Carlo Saraudi

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Carlo Saraudi
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Personal information
Born 4 February 1899
Civitavecchia, Italy
Died 22 November 1973 (aged 74)
Civitavecchia, Italy
Sport
Sport Boxing

Carlo Saraudi (4 February 1899 – 22 November 1973)[1] was an Italian boxer. He competed at the 1924 Summer Olympics in the light heavyweight division. He lost the semifinal to Harry Mitchell,[2] but did not compete for the bronze medal because the Italian Boxing Federation withdrew its athletes in a protest against the tournaments earlier referee decisions; thus Saraudi ended up in the fourth place.[3][4]

In 1926–1932 he fought five bouts as a professional, winning three, losing one and drawing one.[5] He later trained his sons Giulio and Vittorio, who both became elite light-heavyweight boxers.[6][7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Carlo Saraudi. sportenote.com
  2. ^ Carlo Saraudi. sports-reference.com
  3. ^ Article in Hamar Arbeiderblad 15 August 2008 about Sverre Sørsdal, "Hamar's forgotten boxer".
  4. ^ Boxing at the 1924 Paris Summer Games: Men's Light-Heavyweight. sports-reference.com
  5. ^ Carlo Saraudi. boxrec.com
  6. ^ Vittorio Saraudi. boxrec.com
  7. ^ Giulio Saraudi. sports-reference.com

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