Middleweight Olympic Medalists

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(165 lbs/75 kb)

  • 1896-1900 Not held


  • 1904 - St. Louis, MO, USA

Gold: Charles Mayer - USA
Silver: Benjamin Spradley - USA
Bronze: None

  • 1908 - London, England

Gold: John Douglas - Great Britain
Silver: Reginald Baker - Austalia
Bronze: W. Philo - Great Britain

  • 1912 Not held


  • 1920 - Antwerp, Belgium

Gold: Harry Mallin - Great Britain
Silver: Georges Prud-Homme - Canada
Bronze: Moe Herscovitch - Canada

  • 1924 - Paris, France

Gold: Harry Mallin - Great Britain
Silver: John Elliott - Great Britain
Bronze: Joseph Beecken - Belgium

  • 1928 - Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Gold: Piero Toscani - Italy
Silver: Jan Hermanek - Czechoslovakia
Bronze: Leonard Steyaert - Belgium

  • 1932 - Los Angeles, CA, USA

Gold: Carmen Barth - USA
Silver: Amado Azar - Argentina
Bronze: Ernest Pierce - South Africa

  • 1936 - Berlin, Germany

Gold: Jean Despeaux - France
Silver: Henry Tiller - Norway
Bronze: Raul Villareal - Argentina

  • 1948 - London, England

Gold: Laszlo Papp - Hungary
Silver: John Wright - Great Britain
Bronze: Ivano Fontana - Italy

  • 1952 - Helsinki, Finland

Gold: Floyd Patterson - USA
Silver: Vasile Tita - Romania
Bronze: Boris Nikilow - Bulgaria
Bronze: Stig Sjolin - Sweden

  • 1956 - Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Gold: Gennady Schatkov - USSR
Silver: Ramon Tapia - Chile
Bronze: Gilbert Chapron - France
Bronze: Victor Zalazar - Argentina

  • 1960 - Rome, Italy

Gold: Eddie Crook - USA
Silver: Tadeusz Walasek - Poland
Bronze: Yevgeny Feofanov - USSR
Bronze: Ion Monea - Romania

  • 1964 - Tokyo, Japan

Gold: Valeri Popenchenko - USSR
Silver: Emil Schulz - Great Britain
Bronze: Franco Valle - Italy
Bronze: Tadeusz Walasek - Poland

  • 1968 - Mexico City, Mexico

Gold: Chris Finnegan - Great Britain
Silver: Aleksei Kisselyov - USSR
Bronze: Al Jones - USA
Bronze: Agustin Zaragoza - Mexico

  • 1972 - Munich, Germany

Gold: Vyacheslav Lemeschev - USSR
Silver: Reima Virtanen - Finland
Bronze: Prince Amartey - Ghana
Bronze: Marvin Johnson - USA

  • 1976 - Montreal, QC, Canada

Gold: Michael Spinks - USA
Silver: Rufat Riskiev - USSR
Bronze: Luis Martinez - Cuba
Bronze: Alec Nastac - Romania

  • 1980 - Moscow, Russia

Gold: Jose Gomez - Cuba
Silver: Viktor Savchenko - USSR
Bronze: Jerzy Rybicki - Poland
Bronze: Valentin Silaghi - Romania

  • 1984 - Los Angeles, CA, USA

Gold: Joon-Sup Shin - Korea
Silver: Virgil Hill - USA
Bronze: Aristides Gonzales - Puerto Rico
Bronze: Mohamed Zaoui - Algeria

  • 1988 - Seoul, South Korea

Gold: Henry Maske - DDR
Silver: Egerton Marcus - Canada
Bronze: Chris Sande - Kenya
Bronze: Hussain Shah Syed - Pakistan

  • 1992 - Barcelona, Spain

Gold: Ariel Hernandez - Cuba
Silver: Chris Byrd - USA
Bronze: Chris Johnson - Canada
Bronze: Lee Seung-Bae - South Korea

  • 1996 - Atlanta, GA, USA

Gold: Ariel Hernandez - Cuba
Silver: Malik Beyleroglu - Turkey
Bronze: Rhoshii Wells - USA
Bronze: Mohamed Bahari - Algeria

  • 2000 - Sydney, NSW, Australia

Gold: Jorge Gutierrez - Cuba
Silver: Gaydarbek Gaydarbekov - Russia
Bronze: Zsolt Erdei - Hungary
Bronze: Vugar Alekperov - Azerbaijan

Gold: Gaydarbek Gaydarbekov - Russia
Silver: Gennadiy Golovkin - Kazahkstan
Bronze: Prasathinphimai Suriya - Thailand
Bronze: Andre Dirrell - USA

  • 2008 - Beijing, People's Republic of China

Gold:
Silver:
Bronze: Darren Sutherland - Ireland
Bronze: Vijender Kumar - India

Also see: Olympics