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  • Olympic BoxingBOX05 M/W - 1/16 or 1/32 finals - Summer Olympics - Paris Olympic 2024


    Sun, Jul 28, 2024

    Roland-Garros Stadium - Court Suzanne Lenglen

    08:00 PM - 10:10 PM

    Paris, France

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Roland-Garros Stadium - Court Suzanne Lenglen

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BOX05 M/W - 1/16 or 1/32 finals Scheduled events (subject to change): Men's 71kg Round of 32 Bout 4 Men's 92kg Round of 16 Bout 6 Men's 92kg Round of 16 Bout 7 Men's 92kg Round of 16 Bout 8 Women's 50kg Round of 32 Bout 5 Women's 50kg Round of 32 Bout 6 Women's 66kg Round of 32 Bout 3 Women's 66kg Round of 32 Bout 4

Roland-Garros Stadium - Court Suzanne Lenglen

Built-in 1994 and originally designated "Court A", Court Suzanne Lenglen is the secondary stadium with a capacity of 10,068 spectators. Its namesake, an international celebrity and the first true star of women's tennis won 31 major tournaments, including six French Open titles and six Wimbledon championships, between 1914 and 1926. Known as La Divine ("Divine One") and La Grand Dame ("Great Lady") of French tennis, she also won two Olympic gold medals in Antwerp in 1920. A bronze bas relief of Lenglen by the Italian sculptor Vito Tongiani stands over the east tunnel entrance to the stadium. The trophy awarded each year to the French Open women's singles champion is named La Coupe Suzanne Lenglen in her honour. The court has an underground irrigation system, the first of its kind, to control moisture levels within its surface. In 1994, the walkway between Court Chatrier and Court Lenglen was named Allée Marcel Bernard, in honour of the 1940s-era French champion who died that year.

 

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455.00 EUR

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468.00 EUR

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Category A

544.00 EUR

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Olympic BoxingSummer Olympics - Paris Olympic 2024

Boxing has been a staple of the Olympic Games since their modern inception in 1896. Athletes from around the world have showcased their pugilistic prowess in pursuit of Olympic glory.

The sport has undergone various changes over the years, evolving weight classes and introducing new rules to ensure fairness and safety. Historically, nations like the United States, Cuba, and the former Soviet Union have been powerhouses in Olympic boxing, consistently producing skilled and formidable boxers.

One of the most iconic figures in Olympic boxing history is Teofilo Stevenson of Cuba. Stevenson secured three consecutive gold medals in the heavyweight division in Munich 1972, Montreal 1976, and Moscow 1980. His achievements exemplify the legacy that exceptional boxers leave on the Olympic stage.

Another noteworthy athlete is Félix Sav0n, also from Cuba, who matched Stevenson's feat by clinching three consecutive gold medals in the heavyweight division in Barcelona 1992, Atlanta 1996, and Sydney 2000. These Cuban boxers have contributed significantly to their country's dominance in Olympic boxing.

The United States has a rich history in Olympic boxing, producing legends like Muhammad Ali (then known as Cassius Clay), who won the light heavyweight gold medal in Rome 1960. Other American boxing greats include Sugar Ray Leonard, Oscar De La Hoya, and Andre Ward, each leaving an indelible mark on Olympic history.

Stevenson and Savon remain the boxers with the most Olympic gold medals in boxing, having achieved the remarkable three-peat in the heavyweight division.

Boxing events at the Paris 2024 Olympics in France are slated to unfold from July 27 to August 10. The initial boxing matches are set to take place at Arena Paris Nord in Villepinte, setting the stage for the preliminary rounds. As the games intensify, the medal rounds comprising the semifinals and finals will grace the iconic Roland Garros Stadium, adding grandeur to the quest for Olympic boxing glory.
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