After placing ninth in the light-flyweight division at the 1984 Olympics, Yehuda Ben Haim finished sixth at the 1986 World Championships and was thought to have a shot at a medal at the 1988 Olympics. However, the draw saw him required to fight on Yom Kippur, and he withdrew from the event on religious reasons. He died fairly young after a long illness.
|1984 Summer||28||Los Angeles||Boxing||Men's Light-Flyweight||Israel||ISR||9T|
|1984 Summer||28||Los Angeles||Boxing||Israel||ISR||Round Two||Match #7||2||1984-08-04||Lyon (GBR) , Ben Haim (ISR)||0||58||56||55||54||56||279|
|1984 Summer||28||Los Angeles||Boxing||Israel||ISR||Round One||Match #13||1||1984-07-30||Ben Haim (ISR) , Dankwa (GHA)||4||59||58||59||60||59||295||decision|
|1988 Summer||32||Seoul||Boxing||Israel||ISR||Round One||Match #24||1||1988-09-17||Ben Haim (ISR)||bye|