Boxing
at the 1982 Asian Games
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VenuePragati Maidan
Dates27 November – 3 December
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The Boxing Tournament at the 1982 Asian Games was held in Delhi, India from 27 November to 3 December 1982. South Korea dominated the competition with seven gold medals.[1]

South Korea finished first in medal with winning seven gold medals.[2]

Medalists

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Light flyweight
(48 kg) details
Heo Yong-mo
 South Korea
Efren Tabanas
 Philippines
Seiki Segawa
 Japan
Ali Bux
 Pakistan
Flyweight
(51 kg) details
Teraporn Sangano
 Thailand
Babar Ali Khan
 Pakistan
Kwon Chae-o
 South Korea
Kazuhiko Abe
 Japan
Bantamweight
(54 kg) details
Moon Sung-kil
 South Korea
Wanchai Pongsri
 Thailand
Mukhtar Muhammad
 Pakistan
Pyon Song-o
 North Korea
Featherweight
(57 kg) details
Jo Ryon-sik
 North Korea
Park Ki-chul
 South Korea
Nidal Haddad
 Syria
Shinji Higuchi
 Japan
Lightweight
(60 kg) details
Jong Jo-ung
 North Korea
Kwon Hyun-kyu
 South Korea
Fernando de Assis
 Philippines
Jaslal Pradhan
 India
Light welterweight
(63.5 kg) details
Kim Dong-kil
 South Korea
Dhawee Umponmaha
 Thailand
Son Chan-son
 North Korea
Farouk Janjoun
 Iraq
Welterweight
(67 kg) details
Chung Yong-beom
 South Korea
Ryu Bun-hwa
 North Korea
C. C. Machaiah
 India
Raymundo Suico
 Philippines
Light middleweight
(71 kg) details
Lee Hae-jung
 South Korea
Imad Idriss
 Syria
Muhammad Niaz
 Pakistan
Muluk Singh
 India
Middleweight
(75 kg) details
Lee Nam-eui
 South Korea
Rajendra Kumar Puneda
 India
Ahmad Al-Rabee
 Kuwait
Muzaffar Ahmed
 Pakistan
Light heavyweight
(81 kg) details
Hong Ki-ho
 South Korea
Girwar Singh
 India
Ri Un-yong
 North Korea
Habibullah Khan
 Pakistan
Heavyweight
(91 kg) details
Kaur Singh
 India
Ismail Khalil
 Iraq
Sambuugiin Khicheengui
 Mongolia
So Bae-won
 South Korea
Super heavyweight
(+91 kg) details
Cho Bong-gil
 North Korea
Imtiaz Mahmood
 Pakistan
Naiem Shumais
 Kuwait
Kim Hyun-ho
 South Korea

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 South Korea (KOR)72312
2 North Korea (PRK)3137
3 India (IND)1236
4 Thailand (THA)1203
5 Pakistan (PAK)0257
6 Philippines (PHI)0123
7 Iraq (IRQ)0112
 Syria (SYR)0112
9 Japan (JPN)0033
10 Kuwait (KUW)0022
11 Mongolia (MGL)0011
Totals (11 nations)12122448

References

  1. ^ "Boxing - Medallists from previous Asian Games". Doha2006. Archived from the original on 4 January 2007. Retrieved 2 February 2020.
  2. ^ "9.Asian Games Delhi, India". amateur-boxing.strefa.pl. Retrieved 24 November 2020.