Constantin Dumitrescu

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Constantin Dumitrescu
Constantin Dumitrescu 1950s.jpg
Personal information
Born 14 March 1931 (1931-03-14) (age 86)
Bucharest, Romania
Sport Boxing
Club Dinamo Bucharest[1]
Coached by Constantin Nour[2]

Constantin "Titi" Dumitrescu (born 14 March 1931) is a retired light-welterweight boxer from Romania. He won five consecutive national titles in 1955–1959[2] and a bronze medal at the 1956 Olympics.[3]

Dumitrescu took up boxing in 1946 under the guidance of his father George Dumitrescu.[1] He announced his retirement right after winning his last national title in 1959. On the next day he was hired as a boxing coach and kept that job until 1985, raising 80 national champions.[1][2]


  1. ^ a b c Constantin Dumitrescu. Romanian Olympic Committee
  2. ^ a b c Ultimul mușchetar. (27 June 2013)
  3. ^ "Constantin Dumitrescu". May 29, 2011.