Flyweight Olympic Medalists

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  • 1896-1900 Not held


  • 1904 - St. Louis, MO, USA

Gold: George Finnegan - USA
Silver: Miles Burke

  • 1908-1912 Not held


  • 1920 - Antwerp, Belgium

Gold: Frank DiGennara - USA
Silver: Anders Peterson - Denmark
Bronze: William Cuthbertson - Great Britain

  • 1924 - Paris, France

Gold: Fidel LaBarba - USA
Silver: James McKenzie - Great Britain
Bronze: Raymond Fee - USA

  • 1928 - Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Gold: Antal Kocsis - Hungary
Silver: Armand Appell - France
Bronze: Carlo Cavagnoli - Italy

  • 1932 - Los Angeles, CA, USA

Gold: István Énekes - Hungary
Silver: Francisco Cabanas - Mexico
Bronze: Lou Salica - USA

  • 1936 - Berlin, Germany

Gold: Willi Kaiser - Germany
Silver: Gavino Matta - Italy
Bronze: Louis Daniel Laurie - USA

  • 1948 - London, England

Gold: Pascual Perez - Argentina
Silver: Spartaco Bandinelli - Italy
Bronze: Han-Soo Kim - Korea

  • 1952 - Helsinki, Finland

Gold: Nathan Brooks - USA
Silver: Edgar Bassel - Germany
Bronze: Anatoliy Bulakov - USSR
Bronze: Willie Toweel - South Africa

  • 1956 - Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Gold: Terry Spinks - Great Britain
Silver: Mircea Dobrescu - Romania
Bronze: John Caldwell - Ireland
Bronze: Rene Libeer - France

  • 1960 - Rome, Italy

Gold: Gyula Török - Hungary
Silver: Sergey Sivko - USSR
Bronze: Abdelmoneim Elguindi - Egypt
Bronze: Kiyoshi Tanabe - Japan

  • 1964 - Tokyo, Japan

Gold: Fernando Atzori - Italy
Silver: Artur Olech - Poland
Bronze: Robert Carmody - USA
Bronze: Stanislav Sorokin - USSR

  • 1968 - Mexico City, Mexico

Gold: Ricardo Delgado - Mexico
Silver: Artur Olech - Poland
Bronze: Servilio Oliveira - Brazil
Bronze: Leo Rwabwogo - Uganda

  • 1972 - Munich, Germany

Gold: Georgi Kostadinov - Bulgaria
Silver: Leo Rwabwogo - Uganda
Bronze: Leszek Blazynski - Poland
Bronze: David Rodriguez - Cuba

  • 1976 - Montreal, QC, Canada

Gold: Leo Randolph - USA
Silver: Ramon Duvalon - Cuba
Bronze: Leszek Blazynski - Poland
Bronze: David Torosyan - USSR

  • 1980 - Moscow, Russia

Gold: Peter Lessov - Bulgaria
Silver: Viktor Miroshnichenko - USSR
Bronze: Hugh Russell - Ireland
Bronze: Janos Varadi - Hungary

  • 1984 - Los Angeles, CA, USA

Gold: Steve McCrory - USA
Silver: Redzep Redzepovski - Yugoslavia
Bronze: Ibrahim Bilali - Kenya
Bronze: Eyup Can - Turkey

  • 1988 - Seoul, South Korea

Gold: Kim Kwang-Sun - Korea
Silver: Andreas Tews - DDR
Bronze: Mario González - Mexico
Bronze: Timofey Skriabin - USSR

  • 1992 - Barcelona, Spain

Gold: Choi Choi-Su - People's Republic of Korea
Silver: Raul Gonzalez - Cuba
Bronze: Tim Austin - USA
Bronze: Istvan Kovacs - Hungary

  • 1996 - Atlanta, GA, USA

Gold: Maikro Romero - Cuba
Silver: Bolat Dzhumadilov - Kazahkstan
Bronze: Zoltan Lunka - Germany
Bronze: Albert Pakeyev - Russia

  • 2000 - Sydney, NSW, Australia

Gold: Wijan Ponlid - Thailand
Silver: Bolat Dzhumadilov - Kazakhstan
Bronze: Jerome Thomas - France
Bronze: Wladimir Sidorenko - Ukraine

Gold: Yuriorkis Gamboa Toledano - Cuba
Silver: Jerome Thomas - France
Bronze: Fuad Aslanov - Azerbajian
Bronze: Rustamhodza Rahimov - Germany

Gold: Somjit Jongjohor - Thailand
Silver: Andry Laffita - Cuba
Bronze: Georgy Balakshin - Russia
Bronze: Vincenzo Picardi - Italy

Also see: Olympics