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Nick Clausen

Full name: Nicolaj Charles Sofus "Nick" Clausen
Gender: Male
Born: May 23, 1900 in Copenhagen, Hovedstaden, Denmark
Died: September 23, 1989 in Frederiksberg, Hovedstaden, Denmark
Affiliations: IF Sparta, København (DEN)
Country: DEN Denmark
Sport: Boxing

Biography

Nick Clausen began his boxing career with the Sparta Club in 1918. He became Danish champion in 1922, and in 1922 competed in the United States, winning the Metropolitan Championship. He was then declared a professional by the US Amateur Boxing Association, because he had sold his cups and trophies. Clausen fought as a professional from 1923-1941 in Sweden, Denmark, and the United States, with little success, and with very few fights. He finished with a career record of 3 wins, 6 losses, and 6 draws. He coached Finland’s 1928 Olympic boxing team and in the 1960s coached young boxers at his old Sparta Club.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1920 Summer 19 Antwerpen Boxing Men's Featherweight Denmark DEN 5T

Men's Featherweight

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result MR
1920 Summer 19 Antwerpen Boxing Denmark DEN Quarter-Finals Match #1 2 1920-08-23 Zivic (USA) , Clausen (DEN)
1920 Summer 19 Antwerpen Boxing Denmark DEN Round Two Match #1 1 1920-08-22 Clausen (DEN) , Newton (CAN) decision
1920 Summer 19 Antwerpen Boxing Denmark DEN Round One Match #1 1 1920-08-21 Clausen (DEN) bye
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