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Melbourne 1956: Requiem For the Bantamweights


History in Color:


November 23, 1956, Melbourne, Australia – Best bantamweight athletes in the world gathered behind the stage during the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne (left to right):


Vladimir Stogov (USSR), Chuck Vinci (USA), Ivan Udodov (USSR)


956 Summer Olympics
Location: Melbourne, AUS
Weight Class: Bantamweight  [56 kg]</p>

More Info On 1956 Summer Olympics

Rank Athlete Results (kg)
1 Charles VINCI, United States 105EOR + 105OR+ 132.5 = 342.5WR
2 Vladimir STOGOV, Soviet Union 105EOR + 105OR+ 127.5 = 337.5
3 Mahmoud NAMJOU, Iran 100 + 102.5+ 130 = 332.5
4 Yu-In HO, South Korea 90 + 95+ 135 = 320
5 Hae-Nam KIM, South Korea 85 + 95+ 127.5 = 307.5
6 Yushio NAMBU, Japan 87.5 + 97.5+ 120 = 305
8 Yukio FURUYAMA, Japan 90 + 87.5+ 125 = 302.5
9 Re-Nado SONG, Taiwan 85 + 85+ 117.5 = 287.5
10 Reginald GAFFLEY , South Africa 87.5 + 85+ 112.5 = 285
11 Wolfgang MULLER, Burma 85 + 80+ 110 = 275
12 Valli Asari MOOKAN, India 80 + 80+ 112.5 = 272.5
13 Charles Allen HENDERSON, Australia 72.5 + 85+ 115 = 272.5
13 Henry Michael SWAIN, Guyana 80 + 82.5+ 110 = 272.5
900 Rahman HABIB, Pakistan 80 + 0+ 97.5 = 0
900 Pedro LANDERO, Philippines 0+ 0 = 0


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