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Final results for the Boxing competition at the 1968 Summer Olympics.

Results[]

Light Flyweight (– 48 kg)[]

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY
Gold Francisco Rodríguez File:Flag of Venezuela 1930-2006.svg VEN
Silver Jee Yong-Ju File:Flag of South Korea.svg KOR
Bronze Hubert Skrzypczak File:Flag of Poland.svg POL
Bronze Harlan Marbley USA

First Round[]

  • Tahar Aziz (MAR) def. David Nata (ZAM), 4:1
  • Hubert Skrzypczak (POL) def. Mohamed Sohem (EGY), 5:0
  • Joseph Donovan (AUS) def. György Gedó (HUN), TKO-2
  • Robert Urretavizcaya (ARG) def. Ignacio Espinal (DOM), walk-over
  • Alberto Morales (MEX) def. Franco Udella (ITA), 5:0
  • Bernd Engelmeier (GDR) def. Mando Vicera (PHI), 3:2
  • Viktor Zaporozhets (URS) def. Yunji Watanabe (JPN), 5:0
  • Jee Yong-Ju (KOR) def. Douglas Ogada (UGA), TKO-2


Second Round[]

  • Gabriel Ogun (NGA) def. Stefan Alexandrov (BUL), 4:1
  • Harlan Marbley (USA) def. Fuat Temel (TUR), 5:0
  • Khata Karunatarne (CEY) def. They Lay (BUR), 5:0
  • Francisco Rodríguez (VEN) def. Rafael Carbonell (CUB), 5:0
  • Hubert Skrzypczak (POL) def. Tahar Aziz (MAR), 4:1
  • Joseph Donovan (AUS) def. Robert Urretavizcaya (ARG), 5:0
  • Alberto Morales (MEX) def. Bernd Engelmeier (GDR), TKO-1
  • Jee Yong-Ju (KOR) def. Viktor Zaporozhets (URS), 3:2

Quarterfinals[]

  • Harlan Marbley (USA) def. Gabriel Ogun (NGA), 5:0
  • Francisco Rodríguez (VEN) def. Khata Karunatarne (CEY), TKO-2
  • Hubert Skrzypczak (POL) def. Joseph Donovan (AUS), 3:2
  • Jee Yong-Ju (KOR) def. Alberto Morales (MEX), 3:2

Semifinals[]

  • Francisco Rodríguez (VEN) def. Harlan Marbley (USA), 4:1
  • Jee Yong-Ju (KOR) def. Hubert Skrzypczak (POL), 4:1

Final[]

  • Francisco Rodríguez (VEN) def. Jee Yong-Ju (KOR), 3:2

Flyweight (– 51 kg)[]

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY
Gold Ricardo Delgado File:Flag of Mexico.svg MEX
Silver Artur Olech File:Flag of Poland.svg POL
Bronze Servílio de Oliveira File:Flag of Brazil (1968-1992).svg BRA
Bronze Leo Rwabdogo File:Flag of Uganda.svg UGA

Quarterfinals[]

  • Servílio de Oliveira (BRA) def. Joseph Destimo (GHA), 5:0
  • Ricardo Delgado (MEX) def. Tetsuaki Nakamura (JPN), 5:0
  • Artur Olech (POL) def. Nikolay Novikov (URS), TKO-2
  • Leo Rwabwogo (UGA) def. Tibor Badari (HUN), 3:2


Semifinals[]

  • Ricardo Delgado (MEX) def. Servílio de Oliveira (BRA), 5:0
  • Artur Olech (POL) def. Leo Rwabwogo (UGA), 3:2


Final[]

  • Ricardo Delgado (MEX) def. Artur Olech (POL), 5:0

Bantamweight (– 54 kg)[]

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY
Gold Valerian Sokolov File:Flag of the Soviet Union 1955.svg URS
Silver Eridadi Mukwanga File:Flag of Uganda.svg UGA
Bronze Eiji Morioka File:Flag of Japan.svg JPN
Bronze Chang Kyou-Chul File:Flag of South Korea.svg KOR

