The 2020 Olympic Boxing Medallists


An incredible 2020 Olympic Games has come to an end for boxers in Tokyo, Japan.

After weeks of elite level amateur boxing from countries worldwide, Olympic champions were crowned and medals were earned across eight men’s and five women’s weight divisions.

In what was an event steeped with inspiring top-of-the-podium victories and eye-catching performances in the ring, the best amateur fighters in the world put on a spectacle and raised the profile of the sport to a new level.

Cuba dominated the medal haul, including four Golds, while Great Britain followed in second place in the overall podium triumphs.

Here are all of the 2020 Olympic Boxing medal winners and talented fighters to keep an eye on in the paid ranks or at the next Paris 2024 Games.

Gold Medal Winners

Galal Yafai secured a historic Gold medal in Tokyo (Image: GB Boxing).

Galal Yafai - Men’s Flyweight Gold (Great Britain)

Albert Batyrgaziev - Men’s Featherweight Gold (Russia)

Andy Cruz - Men’s Lightweight Gold (Cuba)

Roniel Iglesias - Men’s Welterweight Gold (Cuba)

Hebert Conceicao - Men’s Middleweight Gold (Brazil)

Arlen Lopez - Men’s Light-Heavyweight Gold (Cuba)

Julio Cesar La Cruz - Men’s Heavyweight Gold (Cuba)

Bakhodir Jalolov - Men’s Super-Heavyweight (Uzbekistan)

Kellie Harrington with a historic victory in Japan for Ireland (Image: SportsFile).

Stoyka Krasteva - Women’s Flyweight Gold (Bulgaria)

Sena Irie - Women’s Featherweight Gold (Japan)

Kellie Harrington - Women’s Lightweight Gold (Ireland)

Busenaz Surmeneli - Women’s Welterweight Gold (Turkey)

Lauren Price - Women’s Middleweight Gold (Great Britain)

Silver Medallists

Pat McCormack earned Silver in his Olympics campaign (Image: GB Boxing).

Carlo Paalam - Men’s Flyweight Silver (Philippines)

Duke Ragan - Men’s Featherweight Silver (USA)

Keyshawn Davis - Men’s Lightweight Silver (USA)

Pat McCormack - Men’s Welterweight Silver (Great Britain)

Oleksandr Khyzhniak - Men’s Middleweight Silver (Ukraine)

Ben Whittaker - Men’s Light-Heavyweight Silver (Great Britain)

Muslim Gadzhimagomedov - Men’s Heavyweight Silver (Russia)

Richard Torrez Jr. - Men’s Super-Heavyweight Silver (USA)

Nesthy Petecio made history with Silver success (Image: Getty).

Buse Naz Cakıroglu - Women’s Flyweight Silver (Turkey)

Nesthy Petecio - Women’s Featherweight Silver (Philippines)

Beatriz Ferreira - Women’s Lightweight Silver (Brazil)

Gu Hong - Women’s Welterweight Silver (China)

Li Qian - Women’s Middleweight Silver (China)

Bronze Medallists

Aidan Walsh came away with Bronze for Ireland (Image: SportsFile).

Saken Bibossinov - Men’s Flyweight Bronze (Kazakhstan)

Ryomei Tanaka - Men’s Flyweight Bronze (Japan)

Lazaro Alvarez - Men’s Featherweight Bronze (Cuba)

Samuel Takyi - Men’s Featherweight Bronze (Ghana)

Harry Garside - Men’s Lightweight Bronze (Australia)

Hovhannes Bachkov - Men’s Lightweight Bronze (Armenia)

Aidan Walsh - Men’s Welterweight Bronze (Ireland)

Andrey Zamkovoy - Men’s Welterweight Bronze (Russia)

Gleb Bakshi - Men’s Middleweight Bronze (Russia)

Eumir Marcial -  Men’s Middleweight Bronze (Philippines)

Loren Alfonso - Men’s Light-Heavyweight Bronze (Azerbaijan)

Imam Khataev - Men’s Light-Heavyweight Bronze (Russia)

Abner Teixeira - Men’s Heavyweight Bronze (Brazil)

David Nyika - Men’s Heavyweight Bronze (New Zealand)

Frazer Clarke - Men’s Super-Heavyweight Bronze (Great Britain)

Kamshybek Kunkabayev - Men’s Super-Heavyweight Bronze (Kazakhstan)

Karriss Artingsall won a Bronze medal for Team GB (Image: GB Boxing).

Tsukimi Namiki - Women’s Flyweight Bronze (Japan)

Huang Hsiao-wen - Women’s Flyweight Bronze (Chinese Taipei)

Karriss Artingstall - Women’s Featherweight Bronze (Great Britain)

Irma Testa - Women’s Featherweight Bronze (Italy)

Sudaporn Seesondee - Women’s Lightweight Bronze (Thailand)

Mira Potkonen - Women’s Lightweight Bronze (Finland)

Lovlina Borgohain - Women’s Welterweight Bronze (India)

Oshae Jones - Women’s Welterweight Bronze (USA)

Nouchka Fontijn - Women’s Middleweight Bronze (Netherlands)

Zemfira Magomedalieva - Women’s Middleweight Bronze (Russia)

Header image: AP