Karel Miljon (left) in 1924
|Representing the Netherlands|
|1928 Amsterdam||Light heavyweight|
Karel Leendert Miljon (17 September 1903, Amsterdam – 8 February 1984, Bennebroek) was a Dutch boxer, who won the bronze medal in the light heavyweight division at the 1928 Summer Olympics in Amsterdam.
Miljon won the Dutch title eleven times, and also participated in the 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris, where he was eliminated in the first round of the light heavyweight competition after losing his fight against the upcoming gold medalist Harry Mitchell.
1928 (as a Light heavyweight)
- Defeated Emil Johansson (Sweden) points
- Defeated Alfred Jackson (Great Britain) points
- Lost to Ernst Pistulla (Germany) points
- Defeated Don McCorkindale (South Africa) points, in bronze medal match
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