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Andreas Tews

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Name  Andreas Tews
Role  Boxer
Martial art  Boxing

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Born  September 11, 1968 (age 47) (1968-09-11) Rostock, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
Olympic medals  Boxing at the 1988 Summer Olympics - Flyweight, Boxing at the 1992 Summer Olympics - Featherweight
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Andreas Tews (born September 11, 1968 in Rostock, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern) is a German former amateur boxer. Tews won the Flyweight Silver medal at the 1988 Summer Olympics and the Featherweight Gold medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics.

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His first international success came with his second place in the Flyweight class at the 1986 European Junior Championships held in Copenhagen. Just one year after that he won the European Senior Championship at Turin. In the 1991 European Championships at Gothenburg he came in third.

Tews never boxed professionally and is currently a trainer at Gymnasium Rahlstedt in Hamburg, Germany.

Olympic results

  • 1988 won the silver medal representing East Germany as a Flyweight at the Seoul Olympics:
  • Defeated Wang Welping (China) PTS (5-0)
  • Defeated Janos Varadi (Hungary) PTS (5-0)
  • Defeated Benaissa Abed (Algeria) PTS (5-0)
  • Defeated Mario Gonzalez (Mexico) PTS (5-0)
  • Lost to Kim Kwang-Sun (South Korea) PTS (1-4)
  • 1992 won the gold medal representing Germany as a Featherweight at the Barcelona Olympics:
  • Defeated Kirkor Kirkorov (Bulgaria) PTS (9-5)
  • Defeated Djamel Lifa (France) PTS (9-4)
  • Defeated Park Duk-Kyu (South Korea) PTS (17-7)
  • Defeated Hocine Soltani (Algeria) PTS (11-1)
  • Defeated Faustino Reyes (Spain) PTS (16-7)
  • Other accomplishments

  • East German Champion 1985/1987/1989 [1], German Champion 1991/1992 [2]
  • 2nd place at Junior European Championships 1986
  • European Champion at the 1987 European Amateur Boxing Championships
  • Bronze medal at the 1991 European Amateur Boxing Championships
  • References

    Andreas Tews Wikipedia


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