Florencia López left everything in one of the semifinals of the elite boxing World Cup in Istanbul, but los
Florencia López left everything in one of the semifinals of the elite boxing World Cup in Istanbul, but lost by split decision and won the bronze medal. Gentleness.
Florencia López won the bronze medal in the elite women’s boxing World Cup, after losing to the Turkish Ayse Cagirir, by points and split decision, in one of the semifinals of the category up to 48 kilos, in the contest that takes place at the Başakşehir Sports and Youth Center in Istanbul.
The young Argentine finished her participation with three wins and one loss, and won the first medal in 16 years for national boxing in women’s ecumenical competitions and the fifth in all history.
López was the fifth and last of the members of the national team, who participated in the World Cup that summoned 419 boxers from 93 countries and will end tomorroworganized by the International Boxing Association (IBA), and which was reserved for female boxers born between 1981 and 2002.
The national team was made up of López (48 kilos), who was a bronze medalist; Tatiana Flores (50), quarterfinals; Milagros Herrera (54), round of 32; Viviana Palavecino (63), round of 16, and Lucía Pérez (66), round of 16.
Despite her dedication, it was not enough for Florencia López to beat Turkish Ayse Cagirir in one of the World Cup semifinals. Gentleness.
The coaching staff was made up of Fabricio Nieva, who was the main trainer, Daniel González as assistant, and Mariano Carrera, former middleweight world champion, contributing all his experience.
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