2004 European Amateur Boxing Championships

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The men's 2004 European Amateur Boxing Championships were held in Pula, Croatia, from February 19 to February 29. The 35th edition of thi bi-annual competition was organised by the European governing body for amateur boxing, EABA. A total number of 292 fighters from 41 countries competed at these championships. Russia's Gaydarbek Gaydarbekov afterwards received the Best Fighter Award. The tournament served as a qualification event for the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece. All medal winners earned a berth for the Athens Games.

Medal winners[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Light flyweight
(−48 kilograms)
Russia Sergey Kazakov
Russia
Italy Alfonso Pinto
Italy
Hungary Pál Bedák
Hungary

Bulgaria Salim Salimov
Bulgaria

Flyweight
(−51 kilograms)
Russia Georgi Balakshin
Russia
Georgia (country) Nikoloz Izoria
Georgia
Germany Rustamhodza Rahimov
Germany

Poland Andrzej Rzany
Poland

Bantamweight
(−54 kilograms)
Russia Gennady Kovalev
Russia
France Ali Hallab
France
Bulgaria Detelin Dalakliev
Bulgaria

Poland Andrzej Liczik
Poland

Featherweight
(−57 kilograms)
Germany Vitali Tajbert
Germany
France Khedafi Djelkhir
France
Belarus Mikhail Bernadski
Belarus

Georgia (country) Konstantine Kupatadze
Georgia

Lightweight
(−60 kilograms)
Bulgaria Dimitar Stilianov
Bulgaria
Turkey Selcuk Aydin
Turkey
Hungary Gyula Káté
Hungary

Italy Domenico Valentino
Italy

Light welterweight
(−64 kilograms)
Russia Alexander Maletin
Russia
Ukraine Igor Pashchuk
Ukraine
Turkey Mustafa Karagöllü
Turkey

France Willy Blain
France

Welterweight
(−69 kilograms)
Russia Oleg Saitov
Russia
France Xavier Noel
France
Azerbaijan Ruslan Khairov
Azerbaijan

Lithuania Rolandas Jasevicius
Lithuania

Middleweight
(−75 kilograms)
Russia Gaydarbek Gaydarbekov
Russia
Germany Lukas Wilaschek
Germany
Azerbaijan Javid Taghiyev
Azerbaijan

Republic of Ireland Andy Lee
Ireland

Light heavyweight
(−81 kilograms)
Russia Evgeny Makarenko
Russia
Croatia Marijo Šivolija
Croatia
Poland Alexey Kuziemski
Poland

Ukraine Andriy Fedchuk
Ukraine

Heavyweight
(−91 kilograms)
Russia Aleksandr Alekseyev
Russia
Belarus Viktor Zuyev
Belarus
Croatia Vedran Đipalo
Croatia

Turkey Ertugrul Ergezen
Turkey

Super heavyweight
(+91 kilograms)
Russia Alexander Povetkin
Russia
Italy Roberto Cammarelle
Italy
Lithuania Jaroslav Jaksto
Lithuania

Bulgaria Sergey Rozhnov
Bulgaria

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 9 0 0 9
2  Germany 1 1 1 3
3  Bulgaria 1 0 3 4
4  France 0 3 1 4
5  Italy 0 2 1 3
 Ukraine 0 2 1 3
7  Turkey 0 1 2 3
8  Croatia 0 1 1 2
 Georgia 0 1 1 2
10  Poland 0 0 3 3
11  Azerbaijan 0 0 2 2
 Hungary 0 0 2 2
 Lithuania 0 0 2 2
14  Ireland 0 0 1 1
Total 11 11 22 44

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