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Viktor Grigorievich Rybakov (Russian: Виктор Григорьевич Рыбаков) (born May 28, 1956 in Magadan) is a retired boxer, who represented the USSR twice at the Summer Olympics during his career as an amateur. He won the bronze medal in the bantamweight division (– 54 kg) at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, Canada, and repeated that feat four years later in Moscow, Soviet Union. He trained at the Trud Voluntary Sports Society until 1976, later - at the Armed Forces sports society. Olympic results[edit] 1976

1st round bye Defeated Alfred Siame (Zambia) walk-over Defeated Hitoshi Ishigaki (Japan) 5-0 Defeated Stephan Förster (East Germany) 3-2 Lost to Charles Mooney (United States) 1-4

1980

1st round bye Defeated Daniel Londas (France) 5-0 Defeated Peter Hanlon (Great Britain) 5-0 Defeated Tzacho Andreikowski (Bulgaria) 4-1 Lost to Rudi Fink (East Germany) 1-4

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European amateur boxing champions – men's bantamweight

1924 – 2010: up to 54 kg

1924: Jean Ces
Jean Ces
(FRA) 1925: Archie Rule (ENG) 1927: Kurt Dalchow (GER) 1928: Vittorio Tamagnini
Vittorio Tamagnini
(ITA) 1930: Janos Szeles (HUN) 1932: Hans Ziglarski (GER) 1934: István Enekes
István Enekes
(HUN) 1937: Ulderico Sergo (ITA) 1939: Ulderico Sergo (ITA) 1942: Arturo Paoletti (ITA) 1947: László Bogacs (HUN) 1949: Giovanni Zuddas (ITA) 1951: Vincenzo dall'Osso (ITA) 1953: Zenon Stefaniuk (POL) 1955: Zenon Stefaniuk (POL) 1957: Oleg Grigoryev
Oleg Grigoryev
(URS) 1959: Horst Rascher (FRG) 1961: Sergey Sivko (URS) 1963: Oleg Grigoryev
Oleg Grigoryev
(URS) 1965: Oleg Grigoryev
Oleg Grigoryev
(URS) 1967: Nicolae Giju (ROM) 1969: Aurel Dumitrescu (ROM) 1971: Tibor Badari (HUN) 1973: Aldo Cosentino (ITA) 1975: Viktor Rybakov (URS) 1977: Stefan Förster (GDR) 1979: Nikolay Chrapzov (URS) 1981: Viktor Miroshnichenko (URS) 1983: Yuri Alexandrov (URS) 1985: Ljubiša Simić (YUG) 1987: Aleksandar Khristov (BUL) 1989: Serafim Todorov
Serafim Todorov
(BUL) 1991: Serafim Todorov
Serafim Todorov
(BUL) 1993: Raimkul Malakhbekov (RUS) 1996: István Kovács (HUN) 1998: Serhiy Danylchenko (UKR) 2000: Agasi Agaguloglu (TUR) 2002: Khavazhi Khatsigov (BLR) 2004: Gennady Kovalev (RUS) 2006: Ali Aliyev (RUS) 2008: Luke Campbell (ENG) 2010: Eduard Abzalimov (RUS) 2011: Veaceslav Gojan (MDA) 2013: John Joe Nevin (IRL) 2015: Michael Conlan (IRL)

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European amateur boxing champions – men's featherweight

1951 – 2010: up to 57 kg

1951: Joseph Ventaja (FRA) 1953: Josef Kruza (POL) 1955: Thomas Nicholls (ENG) 1957: Dimitar Velinov (BUL) 1959: Jerzy Adamski
Jerzy Adamski
(POL) 1961: Francis Taylor (ENG) 1963: Stanislav Stepashkin (URS) 1965: Stanislav Stepashkin (URS) 1967: Ryszard Petek (POL) 1969: László Orban (HUN) 1971: Ryszard Tomczyk (POL) 1973: Stefan Förster (GDR) 1975: Tibor Badari (HUN) 1977: Richard Nowakowski
Richard Nowakowski
(GDR) 1979: Viktor Rybakov (URS) 1981: Richard Nowakowski
Richard Nowakowski
(GDR) 1983: Serik Nurkassov (URS) 1985: Samson Khachatryan (URS) 1987: Mekhak Ghazaryan (URS) 1989: Kirkor Kirkorov (BUL) 1991: Paul Griffin (IRL) 1993: Serafim Todorov
Serafim Todorov
(BUL) 1996: Ramaz Paliani (RUS) 1998: Ramaz Paliani (TUR) 2000: Ramaz Paliani (TUR) 2002: Raimkul Malakhbekov (RUS) 2004: Vitali Tajbert
Vitali Tajbert
(GER) 2006: Albert Selimov
Albert Selimov
(RUS) 2008: Vasyl Lomachenko
Vasyl Lomachenko
(UKR) 2010: Denis Makarov (GER)

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