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Boxing
Boxing
at the 1980 Summer Olympics
1980 Summer Olympics
took place in the Indoor Stadium of the Olympiski Sports Complex in Moscow. The boxing schedule began on 20 July and ended on 2 August. Eleven boxing events (all men's individual) were contested.

Event Gold Silver Bronze

Light flyweight details Shamil Sabirov  Soviet Union Hipólito Ramos  Cuba Ismail Mustafov  Bulgaria Lee Byong-Uk  North Korea

Flyweight details Petar Lesov  Bulgaria Viktor Miroshnichenko  Soviet Union Hugh Russell  Ireland János Váradi  Hungary

Bantamweight details Juan Bautista Hernández Pérez  Cuba Bernardo Pinango  Venezuela Michael Anthony  Guyana Dumitru Cipere  Romania

Featherweight details Rudi Fink  East Germany Adolfo Horta  Cuba Krzysztof Kosedowski  Poland Viktor Rybakov  Soviet Union

Lightweight details Ángel Herrera  Cuba Viktor Demyanenko  Soviet Union Kazimierz Adach  Poland Richard Nowakowski  East Germany

Light welterweight details Patrizio Oliva  Italy Serik Konakbayev  Soviet Union José Aguilar  Cuba Tony Willis  Great Britain

Welterweight details Andrés Aldama  Cuba John Mugabi  Uganda Karl-Heinz Krüger  East Germany Kazimierz Szczerba  Poland

Light middleweight details Armando Martínez  Cuba Aleksandr Koshkyn  Soviet Union Ján Franek  Czechoslovakia Detlef Kästner  East Germany

Middleweight details José Gómez  Cuba Viktor Savchenko  Soviet Union Jerzy Rybicki  Poland Valentin Silaghi  Romania

Light heavyweight details Slobodan Kačar  Yugoslavia Paweł Skrzecz  Poland Herbert Bauch  East Germany Ricardo Rojas  Cuba

Heavyweight details Teófilo Stevenson  Cuba Pyotr Zayev  Soviet Union Jürgen Fanghänel  East Germany István Lévai  Hungary

Contents

1 Events

1.1 Light Flyweight (– 48 kg)

1.1.1 First Round (1/16 Final) – July 21, 1980 1.1.2 Second Round (1/8 Final) – July 25, 1980 1.1.3 Third Round (1/4 Final) – July 29, 1980 1.1.4 Fourth Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980 1.1.5 Fifth Round (1/1 Final) – August 2, 1980

1.2 Flyweight (– 51 kg)

1.2.1 First Round (1/16 Final) – July 22, 1980 1.2.2 Second Round (1/8 Final) – July 26, 1980 1.2.3 Third Round (1/4 Final) – July 29, 1980 1.2.4 Fourth Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980 1.2.5 Fifth Round (1/1 Final) – August 2, 1980

1.3 Bantamweight (– 54 kg)

1.3.1 First Round (1/32 Final) – July 20, 1980 1.3.2 Second Round (1/16 Final) – July 23, 1980 1.3.3 Third Round (1/8 Final) – July 27, 1980 1.3.4 Fourth Round (1/4 Final) – July 30, 1980 1.3.5 Fifth Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980 1.3.6 Sixth Round (1/1 Final) – August 2, 1980

1.4 Featherweight (– 57 kg)

1.4.1 First Round (1/32 Final) – July 20, 1980 1.4.2 Second Round (1/16 Final) – July 24, 1980 1.4.3 Third Round (1/8 Final) – July 28, 1980 1.4.4 Fourth Round (1/4 Final) – July 30, 1980 1.4.5 Fifth Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980 1.4.6 Sixth Round (1/32 Final) – August 2, 1980

1.5 Lightweight (– 60 kg)

1.5.1 First Round (1/16 Final) – July 20, 1980 1.5.2 Second Round (1/8 Final) – July 25, 1980 1.5.3 Third Round (1/4 Final) – July 29, 1980 1.5.4 Fourth Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980 1.5.5 Fifth Round (1/1 Final) – August 2, 1980

1.6 Light Welterweight (– 63.5 kg)

1.6.1 First Round (1/16 Final) – July 21, 1980 1.6.2 Second Round (1/8 Final) – July 26, 1980 1.6.3 Third Round (1/4 Final) – July 29, 1980 1.6.4 Fourth Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980 1.6.5 Fifth Round (1/1 Final) – August 2, 1980

1.7 Welterweight (– 67 kg)

1.7.1 First Round (1/16 Final) – July 22, 1980 1.7.2 Second Round (1/8 Final) – July 27, 1980 1.7.3 Third Round (1/4 Final) – July 30, 1980 1.7.4 Fourth Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980 1.7.5 Fifth Round (1/16 Final) – August 2, 1980

1.8 Light Middleweight (– 71 kg)

1.8.1 First Round (1/16 Final) – July 23, 1980 1.8.2 Second Round (1/8 Final) – July 28, 1980 1.8.3 Third Round (1/4 Final) – July 30, 1980 1.8.4 Fourth Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980 1.8.5 Fifth Round (1/1 Final) – August 2, 1980

