Boxing at the 1964 Summer Olympics – Flyweight

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Boxing at the
1964 Summer Olympics
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The flyweight class in the boxing at the 1964 Summer Olympics competition was the lightest class. Flyweights were limited to those boxers weighing less than 51 kilograms. The competition was held from October 12, 1964, to October 23, 1964.

28 boxers from 28 nations competed.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
 Fernando Atzori (ITA)  Artur Olech (POL)  Robert Carmody (USA)
 Stanislav Sorokin (URS)

Results[edit]

Round of 32
October 12
Round of 16
October 16
Quarterfinals
October 19
Semifinals
October 21
Final
October 23
      
           Otto Babiasch (EUA) 3  
           Shuta Yoshino (JPN) 2  
             Otto Babiasch (EUA) 1  
           Robert Carmody (USA) 4  
           Robert Carmody (USA) W  
           Thapa Namsing (NEP) RSC  
             Robert Carmody (USA) 1  
  Rafael Carbonell (CUB) 0       Fernando Atzori (ITA) 4  
  John McCafferty (IRL) 5       John McCafferty (IRL) 3  
  Jumaat Ibrahim (MAS) L       Sulley Shittu (GHA) 2  
  Sulley Shittu (GHA) KO       John McCafferty (IRL) 0
  Fernando Atzori (ITA) 5       Fernando Atzori (ITA) 5  
  Mahmoud Mersal (EGY) 0       Fernando Atzori (ITA) 5  
  Luis Romo (ARG) L       Darryl Norwood (AUS) 0  
  Darryl Norwood (AUS) KO         Fernando Atzori (ITA) 4
  Veerapan Komolsen (THA) 1       Artur Olech (POL) 1
  John McCluskey (GBR) 4       John McCluskey (GBR) RSC
  Maung Bawa (BIR) DQ       Stanislav Sorokin (URS) W  
  Stanislav Sorokin (URS) W       Stanislav Sorokin (URS) W
  Nasser Aghaei (IRI) DQ       Choh Dong-Kih (KOR) DQ  
  Choh Dong-Kih (KOR) W       Choh Dong-Kih (KOR) 5  
  Dominador Calumarde (PHI) KO       Dominador Calumarde (PHI) 0  
  Wang Chi-Ying (ROC) L       Stanislav Sorokin (URS) DNS  
  John Henry (CAN) RSC       Artur Olech (POL) W  
  Constantin Ciucă (ROU) W       Constantin Ciucă (ROU) 5       
  Winston van Cuylenburg (CEY) W       Winston van Cuylenburg (CEY) 0       
  Lee Kam-Wah (HKG) RSC       Constantin Ciucă (ROU) 0
  John Kamau (KEN) 3       Artur Olech (POL) 5  
  Tibor Papp (HUN) 2       John Kamau (KEN) 0
  Artur Olech (POL) 3       Artur Olech (POL) 5  
  Stefan Panayotov (BUL) 2  

Sources[edit]

Tokyo Organizing Committee (1964). The Games of the XVIII Olympiad: Tokyo 1964, vol. 2.