Zvonimir Vujin

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Zvonimir Vujin
Zvonimir Vujin 1972b.jpg
Vujin in 1972
Personal information
Born(1943-07-23)July 23, 1943
Zrenjanin, Serbia
DiedDecember 8, 2019(2019-12-08) (aged 76)
Zrenjanin, Serbia
Height167 cm (5 ft 6 in)
Sport
SportBoxing
ClubBK Banat Zrenjanin

Zvonimir "Zvonko" Vujin (23 July 1943 – 8 December 2019) was a Serbian amateur boxer. He competed in the 1968 and 1972 Olympics for Yugoslavia and won bronze medals on both occasions.[1] In 1967 he won a silver medal at the European championships and a gold at the Mediterranean Games. He died on 8 December 2019 in his hometown, Zrenjanin[2].

1968 Olympic results[edit]

Below is the Olympic record of Zvonimir Vujin, a Yugoslavian lightweight boxer who competed at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics:

  • Round of 64: bye
  • Round of 32: defeated Peter Rieger (East Germany) by decision, 3-2
  • Round of 16: defeated Valery Belousov (Soviet Union) by decision, 5-0
  • Quarterfinal: defeated Luis Minami (Peru) by decision, 5-0
  • Semifinal: lost to Josef Grudzien (Poland) by decision, 0-5 (was awarded bronze medal)

1972 Olympic results[edit]

Below is the Olympic record of Zvonimir Vujin, a Yugoslavian light welterweight boxer who competed at the 1972 Munich Olympics:

  • Round of 32: defeated Robert Mwakosya (Tanzania) by a second-round TKO
  • Round of 16: defeated Sodnom Gombo (Mongolia) by decision, 3-2
  • Quarterfinal: defeated Graham Moughton (Great Britain) by decision, 5-0
  • Semifinal: lost to Ray Seales (United States) by decision, 0-5 (was awarded bronze medal)

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