1.9 Middleweight (– 75 kg)

1.9.1 First Round (1/16 Final) – July 24, 1980 1.9.2 Second Round (1/8 Final) – July 27, 1980 1.9.3 Third Round (1/4 Final) – July 30, 1980 1.9.4 Fourth Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980 1.9.5 Fifth Round (1/1 Final) – August 2, 1980

1.10 Light Heavyweight
Heavyweight
(– 81 kg)

1.10.1 First Round (1/8 Final) – July 26, 1980 1.10.2 Second Round (1/4 Final) – July 29, 1980 1.10.3 Third Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980 1.10.4 Fourth Round (1/1 Final) – August 2, 1980

1.11 Heavyweight
Heavyweight
(+ 81 kg)

1.11.1 First Round (1/8 Final) – July 25, 1980 1.11.2 Second Round (1/4 Final) – July 29, 1980 1.11.3 Third Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980 1.11.4 Fourth Round (1/1 Final) – August 2, 1980

2 Medal table 3 References

Events[edit] Light Flyweight (– 48 kg)[edit]

22 competitors from 22 countries

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY

Shamil Sabirov  Soviet Union

Hipolito Ramos  Cuba

Li Byong-Uk  North Korea

Ismail Mustafov  Bulgaria

First Round (1/16 Final) – July 21, 1980[edit]

Dietmar Geilich
Dietmar Geilich
(GDR) def. Thapa Birender Singh (IND) on points (3-2) Pedro Manuel Nieves (VEN) def. Singkham Phongprathith (LAO) after referee stopped contest in first round Antti Juntumaa (FIN) def. Beruk Asfaw (ETH) on knock-out in first round Dumitru Şchiopu (ROU) def. Adel Hammoude (SYR) on knock-out in second round Li Byong-Uk (PRK) def. Henryk Pielesiak (POL) on points (3-2) Gilberto Sosa (MEX) def. Vandui Bayasgalan (MGL) on points (4-1)

Second Round (1/8 Final) – July 25, 1980[edit]

Hipolito Ramos (CUB) def. Farid Salman Mahdi (IRQ) on points (5-0) György Gedó
György Gedó
(HUN) def. Charles Lubulwa (UGA) after referee stopped contest in first round Ismail Mustafov (BUL) def. Gerard Hawkins (GBR) on points (5-0) Ahmed Siad (ALG) def. Lincoln Salcedo (ECU) on points (5-0) Shamil Sabirov
Shamil Sabirov
(URS) def. João Manuel Miguel (POR) on points (5-0) Dietmar Geilich
Dietmar Geilich
(GDR) def. Pedro Manuel Nieves (VEN) on points (5-0) Dumitru Şchiopu (ROU) def. Antti Juntumaa (FIN) on points (4-1) Li Byong-Uk (PRK) def. Gilberto Sosa (MEX) on points (3-2)

Third Round (1/4 Final) – July 29, 1980[edit]

Hipolito Ramos (CUB) def. György Gedó
György Gedó
(HUN) on points (5-0) Ismail Mustafov (BUL) def. Ahmed Siad (ALG) on points (5-0) Shamil Sabirov
Shamil Sabirov
(URS) def. Dietmar Geilich
Dietmar Geilich
(GDR) on points (4-1) Li Byong-Uk (PRK) def. Dumitru Şchiopu (ROU) on points (4-1)

Fourth Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980[edit]

Hipolito Ramos (CUB) def. Ismail Mustafov (BUL) on points (4-1) Shamil Sabirov
Shamil Sabirov
(URS) def. Li Byong-Uk (PRK) on points (5-0)

Fifth Round (1/1 Final) – August 2, 1980[edit]

Shamil Sabirov
Shamil Sabirov
(URS) def. Hipolito Ramos (CUB) on points (3-2)

Flyweight (– 51 kg)[edit]

22 competitors from 22 countries

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY

Petar Lesov  Bulgaria

Viktor Miroshnichenko  Soviet Union

Hugh Russell  Ireland

János Váradi  Hungary

First Round (1/16 Final) – July 22, 1980[edit]

Petar Lesov (BUL) def. Onofre Ramirez (NCA) on points (5-0) Aguibou Barry (GUI) def. Hassen Sherif (ETH) after diskwalification in second round Emmanuel Mlundwa (TAN) def. Talal Elchawa (SYR) after referee stopped contest in second round Hugh Russell (IRL) def. Samir Khiniab (IRQ) on points (5-0) Yo Ryon-Sik (PRK) def. Amala Dass (IND) on points (5-0) Ramon Armando Guevara (VEN) def. Nyama Narantuya (MGL) on points (5-0)

Second Round (1/8 Final) – July 26, 1980[edit]

Viktor Miroshnichenko (URS) def. Jorge Hernández (CUB) on points (4-1) Henryk Średnicki
Henryk Średnicki
(POL) def. Webby Mwango (ZAM) on points (5-0) Daniel Radu (ROU) def. Keith Wallace (GBR) on points (4-1) János Váradi (HUN) def. Rabiraj Thapa (NEP) after referee stopped contest in first round Gilberto Roman (MEX) def. Alberto Mercado
Alberto Mercado
(PUR) after referee stopped contest in first round Petar Lesov (BUL) def. Hassen Sherif (ETH) on points (5-0) Hugh Russell (IRL) def. Emmanuel Mlundwa (TAN) on points (5-0) Yo Ryon-Sik (PRK) def. Ramon Armando Guevara (VEN) on points (4-1)

