Boxing at the 1936 Summer Olympics – Men's middleweight

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Boxing at the
1936 Summer Olympics
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The men's middleweight event was part of the boxing programme at the 1936 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 11, 1936, to Saturday, August 15, 1936.

Nineteen boxers from 19 nations competed.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
Jean Despeaux
 France
Henry Tiller
 Norway
Raúl Villarreal
 Argentina

Results[edit]

Round of 32
August 11
Round of 16
August 12
Quarterfinals
August 13
Semifinals
August 14
Final
August 15
      
           Raúl Villarreal (ARG) PTS  
           Hans Zehetmayer (AUT) L  
             Raúl Villarreal (ARG) PTS  
           Tin Dekkers (NED) L  
           Tin Dekkers (NED) PTS  
           Gunnar Andreasen (DEN) L  
             Raúl Villarreal (ARG) L  
           Jean Despeaux (FRA) PTS  
           Josef Hrubeš (TCH) PTS  
           Lajos Szigeti (HUN) L  
           Josef Hrubeš (TCH) L
           Jean Despeaux (FRA) PTS  
           Jean Despeaux (FRA) PTS  
           Juan Bregaliano (URU) L  
             Jean Despeaux (FRA) PTS
           Henry Tiller (NOR) L
           Jimmy Clark (USA) PTS
           Bruno Ahlberg (FIN) L  
           Jimmy Clark (USA) L
           Henryk Chmielewski (POL) PTS  
           Henryk Chmielewski (POL) PTS  
           Jean De Schryver (BEL) L  
           Henryk Chmielewski (POL) L   Bronze medal bout
           Henry Tiller (NOR) PTS  
           Benito Totti (ITA) L     Villarreal (ARG) wo
  Adolf Baumgarten (GER) PTS       Adolf Baumgarten (GER) PTS     Chmielewski (POL) -
  Alfred Flury (SUI) L       Adolf Baumgarten (GER) L
  Henry Tiller (NOR) PTS       Henry Tiller (NOR) PTS  
  Edward Peltz (RSA) L       Henry Tiller (NOR) PTS
  Richard Shrimpton (GBR) W       Richard Shrimpton (GBR) L  
  Chin Kuai-Ti (ROC) KO1  

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