Boxing at the 1924 Summer Olympics – Men's bantamweight

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Bantamweight boxing
at the Games of the VIII Olympiad
Venue Vélodrome d'hiver
Dates July 15–20
Competitors 21 from 15 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) William Smith
 South Africa
2nd, silver medalist(s) Salvatore Tripoli
 United States
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Jean Ces
 France
← 1920
1928 →

The men's bantamweight event was part of the boxing programme at the 1924 Summer Olympics. The weight class was the second-lightest contested, and allowed boxers of up to 118 pounds (53.5 kilograms). The competition was held from July 15, 1924, to July 20, 1924.

21 boxers from 15 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 15
Round of 16
July 16
Quarterfinals
July 18
Semifinals
July 19
Final
July 20
     
         William H. Smith (RSA) PTS  
         Harry Wolff (SWE) L  
           William H. Smith (RSA) PTS  
         Jacques Lemouton (FRA) L  
         Jacques Lemouton (FRA) PTS  
         José Pastor (ESP) L  
           William H. Smith (RSA) PTS  
         Jean Ces (FRA) L  
         Alf Barber (GBR) PTS  
         Arij Smit (NED) L  
         Alf Barber (GBR) L
 Jean Ces (FRA) PTS      Jean Ces (FRA) PTS  
 Domenico Bernasconi (ITA) L      Jean Ces (FRA) PTS  
 François Sybille (BEL) PTS      François Sybille (BEL) L  
 Franz Barta (AUT) L        William H. Smith (RSA) PTS
         Salvatore Tripoli (USA) L
         Antonio Sánchez (ESP) PTS
         Johann Weidel (SUI) L  
         Antonio Sánchez (ESP) L
         Oscar Andrén (SWE) PTS  
         Oscar Andrén (SWE) W  
 Oscar Andrén (SWE) PTS      Joseph Lazarus (USA) DQ2  
 Mario González (URU) L      Oscar Andrén (SWE) L   Bronze medal bout
         Salvatore Tripoli (USA) PTS  
         Robert Hilliard (IRL) L    Jean Ces (FRA) PTS
 Benjamín Pertuzzo (ARG) PTS      Benjamín Pertuzzo (ARG) PTS    Oscar Andrén (SWE) L
 Armando Ricciardi (ITA) L      Benjamín Pertuzzo (ARG) L
 Salvatore Tripoli (USA) PTS      Salvatore Tripoli (USA) PTS  
 Carlos Usaveaga (CHI) L      Salvatore Tripoli (USA) PTS
         Les Tarrant (GBR) L  
     

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