Third Round (1/4 Final) – July 29, 1980[edit]

Viktor Miroshnichenko (URS) def. Henryk Średnicki
Henryk Średnicki
(POL) on points (5-0) János Váradi (HUN) def. Daniel Radu (ROU) on points (4-1) Petar Lesov (BUL) def. Gilberto Roman (MEX) on points (4-1) Hugh Russell (IRL) def. Yo Ryon-Sik (PRK) on points (3-2)

Fourth Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980[edit]

Viktor Miroshnichenko (URS) def. János Váradi (HUN) on points (4-1) Petar Lesov (BUL) def. Hugh Russell (IRL) on points (5-0)

Fifth Round (1/1 Final) – August 2, 1980[edit]

Petar Lesov (BUL) def. Viktor Miroshnichenko (URS) after referee stopped contest in second round

Bantamweight (– 54 kg)[edit]

34 competitors from 34 countries

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY

Juan Hernández  Cuba

Bernardo Piñango  Venezuela

Michael Anthony  Guyana

Dumitru Cipere  Romania

First Round (1/32 Final) – July 20, 1980[edit]

Lucky Mutale (ZAM) def. Moussa Sangare (MLI) on points (5-0) Dumitru Cipere (ROU) def. Mario Behrendt (GDR) on points (5-0)

Second Round (1/16 Final) – July 23, 1980[edit]

Juan Hernández (CUB) def. Sandor Farkas (HUN) on points (4-1) Ayele Mohammed (ETH) def. Ahmad Nesar (AFG) on points (5-0) Geraldi Issaick (TAN) def. Jorge Monar (ECU) on points (3-2) Ganapathy Manoharan (IND) def. Samba Jacob Diallo (GUI) on points (4-1) Ray Gilbody (GBR) def. João Luis de Almeida (ANG) on points (5-0) Daniel Zaragoza
Daniel Zaragoza
(MEX) def. Philip Sutcliffe (IRL) on points (5-0) Fayez Zaghloui (SYR) def. Souneat Ouphaphone (LAO) on points (5-0) Michael Anthony (GUY) def. Nureni Gbadamosi (NGR) on points (5-0) Veli Koota (FIN) def. Fazlija Sacirovic (YUG) after referee stopped contest in second round Bernardo Piñango (VEN) def. Ernesto Alguera (NCA) on points (4-1) Ali Ben Moghenia (FRA) def. Pushkardhoj Shahi (NEP) after walk-over John Siryakibbe (UGA) def. Aleksandr Radev (BUL) after referee stopped contest in first round Samson Khachatrian (URS) def. Andres Tena (DOM) on points (5-0) Joseph Ahanda (CMR) def. Tseden Narmandakh (MGL) after referee stopped contest in third round Ryszard Czerwinski (POL) def. Firmin Abissi (BEN) after knock-out in first round Dumitru Cipere (ROU) def. Lucky Mutale (ZAM) on points (5-0)

Third Round (1/8 Final) – July 27, 1980[edit]

Juan Hernández (CUB) def. Ayele Mohammed (ETH) after referee stopped contest in second round Geraldi Issaick (TAN) def. Ganapathy Manoharan (IND) after referee stopped contest in second round Daniel Zaragoza
Daniel Zaragoza
(MEX) def. Ray Gilbody (GBR) on points (4-1) Michael Anthony (GUY) def. Fayez Zaghloui (SYR) on points (3-2) Bernardo Piñango (VEN) def. Veli Koota (FIN) after disqualification in second round John Siryakibbe (UGA) def. Ali Ben Moghenia (FRA) on points (5-0) Samson Khachatrian (URS) def. Joseph Ahanda (CMR) on points (5-0) Dumitru Cipere (ROU) def. Ryszard Czerwinski (POL) on points (5-0)

Fourth Round (1/4 Final) – July 30, 1980[edit]

Juan Hernández (CUB) def. Geraldi Issaick (TAN) after referee stopped contest in first round Michael Anthony (GUY) def. Daniel Zaragoza
Daniel Zaragoza
(MEX) RSC 2nd round Bernardo Piñango (VEN) def. John Siryakibbe (UGA) after knock-out in second round Dumitru Cipere (ROU) def. Samson Khachatrian (URS) on points (4-1)

Fifth Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980[edit]

Juan Hernandez (CUB) def. Michael Anthony (GUY) on points (5-0) Bernardo Piñango (VEN) def. Dumitru Cipere (ROU) on points (3-2)

Sixth Round (1/1 Final) – August 2, 1980[edit]

Juan Hernández (CUB) def. Bernardo Piñango (VEN) on points (5-0)

Featherweight (– 57 kg)[edit]

35 competitors from 35 countries

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY

Rudi Fink  East Germany

Adolfo Horta  Cuba

Viktor Rybakov  Soviet Union

Krzysztof Kosedowski  Poland

First Round (1/32 Final) – July 20, 1980[edit]

