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The day before, the competitions of the fourth day of the 58th World Boxing Championship among military personnel ended in Moscow. Semi-finalists were determined in all 15 weight categories. 12 representatives of the national team of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation continue to fight for the tournament awards.

Following the results of the fourth competitive day of the 58th World Boxing Championship among military personnel, which continues in Moscow, Guard Private Daria Abramova, Senior Lieutenant Hovik Hovhannisyan, Warrant Officer Volodya Mnatsakanyan, Private Ivan Stupin, Guard Private Konstantin Opolsky, Guard Senior Lieutenant Ivan Sagaidak Rajab Radjabov, Guard Private Dmitry Dvali, Cadet Svyatoslav Teterin and Private Alexei Semykin finished their battles with victories and advanced to the semifinals of the tournament.

Volodya Mnatsakanyan (up to 49 kg) defeated Iranian representative Azizi Kakavand Said by unanimous decision.

Hovik Hovhannisyan (up to 56 kg) defeated boxer from Uzbekistan Samandar Kholmurodov by split decision (4: 1).

Ivan Stupin (up to 69 kg) defeated Bani Yasen Salahaiden from Jordan by split decision (3: 2).

Ivan Sagaidak (up to 91 kg) fought for reaching the semifinals against Vladislav Smakhlikau from Bulgaria and took the victory by unanimous decision of the judges.

Daria Abramova (up to 57 kg) defeated Tapu Kanddrkai from Nepal by unanimous decision of the judges and advanced to the semifinals of the tournament.

Konstantin Opolsky (up to 60 kg) won a split decision (4: 1) over Adilet Kurmetov from Kazakhstan.

Rajab Rajabov (up to 81 kg) defeated Gichu Kim from Korea by unanimous decision.

Dmitry Dvali (up to 52 kg) defeated Venezuelan Antonio Ramos Gonzalez by unanimous decision.

Svyatoslav Teterin (over 91 kg) won an early victory in the first round over Andrei Skvortsov representing France.

Alexey Semykin (up to 75 kg) by unanimous decision of the judges proved to be stronger than Mirsharif Kazimzade from Azerbaijan.

Maria Urakova (up to 75 kg) lost by unanimous decision to Mavluda Mavlonova from Uzbekistan in the quarterfinal stage.

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