|Competitor for Mongolia|
|World Amateur Championships|
|Gold||2007 Ulan Bator||Bantamweight|
Enkhbatyn Badar-Uugan (Mongolian: Энхбатын Бадар-Ууган; born June 3, 1985 in Ulan Bator) is a retired boxer from Mongolia who became the first Olympic boxing champion from his country when he won the gold medal in the Bantamweight (-54 kg) division at the 2008 Olympics. He almost was the first Mongolian to win Olympic gold in any sport but was beaten by Judoka Naidangiin Tüvshinbayar by a couple of days.
In 2007, he won a gold medal at Asian Senior Boxing Championship, Ulan Bator.
Badar-Uugan fought for Mongolia at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. American magazine Sports Illustrated picked him as the favorite to win Mongolia's first ever Olympic gold medal., which, however, was won by Naidangiin Tüvshinbayar, who competed earlier in the games.
World Amateur Championships results
- Defeated Clive Atwell (Guyana) 25-8
- Defeated Vittorio Parrinello (Italy) 19-14
- Defeated David Oltvanyi (Hungary) 17-5
- Defeated Héctor Manzanilla (Venezuela) RSCI 3
- Defeated Joe Murray (England) 20-11
- Lost to Sergey Vodopyanov (Russia) 14-16
Olympic Games results
- Defeated Óscar Valdez (Mexico) 15-4
- Defeated John Joe Nevin (Ireland) 9-2
- Defeated Khumiso Ikgopoleng (Botswana) 15-2
- Defeated Veaceslav Gojan (Moldova) 15-2
- Defeated Yankiel León (Cuba) 16-5
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