Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): Northampton Institute, Clerkenwell; Northampton Institute, Clerkenwell
Date Started: October 27, 1908
Date Finished: October 27, 1908
Format: Single elimination tournament.
There was only one non-British competitor, Pierre Mazior of France. Most of the top British bantams were present. Henry Perry had been Amateur Boxing Association (ABA) champion in 1903-1904, while William Webb won that title in 1905 and 1910, and John Condon would win it in 1909. Henry Thomas won two decisions to take the gold medal, receiving a bye in the semi-finals. He was also ABA Champion in 1908. Thomas turned professional in 1909 and settled in the United States. He fought there and in Australia until his retirement in 1916.
|1||Harry Thomas||19||Great Britain||GBR||Gold|
|2||Johnny Condon||19||Great Britain||GBR||Silver|
|3||Wally Webb||25||Great Britain||GBR||Bronze|
|4T||Frank McGurk||Great Britain||GBR|
|4T||Henry Perry||Great Britain||GBR|