Boxing at the 1928 Summer Olympics – Men's middleweight

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Men's middleweight boxing
at the Games of the IX Olympiad
Venue Krachtsportgebouw
Date August 7–11
Competitors 17 from 17 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Piero Toscani  Italy
2nd, silver medalist(s) Jan Heřmánek  Czechoslovakia
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Léonard Steyaert  Belgium
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Boxing at the
1928 Summer Olympics
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Flyweight   men
Bantamweight men
Featherweight men
Lightweight men
Welterweight men
Middleweight men
Light heavyweight men
Heavyweight men

The men's middleweight event was part of the boxing programme at the 1928 Summer Olympics. The weight class was the third-heaviest contested, and allowed boxers of up to 160 pounds (72.6 kilograms). The competition was held from Tuesday, August 7, 1928 to Saturday, August 11, 1928.

Results[edit]

Round of 32
August 7
Round of 16
August 8
Quarterfinals
August 9
Semifinals
August 10
Final
August 11
     
         Jan Heřmánek (TCH) PTS  
         Georges Pixius (LUX) L  
           Jan Heřmánek (TCH) PTS  
         Harry Henderson (USA) L  
         Harry Henderson (USA) PTS  
         César Campuzano (ESP) L  
           Jan Heřmánek (TCH) PTS  
         Fred Mallin (GBR) L  
         Fred Mallin (GBR) PTS  
         Jerzy Snoppek (POL) L  
         Fred Mallin (GBR) PTS
         Humberto Curi (ARG) L  
         Humberto Curi (ARG) PTS  
         Michel Langlet (FRA) L  
           Jan Heřmánek (TCH) L
         Piero Toscani (ITA) PTS
         Piero Toscani (ITA) PTS
         Ingvard Ludvigsen (DEN) L  
         Piero Toscani (ITA) PTS
         Oscar Kjällander (SWE) L  
         Oscar Kjällander (SWE) PTS  
         Honoré Chevrier (CAN) L  
         Piero Toscani (ITA) PTS   Bronze medal bout
         Léonard Steyaert (BEL) L  
         John Chase (IRL) PTS    Léonard Steyaert (BEL) PTS
         Alf Wilson (RSA) L    Fred Mallin (GBR) L
         John Chase (IRL) L
         Léonard Steyaert (BEL) PTS  
         Léonard Steyaert (BEL) PTS
 Albert Leidmann (GER) PTS      Albert Leidmann (GER) L  
 Georgios Kaldis (GRE) L  

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