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China national amateur boxing athletes represents China (IOC code: CHN) in regional, continental and world tournaments and matches sanctioned by the amateur International Boxing Association (AIBA).

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Olympics

2004 Athens Olympics

Six boxers represented China in this edition of the Olympiad. Light Flyweight, Zou Shimming won a bronze medal, making China in the 16th place in a five-way tie in the boxing medal tally.

Entry list

  • Zou Shiming (Light Flyweight) - Bronze
  • Liu Yuan (Bantamweight)
  • Tongzhou Chen (Lightweight)
  • Hanati Silamu (Welterweight)
  • Ha Dabateer (Middleweight)
  • Lei Yuping Light (Heavyweight)

Asian Games

2006 Doha Asian Games

Ten amateur boxers represented China in this edition of the Asiad. With two gold medals and three bronze medals, this country is ranked 2nd in the boxing medal standings.[1]

Entry list

  • Gu Yu (Bantamweight)
  • Hu Qing (Lightweight) - Gold
  • Li Bin (Heavyweight)
  • Silamu Hanati (Welterweight) - Bronze
  • Xia Wenjie (Light Welterweight)
  • Xie Longwang (Featherweight)
  • Yang Bo (Flyweight) - Bronze
  • Zhang Jianting (Middleweight) - Bronze
  • Zhang Xiaoping (Light Heavyweight)
  • Zou Shiming (Light Flyweight) - Gold

East Asian Games

2005 Macau East Asian Games

Entry list

2008 Summer Olympics

Main: China at the 2008 Summer Olympics

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