Serdamba lead men's 48kg weight ratings

16:30, May 27, 2010      

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Mongolian world champion and Olympic silver medalist P.Serdamba is listed on the top of 48kg men's weight category at a 2010 year ratings of The International Amateur Boxing Association (AIBA).

He has led the boxing rating by 2062.5 points.

P.Serdamba won silver medal at the 2008 Olympics in the junior flyweight category, as well as the title of the same category of the Asian championship 2007 held in Ulanbator and that of the 2009 World Amateur Boxing Championship held in Milan.

Moreover, Mongolian boxer U.Monkh-Erdene, a State Honored Sportsman and bronze medalist of the AIBA World Championships, was ranked at the third by 1,450 points, while Olympic champion E.Badar-Uugan (men's 54kg) is at fourth place by 1,375 points.

State Honored Sportsman N.Togstsogt (men's 51kg) is at seventh place by 1,137.5 points.

Source:Xinhua

(Editor:intern1)

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