Boxing at the 1936 Summer Olympics – Lightweight

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The men's lightweight event was part of the boxing programme at the 1936 Summer Olympics. The weight class was the fourth-lightest contested, and allowed boxers of up to 135 pounds (61.2 kilograms). The competition was held from Tuesday, August 11, 1936 to Saturday, August 15, 1936. Twenty-six boxers from 26 nations competed.[1]

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Imre Harangi
 Hungary
Nikolai Stepulov
 Estonia
Erik Ågren
 Sweden

Results[edit]

Round of 32
August 11
Round of 16
August 12
Quarterfinals
August 13
Semifinals
August 14
Final
August 15
 Lidoro Oliver (ARG) PTS
 Norman Fisher (NZL) L
 Lidoro Oliver (ARG) L
 Poul Kops (DEN) PTS
 Poul Kops (DEN) PTS
 Ragnar Haugen (NOR) L
 Poul Kops (DEN) L
 Imre Harangi (HUN) PTS
 Imre Harangi (HUN) PTS
 Robert Seidel (SUI) L
 Imre Harangi (HUN) PTS
 José Padilla (PHI) PTS  José Padilla, Jr. (PHI) L
 Karl Schmedes (GER) L  José Padilla, Jr. (PHI) PTS
 Czesław Cyraniak (POL) PTS  Czesław Cyraniak (POL) L
 François Aupetit (FRA) L  Imre Harangi (HUN) PTS
 Nikolai Stepulov (EST) PTS  Nikolai Stepulov (EST) L
 André Wollscheidt (LUX) L  Nikolai Stepulov (EST) PTS
 Hidekichi Nagamatsu (JPN) W  Hidekichi Nagamatsu (JPN) L
 Jan Chytrý (TCH) DIS2  Nikolai Stepulov (EST) PTS
 Carlos Lillo (CHI) PTS  Carlos Lillo (CHI) L
 Thomas Hamilton-Brown (RSA) L  Carlos Lillo (CHI) PTS
 Kosta Hakim (EGY) PTS  Kosta Hakim (EGY) L
 André Rasenberg (NED) L  Nikolai Stepulov (EST) PTS Bronze medal bout
 Simon Dewinter (BEL) W  Erik Ågren (SWE) L
 Alois Swatosch (AUT) KO1  Simon Dewinter (BEL) L  Erik Ågren (SWE) wo
 Andy Scrivani (USA) PTS  Andy Scrivani (USA) PTS  Poul Kops (DEN)
 Frederick Simpson (GBR) L  Andy Scrivani (USA) L
 Marino Facchin (ITA) PTS  Erik Ågren (SWE) PTS
 Constantin David (ROU) L  Marino Facchin (ITA) L
 Erik Ågren (SWE) PTS  Erik Ågren (SWE) PTS
 Lorenzo Delgado (MEX) L

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Boxing at the 1936 Berlin Summer Games: Men's Lightweight". Sports Reference. Retrieved 9 November 2018.

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