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'''Amateur Achievements'''
 
  
Amateur Boxing Assiciation champion 67kg - 1999, 71kg - 2002, 75kg - 2003
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==Minor Titles Won==
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*Australian Super Middleweight
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*World Boxing Foundation Super Middleweight
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*[[PABA]] Middleweight
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*[[WBO]] Asia Pacific Middleweight
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*[[WBA]] Pan African Middleweight
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== Amateur Achievements ==
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*Amateur Record: 111-26
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*Amateur Boxing Association champion 67kg - 1999, 71kg - 2002, 75kg - 2003
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*3 time Oceania Champion
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*Competed at the 2002 Commonwealth Games as a Middleweight
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*Competed at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games as a Middleweight
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**Eliminated in the first Round by [[Lukas Wilaschek]] (Germany) - Points Decision 23:24
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[[Category:Australian Olympians|Pittman, Jamie]]
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[[Category:2004 Olympians|Pittman, Jamie]]

Latest revision as of 02:22, 27 May 2011

Photo by Milos Lekovic
Pittman challenging Felix Sturm for his WBA middleweight title

Name: Jamie Pittman
Alias: Mr Business
Born: 1981-07-18
Birthplace: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Hometown: Gosford, New South Wales, Australia
Stance: Southpaw
Height: 6′ 1″   /   186cm
Reach: 74″   /   188cm
Boxing Record: click


Minor Titles Won

  • Australian Super Middleweight
  • World Boxing Foundation Super Middleweight
  • PABA Middleweight
  • WBO Asia Pacific Middleweight
  • WBA Pan African Middleweight

Amateur Achievements

  • Amateur Record: 111-26
  • Amateur Boxing Association champion 67kg - 1999, 71kg - 2002, 75kg - 2003
  • 3 time Oceania Champion
  • Competed at the 2002 Commonwealth Games as a Middleweight
  • Competed at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games as a Middleweight
    • Eliminated in the first Round by Lukas Wilaschek (Germany) - Points Decision 23:24