Sergei Sivko

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Sergei Sivko
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Personal information
Born 7 June 1940
Tula, Russia
Died 10 November 1966 (aged 26)
Moscow, Russia
Sport Boxing
Club Trudovye Rezervy

Sergey Aleksandrovich Sivko (Russian: Сергей Александрович Сивко, 7 June 1940 – 10 November 1966) was a Russian amateur boxer. In 1960 he won the Soviet flyweight title and an Olympic silver medal. Next year he moved to the bantamweight division and won the Soviet and European titles. He died aged 26 in 1966. Since 1975, an annual boxing tournament has been held in his honor in Moscow.[1]


  1. ^ Sergei Sivko. Sports-reference