Light Heavyweight Olympic Medalists

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  • 1896-1912 Not held


  • 1920 - Antwerp, Belgium

Gold: Edward Eagan - USA
Silver: Sverre Sorsdal - Norway
Bronze: H. Franks - Great Britain

  • 1924 - Paris, France

Gold: Harry Mitchell - Great Britain
Silver: Thyge Petersen - Denmark
Bronze: Sverre Sorsdal - Norway

  • 1928 - Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Gold: Victor Avendano - Argentina
Silver: Ernst Pistulla - Germany
Bronze: Karel L. Miljon - Netherlands, The

  • 1932 - Los Angeles, CA, USA

Gold: Dave Carstens - South Africa
Silver: Gino Rossi - Italy
Bronze: Peter Jorgensen - Denmark

  • 1936 - Berlin, Germany

Gold: Roger Michelot - France
Silver: Richard Vogt - Germany
Bronze: Francisco Risiglione - Argentina

  • 1948 - London, England

Gold: George Hunter - South Africa
Silver: Donald Scott - Great Britain
Bronze: Maurio Cia - Argentina

  • 1952 - Helsinki, Finland

Gold: Norvel Lee - USA
Silver: Antonio Pacenza - Argentina
Bronze: Anatoli Perov - USSR
Bronze: Harri Siljander - Finland

  • 1956 - Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Gold: Jim Boyd - USA
Silver: Gheorghe Negrea - Romania
Bronze: Carlos Lucas - Chile
Bronze: Romualdas Murauskas - USSR

  • 1960 - Rome, Italy

Gold: Cassius Clay - USA
Silver: Zbigniew Pietrzykowski - Poland
Bronze: Tony Madigan - Australia
Bronze: Giulio Saraudi - Italy

  • 1964 - Tokyo, Japan

Gold: Cosimo Pinto - Italy
Silver: Aleksei Kiselyov - USSR
Bronze: Aleksandar Nikolov - Bulgaria
Bronze: Zbigniew Pietrzykowski - Poland

  • 1968 - Mexico City, Mexico

Gold: Daniel Poznyak - USSR
Silver: Ion Monea - Romania
Bronze: Stanislaw Dragan - Poland
Bronze: Georgi Stankov - Bulgaria

  • 1972 - Munich, Germany

Gold: Mate Parlov - Yugoslavia
Silver: Gilberto Carrillo - Cuba
Bronze: Janusz Gortat - Poland
Bronze: Isaac Ikhouria - Nigeria

  • 1976 - Montreal, QC, Canada

Gold: Leon Spinks - USA
Silver: Sixto Soria - Cuba
Bronze: Costica Dafinoiu - Romania
Bronze: Janusz Gortat - Poland

  • 1980 - Moscow, Russia

Gold: Slobodan Kačar - Yugoslavia
Silver: Powel Skrecz - Poland
Bronze: Herbert Bauch - DDR
Bronze: Ricardo Rojas - Cuba

  • 1984 - Los Angeles, CA, USA

Gold: Anton Josipovic - Yugoslavia
Silver: Kevin Barry - New Zealand
Bronze: Evander Holyfield - USA
Bronze: Mustapha Moussa, Algeria

  • 1988 - Seoul, South Korea

Gold: Andrew Maynard - USA
Silver: Nurmagomed Shanavazov - USSR
Bronze: Henryk Petrich - Poland
Bronze: Damir Skaro - Yugoslavia

  • 1992 - Barcelona, Spain

Gold: Torsten May - Germany
Silver: Rostislav Zaulichniy - Ukraine
Bronze: Zoltán Béres - Hungary
Bronze: Wojciech Bartnik, Poland

  • 1996 - Atlanta, GA, USA

Gold: Vassiliy Jirov - Kazakstan
Silver: Lee Seung-Bae - South Korea
Bronze: Antonio Tarver - USA
Bronze: Thomas Ulrich - Germany

  • 2000 - Sydney, NSW, Australia

Gold: Alexander Lebziak - Russia
Silver: Rudolf Kraj - Czech Republic
Bronze: Andriy Fedchuk - Ukraine
Bronze: Sergei Mikhailov - Uzbekistan

Gold: Andre Ward - USA
Silver: Magomed Aripgadjiev - Belarus
Bronze: Ahmed Ismail - Egypt
Bronze: Utkirbek Haydarov - Uzbekistan

  • 2008 - Beijing, People's Republic of China

Gold: Zhang Xiaoping - China
Silver: Kenneth Egan - Ireland
Bronze: Tony Jeffries - Great Britain
Bronze: Yerkebuian Shynaliyev - Kazakhstan

Also see: Olympics

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