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Aleksandr Lebziak

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Nationality  Russia
Role  Boxer
Rated at  Light heavyweight
Name  Aleksandr Lebziak
Martial art  Boxing
Club  CSKA Moskva, Moskva
Weight  81 kg
Sport  Boxing
Height  1.88 m

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Full name  Александр Борисович Лебзяк
Born  April 15, 1969 (age 46) (1969-04-15) Donetsk, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union
Olympic medals  Boxing at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Light heavyweight
People also search for  Rudolf Kraj, Andriy Fedchuk, Sergey Mihaylov

Aleksandr Borisovich Lebziak (Russian: Александр Борисович Лебзяк, born April 15, 1969 in Donetsk, Ukrainian SSR) is a Russian boxer, who won the Gold medal in the men's Light Heavyweight (81 kg) category at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. He beat Rudolf Kraj in the final.

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Lebziak also won the World Amateur Boxing Championships in 1997. At the 1991 World Amateur Championships he won a silver medal in the Middleweight (75 kg) category. He also triumphe at the 2000 European Amateur Boxing Championships in Tampere, Finland.

Amateur highlights

  • 1987 Junior World Champion at Light Middleweight (Havana, Cuba)
  • 1990 Middleweight Bronze Medalist at Goodwill Games in Seattle, United States. Results were:
  • Defeated Ray Downey (Canada) points
  • Lost to Torsten Schmitz (Germany) points
  • 1991 Lost to Sven Ottke (Germany) as a Middleweight at European Championships in Gothenburg, Sweden
  • 1991 2nd place at Middleweight at World Championships in Sydney, Australia. Results were:
  • Defeated Robert Buda (Poland) TKO 2
  • Defeated Sven Ottke (Germany) points
  • Defeated Ramon Garbey (Cuba) points
  • Lost to Tommaso Russo (Italy) points
  • Represented the Unified Team at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics as a Middleweight. Results were:
  • Defeated Justann Crawford (Australia) RSC 3 (1:56)
  • Lost to Chris Byrd (United States) 7-16
  • 1993 Lost to Sven Ottke (Germany) as a Middleweight at World Championships in Tampere, Finland.
  • 1993 2nd place at Middleweight in European Championships in Bursa, Turkey. Results were:
  • Defeated Mkhitar Vanesian (Armenia) points
  • Defeated Akin Kuloglu (Turkey) points
  • Lost to Dirk Eigenbrodt (Germany) points
  • 1994 Bronze Medalist at Middleweight at Goodwill Games in St. Petersburg, Russia. Results were:
  • Defeated Vitaly Kopitko (Ukraine) points
  • Lost to Ariel Hernandez (Cuba) points
  • 1996 3rd place in European Championships at Middleweight, held in Vejle, Denmark. Results were:
  • Defeated Vitaly Kopitko (Ukraine) points
  • Defeated Raffaele Bergamasco (Italy) points
  • Defeated Akaki Kakauridze (Georgia) points
  • Lost to Zsolt Erdei (Hungary) points
  • 1996 Represented Russia at 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, as a Middleweight. Results were:
  • Defeated Rowan Donaldson (Jamaica) 20-4
  • Defeated Justann Crawford (Australia) RSC 3 (0:34)
  • Lost to Ariel Hernandez (Cuba) 8-15
  • 1997 World Champion at Light Heavyweight in competition held in Budapest, Hungary. Results were:
  • Defeated Igor Dzagouev (Georgia) forfeit
  • Defeated Tomasz Borowski (Poland) points
  • Defeated Stephen Kirk (Ireland) KO 2
  • Defeated Frederic Serrat (France) points
  • 1998 European Champion at Light Heavyweight in competition held in Minsk, Belarus. Results were:
  • Defeated Gyorgy Hidvegi (Hungary) TKO 3
  • Defeated Thorsten Bengtson (Germany) points
  • Defeated Tomasz Adamek (Poland) points
  • Defeated Courtney Fry (England) TKO 1
  • 2000 European Champion at Light Heavyweight in competition held in Tampere, Finland. Results were:
  • Defeated Yildirim Tarhan (Turkey) points
  • Defeated Milorad Gajovic (Yugoslavia) points
  • Defeated Claudio Rasco (Romania) points
  • 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist at Light Heavyweight in competition held in Sydney, Australia. Results were:
  • Defeated El Hadji Djibril (Senegal) RSC 3
  • Defeated Danny Green (Australia) RSC 4
  • Defeated John Dovi (France) 13-11
  • Defeated Sergey Mihaylov (Uzbekistan) RSC 1
  • Defeated Rudolf Kraj (Czech Republic) 20-6
  • Pro career

    Lebziak turned pro in 2001, fighting only one fight and retiring with a record of 1-0-0.

    References

    Aleksandr Lebziak Wikipedia


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