Quarterfinals[]

  • Valerian Sokolov (URS) def. Samuel Mbugua (KEN), 5:0
  • Eiji Morioka (JPN) def. Michael Dowling (IRL), 4:1
  • Eridadi Mukwanga (UGA) def. Roberto Cervantes (MEX), 5:0
  • Chang Kyou-Chul (KOR) def. Horst Rascher (FRG), 5:0

Semifinals[]

  • Valerian Sokolov (URS) def. Eiji Morioka (JPN), 5:0
  • Eridadi Mukwanga (UGA) def. Chang Kyou-Chul (KOR), 4:1


Final[]

  • Valerian Sokolov (URS) def. Eridadi Mukwanga (UGA), TKO-2

Featherweight (– 57 kg)[]

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY
Gold Antonio Roldán File:Flag of Mexico.svg MEX
Silver Alberto Robinson USA
Bronze Philip Waruinge File:Flag of Kenya.svg KEN
Bronze Ivan Mihailov File:Flag of Bulgaria (1967-1971).svg BUL

Quarterfinals[]

  • Philip Waruinge (KEN) def. Miguel García (ARG), 4:1
  • Antonio Roldán (MEX) def. Valeri Plotnikov (URS), 4:1
  • Alberto Robinson (USA) def. Abdelhadi Khallafallah (EGY), 5:0
  • Ivan Mihailov (BUL) def. Seyfi Tatar (TUR), 5:0


Semifinals[]

  • Antonio Roldán (MEX) def. Philip Waruinge (KEN), 3:2
  • Alberto Robinson (USA) def. Ivan Mihailov (BUL), 4:1


Final[]

  • Antonio Roldán (MEX) def. Alberto Robinson (USA), DSQ-2

Lightweight (– 60 kg)[]

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY
Gold Ronnie Harris USA
Silver Józef Grudzień File:Flag of Poland.svg POL
Bronze Zvonimir Vujin File:Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.svg YUG
Bronze Calistrat Cuţov File:Flag of Romania (1965-1989).svg ROU

Quarterfinals[]

  • Calistrat Cuţov (ROU) def. Stoyan Pilichev (BUL), 4:1
  • Ronnie Harris (USA) def. Mohamed Muruli (UGA), 5:0
  • Zvonimir Vujin (YUG) def. Luis Minami (PER), 5:0
  • Józef Grudzień (POL) def. Enzo Petriglia (ITA), 5:0

Semifinals[]

  • Ronnie Harris (USA) def. Calistrat Cuţov (ROU), 5:0
  • Józef Grudzień (POL) def. Zvonimir Vujin (YUG), 5:0


Final[]

  • Ronnie Harris (USA) def. Józef Grudzień (POL), 5:0

Light Welterweight (– 63.5 kg)[]

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY
Gold Jerzy Kulej File:Flag of Poland.svg POL
Silver Enrique Regüeiferos File:Flag of Cuba.svg CUB
Bronze Arto Nilsson File:Flag of Finland.svg FIN
Bronze James Wallington USA

Quartersfinals[]

  • Jerzy Kulej (POL) def. Peter Tiepold (GDR), 3:2
  • Arto Nilsson (FIN) def. Petar Stoychev (BUL), TKO-2
  • James Wallington (USA) def. Kim Sa-Young (KOR), 5:0
  • Enrique Regüeiferos (CUB) def. Yevgeni Frolov (URS), 3:2

Semifinals[]

  • Jerzy Kulej (POL) def. Arto Nilsson (FIN), 5:0
  • Enrique Regüeiferos (CUB) def. James Wallington (USA), 4:1

Final[]

  • Jerzy Kulej (POL) def. Enrique Regüeiferos (CUB), 3:2

Welterweight (– 67 kg)[]

