Rick Duff

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Rick Duff (born June 21, 1964 in Camrose, Alberta) is a retired boxer from Canada, who competed for his country as a middleweight (– 75 kg) at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California.[1] He defeated the Australian Brendon Cannon in the first round, but was defeated in the second round of the men's division by South Korea's eventual gold medalist Shin Joon-Sup.[2]

1984 Canadian Olympic box-offs[edit]

The box-offs took place during the 1984 Canadian National Junior Boxing Championships at the British Columbia Amateur Boxing Training Centre in Burnaby, BC, May 25 to 27; where Rick Duff defeated Darrell Flint, and won a spot on the Canadian Olympic Boxing Team.[3]

Rick is currently coaching amateur Boxing in Lethbridge, Alberta.


  1. ^ "Athletes - Rick Duff - Rick Duff (right), Los Angeles 1984". Canadian Olympic Committee. Retrieved 27 October 2010. 
  2. ^ "Lewis Ready for Biggs". The Leader-Post. 4 August 1984. Retrieved 27 October 2010. 
  3. ^ BC Amateur Boxing News., editor Brian W. Zelley, June 1984

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