Rudi Fink (GDR) def. Hannu Kaislama (FIN) on points (5-0) Carlos González (MEX) def. Nidal Haddad (SYR) on points (5-0) Ravsal Otgonbayar (MGL) def. Abdulzhava Jawad Ali (IRQ) on points (4-1)

Second Round (1/16 Final) – July 24, 1980[edit]

Adolfo Horta (CUB) def. Odd Bengtsson (SWE) on points (5-0) Titi Cercel (ROU) def. Robert Gönczi (HUN) on points (5-0) Fitzroy Brown (GUY) def. Abilio Almeida Cabral (ANG) on points (5-0) Luis Pizarro (PUR) def. Jean-Pierre Mberebe (CMR) after referee stopped contest in third round Sidnei dal Rovere (BRA) def. Narendra Poma (NEP) after referee stopped contest in first round Leoul Nearaio (ETH) def. Ramy Zialor (SEY) on points (3-2) Krysztof Kosedowski
Krysztof Kosedowski
(POL) def. Gu Young-Jo (PRK) on points (5-0) Dejan Marovic (YUG) def. Miroslav Sandor (TCH) on points (5-0) Peter Hanlon (GBR) def. Antonio Esparragoza (VEN) on points (4-1) Viktor Rybakov (URS) def. Daniel Londas (FRA) on points (5-0) Barthelémy Adoukonu (BEN) def. Anicet Sambo (MAD) after disqualification in second round Tzacho Andreikowski (BUL) def. William Azanor (NGR) after knock-out in first round Winfred Kabunda (ZAM) def. Takto Youtiya Homrasmy (LAO) after referee stopped contest in first round Barry McGuigan (IRL) def. Issack Mabushi (TAN) after referee stopped contest in third round Rudi Fink (GDR) def. Esmail Mohammad (AFG) after knock-out in first round Carlos González (MEX) def. Ravsal Otgonbayar (MGL) on points (3-2)

Third Round (1/8 Final) – July 28, 1980[edit]

Adolfo Horta (CUB) def. Titi Cercel (ROU) on points (5-0) Luis Pizarro (PUR) def. Fitzroy Brown (GUY) on points (5-0) Sidnei dal Rovere (BRA) def. Leoul Nearaio (ETH) on points (5-0) Krysztof Kosedowski
Krysztof Kosedowski
(POL) def. Dejan Marovic (YUG) on points (4-1) Viktor Rybakov (URS) def. Peter Hanlon (GBR) on points (5-0) Tzacho Andreikowski (BUL) def. Barthelémy Adoukonu (BEN) after knock-out in second round Winfred Kabunda (ZAM) def. Barry McGuigan (IRL) on points (4-1) Rudi Fink (GDR) def. Carlos González (MEX) after knock-out in second round

Fourth Round (1/4 Final) – July 30, 1980[edit]

Adolfo Horta (CUB) def. Luis Pizarro (PUR) on points (5-0) Krysztof Kosedowski
Krysztof Kosedowski
(POL) def. Sidnei dal Rovere (BRA) on points (5-0) Viktor Rybakov (URS) def. Tzacho Andreikowski (BUL) on points (4-1) Rudi Fink (GDR) def. Winfred Kabunda (ZAM) on points (4-1)

Fifth Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980[edit]

Adolfo Horta (CUB) def. Krysztof Kosedowski
Krysztof Kosedowski
(POL) after walk-over Rudi Fink (GDR) def. Viktor Rybakov (URS) on points (4-1)

Sixth Round (1/32 Final) – August 2, 1980[edit]

Rudi Fink (GDR) def. Adolfo Horta (CUB) on points (4-1)

Lightweight (– 60 kg)[edit]

29 competitors from 29 countries

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY

Ángel Herrera  Cuba

Viktor Demyanenko  Soviet Union

Kazimierz Adach  Poland

Richard Nowakowski  East Germany

First Round (1/16 Final) – July 20, 1980[edit]

Richard Nowakowski
Richard Nowakowski
(GDR) def. Christopher Ossai (NGR) on points (5-0) Tibor Dezamits (HUN) def. Alphonse Matoubela (CGO) on points (5-0) Yordan Lessov (BUL) def. Patrice Martin (BEN) after knock-out in first round Jong Jo-Ung (PRK) def. Rabani Ghulam (AFG) after referee stopped contest in secondround Viktor Demyanenko (URS) def. Mohamed Bangura (SLE) after disqualification in second round Geza Tumbas (YUG) def. Norm Stevens (AUS) on points (4-1) Ángel Herrera (CUB) def. Carlo Russolillo (ITA) on points (5-0) Galsandorj Batbileg (MGL) def. Alberto Mendes Coelho (ANG) on points (5-0) Jesper Garnell (DEN) def. Sylvain Rajefiarison (MAD) on points (5-0) Kazimierz Adach
Kazimierz Adach
(POL) def. Bounphisith Songkhamphou (LAO) after referee stopped contest in second round Omari Golaya (TAN) def. Kalervo Alanenpää (SWE) on points (5-0) Florian Livadaru (ROU) def. Tadesse Haile (ETH) after disqualification in third round Sean Doyle
Sean Doyle
(IRL) def. Nelson Trujillo (VEN) after referee stopped contest in second round