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY
Gold Manfred Wolke File:Flag of German Olympic Team 1960-1968.svg GDR
Silver Joseph Bessala File:Flag of Cameroon (1961).svg CMR
Bronze Mario Guilloti File:Flag of Argentina.svg ARG
Bronze Vladimir Musalimov File:Flag of the Soviet Union 1955.svg URS

Quarterfinals[]

  • Manfred Wolke (GDR) def. Celal Sandal (TUR), 4:1
  • Vladimir Musalimov (URS) def. Alfonso Ramírez (MEX), 5:0
  • Mario Guilloti (ARG) def. Armando Muniz (USA), 4:1
  • Joseph Bessala (CMR) def. Victor Zilberman (ROU), TKO-3


Semifinals[]

  • Manfred Wolke (GDR) def. Vladimir Musalimov (URS), 3:2
  • Joseph Bessala (CMR) def. Mario Guilloti (ARG), 5:0


Final[]

  • Manfred Wolke (GDR) def. Joseph Bessala (CMR), 4:1

Light Middleweight (– 71 kg)[]

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY
Gold Boris Lagutin File:Flag of the Soviet Union 1955.svg URS
Silver Rolando Garbey File:Flag of Cuba.svg CUB
Bronze John Lee Baldwin USA
Bronze Günther Meier File:Flag of German Olympic Team 1960-1968.svg FRG

Quarterfinals[]

  • John Lee Baldwin (USA) def. Eustacio Benítez (URU), 5:0
  • Rolando Garbey (CUB) def. Eric Blake (GBR), KO-1
  • Boris Lagutin (URS) def. Janos Covaci (ROU), TKO-3
  • Günther Meier (FRG) def. David Jackson (UGA), 5:0


Semifinals[]

  • Rolando Garbey (CUB) def. John Lee Baldwin (USA), 4:1
  • Boris Lagutin (URS) def. Günther Meier (FRG), 4:1


Final[]

  • Boris Lagutin (URS) def. Rolando Garbey (CUB), 5:0

Middleweight (– 75 kg)[]

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY
Gold Chris Finnegan File:Flag of the United Kingdom.svg GBR
Silver Aleksei Kiselyov File:Flag of the Soviet Union 1955.svg URS
Bronze Agustín Zaragoza File:Flag of Mexico.svg MEX
Bronze Al Jones USA

First Round[]

  • Raúl Marrero (CUB) def. Saulo Hernández (PUR), DSQ-2
  • Chris Finnegan (GBR) def. Titus Simba (TNZ), 5:0
  • Simon Georgiev (BUL) def. Mario Casati (ITA), 4:1
  • Al Jones (USA) def. Marcelo Quinones (PER), 5:0
  • Mate Parlov (YUG) def. Lahcen Ahidous (MAR), 5:0
  • Aleksei Kiselyov (URS) def. Antoine Abaing (CMR), 5:0
  • Jan van Ispelen (HOL) def. Miguel Villugron (CHL), TKO-2


Second Round[]

  • Agustín Zaragoza (MEX) def. Dinsdale Wright (JAM), 5:0
  • Jan Hejduk (CZE) def. Norberto Freitas (URU), TKO-1
  • Wiesław Rudkowski (POL) def. Charles Amos (GUY), KO-2
  • Aleksei Kiselyov (URS) def. Matthias Ouma (UGA), 4:1
  • Chris Finnegan (GBR) def. Ewald Wichert (FRG), 3:2
  • Mate Parlov (YUG) def. Jan van Ispelen (HOL), 4:1
  • Al Jones (USA) def. Raúl Marrero (CUB), 5:0


Quarterfinals[]

  • Agustín Zaragoza (MEX) def. Jan Hejduk (CZE), 4:1
  • Aleksei Kiselyov (URS) def. Wiesław Rudkowski (POL), 5:0
  • Chris Finnegan (GBR) def. Mate Parlov (YUG), 5:0
  • Al Jones (USA) def. Simon Georgiev (BUL), 4:1


Semifinals[]

