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Commonwealth Games boxing starts Tuesday 5 October 2010


Adam Peacock, Tiff Cherry, Steve Liebmann & Tracey Holmes
Adam Peacock, Tiff Cherry, Steve Liebmann & Tracey Holmes

By Paul Upham: The boxing competition at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India will commence on Tuesday 5 October 2010. The tournament will be televised into Australia on NETWORK TEN, ONE HD and FOXTEL.

NETWORK TEN and ONE HD free to air networks will have live and delayed coverage of boxing events at irregular times Australia wide.

The FOXTEL cable network will have unprecedented extensive live and delayed coverage of all boxing matches over all 16 sessions and 8 days at the Talkatora Indoor Stadium.

FOXTEL’s broadcast of the Delhi 2010 XIX Commonwealth Games will be presented on six dedicated high definition and standard definition FOXTEL channels, not to be confused with FOX SPORTS.

FOXTEL sports subscribers will receive – at no additional cost – all six of the exclusive Delhi 2010 XIX Commonwealth Games channels. There will also be a simultaneous streaming broadcast through www.Foxtel.com.au/delhi2010

FOXTEL customers who do not have the FOXTEL sports package can receive the Commonwealth Games offer by either taking the sports tier (which costs $16 a month) or taking it as a stand alone package for $85.

The FOXTEL studio coverage in Delhi will be anchored by Steve Liebmann, Tiffany Cherry, Tracey Holmes and Adam Peacock.

The six dedicated FOXTEL channels for Commonwealth Games coverage are;

Ch.184 Delhi Gold
Ch.185 Delhi 2
Ch.186 Delhi 3
Ch.187 Delhi 4
Ch.188 Delhi 5
Ch.189 Delhi 6

The opening Afternoon session of boxing will be televised live on Ch.187 Delhi 4 from 6:25pm AEDT on Tuesday 5 October 2010.

The opening Evening session of boxing will be televised live on Ch.188 Delhi 5 from 12:25am AEDT on Wednesday 6 October 2010.

Australia’s former IBF super featherweight boxing world champion Barry Michael will be part of the international commentary team for the Commonwealth Games boxing tournament.

Order of bouts - Tuesday 5 October 2010

Light flyweight (49kg) Men Qualification Bout 1
Followed By Light flyweight (49kg) Men Qualification Bout 2
Followed By Bantamweight (56kg) Men Qualification Bout 1
Followed By Bantamweight (56kg) Men Qualification Bout 2
Followed By Light Welterweight (64kg) Men Qualification Bout 1
Followed By Light Welterweight (64kg) Men Qualification Bout 2
Followed By Light Welterweight (64kg) Men Qualification Bout 3
Followed By Light Welterweight (64kg) Men Qualification Bout 4
Followed By Middleweight (75kg) Men Qualification Bout 1
Followed By Middleweight (75kg) Men Qualification Bout 2
Followed By Middleweight (75kg) Men Qualification Bout 3
Followed By Middleweight (75kg) Men Qualification Bout 4
Followed By Middleweight (75kg) Men Qualification Bout 5
Followed By Heavyweight (91kg) Men Qualification Bout 1
Followed By Heavyweight (91kg) Men Qualification Bout 2
Followed By Heavyweight (91kg) Men Qualification Bout 3
Followed By Flyweight (52kg) Men Qualification Bout 1
Followed By Flyweight (52kg) Men Qualification Bout 2
Followed By Lightweight (60kg) Men Qualification Bout 1
Followed By Lightweight (60kg) Men Qualification Bout 2
Followed By Lightweight (60kg) Men Qualification Bout 3
Followed By Lightweight (60kg) Men Qualification Bout 4
Followed By Welterweight (69 kg) Men Qualification Bout 1
Followed By Welterweight (69 kg) Men Qualification Bout 2
Followed By Welterweight (69 kg) Men Qualification Bout 3
Followed By Welterweight (69 kg) Men Qualification Bout 4
Followed By Light Heavyweight (81kg) Men Qualification Bout 1
Followed By Light Heavyweight (81kg) Men Qualification Bout 2
Followed By Light Heavyweight (81kg) Men Qualification Bout 3
Followed By Super Heavyweight (91 kg+) Men Qualification Bout 1
Followed By Super Heavyweight (91 kg+) Men Qualification Bout 2
Followed By Super Heavyweight (91 kg+) Men Qualification Bout 3

All boxing Gold medal matches will be held on Wednesday 13 October 2010 and televised live on FOXTEL, with five weight classes in the afternoon session, 1:00pm-5:00pm and five more in the evening 6:30pm-10:30pm local Delhi time.

2010 Commonwealth Games – Boxing Tournament Schedule
* Note: all times are Delhi local time
Tuesday 5 October 2010 – Afternoon (1:00pm-5:00pm) & Evening (6:30pm-10:30pm)
Wednesday 6 October 2010 – Afternoon (1:00pm-5:00pm) & Evening (6:30pm-10:30pm)
Thursday 7 October 2010 – Afternoon (1:00pm-5:00pm) & Evening (6:30pm-10:30pm)
Friday 8 October 2010 – Afternoon (1:00pm-5:00pm) & Evening (6:30pm-10:30pm)
Saturday 9 October 2010 – Afternoon (1:00pm-3:30pm) & Evening (5:30pm-8:00pm)
Sunday 10 October 2010 – Afternoon (1:00pm-3:30pm) & Evening (5:30pm-8:00pm)
Monday 11 October 2010 – Afternoon (1:00pm-3:30pm) & Evening (5:30pm-8:00pm)
Tuesday 12 October 2010 – No Competition
Wednesday 13 October 2010 – Afternoon (1:00pm-5:00pm) & Evening (6:30pm-10:30pm)

World Time Calculator
New York, USA = 3:30am Tuesday
London, England = 8:30am Tuesday
Cape Town, South Africa = 9:30am Tuesday
Delhi, India = 1:00pm Tuesday
Sydney, Australia = 6:30pm Tuesday AEDT


2010 Commonwealth Games - Weight Categories
Light Flyweight 46-49 kg
Flyweight 52 kg
Bantamweight 56 kg
Lightweight 60 kg
Light Welterweight 64 kg
Welterweight 69 kg
Middleweight 75 kg
Light Heavyweight 81 kg
Heavyweight 91 kg
Super heavyweight +91 kg


Paul Upham
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