Japan national amateur boxing athletes

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

Olympics[edit]

2004 Athens Olympics[edit]

One amateur boxer represented Japan to the 2004 Olympics. He was defeated in his first match by Endalkachew Kebede of Ethiopia.

Entry list[edit]

Asian Games[edit]

2006 Doha Asian Games[edit]

This country was represented by three amateur boxers. Winning one bronze medal, Japan is ranked 11th[1] in a four-way tie with DPR Korea, Syria and the host country Qatar.

Entry list[edit]

  • Yoshiyuki Hirano (Welterweight)
  • Ryota Murata (Middleweight)
  • Katsuaki Susa (Flyweight) - Bronze

East Asian Games[edit]

2005 Macau East Asian Games[edit]

Entry list[edit]

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