Second Round (1/8 Final) – July 25, 1980[edit]

George Gilbody (GBR) def. Blackson Siukoko (ZAM) on points (4-1) Richard Nowakowski
Richard Nowakowski
(GDR) def. Geofrey Nyeko (UGA) after referee stopped contest in first round Yordan Lessov (BUL) def. Tibor Dezamits (HUN) on points (4-1) Viktor Demyanenko (URS) def. Jong Jo-Ung (PRK) on points (5-0) Ángel Herrera (CUB) def. Geza Tumbas (YUG) on points (5-0) Galsandorj Batbileg (MGL) def. Jesper Garnell (DEN) on points (4-1) Kazimierz Adach
Kazimierz Adach
(POL) def. Omari Golaya (TAN) on points (5-0) Florian Livadaru (ROU) def. Sean Doyle
Sean Doyle
(IRL) after referee stopped contest in first round

Third Round (1/4 Final) – July 29, 1980[edit]

Richard Nowakowski
Richard Nowakowski
(GDR) def. George Gilbody (GBR) on points (5-0) Viktor Demyanenko (URS) def. Yordan Lessov (BUL) on points (5-0) Ángel Herrera (CUB) def. Galsandorj Batbileg (MGL) on points (5-0) Kazimierz Adach
Kazimierz Adach
(POL) def. Florian Livadaru (ROU) after referee stopped contest in third round

Fourth Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980[edit]

Viktor Demyanenko (URS) def. Richard Nowakowski
Richard Nowakowski
(GDR) after referee stopped contest in first round Ángel Herrera (CUB) def. Kazimierz Adach
Kazimierz Adach
(POL) on points (5-0)

Fifth Round (1/1 Final) – August 2, 1980[edit]

Ángel Herrera (CUB) def. Viktor Demyanenko (URS) after referee stopped contest in third round due to injury

Light Welterweight (– 63.5 kg)[edit]

30 competitors from 30 countries

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY

Patrizio Oliva  Italy

Serik Konakbaev  Soviet Union

Anthony Willis  Great Britain

Jose Aguilar  Cuba

First Round (1/16 Final) – July 21, 1980[edit]

Anthony Willis (GBR) def. Jaime Soares França (BRA) on points (5-0) Shadrach Odhiambo (SWE) def. Bogdan Gajda (POL) on points (4-1) Boualem Belaouane (ALG) def. Barrington Cambridge (GUY) on points (5-0) Ace Rusevski (YUG) def. Margarit Anastasov (BUL) on points (4-1) Patrizio Oliva (ITA) def. Aurelien Agnan (BEN) after referee stopped contest in first round Farez Halabi (SYR) def. Kampanath (LAO) on points (3-2) John Mundunga (UGA) def. Nelson José Rodriguez (VEN) on points (4-1) Farouk Jawad (IRQ) def. Peter Aydele (NGR) on points (5-0) José Aguilar (CUB) def. Martin Brerton (IRL) after referee stopped contest in first round Ryu Bun-Hwa (PRK) def. Bishnu Malakar (NEP) after referee stopped contest in first round Dietmar Schwarz (GDR) def. Teddy Makofi (ZAM) on points (5-0) José Angel Molina (PUR) def. Ebrahim Saide (ETH) on points (5-0) Imre Bacskai (HUN) def. Paul Kamela Fogang (CMR) on points (4-1) Serik Konakbayev
Serik Konakbayev
(URS) def. Simion Cuţov
Simion Cuţov
(ROU) on points (5-0)

Second Round (1/8 Final) – July 26, 1980[edit]

William Lyimo (TAN) def. Khast Jamgan (MGL) on points (5-0) Anthony Willis (GBR) def. Shadrach Odhiambo (SWE) on points (5-0) Ace Rusevski (YUG) def. Boualem Belaouane (ALG) on points (5-0) Patrizio Oliva (ITA) def. Farez Halabi (SYR) after referee stopped contest in third round Farouk Jawad (IRQ) def. John Mundunga (UGA) after knock-out in first round José Aguilar (CUB) def. Ryu Bun-Hwa (PRK) on points (4-1) José Angel Molina (PUR) def. Dietmar Schwarz (GDR) after referee stopped contest in third round Serik Konakbayev
Serik Konakbayev
(URS) def. Imre Bacskai (HUN) after retirement in second round

Third Round (1/4 Final) – July 29, 1980[edit]

Anthony Willis (GBR) def. William Lyimo (TAN) after knock-out in third round Patrizio Oliva (ITA) def. Ace Rusevski (YUG) on points (3-2) José Aguilar (CUB) def. Farouk Jawad (IRQ) after referee stopped contest in third round Serik Konakbaev
Serik Konakbaev
(URS) def. José Angel Molina (PUR) after walk-over

Fourth Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980[edit]

