Difference between revisions of "Sherzod Husanov"

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'''2000''' in Sydney, Australia (as a welterweight)
 
'''2000''' in Sydney, Australia (as a welterweight)
 
*Defeated [[Babak Moghimi]] (Iran) 15-5
 
*Defeated [[Babak Moghimi]] (Iran) 15-5
*Lost to [[Vitaly Grusac]] (Moldova) 7-13
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*Lost to [[Vitaly Grushak]] (Moldova) 7-13
 
'''2004''' in Athens, Greece (as a welterweight)
 
'''2004''' in Athens, Greece (as a welterweight)
 
*Defeated [[Jean Carlos Prada]] (Venezuela) 32-20
 
*Defeated [[Jean Carlos Prada]] (Venezuela) 32-20
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{{DEFAULTSORT:Husanov, Sherzod}}
 
[[Category:Uzbekistani Olympians]]
 
[[Category:Uzbekistani Olympians]]
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[[Category:2000 Olympians]]
 
[[Category:2004 Olympians]]
 
[[Category:2004 Olympians]]

Revision as of 05:13, 17 February 2013

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Name: Sherzod Husanov
Alias: Sher
Born: 1980-01-27
Birthplace: Fergana, Uzbekistan
Hometown: Nizhny Tagil, Russia
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 5′ 11″   /   180cm
Boxing Record: click

Photo #2

Olympic Games Results

2000 in Sydney, Australia (as a welterweight)

2004 in Athens, Greece (as a welterweight)

Other Amateur Highlights

2001 World Championships Bronze medalist in Belfast, Northern Ireland at 67 kg.

2002 Asian Games Bronze medalist in Pusan, South Korea at 67 kg.

2003 World Championships Silver medalist in Bangkok, Thailand at 69 kg.

2005 World Championships participant in Mianyang, China at 69 kg.

2006 CISM World Military Championships Silver medalist in Warendorf, Germany at 69 kg.