1942 European Amateur Boxing Championships

The 1942 European Amateur Boxing Championships were held in Breslau, Germany from 20 to 25 January. There were 97 fighters from 11 countries participating: Germany, Hungary, and Italy (16 boxers in each squad), and Croatia, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland.[1] After World War II, the results were annulled by AIBA.[2]

Commemorative coin of this event.

Medal winnersEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Flyweight
(– 50.8 kilograms)
  Constante Paesani
Italy
  Amleto Falcinelli
Italy
  Mariano Diaz Mendez
Spain
Bantamweight
(– 53.5 kilograms)
  Arturo Paoletti
Italy
  Ian Friedman
Spain
  Stig Kreuger
Sweden
Featherweight
(– 57.1 kilograms)
  Dezső Frigyes
Hungary
  Artur Buettner
Germany
  Ermano Bonetti
Italy
Lightweight
(– 61.2 kilograms)
  Duilio Bianchini
Italy
  Florindo Tiberi
Italy
  Heinz Gorczyca
Germany
Welterweight
(– 66.7 kilograms)
  Ferdinand Raeschke
Germany
  Lajos Szentgyorgy
Hungary
  Börje Wretman
Sweden
Middleweight
(– 72.6 kilograms)
  Karl Gustaf Noren
Sweden
  Adolf Baumgarten
Germany
  Carl Schmidt
Germany
Light Heavyweight
(– 79.4 kilograms)
  Svend Aage Christensen
Denmark
  Otto Proffitlich
Germany
  Rudolf Pepper
Germany
Heavyweight
(+ 79.4 kilograms)
  Hein ten Hoff
Germany
  Richard Grupe
Germany
  Gino Latini
Italy

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Italy (ITA)3227
2  Germany (GER)2439
3  Hungary (HUN)1102
4  Sweden (SWE)1023
5  Denmark (DEN)1001
6  Spain (ESP)0112
Totals (6 nations)88824


ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Unofficial European Championships - Breslau, Germany - January 20-25, 1942
  2. ^ "Die Geschichte des SHABV" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2011-07-18. Retrieved 2010-11-27.

External linksEdit