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- For the American pirate captain, see Robert Colley (pirate).
Robert Charles Colley (born 10 November 1954 in Christchurch) is a retired boxer from New Zealand who won the bronze medal in the Lightweight (-60 kg) division at the 1974 Commonwealth Games in his home town. He also competed at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, where he was eliminated in the first round of the Light-Welterweight (-64 kg) division by Valery Limasov from the Soviet Union.
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