Patrizio Oliva (ITA) def. Anthony Willis (GBR) on points (5-0) Serik Konakbayev
Serik Konakbayev
(URS) def. José Aguilar (CUB) on points (4-1)

Fifth Round (1/1 Final) – August 2, 1980[edit]

Patrizio Oliva (ITA) def. Serik Konakbayev
Serik Konakbayev
(URS) on points (4-1)

Welterweight (– 67 kg)[edit]

29 competitors from 29 countries

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY

Andrés Aldama  Cuba

John Mugabi  Uganda

Karl-Heinz Krüger  East Germany

Kazimierz Szczerba  Poland

First Round (1/16 Final) – July 22, 1980[edit]

Andrés Aldama (CUB) def. Pierre Sotoumey (BEN) after referee stopped contest in third round Peter Talanti (ZAM) def. Tumur Battur (MGL) on points (5-0) Joseph Frost (GBR) def. Outsana Dao (LAO) after knock-out in first round Lucas Msomba (TAN) def. Elio Diaz (VEN) on points (4-1) Karl-Heinz Krüger
Karl-Heinz Krüger
(GDR) def. Mohammad Ali Eldahhan (SYR) on points (5-0) Kebede Sahilu (ETH) def. Ben Sisay (SLE) after disqualification in first round Kazimierz Szczerba (POL) def. Miroslav Pavlov (TCH) after referee stopped contest in second round Martti Marjamaa (FIN) def. Roland Omoruyi (NGR) on points (5-0) Ionel Budusan (ROU) def. Patrick Davitt (IRL) on points (5-0) Paul Rasamimanana (MAD) def. Imre Csjef (HUN) after knock-out in second round John Mugabi (UGA) def. Georges Koffi (CGO) after knock-out in first round Michael Pillay (SEY) def. Ole Svendsen (DEN) on points (4-1) Mehmet Bogujevci (YUG) def. Mouhamed Moukdad (LIB) on points (5-0)

Second Round (1/8 Final) – July 27, 1980[edit]

Plamen Yankov (BUL) def. Sadie Jabbar Mohammad (IRQ) on points (5-0) Andrés Aldama (CUB) def. Israel Akopkokhyan (RUS) on points (3-2) Joseph Frost (GBR) def. Peter Talanti (ZAM) after knock-out in first round Karl-Heinz Krüger
Karl-Heinz Krüger
(GDR) def. Lucas Msomba (TAN) on points (5-0) Kazimierz Szczerba (POL) def. Kebede Sahilu (ETH) on points (5-0) Ionel Budusan (ROU) def. Martti Marjamaa (FIN) after referee stopped contest in third round John Mugabi (UGA) def. Paul Rasamimanana (MAD) after knock-out in second round Mehmet Bogujevci (YUG) def. Michael Pillay (SEY) after knock-out in first round

Third Round (1/4 Final) – July 30, 1980[edit]

Andrés Aldama (CUB) def. Plamen Yankov (BUL) after knock-out in third round Karl-Heinz Krüger
Karl-Heinz Krüger
(GDR) def. Joseph Frost (GBR) on points (5-0) Kazimierz Szczerba (POL) def. Ionel Budusan (ROU) after referee stopped contest in second round John Mugabi (UGA) def. Mehmet Bogujevci (YUG) after knock-out in first round

Fourth Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980[edit]

Andrés Aldama (CUB) def. Karl-Heinz Krüger
Karl-Heinz Krüger
(GDR) on points (5-0) John Mugabi (UGA) def. Kazimierz Szczerba (POL) on points (3-2)

Fifth Round (1/16 Final) – August 2, 1980[edit]

Andrés Aldama (CUB) def. John Mugabi (UGA) on points (4-1)

Light Middleweight (– 71 kg)[edit]

23 competitors from 23 countries

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY

Armando Martínez  Cuba

Aleksandr Koshkyn  Soviet Union

Jan Franek  Czechoslovakia

Detlef Kästner  East Germany

First Round (1/16 Final) – July 23, 1980[edit]

Jackson Rivera (VEN) def. Roger Houangni (BEN) on points (5-0 Zhelio Stefanov (BUL) def. Mouhamed Halabi (LIB) on points (5-0) Jan Franek (TCH) def. Benedetto Gravina (ITA) after knock-out in second round George Kabuto (UGA) def. Seifu Retta (ETH) on points (5-0) Armando Martínez (CUB) def. Zygmunt Gosiewski (POL) 5-0) Leo Vainonen (SWE) def. Marcel Sirba (ROU) on points (3-2) Francisco de Jesus (BRA) def. Mbemba Camara (GUI) on points (5-0)

Second Round (1/8 Final) – July 28, 1980[edit]

Leonidas Njunwa (TAN) def. Imad Idriss (SYR) after disqualification in third round Detlef Kästner
Detlef Kästner
(GDR) def. Adeoye Adetunji (NGR) after knock-out in third round Aleksandr Koshkyn
Aleksandr Koshkyn
(URS) def. Salah Jassim Beden (IRQ) after knock-out in first round Nick Wilshire (GBR) def. Miodrag Perunovic (YUG) on points (3-2) Wilson Kaoma (ZAM) def. Jackson Rivera (VEN) after disqualification in second round Jan Franek (TCH) def. Zhelio Stefanov (BUL) after disqualification in third round Armando Martínez (CUB) def. George Kabuto (UGA) after referee stopped contest in first round Francisco de Jesus (BRA) def. Leo Vainonen (SWE) on points (5-0)

