Boxing at the 2010 Commonwealth Games

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Boxing at the 2010 Commonwealth Games was held at the Talkatora Stadium. The training venue for the event was in Delhi University 4 Rings. The events took place on 5 - 11, 13 October 2010.

Medal summary[edit]

XIX Commonwealth Games-2010 Delhi Winners of (60 kg category Boxing), Thomas Stalker of England (Gold), Josh Taylor of Scotland (Silver) and Jai Bhagwan of India (Bronze) Lornalito Moala of Tonga (Bronze)
XIX Commonwealth Games-2010 Delhi (Men’s) Boxing Heavy Weight 91Kg Event Paramjeet Samota of India won the Gold Medal, at Talkatora Indoor Stadium, in New Delhi on October on October 13, 2010
Event Gold Silver Bronze
Light flyweight
(48 kg)[1]
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Paddy Barnes
 Northern Ireland
Jafet Uutoni
 Namibia
Muhammad Waseem
 Pakistan
Amandeep Singh
 India
Flyweight
(51 kg)[1]
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Suranjoy Mayengbam
 India
Benson Gicharu Njangiru
 Kenya
Oteng Oteng
 Botswana
Haroon Iqbal
 Pakistan
Bantamweight
(54 kg)[1]
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Sean McGoldrick
 Wales
Tirafalo Seoko
 Botswana
Nicholas Okoth
 Kenya
Louis Julie
 Mauritius
Lightweight
(60 kg)[1]
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Thomas Stalker
 England
Josh Taylor
 Scotland
Jai Bhagwan
 India
Lomalito Moala
 Tonga
Light welterweight
(64 kg)[1]
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Manoj Kumar
 India
Bradley Saunders
 England
Valentino Knowles
 Bahamas
Louis Colin
 Mauritius
Welterweight
(69 kg)[1]
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Patrick Gallagher
 Northern Ireland
Callum Smith
 England
Carl Hield
 Bahamas
Dilbag Singh
 India
Middleweight
(75 kg)[1]
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Eamonn O'Kane
 Northern Ireland
Anthony Ogogo
 England
Vijender Singh
 India
Keiran Harding
 Wales
Light heavyweight
(81 kg)[1]
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Callum Johnson
 Scotland
Thomas McCarthy
 Northern Ireland
Joshua Makonjio
 Kenya
Jermaine Asare
 Wales
Heavyweight
(91 kg)[1]
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Simon Vallily
 England
Steven Ward
 Northern Ireland
Awusone Yekeni
 Ghana
Stevie Simmons
 Scotland
Super heavyweight
(+91 kg)[1]
details
Paramjeet Samota
 India
Tariq Abdul Haqq
 Trinidad and Tobago
Blaise Yepmou
 Cameroon
Junior Fa
 Tonga

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Medal table[edit]

  *   Host nation (India)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Northern Ireland3205
2 India*3047
3 England2305
4 Scotland1113
5 Wales1023
6 Kenya0123
7 Botswana0112
8 Namibia0101
 Trinidad and Tobago0101
10 Bahamas0022
 Mauritius0022
 Pakistan0022
 Tonga0022
14 Cameroon0011
 Ghana0011
Totals (15 nations)10102040

Participating nations[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "2010 Commonwealth Games: Boxing competition schedule". cwg2010.com. Archived from the original on 8 July 2011.
  2. ^ "BBC Sport - Commonwealth Games 2010: Northern Irish boxers triumph". BBC News. 13 October 2010. Retrieved 9 July 2012.
  3. ^ "Sport : Suranjoy, Manoj and Samota bag gold". The Hindu. 14 October 2010. Retrieved 9 July 2012.
  4. ^ "CWG 2010 Medals Tally | Delhi Commonwealth Games". Cwg.ndtv.com. Archived from the original on 13 August 2014. Retrieved 9 July 2012.
  5. ^ "Commonwealth Games 2010 Photos, XIX Commonwealth Games Delhi News in Pictures". Timesofindia.indiatimes.com. Retrieved 9 July 2012.