Teófilo Stevenson

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'''1984 AIBA World Championship Challenge'''
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*Defeated [[Biagio Chianese]] (Italy) 5-0
  
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'''1984 Friendship Games'''
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*Defeated [[Ulli Kaden]] (East Germany) KO 2
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*Defeated [[Valery Abadzhyan]] (Soviet Union) RET 3
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'''1978 Cuba-USA Dual Meet'''
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*Defeated [[Jimmy Clark]] (United States) 2-1
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'''1978 USA-Cuba Dual Meet'''
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*Defeated [[Jimmy Clark]] (United States) RSC 1
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'''1979 Cuba-USA Dual Meet'''
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*Defeated [[Philipp Brown]] (United States) RSC 1
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'''1980 USA-Cuba Dual Meet'''
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*Defeated [[Jimmy Clark]] (United States) 3-0
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'''1982 USA-Cuba Dual Meet'''
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*Defeated [[Tyrell Biggs]] (United States) KO 2
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'''1984 USA-Cuba Dual Meet'''
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*Defeated [[Tyrell Biggs]] (United States) 3-2
  
 
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Revision as of 08:27, 15 August 2012

Teofilo Stevenson
  • Born: March 29, 1952 in Las Tunas Province, Cuba – died: June 11, 2012 in Havana, Cuba
  • Stevenson is one of only three boxers to win three Olympic gold medals, alongside Hungarian Laszlo Papp and fellow Cuban Felix Savon.
  • In a 1988 Boxing Illustrated poll, Stevenson was selected as the greatest Olympic boxer of all-time
  • Lost twice to Igor Vysotsky, once by knockout, and never avenged those losses


Teofilo Stevenson Gallery

Contents

Olympic Results

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1972

1976

1980

World Amateur Championship Results

1974

1978

1982

1986

Pan American Games Results

1971

1975

1979

Other Notable Results

1984 AIBA World Championship Challenge

1984 Friendship Games


1978 Cuba-USA Dual Meet

1978 USA-Cuba Dual Meet

1979 Cuba-USA Dual Meet

1980 USA-Cuba Dual Meet

1982 USA-Cuba Dual Meet

1984 USA-Cuba Dual Meet

External Links

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