Third Round (1/4 Final) – July 30, 1980[edit]

Detlef Kästner
Detlef Kästner
(GDR) def. Leonidas Njunwa (TAN) on points (5-0) Aleksandr Koshkyn
Aleksandr Koshkyn
(URS) def. Nick Wilshire (GBR) after knock-out in second round Jan Franek (TCH) def. Wilson Kaoma (ZAM) after knock-out in second round Armando Martínez (CUB) def. Francisco de Jesus (BRA) on points (5-0)

Fourth Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980[edit]

Aleksandr Koshkyn
Aleksandr Koshkyn
(URS) def. Detlef Kästner
Detlef Kästner
(GDR) on points (5-0) Armando Martínez (CUB) def. Jan Franek (TCH) after referee stopped contest in second round

Fifth Round (1/1 Final) – August 2, 1980[edit]

Armando Martínez (CUB) def. Aleksandr Koshkyn
Aleksandr Koshkyn
(URS) on points (4-1)

Middleweight (– 75 kg)[edit]

19 competitors from 19 countries

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY

José Gómez  Cuba

Viktor Savchenko  Soviet Union

Valentin Silaghi  Romania

Jerzy Rybicki  Poland

First Round (1/16 Final) – July 24, 1980[edit]

Viktor Savchenko
Viktor Savchenko
(URS) def. Damir Škaro (YUG) after referee stopped contest in third round Christer Corpi (SWE) def. Gbodelle Etienne Loco (BEN) after disqualification in second round Manfred Trauten (GDR) def. Kostadin Folev (BUL) on points (5-0)

Second Round (1/8 Final) – July 27, 1980[edit]

Valentin Silaghi (ROU) def. Alfred Thomas (GUY) on points (5-0) Mark Kaylor (GBR) def. Carlos Fonseca (BRA) on points (4-1) Jang Bong-Mun (PRK) def. Jesus Antonio Cabeza (VEN) after knock-out in second round José Gómez (CUB) def. Enock Chama (ZAM) on points (3-2) Jerzy Rybicki (POL) def. Tarmo Uusivirta
Tarmo Uusivirta
(FIN) after referee stopped contest in second round Peter Odhiambo (UGA) def. John Martins (NGR) after knock-out in second round Viktor Savchenko
Viktor Savchenko
(URS) def. Robert Pfitscher (AUT) after referee stopped contest in second round Manfred Trauten (GDR) def. Christer Corpi (SWE) after referee stopped contest in second round

Third Round (1/4 Final) – July 30, 1980[edit]

Valentin Silaghi (ROU) def. Mark Kaylor (GBR) on points (3-2) José Gómez (CUB) def. Jang Bong-Mun (PRK) after knock-out in second round Jerzy Rybicki (POL) def. Peter Odhiambo (UGA) on points (5-0) Viktor Savchenko
Viktor Savchenko
(URS) def. Manfred Trauten (GDR) after referee stopped contest in second round

Fourth Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980[edit]

José Gómez (CUB) def. Valentin Silaghi (ROU) on points (5-0) Viktor Savchenko
Viktor Savchenko
(URS) def. Jerzy Rybicki (POL) after referee stopped contest in third round due to injury

Fifth Round (1/1 Final) – August 2, 1980[edit]

José Gómez (CUB) def. Viktor Savchenko
Viktor Savchenko
(URS) 4-1

Light Heavyweight
Heavyweight
(– 81 kg)[edit]

16 competitors from 16 countries

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY

Slobodan Kacar  Yugoslavia

Pawel Skrzecz  Poland

Herbert Bauch  East Germany

Ricardo Rojas  Cuba

First Round (1/8 Final) – July 26, 1980[edit]

Herbert Bauch (GDR) def. Bozhidar Ivanov (BUL) on points (5-0) Benny Pike (AUS) def. Anaclet Wamba (CGO) after retirement in second round Slobodan Kacar (YUG) def. Nassoro Michael (TAN) after retirement in second round David Kvachadze (URS) def. Andrew McDonald (GBR) after referee stopped contest in second round Pawel Skrzecz
Pawel Skrzecz
(POL) def. Mohamed Boudchiche
Mohamed Boudchiche
(ALG) after walk-over Georgica Donici
Georgica Donici
(ROU) def. Jean-Paul Nanga (CMR) after referee stopped contest in second round Michael Madsen (DEN) def. Csaba Kuzma (HUN) on points (3-2) Ricardo Rojas (CUB) def. Ismail Salman (IRQ) on points (5-0)

Second Round (1/4 Final) – July 29, 1980[edit]

Herbert Bauch (GDR) def. Benny Pike (AUS) after knock-out in second round Slobodan Kacar (YUG) def. David Kvachadze (URS) on points (4-1) Pawel Skrzecz
Pawel Skrzecz
(POL) def. Georgica Donici
Georgica Donici
(ROU) on points (4-1) Ricardo Rojas (CUB) def. Michael Madsen (DEN) on points (4-1)

