Boxing at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Women's flyweight

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Women's flyweight boxing
at the Games of the XXX Olympiad
Venue ExCeL Exhibition Centre
Date 5 to 9 August
Competitors 12 from 12 nations
Medalists
Gold medal    Great Britain
Silver medal    China
Bronze medal    United States
Bronze medal    India
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Boxing at the
2012 Summer Olympics

Boxing pictogram.svg
Men Women
  49 kg     51 kg  
  52 kg     60 kg  
  56 kg     75 kg  
  60 kg      
  64 kg      
  69 kg      
  75 kg      
  81 kg      
  91 kg      
  +91 kg      

The women's flyweight boxing competition at the 2012 Olympic Games in London was held from 5 to 9 August at the ExCeL Exhibition Centre.

For the first time at an Olympic Games, the 10 men's boxing events was joined by three women's events: flyweight, middleweight, and lightweight.[1]

Nicola Adams from Great Britain won the gold medal — the first Olympic gold ever awarded in women's boxing. Adams beat China's Ren Cancan by 16 points to seven in the final.

Competition format[edit]

The competition consisted of a single-elimination tournament. Bronze medals were awarded to both semi-final losers, Marlen Esparza of the United States and Mary Kom of India. Each bout comprised four rounds of two minutes each.[2]

Schedule[edit]

All times are British Summer Time (UTC+01:00)

Date Time Round
Sunday 5 August 2012 13:30 Round of 16
Monday 6 August 2012 13:30 Quarter-finals
Wednesday 8 August 2012 13:30 Semi-finals
Thursday 9 August 2012 16:30 Final

Results[edit]

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
      
           Ren Cancan (CHN) 12  
  Elena Savelyeva (RUS) 12       Elena Savelyeva (RUS) 7  
  Kim Hye Song (PRK) 9         Ren Cancan (CHN) 10  
  Erica Matos (BRA) 14         Marlen Esparza (USA) 8  
  Karlha Magliocco (VEN) 15       Karlha Magliocco (VEN) 16  
           Marlen Esparza (USA) 24  
             Ren Cancan (CHN) 7
             Nicola Adams (GBR) 16
           Maroua Rahali (TUN) 6  
  Karolina Michalczuk (POL) 14       Mary Kom (IND) 15  
  Mary Kom (IND) 19         Mary Kom (IND) 6  
  Stoyka Petrova (BUL) 23         Nicola Adams (GBR) 11  
  Siona Fernandez (NZL) 11       Stoyka Petrova (BUL) 7       
           Nicola Adams (GBR) 16       
      

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