Roger Fortin

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Roger Fortin
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Born (1951-10-27) October 27, 1951 (age 67)
Montreal, Quebec

Roger Fortin (born October 27, 1951 in Montreal, Quebec) is a retired boxer from Canada, who represented his native country at the 1976 Summer Olympics. There he was defeated in the first round of the men's light heavyweight division (– 81 kilograms) on points (0:5) by Soviet Union's Anatoliy Klimanov. Fortin won the gold medal at the 1978 British Commonwealth Games in Edmonton in the light heavyweight classiciation.

Roger Fortin may also refer to the father of boxer Luc "D" Fortin, fighting out of Timmins, Ontario. At age 22, (5'10, 168 lbs) he is currently competing in the Amateur Circuit and holds a record of 8-2-1.

1976 Olympic record

Below is the record of Roger Fortin, a Canadian light heavyweight boxer who competed at the 1976 Montreal Olympics.

  • Round of 32: lost to Anatoliy Klimanov (Soviet Union) on points, 0-5.


  • Canadian Olympic Committee

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