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Boxing has been contested at every Commonwealth Games since 1930, and the Melbourne 2006 competition will take place according to the rules of the International Amateur Boxing Association (AIBA).

Bouts in 11 weight categories will be contested at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre over the nine days of competition, with 11 gold medals up for grabs.

The competition will be a knockout format with the winner of each bout proceeding to the next round. Quarter Finals, Semi Finals and gold medal bouts will be competed on the last four days of competition. Bronze medals will be awarded to the losers of the Semi Final bouts.

Competition Format
Event Men Women
Light Flyweight 48kg
Flyweight 51kg
Bantamweight 54kg
Featherweight 57kg
Lightweight 60kg
Light Welterweight 64kg
Welterweight 69kg
Middleweight 75kg
Light Heavyweight 81kg
Heavyweight 91kg
Super Heavyweight 91kg+

For further information please visit the following sites:

  • International Amateur Boxing Association.
  • Boxing Australia.
  • Boxing Victoria.

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Medal Table

Country Gold Medal Tally
Silver Medal Tally
Bronze Medal Tally
England flag England 5 1 2
Australia flag Australia 2 0 4
India flag India 1 2 2
South Africa flag South Africa 1 1 0
Namibia flag Namibia 1 0 0

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