Boxing at the 1964 Summer Olympics

The boxing competition at the 1964 Summer Olympics was held from 11 to 23 October. The competition was for men only and there were ten weight classes.[1]

Medal summaryEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Flyweight (<51 kg) Fernando Atzori
  Italy
Artur Olech
  Poland
Robert John Carmody
  United States
Stanislav Sorokin
  Soviet Union
Bantamweight (<54 kg) Takao Sakurai
  Japan
Chung Shin-Cho
  South Korea
Juan Fabila Mendoza
  Mexico
Washington Rodríguez
  Uruguay
Featherweight (<57 kg) Stanislav Stepashkin
  Soviet Union
Anthony Villanueva
  Philippines
Heinz Schulz
  United Team of Germany
Charles Brown
  United States
Lightweight (<60 kg) Józef Grudzień
  Poland
Velikton Barannikov
  Soviet Union
Jim McCourt
  Ireland
Ronald Allen Harris
  United States
Light welterweight (<63.5 kg) Jerzy Kulej
  Poland
Yevgeny Frolov
  Soviet Union
Habib Galhia
  Tunisia
Eddie Blay
  Ghana
Welterweight (<67 kg) Marian Kasprzyk
  Poland
Ričardas Tamulis
  Soviet Union
Pertti Purhonen
  Finland
Silvano Bertini
  Italy
Light middleweight (<71 kg) Boris Lagutin
  Soviet Union
Joseph Gonzales
  France
Nojim Maiyegun
  Nigeria
Józef Grzesiak
  Poland
Middleweight (<75 kg) Valeri Popenchenko
  Soviet Union
Emil Schulz
  United Team of Germany
Franco Valle
  Italy
Tadeusz Walasek
  Poland
Light heavyweight (<81 kg) Cosimo Pinto
  Italy
Aleksei Kiselyov
  Soviet Union
Alexander Nikolov
  Bulgaria
Zbigniew Pietrzykowski
  Poland
Heavyweight (>81 kg) Joe Frazier
  United States
Hans Huber
  United Team of Germany
Giuseppe Ros
  Italy
Vadim Yemelyanov
  Soviet Union

Medal tableEdit

 
Boxing at the 1964 Summer Olympics on a stamp of Japan
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Soviet Union3429
2  Poland3137
3  Italy2035
4  United States1034
5  Japan1001
6  United Team of Germany0213
7  France0101
  Philippines0101
  South Korea0101
10  Bulgaria0011
  Finland0011
  Ghana0011
  Ireland0011
  Mexico0011
  Nigeria0011
  Tunisia0011
  Uruguay0011
Totals (17 nations)10102040

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Boxing at the 1964 Tokyo Summer Games". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 17 April 2020. Retrieved 2 December 2018.

External linksEdit

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