South Korea national amateur boxing athletes

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South Korea national amateur boxing athletes represents South Korea in regional, continental and world matches and tournaments sanctioned by the Amateur International Boxing Association (AIBA).

Olympics

2004 Athens Olympics

Seven amateur boxers represented South Korea in this edition of the Olympiad winning two bronze medals from the Featherweight and the Welterweight division. This country is ranked 12th in a four-way tie in the boxing medal tally.

Entry list

Asian Games

2006 Doha Asian Games

Ten amateur boxers represented Korea in this edition of the Asiad, winning three silver medals and one bronze medal. This country is ranked 8th with a total of 4 medals.[1]

Entry list

  • Jong Sub Baik (Lightweight)
  • Deok Jin Cho (Middleweight)
  • Soon Chul Han (Bantamweight) - Silver
  • Moo Won Hong (Light Flyweight) - Bronze
  • Byeong Gook Jeon (Heavyweight)
  • Seok Hwan Jo (Featherweight)
  • Kim Jung Joo (Welterweight)
  • Ok Sung Lee (Flyweight)
  • Myung Hoon Shin (Lightwelterweight) - Silver
  • Hak Sung Song (Light Heavyweight) - Silver

2010 youth boxing state finalists

  • Ko Un (Lightweight)
  • Kim Sowol (Lightweight) (Vice Captain)
  • Yun Dong-ju (Lightweight)- Gold
  • Han Jung-Woo (Lightweight)(Captain)- Bronze
  • Park Mok-wol (Light Heavyweight)
  • Park Kyung-ni (Flyweight)
  • Han Yong-un (Lightweight) - Bronze

References

  1. ^ Boxing medal tally


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