Mircea Dobrescu, Romanian boxer, Died at 84

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hnxnfgbkgjkbujtnhbtrnhfvhghDead, Mircea Dobrescu, born September 5, 1930,  and died August 6, 2015, he was a former boxer from Romania, who won the silver medal in the flyweight division (– 51 kg) at the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne, Australia.

In the final he was defeated by Terence Spinks of Great Britain on points. Dobrescu competed in three consecutive Summer Olympics, starting in 1952.

1952 launched Dobrescu first time in Olympic Games. After victories in the flyweight (to 51 kg) over Yoshitaro Nagata, Japan (2: 1), and Roland Johansson, Sweden (3: 0), he retired in the quarterfinals to eventual Olympic gold medalist Nathan Brooks, United States (2: 1), from.

At the European Championships in 1953 Dobrescu retired already in the preliminaries against Edgar Basel, Germany (3: 0), from.

Better it ran against it in the European Championships in 1955, where he for a semi-final victory over Wolfgang Behrendt, DDR again met in the final in Basel and lost him again.

1956 reached Dobrescu after victories over Federico bonus, Philippines, Ray Perez, USA, and Johnny Caldwell, Ireland, the final of the Olympic Games. In this he met Terry Spinks, UK, where he was defeated on points.

 

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