Egidijus Kavaliauskas

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Name: Egidijus Kavaliauskas
Born: 1988-06-29 (Age:26)
Birthplace: Kaunas, Lithuania
Nationality: Lithuanian
Hometown: Oxnard, California, USA
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 5′ 9″   /   175cm
Reach: 71″   /   180cm
Boxing Record: click


Olympic Games results

Represented Lithuania at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China, boxing as a Light Welterweight (64 kg):

Represented Lithuania at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, Great Britain, boxing as a Welterweight (69 kg):

  • Round 1/8 - Lost to Fred Evans (Great Britain) 7-11

Other amateur achievements

  • 2006 World Junior Championships participant in Agadir, Morocco, boxing as a Featherweight (57 kg).
  • Defeated Luo Wenxin (China) 16-12
  • Lost to Hamza Kramou (Algeria) RSC-OS
  • 2007 World Championships participant in Chicago, United States, boxing as a Light Welterweight (64 kg).
  • Defeated Zdenek Chladek (Czech Republic) 19-17
  • Lost to Eduard Hambartsumyan (Armenia) 6-24
  • 2008 1st European Olympic Qualifier Bronze medalist in Pescara, Italy, boxing as a Light Welterweight (64 kg).
  • Defeated Jussi Koivula (Finland) 23-5
  • Defeated Aslanbek Kozayev (Belarus) 17-9
  • Defeated Boris Katalinic (Croatia) 13-4
  • Lost to Gyula Kate (Hungary) 10-18
  • 2008 2nd European Olympic Qualifier Silver medalist in Athens, Greece, boxing as a Light Welterweight (64 kg).
  • Defeated Carmine Cirillo (Italy) 4-1
  • Defeated Anatoliy Andreev (Moldavia) 19-3
  • Defeated Levan Ghvamichava (Georgia) 17-8
  • Defeated Boris Katalinic (Croatia) 11-5
  • Lost to John Joe Joyce (Ireland) RSCI 2
  • 2008 European Championships participant in Liverpool, England, boxing as a Light Welterweight (64 kg).
  • Defeated Adriani Vastine (France) 10-1
  • Lost to Eduard Hambartsumyan (Armenia) 3-6
  • 2009 World Championships quarter-finalist in Milan, Italy, boxing as a Light Welterweight (64 kg).
  • Defeated Masatsugu Kawachi (Japan) 8-5
  • Defeated Qalim Balla (Australia) 20-5
  • Defeated Zdenek Chladek (Czech Republic) 10-6
  • Lost to Frankie Gomez (United States) RSC 3
  • 2010 European Championships participant in Moscow, Russia, boxing as a Welterweight (69 kg).
  • Defeated Aston Brown (Colombia) 4-3
  • Lost to Balazs Bacskai (Hungary) 3-6
  • 2011 World Championships Bronze medalist in Baku, Azerbaijan, boxing as a Welterweight (69 kg).
  • Defeated Maimatti Tusunqiong (China) 20-16
  • Defeated Robert Bilik (Czech Republic) 15-4
  • Defeated Roy Sheahan (Ireland) 11-7
  • Defeated Fred Evans (Wales) RSCH 2
  • Lost to Serik Sapiyev (Kazakhstan) RET 2
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