Kim Jung-joo

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Kim Jung-joo
Medal record
Men's Boxing
Representing  South Korea
Olympic Games
Bronze medal – third place 2004 Athens Welterweight
Bronze medal – third place 2008 Beijing Welterweight
Asian Games
Gold medal – first place 2002 Busan Welterweight
Asian Amateur Championships
Gold medal – first place 2004 Puerto Princesa Welterweight
Kim Jung-joo
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Gim Jeong-ju
McCune–Reischauer Kim Chŏng-chu

Kim Jung-Joo (Hangul: 김정주, Hanja: 金貞柱) (born November 11, 1981 in Jinju, Gyeongsangnam-do, South Korea) is a South Korean amateur boxer who won welterweight bronze medals at the 2004 Summer Olympics and 2008 Summer Olympics.

Kim received a Master's degree in physical education from Sangji University in South Korea.

Career[edit]

He won a gold medal in welterweight at the 2002 Asian Games, beating Non Boonjumnong in the semifinals. Kim qualified for the Athens Games by winning the gold medal at the 2004 Asian Amateur Boxing Championships in Puerto Princesa, Philippines. In the final he defeated Uzbekistan's Sherzod Husanov.

He did not compete at the 2005 and 2007 world championships and was beaten in the first round at the 2006 Asian Games by Angkhan Chomphuphuang. He easily qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics, though, by beating Davran Khabirov and Dilshod Mahmudov.

Results[edit]

2003 World Championships

Event Round Result Opponent Score
Welterweight First bye
Second Win Finland Jari Fyhr 25-11
Third Loss Kazakhstan Bakhtiyar Artayev 10-29

2004 Summer Olympics

Event Round Result Opponent Score
Welterweight First bye
Second Win Moldova Vitalie Gruşac 23-20
Quarterfinal Win Colombia Juan Camilo Novoa 25-23
Semifinal Loss Cuba Lorenzo Aragon 10-38

2008 Summer Olympics

Event Round Result Opponent Score
Welterweight First Win Germany Jack Culcay-Keth 11(+)-11
Second Win United States Virgin Islands John Jackson 10-0
Quarterfinal Win United States Demetrius Andrade 11-9
Semifinal Loss Kazakhstan Bakhyt Sarsekbayev 6-10

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