1989 European Amateur Boxing Championships

The Men's 1989 European Amateur Boxing Championships were held in Athens, Greece from May 29 to June 3, with the participation of 160 fighters from 26 countries. The 28th edition of the bi-annual competition was organised by the European governing body for amateur boxing, EABA.

Medal winnersEdit

EVENT   GOLD   SILVER   BRONZE
Light Flyweight
(– 48 kilograms)
  Ivailo Marinov
Bulgaria
  Róbert Isaszegi
Hungary
  Nshan Munchyan
Soviet Union

  Jan Quast
East Germany

Flyweight
(– 51 kilograms)
  Yuri Arbachakov
Soviet Union
  János Váradi
Hungary
  Krasimir Czolakov
Bulgaria

  Krzysztof Wróblewski
Poland

Bantamweight
(– 54 kilograms)
  Serafim Todorov
Bulgaria
  Timofey Skryabin
Soviet Union
  Dieter Berg
East Germany

  Robert Ciba
Poland

Featherweight
(– 57 kilograms)
  Kirkor Kirkorov
Bulgaria
  Marco Rudolph
East Germany
  Rafał Rudzki
Poland

  Sandro Casamonica
Italy

Lightweight
(– 60 kilograms)
  Konstantin Tszyu
Soviet Union
  Daniel Dumitrescu
Romania
  Giorgio Campanella
Italy

  David Anderson
Scotland

Light Welterweight
(– 63.5 kilograms)
  Igor Ruzhnikov
Soviet Union
  Dariusz Czernij
Poland
  Khristo Furnigov
Bulgaria

  Andreas Otto
East Germany

Welterweight
(– 67 kilograms)
  Siegfried Mehnert
East Germany
  Borislav Abadzhiev
Bulgaria
  Mujo Bajrović
Yugoslavia

  Lorant Szabo
Hungary

Light Middleweight
(– 71 kilograms)
  Israel Akopkochyan
Soviet Union
  Rudel Obreja
Romania
  Enrico Richter
East Germany

  Rosen Ibichev
Bulgaria

Middleweight
(– 75 kilograms)
  Henry Maske
East Germany
  Michael Franek
Czechoslovakia
  Daniel Krumov
Bulgaria

  Andrey Kurnyavka
Soviet Union

Light Heavyweight
(– 81 kilograms)
  Sven Lange
East Germany
  Lajos Eros
Hungary
  Kai Helenius
Finland

  Sergei Kobozev
Soviet Union

Heavyweight
(– 91 kilograms)
  Arnold Vanderlyde
Netherlands
  Axel Schulz
East Germany
  Andrzej Gołota
Poland

  Bert Teuchert
West Germany

Super Heavyweight
(+ 91 kilograms)
  Ulli Kaden
East Germany
  Giorgios Tsahakis
Greece
  Svilen Rusinov
Bulgaria

  Aleksandr Miroshnichenko
Soviet Union

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  East Germany (GDR)42410
2  Soviet Union (URS)4149
3  Bulgaria (BUL)3159
4  Netherlands (NED)1001
5  Hungary (HUN)0314
6  Romania (ROU)0202
7  Poland (POL)0145
8  Czechoslovakia (TCH)0101
  Greece (GRE)0101
10  Italy (ITA)0022
11  Finland (FIN)0011
  Scotland (SCO)0011
  West Germany (FRG)0011
  Yugoslavia (YUG)0011
Totals (14 nations)12122448


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