Zou Shiming

Zou Shiming

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Zou Shiming (; born May 18, 1981 in Zunyi, Guizhou) is the most successful amateur boxer from the People's Republic of China. He won two world titles in 2005 and 2007 and the gold medal at the 2008 Summer Olympics in the Light flyweight division.


At the 2003 World Championships, Zou upset Cuban 2001 defending world champ Yan Bartelemí, a southpaw, in Bangkok, but lost the final to Russian Sergey Kazakov.

He won bronze at the 2004 Summer Olympics, beating 17-year old American southpaw Rau'shee Warren but losing the rematch to Bartelemí. He qualified for the Athens Games by winning the silver medal at the 2004 Asian Amateur Boxing Championships in Puerto Princesa, Philippines. In the final he was defeated by Pakistan's Noman Karim.

In 2005, he won the World Championships in his home country in Mianyang, defeating Hungarian Pál Bedák in the finals, the first Chinese boxer to do so.

In the 2006 Asian Games he won the title, defeatingThailand's Suban Pannon, 21-1 in the final match.

In 2007, he repeated his World Championship triumph beating Russian David Ayrapetyan 23-6 early and Harry Tanamor from the Philippines in the finals. He won gold medal from...
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