2016 United States Olympians

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The United States sent a contingent of eight boxers (six male, two female) to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The team captured a total of three medals (one gold, one silver, and one bronze). Nico Hernandez won a bronze medal, the first male United States Olympian to win a medal since Deontay Wilder in 2008. Shakur Stevenson later captured a silver medal, the first male Olympian to win a medal higher than bronze since Andre Ward in 2004.

Claressa Shields won the gold medal in the women's middleweight division, becoming the first United States boxer to capture back-to-back gold medals.

Men's Results

Round of 32

Round of 16

Quarterfinals

Semifinals

Finals

  • 123 lbs: Robeisy Ramírez DEF Shakur Stevenson Decision 2-1 (Stevenson wins silver medal)

Women's Results

Round of 16

Quarterfinals

Semifinals

Finals

  • 165 lbs: Claressa Shields DEF Nouchka Fontijn Decision 3-0 (Shields wins gold medal)