  • Aleksei Kiselyov (URS) def. Agustín Zaragoza (MEX), TKO-1
  • Chris Finnegan (GBR) def. Al Jones (USA), 4:1


Final[]

  • Chris Finnegan (GBR) def. Aleksei Kiselyov (URS), 3:2

Light Heavyweight (– 81 kg)[]

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY
Gold Daniel Poznyak File:Flag of the Soviet Union 1955.svg URS
Silver Ion Monea File:Flag of Romania (1965-1989).svg ROU
Bronze Georgi Stankov File:Flag of Bulgaria (1967-1971).svg BUL
Bronze Stanislaw Dragan File:Flag of Poland.svg POL

Quarterfinals[]

  • Georgi Stankov (BUL) def. Bernard Malhebre (FRA), 5:0
  • Daniel Poznyak (URS) def. Jürgen Schlegel (GDR), 5:0
  • Ion Monea (ROU) def. Fatai Ayinla (NGA), 3:2
  • Stanislaw Dragan (POL) def. Walter Facchinetti (ITA), 4:1


Semifinals[]

  • Daniel Poznyak (URS) def. Georgi Stankov (BUL), 5:0
  • Ion Monea (ROU) def. Stanislaw Dragan (POL), 4:1


Final[]

  • Daniel Poznyak (URS) def. Ion Monea (ROU), walk-over

Heavyweight (+ 81 kg)[]

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY
Gold George Foreman USA
Silver Ionas Chepulis File:Flag of the Soviet Union 1955.svg URS
Bronze Giorgio Bambini File:Flag of Italy.svg ITA
Bronze Joaquín Rocha File:Flag of Mexico.svg MEX

First Round[]

  • Ion Alexe (ROU) def. John Coker (SLE), 5:0
  • Kiril Pandov (BUL) def. Milos Petar (YUG), 3:2
  • Giorgio Bambini (ITA) def. Dieter Renz (FRG), 5:0
  • Rudie Lubbers (HOL) def. Talaat el-Dahsaan (EGY), DSQ-2
  • Joaquín Rocha (MEX) def. Adonis Ray (GHA), 4:1
  • Bernd Anders (GDR) def. Nancio Carrillo (CUB), TKO-1
  • Ionas Chepulis (URS) def. William Wells (GBR), TKO-3

Quarterfinals[]

  • Giorgio Bambini (ITA) def. Kiril Pandov (BUL), 5:0
  • Joaquín Rocha (MEX) def. Rudie Lubbers (HOL), 3:2
  • Ionas Chepulis (URS) def. Bernd Anders (GDR), KO-3
  • Efren Ortega III (USA) Draw. Matthew Alvarado (MEX), Draw

Semifinals[]

  • Ionas Chepulis (URS) def. Joaquín Rocha (MEX), TKO-2


Final[]

Medal table[]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Soviet Union Soviet Union (URS) 3 2 1 6
2  United States (USA) 2 1 4 7
3 Mexico Mexico (MEX) 2 0 2 4
4 Poland Poland (POL) 1 2 2 5
5 East Germany East Germany (GDR) 1 0 0 1
Great Britain Great Britain (GBR) 1 0 0 1
Venezuela Venezuela (VEN) 1 0 0 1
8 Cuba Cuba (CUB) 0 2 0 2
9 South Korea South Korea (KOR) 0 1 1 2
Romania Romania (ROU) 0 1 1 2
Uganda Uganda (UGA) 0 1 1 2
12 Cameroon Cameroon (CMR) 0 1 0 1
13 Bulgaria Bulgaria (BUL) 0 0 2 2
14 Argentina Argentina (ARG) 0 0 1 1
Brazil Brazil (BRA) 0 0 1 1
Finland Finland (FIN) 0 0 1 1
Italy Italy (ITA) 0 0 1 1
Japan Japan (JPN) 0 0 1 1
Kenya Kenya (KEN) 0 0 1 1
West Germany West Germany (FRG) 0 0 1 1
Yugoslavia Yugoslavia (YUG) 0 0 1 1

References[]


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