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Boxing at the 2012 London Summer Games:

Men's Flyweight

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Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): ExCeL, Newham, London
Date Started: July 30, 2012
Date Finished: August 12, 2012
Format: Single elimination tournament.

Gold: CUB Robeisy Ramírez
Silver: MGL Nyambayaryn Tögstsogt
Bronze: RUS Misha Aloyan
IRL Michael Conlan


With the two men kept apart in separate halves of the draw, the Olympic final was fully expected to be a repeat of the 2011 World Championships in Baku where Russia’s [Misha Aloyan] had narrowly outpointed [Andrew Selby] of Great Britain.

Something that could not have been predicted was the sudden emergence of Cuban [Robeisy Ramírez] as a major force in the division. Certainly the 18-year-old Ramírez had been a major star as a junior and was already the Pan-American Games champion but he had been easily dealt with by Aloyan at the quarter-final stage at the last world championships. In London he performed like a seasoned veteran and moved imperiously through the rounds whilst dispatching Selby at the quarter-final stage. Aloyan was the victim of an upset in the semi-final so Ramírez instead faced [Nyambayaryn Tögstsogt] of Mongolia to decide the gold medal.

The final began with both men fighting cautiously and it was only in the final round that the Cuban teenager established a decisive lead.

The Cuban fighter became the first boxer to win titles at both the Youth Olympics and at the senior event, having won the bantamweight division (≤54 kg) at the inaugural 2010 Youth Olympics.

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Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal
1 Robeisy Ramírez 18 Cuba CUB Gold
2 Nyambayaryn Tögstsogt 20 Mongolia MGL Silver
3T Misha Aloyan 23 Russia RUS Bronze
3T Michael Conlan 20 Ireland IRL Bronze
5T Jeyvier Cintrón 17 Puerto Rico PUR
5T Zhasurbek Latipov 20 Uzbekistan UZB
5T Nordine Oubaali 25 France FRA
5T Andrew Selby 23 Great Britain GBR
9T Samir Brahimi 22 Algeria ALG
9T Julião Neto 30 Brazil BRA
9T Hesham Yahia 18 Egypt EGY
9T Vincenzo Picardi 28 Italy ITA
9T Rau'Shee Warren 25 United States USA
9T Duke Micah 20 Ghana GHA
9T Chatchai Butdee 27 Thailand THA
9T Ilyas Suleymenov 21 Kazakhstan KAZ
17T Jackson Woods 19 Australia AUS
17T Pak Jong-Chol 24 North Korea PRK
17T Oteng Oteng 22 Botswana BOT
17T Benson Njangiru 27 Kenya KEN
17T Elvin Məmişzadə 20 Azerbaijan AZE
17T Ajmal Faisal 21 Afghanistan AFG
17T Jason Lavigilante 20 Mauritius MRI
17T Selçuk Eker 20 Turkey TUR
17T Katsuaki Susa 27 Japan JPN
17T Salomo N'tuve 23 Sweden SWE