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2000 European Amateur Boxing ChampionshipsDescription : The Men's 2000 European Amateur Boxing Championships were held in Tampere, Finland from May 13 to 21. The tournament served as a qualification event for the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. Marian VelicuRomania Juho TolppolaFinland György FarkasHungary Falk HusteGermany Norman SchusterGermany Willy BlainFrance Mihály KótaiHungary Nikola SjekloćaYugoslavia Juha RuokolaFinland Ali IsmayilovAzerbaijan Andreas GustavssonSweden Bagrat OghanianArmenia Page:2956


The Men's 2000 European Amateur Boxing Championships were held in Tampere, Finland from May 13 to 21. The tournament served as a qualification event for the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia.

Medal winners

EventGoldSilverBronze
Light Flyweight
(– 48 kilograms)
Ukraine Valeriy Sydorenko
Ukraine
Russia Sergey Kazakov
Russia
Hungary Pál Lakatos
Hungary

Romania Marian Velicu
Romania

Flyweight
(– 51 kilograms)
Ukraine Vladimir Sidorenko
Ukraine
Romania Bogdan Dobrescu
Romania
Bulgaria Sevdalin Marinov
Bulgaria

Finland Juho Tolppola
Finland

Bantamweight
(– 54 kilograms)
Turkey Agasi Agagüloglu
Turkey
Russia Raimkul Malakhbekov
Russia
Armenia Aram Ramazyan
Armenia

Hungary György Farkas
Hungary

Featherweight
(– 57 kilograms)
Turkey Ramaz Paliani
Turkey
Bulgaria Boris Georgiev
Bulgaria
Belarus Alexei Vorobiyev
Belarus

Germany Falk Huste
Germany

Lightweight
(– 60 kilograms)
Russia Alexander Maletin
Russia
Croatia Filip Palić
Croatia
Turkey Selim Palyani
Turkey

Germany Norman Schuster
Germany

Light Welterweight
(– 63.5 kilograms)
Russia Aleksandr Leonov
Russia
Bulgaria Dimitar Stilianov
Bulgaria
Turkey Nurhan Süleymanoglu
Turkey

France Willy Blain
France

Welterweight
(– 67 kilograms)
Turkey Bülent Ulusoy
Turkey
Ukraine Valeri Braschnik
Ukraine
Lithuania Darius Jasevičius
Lithuania

Hungary Mihály Kótai
Hungary

Light Middleweight
(– 71 kilograms)
Germany Adnan Ćatić
Germany
Russia Andrey Mishin
Russia
Bulgaria Dimitri Usagin
Bulgaria

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Nikola Sjekloća
Yugoslavia

Middleweight
(– 75 kilograms)
Hungary Zsolt Erdei
Hungary
Croatia Stjepan Božić
Croatia
Ukraine Oleksandr Zubrihin
Ukraine

Finland Juha Ruokola
Finland

Light Heavyweight
(– 81 kilograms)
Russia Aleksandr Lebziak
Russia
Romania Claudiu Rasko
Romania
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Milorad Gajović
Yugoslavia

Azerbaijan Ali Ismayilov
Azerbaijan

Heavyweight
(– 91 kilograms)
France Jackson Chanet
France
Russia Sultanahmed Ibragimov
Russia
Hungary Emil Garai
Hungary

Sweden Andreas Gustavsson
Sweden

Super Heavyweight
(+ 91 kilograms)
Russia Alexei Lezin
Russia
Italy Paolo Vidoz
Italy
Germany Cengiz Koç
Germany

Armenia Bagrat Oghanian
Armenia



External links

  • Results
  • EABA Boxing


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European Amateur Boxing Championships
Men's
  • Stockholm 1925
  • Berlin 1927
  • Budapest 1930
  • Budapest 1934
  • Milan 1937
  • Dublin 1939
  • Breslau 1942
  • Dublin 1947
  • Oslo 1949
  • Milan 1951
  • Warsaw 1953
  • West Berlin 1955
  • Prague 1957
  • Luzern 1959
  • Belgrade 1961
  • Moscow 1963
  • East Berlin 1965
  • Rome 1967
  • Bucharest 1969
  • Madrid 1971
  • Belgrade 1973
  • Katowice 1975
  • Halle 1977
  • Cologne 1979
  • Tampere 1981
  • Varna 1983
  • Budapest 1985
  • Torino 1987
  • Athens 1989
  • Gothenburg 1991
  • Bursa 1993
  • Vejle 1996
  • Minsk 1998
  • Tampere 2000
  • Perm 2002
  • Pula 2004
  • Plovdiv 2006
  • Liverpool 2008
  • Moscow 2010
  • Ankara 2011
  • Minsk 2013
  • Samokov 2015
Women's
  • St.Amand-les-Eaux 2001
  • Pecs 2003
  • Riccione 2004
  • Tonsberg 2005
  • Warsaw 2006
  • Vejle 2007
  • Mykolaiv 2009
  • Rotterdam 2011
  • Bucharest 2014
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