Full name: Hans Ziglarski
Height: 5-2.5 (160 cm)
Born: October 16, 1905 in BiaÅystok, Podlaskie, Poland
Died: February 12, 1975 in Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Affiliations: Westen Berlin, Berlin (GER) / SV 1880 MÃ¼nchen, MÃ¼nchen (GER)
Medals: 1 Silver (1 Total)
His Olympic silver medal in Los Angeles also brought Hans Ziglarski the European title as the best-placed European. He earned the silver medal after losing in the final against Canadian [Lefty Gwynne]. Ziglarski started boxing in MÃ¼nchen and then went to Berlin, where he competed for various clubs. In 1928 he was German champion as a bantamweight and fought in 18 international meetings. At the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics he lost his second round bout.
After his active career, Ziglarski became a youth sports officer in the boxing section of Berlinâs sports administration and coached boxing. Initially, he worked as a hotel employee, and then later a warehouse clerk. After World War II, Ziglarski came to Teheran and coached the Iranian boxer [Emanoul âMikeâ Aghasi], father of future tennis star [Andre Agassi].
|1928 Summer||22||Amsterdam||Boxing||Men's Bantamweight||Germany||GER||9T|
|1932 Summer||26||Los Angeles||Boxing||Men's Bantamweight||Germany||GER||2||Silver|
|1928 Summer||22||Amsterdam||Boxing||Germany||GER||Round Two||Match #5||2||1928-08-08||Glionna (CAN) , Ziglarski (GER)|
|1928 Summer||22||Amsterdam||Boxing||Germany||GER||Round One||Match #10||1||1928-08-07||Ziglarski (GER)|
|1932 Summer||26||Los Angeles||Boxing||Germany||GER||Final Round||Match 1/2||2||1932-08-13||Gwynne (CAN) , Ziglarski (GER)|
|1932 Summer||26||Los Angeles||Boxing||Germany||GER||Semi-Finals||Match #2||1||1932-08-11||Ziglarski (GER) , Lang (USA)||decision|
|1932 Summer||26||Los Angeles||Boxing||Germany||GER||Quarter-Finals||Match #3||1||1932-08-10||Ziglarski (GER) , Nicolas (FRA)||decision|
|1932 Summer||26||Los Angeles||Boxing||Germany||GER||Round One||Match #5||1||1932-08-09||Ziglarski (GER)|