Over 150 students arrived at the University of Wolverhampton to compete in this year’s BUCS Boxing Championship event.

On the weekend of 27 May – 29 May 2022, the University of Wolverhampton hosted the BUCS Boxing Championships for a third successive year.

The three-day event saw around 130 bouts take place between students from universities around the United Kingdom. Boxers arrived in Wolverhampton ahead of Friday’s registration and competed throughout the weekend to be crowned Champions in Sunday’s finals.

We take a look at this year’s venue and all of the results from the event below.

The Venue

Walsall Campus Sports Centre

This year’s BUCS Boxing Championships were hosted at the University of Wolverhampton.

Having also hosted the event in 2019 and 2020, the Wolverhampton’s Walsall Campus was once again host to the BUCS Boxing Championships. Wolverhampton’s multimillion-pound sports centre not only boasts a 12-court, multi-sports hall but was also a training base for multiple countries at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

The Results

With around 130 fights taking place across a variety of weight classes, a total of 27 gold medals were handed out to the male and female students who emerged victorious during the three-day event.

See all of the winners from each weight class below.

Men’s Novice (0-7 bouts) Results

Weight Champion
U54kg Alexander Cheung (Nottingham)
57k Nathan Brookes (Liverpool)
U60kg (Class A) Jay Martin (Northumbria)
U63.5kg (Class A) Amir Bourhfir (Bath)
U67kg (Class A) Shayan Manghi (Leeds)
U71kg (Class A) Stephen Cooper (Liverpool)
U75kg (Class A) Jack Roberts (Nottingham Trent)
U80kg (Class A) Tate Furlonge-Walker (Liverpool)
U86kg (Class A) Richard Junior Bio (Nottingham Trent)
U92kg (Class A) Kenneth Anigboro (Sheffield)
92+kg (Class A) Derrick Osadolor (Portsmouth)

Men’s Open (8-15 bouts) Results

Weight Champion
57kg Jesse McCarthy (Liverpool)
63.5kg Luke Mcdonnell (Liverpool Hope)
67kg Muhammad Ali Khizar (Newcastle)
U71kg (Class A) Jibrail Talukdar (Nottingham Trent)
75kg Charlie Pomphrey (Liverpool John Moores)
80kg William Gillies (Leeds Beckett)

Men’s Open (16+ bouts) Results

Weight Champion
57kg Uzair Maqbool (City)
60kg Hamza Hajee-sheriff (Greenwich)
63.5kg Augustinas Zibuda (Middlesex)
U71kg (Class A) Will Lawson (Salford)
75kg Stephen Clarke (Edge Hill)

Women’s Novice (0-5 bouts) Results

Weight Champion
U54kg Emma Hogan (York)
U57kg Sally Emery (Sheffield Hallam)
U60kg Aya Hijazi (Westminster)
U70kg Alice Scoones (Loughborough)

Women’s Open (6-10 bouts) Results

Weight Champion
57kg Karina Kalinkina (York)

Moments from this year’s Championships

Scroll through the gallery below to see pictures from the 2021/22 BUCS Boxing Championships.

BUCS Boxing Finals Official Highlights

Watch the official highlights from this year’s Championships on the BUCS YouTube channel.

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