Name: Manus Boonjumnong
Birthplace: Ratchaburi, Thailand
Hometown: Ratchaburi, Thailand
Height: 5′ 8″ / 173cm
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Manus Boonjumnong (Born: June 23, 1980) of Thailand, won the Light Welterweight gold medal in the 2004 Olympic Games, and the silver medal in the same class in 2008. Boonjumnong has a brother Non Boonjumnong who was a top amateur in the welterweight class.
Olympic Games results
Represented Thailand at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, boxing as a Light Welterweight (64 kg).
- Round 1/16 - Defeated Spyridon Ioannidis (Greece) 28-16
- Round 1/8 - Defeated Romeo Brin (Philippines) 29-15
- Quarterfinal - Defeated Willy Blain (France) 20-8
- Semifinal - Defeated Ionut Gheorghe (Romania) 30-9
- Final - Defeated Yudel Jhonson Cedeno (Cuba) 17-11
Represented Thailand at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China, boxing as a Light Welterweight (64 kg).
- Round 1/16 - Received a 1st round bye
- Round 1/8 - Defeated Masatsugu Kawachi (Japan) 8-1
- Quarterfinal - Defeated Serik Sapiyev (Kazakhstan) 7-5
- Semifinal - Defeated Roniel Iglesias (Cuba) 10-5
- Final - Lost to Felix Diaz (Dominican Republic) 4-12
Other Amateur highlights
- 2002 Asian Games participant in Busan, South Korea at 64 kg.
- Lost to Myung Hoon Shin (South Korea) 10-15
- 2003 World Championships Bronze medalist in Bangkok, Thailand at 64 kg.
- 2006 Asian Games Gold medallist in Doha, Qatar at 64 kg.
- 2007 World Championships participant in Chicago, USA at 64 kg.
- Lost to Masatsugu Kawachi (Japan) 9-14
Boonjumnong was his countrys flagbearer at the 2008 Olympics.