Boxing at the 2018 Commonwealth Games

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Boxing
at the 2018 Commonwealth Games
Boxing 2018 Commonwealth Games.svg
Venue Oxenford Studios
Dates 5–14 April 2018
Competitors 217 from 48 nations
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Boxing at the 2018 Commonwealth Games is scheduled to be held at the Oxenford Studios in the Gold Coast, Australia from April 5th to 14th.[1][2]

A total of 16 events are scheduled to be held, 10 for men and six for women. Additional women's events were added by the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) to get to a gender equal amount of events overall for men and women.[3][4]

Medal table[edit]

Key

  *   Host nation (Australia)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 England (ENG)6129
2 India (IND)3339
3 Australia (AUS)*3238
4 Wales (WAL)2114
5 New Zealand (NZL)1045
6 Namibia (NAM)1001
7 Northern Ireland (NIR)0628
8 Canada (CAN)0156
9 Cameroon (CMR)0101
 Samoa (SAM)0101
11 Sri Lanka (SRI)0033
12 Nigeria (NGR)0022
 Scotland (SCO)0022
14 Fiji (FIJ)0011
 Ghana (GHA)0011
 Kenya (KEN)0011
 Seychelles (SEY)0011
 Uganda (UGA)0011
Totals (18 nations)16163264

Medallists[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
49 kg
details
Galal Yafai
 England
Amit Panghal
 India
Thiwanka Ranasinghe
 Sri Lanka
Juma Miiro
 Uganda
52 kg
details
Gaurav Solanki
 India
Brendan Irvine
 Northern Ireland
Reece McFadden
 Scotland
Vidanalange Bandara
 Sri Lanka
56 kg
details
Peter McGrail
 England
Kurt Walker
 Northern Ireland
Eric Basran
 Canada
Hussamuddin Mohammed
 India
60 kg
details
Harry Garside
 Australia
Manish Kaushik
 India
James McGivern
 Northern Ireland
Michael McDonagh
 Wales
64 kg
details
Jonas Jonas
 Namibia
Thomas Blumenfeld
 Canada
Luke McCormack
 England
Jesse Lartey
 Ghana
69 kg
details
Pat McCormack
 England
Aidan Walsh
 Northern Ireland
Winston Hill
 Fiji
Manoj Kumar
 India
75 kg
details
Vikas Krishan Yadav
 India
Wilfried Ntsengue
 Cameroon
Steven Donnelly
 Northern Ireland
John Docherty
 Scotland
81 kg
details
Sammy Lee
 Wales
Ato Plodzicki-Faoagali
 Samoa
Clay Waterman
 Australia
Harley O'Reilly
 Canada
91 kg
details
David Nyika
 New Zealand
Jason Whateley
 Australia
Naman Tanwar
 India
Cheavon Clarke
 England
+91 kg
details
Frazer Clarke
 England
Satish Kumar
 India
Keddy Agnes
 Seychelles
Patrick Mailata
 New Zealand

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg
details
Mary Kom
 India
Kristina O'Hara
 Northern Ireland
Anusha Koddithuwakku
 Sri Lanka
Tasmyn Benny
 New Zealand
51 kg
details
Lisa Whiteside
 England
Carly McNaul
 Northern Ireland
Taylah Robertson
 Australia
Christine Ongare
 Kenya
57 kg
details
Skye Nicolson
 Australia
Michaela Walsh
 Northern Ireland
Alexis Pritchard
 New Zealand
Sabrina Aubin-Boucher
 Canada
60 kg
details
Anja Stridsman
 Australia
Paige Murney
 England
Troy Garton
 New Zealand
Yetunde Odunuga
 Nigeria
69 kg
details
Sandy Ryan
 England
Rosie Eccles
 Wales
Kaye Scott
 Australia
Marie-Jeanne Parent
 Canada
75 kg
details
Lauren Price
 Wales
Caitlin Parker
 Australia
Millicent Agboegbulem
 Nigeria
Tammara Thibeault
 Canada

Participating nations[edit]

There are 48 participating nations in boxing with a total of 217 athletes. The number of athletes a nation entered is in parentheses beside the name of the country.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Official Ticketing Guide" (PDF). www.gc2018.com/. Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation. Retrieved 9 June 2017.
  2. ^ "Venues". www.gc2018.com/. Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation. Retrieved 9 June 2017.
  3. ^ "Level playing field for women at 2018 Commonwealth Games". The Scotsman. Edinburgh, Scotland. 7 October 2016. Retrieved 7 October 2016.
  4. ^ McKay, Duncan (7 October 2016). "Gold Coast 2018 to offer same amount of medals for men and women after seven events added". Insidethegames.biz. Dunsar Media. Retrieved 7 October 2016.

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