|Born||June 19, 1946|
|Died||April 19, 2000(aged 53)|
|Revised Romanization||Jang Gyu-cheol|
|Revised Romanization||Jang Sun-gil|
Chang Kyou-chul, born Chang Sun-gil (June 19, 1946 – April 19, 2000), was an Olympic boxing bronze medalist from South Korea.
He won the bronze medal in the bantamweight category at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City. Chang defeated 1967 European Championship bronze medalist Nikola Savov in the round of 16 and 1959 European Champion Horst Rascher in the quarterfinals. In the semifinals, Chang faced Eridadi Mukwanga of Uganda and knocked him down in the second round but lost by a split decision.
|1968 Olympic Games|
|Third||Win||Nikola Savov||RSC 3|
Chang turned pro in 1970 but had limited success.
In his third pro bout, Chang received his first loss after facing future two-time World Champion Hong Soo-hwan. In 1971 however, he captured the OPBF Super Bantamweight title with a win over Koichi Okada. In 1973, Chang faced off against WBA Bantamweight World Champion Romeo Anaya in a non-title bout in Tijuana, Mexico but was knocked out in the 8th round. He lost the OPBF champion belt in 1974 to future WBC Super Bantamweight Champion Yum Dong-kyun and retired later that year.
- "張淳吉,2回戰에 밴텀級서判定勝" [Chang Sun-gil wins in bantamweight second round by decision]. Maeil Business Newspaper. 1968-10-14. Retrieved 2014-07-04.
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