Carlo Orlandi

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Carlo Orlandi
Born23 April 1910
Milan, Italy
Died29 July 1983 (aged 73)
Milan, Italy
Weight(s)Lightweight, welterweight
Boxing record
Total fights127
Wins by KO12
Medal record
Representing  Italy
Olympic Games
Gold medal – first place 1928 Amsterdam Lightweight

Carlo Orlandi (23 April 1910 – 29 July 1983) was an Italian boxer who won a gold medal at the 1928 Olympics.[1][2] In 1929 Orlandi turned professional. During the 1930s Orlandi held both the Italian and European lightweight titles. He then won the Italian welterweight title in 1941 and retired in 1944. Orlandi was deaf.[3]

Olympic boxing record[edit]

Here is the Olympic boxing record of Carlo Orlandi, who competed for Italy in the lightweight division of the 1928 Olympic boxing tournament:

  • Round of 32: bye
  • Round of 16: defeated Roberto Sanz of Spain by decision
  • Quarterfinal: defeated Cecil Bissett of Rhodesia by a first-round knockout
  • Semifinal: defeated Hans Jacob Nielsen of Denmark by decision
  • Final: defeated Stephen Halaiko of the United States by decision (won gold medal)


  1. ^ Carlo Orlandi.
  2. ^ "Carlo ORLANDI - Olympic Boxing | Italy". International Olympic Committee. 14 June 2016. Retrieved 8 September 2017.
  3. ^ Boxing record for Carlo Orlandi from BoxRec (registration required)