Name: Kanat Islam
Alias: The Kazak
Birth Name: Hanati Silamu
Born: 1984-09-13 (Age:31)
Birthplace: Altay, China
Hometown: Pahokee, Florida, USA
Height: 5′ 10″ / 178cm
Reach: 70″ / 178cm
Boxing Record: click
Hanati Silamu (simplified Chinese: 哈那提·斯拉木; Kazakh language: قانات يسلٴام/Қанат Исләм) is a Chinese born Kazakh professional boxer, best known for winning a bronze medal at welterweight at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. Silamu also won bronze medals at the 2007 World championships and the 2006 Asian Games.
Olympic Games results
2004 in Athens, Greece (as a welterweight).
2008 in Beijing, China (as a welterweight).
- Defeated Precious Makina (Zambia) 21-4
- Defeated Joseph Mulema (Cameroon) 9-4
- Defeated Taureano Johnson (Bahamas) 14-4
- Lost to Carlos Banteaux (Cuba) 4-17 (Bronze medalist)
World Amateur Championships results
2007 in Chicago, United States (as a welterweight).
- Defeated Bohzodbek Yunusov (Uzbekistan) 22-16
- Defeated Gerard O'Mahony (Australia) 23-17
- Defeated Ruslan Khairov (Azerbaijan) 26-6
- Defeated Bakhyt Sarsekbayev (Kazakhstan) 20-14
- Lost to Manon Boonjumnong (Thailand) 20-23 (Bronze medalist)
Other Amateur Highlights
- 2006 World Cup (Team Competition) participant at welterweight, in Baku, Azerbaijan.
- 2006 Asian Games Bronze medalist at welterweight, in Doha, Qatar.
- 2007 Asian Championships Bronze medalist at welterweight, in Ulan Bator, Mongolia.
World Series of Boxing Results
- 2010-2011 Season boxing for the Astana Arlans
- Defeated Andranik Hakobyan (Armenia) of Incheon Red Wings by KO 2
- Lost to Soltan Migitinov (Azerbaijan) of Baku Fires by points
- Defeated Pedro Lima (Brazil) of Beijing Dragons by points
- Defeated Boturjon Mahmudov (Uzbekistan) of Baku Fires by TKO 4
- Defeated Russell Lamour (United States) of Los Angeles Matadors by TKO 2
- Defeated Stephane Cuevas (France) of Paris United by TKO 1
- 2011-2012 Season boxing for the Astana Arlans
- Defeated Russell Lamour (United States) of Los Angeles Matadors by Walk Over
- Lost to Alexandr Ivanov (Russia) of Dynamo Moscow by points
- Defeated Zaal Kvachatadze (Georgia) of Los Angeles Matadors by TKO 2
- Lost to Sergiy Derevyanchenko (Ukraine) of Milano Thunder by points
- Defeated Mladen Manev (Bulgaria) of Mexico City Guerreros by points
- Lost to Maxim Gazizov (Russia) of Dynamo Moscow by points