Full name: Philip H. "Phil" Lundgren
Height: 5-7.5 (172 cm)
Weight: 126 lbs (57 kg)
Born: January 2, 1940 in London, Greater London, Great Britain
Died: April 17, 2015
Affiliations: Fisher AC, London (GBR)
Country: Great Britain
Phil Lundgren was chosen to be a member of the British team for the 1960 Olympic Games after becoming a surprise winner of the ABA Championships earlier in the year. He defeated a Sudanese opponent before losing to eventual bronze medallist [Jorma Limmonen] via a split decision in the round of sixteen. Lundgren switched to the professional ranks in 1961 and was to campaign as a pro until 1967. He had no more than moderate success as a professional and, although he won South of England titles at featherweight and lightweight, his career ended with 13 losses in a 34 fight career.
Lundgren maintained his connection with the sport by serving as a long-time Chairman of the South of England area council and was a Steward of the British Boxing Board of Control.
|1960 Summer||20||Roma||Boxing||Men's Featherweight||Great Britain||GBR||9T|
|1960 Summer||20||Roma||Boxing||Great Britain||GBR||Round Two||Match #6||2||1960-08-31||Limmonen (FIN) , Lundgren (GBR)||2||58||58||59||59+||59||293|
|1960 Summer||20||Roma||Boxing||Great Britain||GBR||Round One||Match #11||1||1960-08-26||Lundgren (GBR) , Abdel Gadir (SUD)||5||60||60||60||60||59||299||decision|