Boxing at the 1936 Summer Olympics – Welterweight

The men's welterweight event was part of the boxing programme at the 1936 Summer Olympics. The weight class was the fourth-heaviest contested, and allowed boxers of up to 147 pounds (66.7 kilograms). The competition was held from Monday, August 10, 1936 to Saturday, August 15, 1936. Twenty-four boxers from 24 nations competed.[1]


Gold Silver Bronze
Sten Suvio
Michael Murach
Gerhard Pedersen


Round of 32
August 10
Round of 16
August 11
August 13
August 14
August 15
  Michael Murach (GER) PTS
  Walter Pack (GBR) L
  Michael Murach (GER) PTS
  Hens Dekkers (NED) L
  Hens Dekkers (NED) PTS
  Gaspard Deridder (BEL) L
  Michael Murach (GER) PTS
  Roger Tritz (FRA) L
  Simplicio de Castro (PHI) PTS
  Mathias Sancassiani (LUX) L
  Simplicio de Castro (PHI) L
  Roger Tritz (FRA) PTS
  Walter Grieb (SUI) L
  Roger Tritz (FRA) W   Roger Tritz (FRA) PTS
  Francisco Costanzo (URU) DIS2   Michael Murach (GER) L
  Chester Rutecki (USA) PTS   Sten Suvio (FIN) PTS
  Maurice Camyré (CAN) L   Chester Rutecki (USA) L
  Imre Mándi (HUN) PTS   Imre Mándi (HUN) PTS
  Umberto Pittori (ITA) L   Imre Mándi (HUN) L
  Sten Suvio (FIN) PTS   Sten Suvio (FIN) PTS
  Keikan Ri (JPN) L   Sten Suvio (FIN) PTS
  Leonard Cook (AUS) PTS   Leonard Cook (AUS) L
  Józef Pisarski (POL) L   Sten Suvio (FIN) PTS
  Gerhard Pedersen (DEN) L
  Thomas Arbuthnott (NZL) L Bronze medal bout
  Raúl Rodríguez (ARG) PTS   Raúl Rodríguez (ARG) PTS
  Stanislav Rajdl (TCH) L   Raúl Rodríguez (ARG) L   Gerhard Pedersen (DEN) PTS
  Rudolf Andreassen (NOR) PTS   Gerhard Pedersen (DEN) PTS   Roger Tritz (FRA) L
  Emilio Ballado (MEX) L   Rudolf Andreassen (NOR) L
  Gerhard Pedersen (DEN) PTS   Gerhard Pedersen (DEN) PTS
  Enrique Giaverini (CHI) L


  1. ^ "Boxing at the 1936 Berlin Summer Games: Men's Welterweight". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 18 April 2020. Retrieved 9 November 2018.

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