Boxing at the 2018 Commonwealth Games – Men's super heavyweight

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Boxing – Men's super heavyweight
at the 2018 Commonwealth Games
Boxing pictogram.svg
VenueOxenford Studios
Dates6 – 14 April 2018
Competitors10 from 10 nations
gold medal    England
silver medal    India
bronze medal    Seychelles
bronze medal    New Zealand
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The men's super heavyweight boxing competitions at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia took place between 6 and 14 April at Oxenford Studios. Super heavyweights are those who are over 91 kilograms in weight.

Like all Commonwealth boxing events, the competition was a straight single-elimination tournament. Both semifinal losers were awarded bronze medals, so no boxers competed again after their first loss. Bouts consisted of three rounds of three minutes each, with one-minute breaks between rounds. Beginning this year, the competition was scored using the "must-ten" scoring system.


The schedule is as follows:[1]

All times are Australian Eastern Standard Time (UTC+10)

Date Time Round
Friday 6 April 2018 20:17 Round of 16
Tuesday 10 April 2018 20:32 Quarter-finals
Friday 13 April 2018 21:32 Semi-finals
Saturday 14 April 2018 13:47 Final



The draw is as follows:[2]

Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
         Keddy Agnes (SEY) 4  
 Samiuela Kei (TGA) 0      Arsène Fokou Fosso (CMR) 1  
 Arsène Fokou Fosso (CMR) 5        Keddy Agnes (SEY)  
           Satish Kumar (IND) ABD  
         Satish Kumar (IND) 4  
         Nigel Paul (TTO) 1  
           Satish Kumar (IND) 0
           Frazer Clarke (ENG) 5
         Toese Vou Siutu (AUS) 0  
         Frazer Clarke (ENG) 5  
           Frazer Clarke (ENG) 3  
 Patrick Mailata (NZL) 5        Patrick Mailata (NZL) 2  
 Mitchell Barton (SCO) 0      Patrick Mailata (NZL) 5      
         Stephen McMonagle (NIR) 0      


  1. ^ "Boxing - Daily Schedule". Gold Coast 2018. Retrieved 4 April 2018.
  2. ^ "Boxing Men's Super Heavy (+91kg) Draw Sheet" (PDF). Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Organizing Committee (GOLDOC). 3 April 2018. Retrieved 4 April 2018.