Golds and silver in the men's and women's light and women's middle, as well as the men's super heavyweight division, will be hung around necks on 8 August on the final day of action for the Olympic Boxing Compeition of Tokyo 2020
The finals action will come thick and fast at the Kokugikan Arena on 8 August, the final day of an enthralling Tokyo 2020 (in 2021) Olympic Boxing Competition, with no fewer than four finals decided in the rings.
The day's action runs from 14:00 - 15:55 with the women's light (57-60kg) final first followed by (in order), men's light (57-63kg) final, women's middle (69-75kg) final and men's super heavy (+91kg) Final.
Victory ceremonies will follow each final event of the day at the Kokugikan Arena.
Who should I expect to see?
After grinding through the preliminary rounds, Kellie Anne Harrington of Ireland and Brazilian fighter Beatriz Ferreira are worthy finalists in the women's lightweight division. In the men's lightweight final, U.S. boxer Keyshawn Davis and Andy Cruz of Cuba will be exchanging blows for Olympic gold.
In the day's other finals, Great Britain’s Lauren Price and LI Qian of the People’s Republic of China are in action in the women's middleweight category, while the men's super heavyweight final will be contested by Uzbekistan’s Bakhodir Jalolov and Richard Torrez Jnr of the United States.
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Date and Time: Sun 8 Aug. 14:00 - 15:55
Venues: Kokugikan Arena
- Women's Light (57-60kg) Final
- Men's Light (57-63kg) Final
- Women's Light (57-60kg) Victory Ceremony
- Women's Middle (69-75kg) Final
- Men's Light (57-63kg) Victory Ceremony
- Men's Super Heavy (+91kg) Final
- Women's Middle (69-75kg) Victory Ceremony
- Men's Super Heavy (+91kg) Victory Ceremony