Boxing at the 1924 Summer Olympics – Men's lightweight

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Lightweight boxing
at the Games of the VIII Olympiad
Venue Vélodrome d'hiver
Dates July 16–20
Competitors 30 from 22 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Hans Jacob Nielsen
 Denmark
2nd, silver medalist(s) Alfredo Copello
 Argentina
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Frederick Boylstein
 United States
← 1920
1928 →

The men's lightweight event was part of the boxing programme at the 1924 Summer Olympics. The weight class was the fourth-lightest contested, and allowed boxers of up to 135.5 pounds (61.2 kilograms). The competition was held from July 16, 1924 to July 20, 1924.

30 boxers from 22 nations competed.

Results[edit]

Boxing at the
1924 Summer Olympics
Boxing pictogram.svg
Flyweight   men
Bantamweight men
Featherweight men
Lightweight men
Welterweight men
Middleweight men
Light heavyweight men
Heavyweight men
Round of 32
July 16
Round of 16
July 17
Quarterfinals
July 18
Semifinals
July 19
Final
July 20
 Hans Jacob Nielsen (DEN) PTS  
 Zorobabel Rodríguez (CHI) L      Hans Jacob Nielsen (DEN) PTS  
 Richard Savignac (FRA) PTS      Richard Savignac (FRA) L  
 Ferdinando De Petrillo (ITA) L        Hans Jacob Nielsen (DEN) PTS  
 Haakon Hansen (NOR) PTS      Haakon Hansen (NOR) L  
 Anton Eichholzer (AUT) L      Haakon Hansen (NOR) PTS  
 Charles Petersen (DEN) PTS      Charles Petersen (DEN) L  
 Grégoire Laurent (LUX) L        Hans Jacob Nielsen (DEN) PTS  
         Frederick Boylstein (USA) L  
         Frederick Boylstein (USA) PTS  
         George Shorter (GBR) L  
         Frederick Boylstein (USA) PTS
 Alfred Genon (BEL) PTS      Alfred Genon (BEL) L  
 Béla Lőwig (HUN) L      Alfred Genon (BEL) PTS  
 Charles Sinclair (AUS) PTS      Colin Sinclair (AUS) L  
 Huub Huizenaar (NED) L        Hans Jacob Nielsen (DEN) PTS
 Jean Tholey (FRA) PTS      Alfredo Copello (ARG) L
 Charlie Purdy (NZL) L      Jean Tholey (FRA) PTS
 Jorge Nicolares (URU) PTS      Jorge Nicolares (URU) L  
 Ernests Gutmans (LAT) L      Jean Tholey (FRA) PTS
 Dick Beland (RSA) PTS      Dick Beland (RSA) L  
 Kristoffer Nilsen (NOR) L      Dick Beland (RSA) PTS  
 Vicente Valdero (ESP) PTS      Vicente Valdero (ESP) L  
 Mario Reilly (ARG) L      Jean Tholey (FRA) L   Bronze medal bout
 Alfredo Copello (ARG) PTS      Alfredo Copello (ARG) PTS  
 Walter White[1] (GBR) L      Alfredo Copello (ARG) PTS    Frederick Boylstein (USA) PTS
 Luigi Marfut (ITA) PTS      Luigi Marfut (ITA) L    Jean Tholey (FRA) L
 Michel Haddad (EGY) L      Alfredo Copello (ARG) W
 Ben Rothwell (USA) KO2      Ben Rothwell (USA) DQ2  
 James Kelleher (IRL) L      Ben Rothwell (USA) PTS
 Chris Graham (CAN) PTS      Chris Graham (CAN) L  
 Liberto Corney (URU) L  

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-05-28. Retrieved 2014-06-10. 

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