Third Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980[edit]

Slobodan Kacar (YUG) def. Herbert Bauch (GDR) after referee stopped contest in second round Pawel Skrzecz
Pawel Skrzecz
(POL) def. Ricardo Rojas (CUB) on points (3-2)

Fourth Round (1/1 Final) – August 2, 1980[edit]

Slobodan Kacar (YUG) def. Pawel Skrzecz
Pawel Skrzecz
(POL) on points (4-1)

Heavyweight
Heavyweight
(+ 81 kg)[edit]

14 competitors from 14 countries

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY

Teófilo Stevenson  Cuba

Piotr Zaev  Soviet Union

István Lévai  Hungary

Jürgen Fanghänel  East Germany

First Round (1/8 Final) – July 25, 1980[edit]

Teófilo Stevenson
Teófilo Stevenson
(CUB) def. Solomon Ataga (NGR) after knock-out in first round Grzegorz Skrzecz (POL) def. William Isangura (TAN) after referee stopped contest in first round Petar Stoimenov (BUL) def. Naasan Ajjoub (SYR) after referee stopped contest in second round Jürgen Fanghänel
Jürgen Fanghänel
(GDR) def. Luis Castillo (ECU) on points (4-1) Piotr Zaev (URS) def. Azis Salihu (YUG) on points (5-0) Francesco Damiani (ITA) def. Teodor Pîrjol (ROU) on points (4-1)

Second Round (1/4 Final) – July 29, 1980[edit]

Teófilo Stevenson
Teófilo Stevenson
(CUB) def. Grzegorz Skrzecz (POL) after knock-out in third round István Lévai (HUN) def. Anders Eklund (SWE) on points (4-1) Jürgen Fanghänel
Jürgen Fanghänel
(GDR) def. Petar Stoimenov (BUL) after referee stopped contest in second round Piotr Zaev (URS) def. Francesco Damiani (ITA) on points (5-0)

Third Round (1/2 Final) – July 31, 1980[edit]

Teófilo Stevenson
Teófilo Stevenson
(CUB) def. István Lévai (HUN) on points (5-0) Piotr Zaev (URS) def. Jürgen Fanghänel
Jürgen Fanghänel
(GDR) on points (5-0)

Fourth Round (1/1 Final) – August 2, 1980[edit]

Teófilo Stevenson
Teófilo Stevenson
(CUB) def. Piotr Zaev (URS) on points (4-1)

Remarks: the first mentioned bronze medallist competed against the Olympic champion in the semi-finals; country names are not given in the form they were used in the official documents of the IOC
IOC
in 1980.

Medal table[edit]

Pos Country: Gold: Silver: Bronze: Total:

1  Cuba (CUB) 6 2 2 10

2  Soviet Union (URS) 1 6 1 8

3  East Germany (GDR) 1 0 5 6

4  Bulgaria (BUL) 1 0 1 2

5  Italy (ITA) 1 0 0 1

 Yugoslavia (YUG) 1 0 0 1

7  Poland (POL) 0 1 4 5

8  Uganda (UGA) 0 1 0 1

 Venezuela (VEN) 0 1 0 1

10  Hungary (HUN) 0 0 2 2

 Romania (ROU) 0 0 2 2

12  Czechoslovakia (TCH) 0 0 1 1

 Great Britain (GBR) 0 0 1 1

 Guyana (GUY) 0 0 1 1

 Ireland (IRL) 0 0 1 1

 North Korea (PRK) 0 0 1 1

References[edit]

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Events at the 1980 Summer Olympics
1980 Summer Olympics
(Moscow)

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Boxing
Boxing
at the Summer Olympics

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List of medalists List of venues

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Val Barker Trophy
Val Barker Trophy
Winners

Awarded to the outstanding and most stylistic boxer of each Olympic Games

Men

1936: Louis Laurie (USA) 1948: George Hunter (RSA) 1952: Norvel Lee (USA) 1956: Dick McTaggart
Dick McTaggart
(GBR) 1960: Giovanni Benvenuti (ITA) 1964: Valeri Popenchenko
Valeri Popenchenko
(URS) 1968: Philip Waruinge (KEN) 1972: Teófilo Stevenson
Teófilo Stevenson
(CUB) 1976: Howard Davis Jr.
Howard Davis Jr.
(USA) 1980: Patrizio Oliva (ITA) 1984: Paul Gonzales (USA) 1988: Roy Jones Jr.
Roy Jones Jr.
(USA) 1992: Roberto Balado
Roberto Balado
(CUB) 1996: Vassiliy Jirov (KAZ) 2000: Oleg Saitov
Oleg Saitov
(RUS) 2004: Bakhtiyar Artayev
Bakhtiyar Artayev
(KAZ) 2008: Vasyl Lomachenko
Vasyl Lomachenko
(UKR) 2012: Serik Sapiyev
Serik Sapiyev
(KAZ) 2016: Hasanboy Dusmatov
Hasanboy Dusmatov
(UZB)

Women

2016: Clar

.