The 1992 Olympiad in Barcelona, Spain, marked the return of Cuba, which had boycotted the 1984 and 1988 Games. These were the last games in which the dissolved Soviet Union participated with the former Soviet Republics, competing under the banner of the Unified Team -- with the exception of the Baltic republics of Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia, who competed separately.
South Africa was also allowed to participate in the Olympic Games for the first time since 1960.
- Light Flyweight (48kg)- Rogelio Marcelo (Cuba)
- Flyweight (51kg)- Choi Chol-Su (People's Republic of (North) Korea)
- Bantamweight (54kg)- Joel Casamayor (Cuba)
- Featherweight (57kg)- Andreas Tews (Germany)
- Lightweight (60kg)- Oscar De La Hoya (USA)
- Light Welterweight (63.5 kg)- Hector Vinent (Cuba)
- Welterweight (67kg)- Michael Carruth (Ireland)
- Light Middleweight (71kg)- Juan Carlos Lemus (Cuba)
- Middleweight (75kg)- Ariel Hernandez (Cuba)
- Light heavyweight (81kg)- Torsten May (Germany)
- Heavyweight (91kg)- Felix Savon (Cuba)
- Super Heavyweight (91 kg and over)- Roberto Balado (Cuba)
Individual Olympic Teams
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