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Boxing at the 1992 Barcelona Summer Games:

Men's Light-Welterweight

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Host City: Barcelona, Spain
Venue(s): Club Joventut Pavillion, Badalona
Date Started: July 30, 1992
Date Finished: August 9, 1992
Format: Single elimination tournament.

Gold: CUB Héctor Vinent
Silver: CAN Mark Leduc
Bronze: FIN Jyri Kjäll
ROU Leonard Doroftei

Summary

Cuba's Héctor Vinent was relatively unknown prior to the 1992 Olympics, but he definitely impressed in Barcelona, easily winning the gold medal. His closest fight, if you can call it that, was in the final against Canadian Mark Leduc, Vinent winning 11-1. He won all his matches by decisions, by scores of 27-4, 14-2, 26-3, 13-3, and 11-1. It was the start of a great amateur career for Vinent. He won the 1993 and 1995 World Championships and defended his Olympic gold medal in Atlanta. Leduc turned professional, but only briefly, fighting for one year with a record of 4-1. In 1994 he came out as gay.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal
1 Héctor Vinent 19 Cuba CUB Gold
2 Mark Leduc 28 Canada CAN Silver
3T Jyri Kjäll 23 Finland FIN Bronze
3T Leonard Doroftei 22 Romania ROU Bronze
5T Peter Richardson 22 Great Britain GBR
5T László Szűcs 22 Hungary HUN
5T Laïd Bouneb 19 Algeria ALG
5T Oleg Nikolayev 24 Unified Team EUN
9T Andreas Zülow 26 Germany GER
9T Dillon Carew 21 Guyana GUY
9T Michele Piccirillo 22 Italy ITA
9T Nyamaagiin Altankhuyag 21 Mongolia MGL
9T Christopher Henry 19 Barbados BAR
9T Arlo Chavez 25 Philippines PHI
9T Hubert Meta 28 Papua New Guinea PNG
9T Daniel Fulanse 30 Zambia ZAM
17T Edwin Cassiani 19 Colombia COL
17T Kim Jae-Gyeong 22 South Korea KOR
17T Anoushirvan Nourian 20 Iran IRI
17T Sergio Rey 22 Spain ESP
17T Trevor Shailer 21 New Zealand NZL
17T Abdelkader Wahabi 28 Belgium BEL
17T Edgar Ruiz 19 Mexico MEX
17T Moses James 24 Nigeria NGR
17T Khamsavath Vilayphone 25 Laos LAO
17T Vernon Forrest 21 United States USA
17T Godfrey Wakaabu 22 Uganda UGA
17T Rafael Romero 24 Dominican Republic DOM
17T Dong Seidu 21 Ghana GHA
17T Sandeep Gollen 20 India IND