Spartakiad

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*Flyweight:  1. [[Willi Farber]],Germany
 
*Lightweight: 1. Jens Gulliksen, Norway 2. Tjasto, Lithuania
 
*Lightweight: 1. Jens Gulliksen, Norway 2. Tjasto, Lithuania
 
*Welterweight 1.Max Voit,Germany 2 Nement,Germany
 
*Welterweight 1.Max Voit,Germany 2 Nement,Germany

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Spartakiad refers to the Olympic Games-style world championship sporting games among European countries during the mid-1920s through the 1930s, consisting of unions of workers. These were named after the gladiator Spartacus, who had led a slave revolt in southern Italy from 73-71 BC--the waning years of the Roman Republic.


Oslo 17-19.February 1928 (incomplete)

  • Bantam: 1. Rolf Karlsen, Norway
  • Feather: 1. Kaare Larsen, Norway 2. Albert, Finland
  • Light: 1. Einar Larsen, Norway 2. Jens Gulliksen, Norway


International Spartakiad Moscow August 1928 (complete)

  • Flyweight: 1.Paaki, Finland 2. Takajev,Moscow 3.Vogel, Germany
  • Bantam: 1. Brown, GB 2.Ivanov, Moscow 3.Lozonski, Moscow
  • Feather: 1.Tsjelovalnikov,Moscow 2.A Yenov,Moscow 3.Thomas,GB /Pushevski,Germany
  • Light: 1.Moise, GB 2.Albert,Finland 3. Toy, GB
  • Welter 1. Bogayev,Moscow 2.Mozahrov,Moscow 3.Uhro Leskinen,Finland
  • Middle: 1.Yakov Braun,Moscow 2. Muitikainen,Finland 3.Vertkov, Leningrad
  • Lightheavy:1.Gunnar Barlund, Finland 2.Mihailov,Moscow 3.Albert Moll,Finland
  • Heavy: 1.A Vevel, Leningrad 2.Ezerov, Moscow 3. Friedenberg,Germany

Vienna 24-27 July 1931 (incomplete)

  • Flyweight: 1. Willi Farber,Germany
  • Lightweight: 1. Jens Gulliksen, Norway 2. Tjasto, Lithuania
  • Welterweight 1.Max Voit,Germany 2 Nement,Germany
  • Middleweight: 1. Ville Uhronen, Finland 2. Otto Eriksen, Norway
  • Light heavy: 1. ? 5.Erling Engh,Norway
  • Heavyweight: 1. Victor Mihailov,Sovjet

World Championship for Workers Paris 11-15 August 1934 (incomplete)

  • Feather: 1. Kaare Gundersen, Norway 2. Wolf, Germany
  • Welter: 1. Jens Gulliksen, Norway 2. Andre Danis, France
  • Middle: 1. Einar Larsen, Norway 2. Miller, Great Britain
  • Light heavy 1. Ragnvald Thoresen, Norway 2. Ehrling, Switzerland
  • Heavy: 1. Kaare Jensen, Norway 2. Höglund, Sweden

Antwerpen 29 July-1 August 1937 (incomplete)

  • Flyweight: 1. Noshkes, Denmark 2. Aage Abrahamsen, Norway
  • Bantam: 1. Levon Timorian,Sovjet 2.Anker Schone, Denmark 5.Charles Braude,Norway
  • Feather: 1. Kaare Gundersen, Norway 2. Antoine Rouhette, Belgium
  • Welter: 1. Ogurenkov, Sovjet 3. Jens Gulliksen, Norway
  • Middle: 1. 2. Erling Hongli,Norway
  • Heavyweight: 1. Victor Mihailov, Sovjet 2.Kaare Jensen, Norway 3.Leif Madsen, Norway

Profiles:

  • Ville Uhronen, Finland. Born 24.12 1909. Debut 1924, active until 1940. 7 times National Champion, 7 times on the National Team.
  • Victor Mihailov, Sovjet, Moscow Born 1907. Sovjet Champion 1933-1939 and 1941.

Record by November 1935: 88 fights, 82 wins (41 ko) 6 losses Record by December 1937: 105 fights 95 wins (46 ko) 8 losses 2 draws

  • Victor Stepanov, Sovjet,Moscow Sovjet Champion 1934,1944 Silver 1935,1937,1939.Bronze 1938,1940 and 1943.
  • Evgenji Ogurenkov,Sovjet,Moscow Sovjet Champion 1934-37 1939,1940, 1943-45 Silver 1928,1946
  • Levan Timorian, Sovjet,Moscow. Born in Armenia. Sovjet Champion 36,37,38
  • Sergei Tsjelovalnikov,Sovjet, Moscow Sovjet Champion 1933,1934.
  • Max Voit,Germany born 1907 German Champion 1927-1933, the years when the German "Arbeitersportler Union " was active,before Hitler banned it. Voit continued his career until 1943 for Sandow Nûrnberg. His record was 500 fights 450 wins,12 losses and 38 draws.Voit was alive by 1987.

{Many thanks to Harald Bennert for researching this boxer]


See the Norwegian Spartakiads, for example.

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