremlev sa pulitika at kooperasyon

IBAHAGI:

Nai-publish

on

Umar Kremlev, the president of the International Boxing Association (IBA), recently spoke about the future of boxing at a press conference in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. During the conference, Kremlev emphasized the need for cooperation and compromise in the sport of boxing, and highlighted the IBA’s commitment to helping athletes and National Federations develop the sport.

During the press conference, Kremlev emphasized that boxing should be kept out of politics and that cooperation and compromise are essential for the sport’s development. He noted that boxing is a friendly family that will continue to grow regardless of political strife. Kremlev spoke about the issue of interaction between the IBA and the IOC, stressing that each organization should focus on its own responsibilities without interfering with each other and athletes’ interests.

Ang IBA ay palaging bukas sa diyalogo, at isang komisyon ang nilikha upang makipag-ugnayan sa IOC. Binanggit ni Kremlev na ang imbestigasyon sa katiwalian sa ilalim ng pamumuno ni dating AIBA President Xi K Wu ay walang kinalaman sa kasalukuyang kalagayan ng organisasyon.

Ang paksa ng inisyatiba ng US at UK na lumikha ng isang "alternatibong asosasyon ng boksing" ay tinalakay din sa press conference. Sinabi ni Kremlev na ang IBA ay ang tanging internasyonal na asosasyon na namamahala sa boksing at pinagkakatiwalaan ng 205 bansa. Kinuwestiyon niya ang ideya ng pagpaparehistro ng isang asosasyon sa isang "garahe" at tinawag itong internasyonal at tinanong kung bakit dapat bigyang-pansin ito ng sinuman.

The press conference also addressed the US Boxing Federation’s previous decision to withdraw from the IBA, with Kremlev noting that American athletes themselves are requesting help in organizing a new federation, and the decision to withdraw was an exclusively bureaucratic initiative that does not reflect the views of the athletes.

Tungkol sa pagpopondo, plano ng IBA na maglaan ng pagitan ng $50,000 at $100,000 sa bawat Pambansang Pederasyon para sa pagpapaunlad ng boksing pagkatapos magsumite ng plano sa pagpapaunlad.

Kremlev emphasized the focus on cooperation, noting that the IBA’s task is not to limit athletes but to help them. There are no questions about the popularity of boxing, with 120 countries having submitted applications to acquire the rights to the finals, and athletes from Europe personally contacting Kremlev to resolve current problems in the interests of everyone.

anunsyo

In conclusion, the press conference highlighted the IBA’s commitment to the development of boxing and its co-operation with other organizations while focusing on its responsibilities. Kremlev emphasized that politics should be kept out of sports, and cooperation and compromise are essential for the sport’s growth. The IBA is trusted by 205 countries and is the only international association governing boxing. With a focus on cooperation and development, the IBA aims to help athletes and ensure the sport’s continued popularity worldwide.

Ibahagi ang artikulong ito:

Ang EU Reporter ay naglalathala ng mga artikulo mula sa iba't ibang panlabas na mapagkukunan na nagpapahayag ng malawak na hanay ng mga pananaw. Ang mga posisyong kinuha sa mga artikulong ito ay hindi naman sa EU Reporter.

Nagte-trend