Dimitar Stilianov

Dimitar Panaiotow Schtilianow; also Dimitar Panayotov Shtilyanov; Cyrillic: Димитър Панайотов Щилянов ( born July 17, 1976 in Sliven ) is a former Bulgarian boxer. It was during his competitive career around 1,77 m tall and won several Bulgarian championships and international tournaments.

In 2004 he represented his home country in light weight, at the Summer Olympic Games in Athens, where he reached number 9. After a win against Selçuk Aydın, Turkey ( 20:11 ), he England ( 21:37 ) was then against Amir Khan, resigned.

Medal gains international championships

  • 8 Junior World Championships, September, 1994 in Istanbul, Turkey
  • Result: 3rd place in the featherweight
  • Second round; Victory ( 13:6 ) against Bachtijar Tilegenow Kazakhstan
  • Quarterfinals; Victory ( 5-4 ) against Lonluis Alvarez Cuba
  • Semis; Defeat ( 0:9 ) against Dorel Simion Romania
  • Preliminary round; bye
  • Second round; Victory ( 16:1 ) against Igor Serdiuk Ukraine
  • Quarterfinals; Victory ( 7-2 ) against Cristián Bejarano Mexico
  • Semis; Defeat ( TKO ) against Alexander Stepanov, Russia
  • 33 European Championships, May 2000, Tampere, Finland
  • Result: 2nd place in the Light Welterweight
  • Second round; Victory ( 8-5 ) against Sven Paris Italy
  • Quarterfinals; Victory (5-0 ) against Sami Sipilä Finland
  • Semis; Victory ( 6-5 ) against Willy Blain France
  • Finale; Defeat ( 0-5 ) against Alexander Leonov Russia
  • Preliminary Round 1; bye
  • Preliminary Round 2; Victory ( 14:6 ) against Zoran Mitrovic Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
  • Second round; Victory ( 21:18 ) against Mustafa Karagöllü Turkey
  • Quarterfinals; Victory ( 20:19 ) against Alexander Leonov Russia
  • Semis; Victory ( 33:27 ) against Willy Blain France
  • Finale; Defeat ( t.K.o. ) against Diógenes Luna Cuba
  • 34th European Championships, July 2002 Perm, Russia
  • Result: 1st place in the Light Welterweight
  • Preliminary round; Victory ( t.K.o. ) against Turkey Abdulkadir body
  • Second round; Victory (16:6 ) against Patrik Bogere Sweden
  • Quarterfinals; Victory ( 22:12) against Ukraine Volodymyr Krawets
  • Semis; Victory ( 21:11 ) against Brunet Zamora Italy
  • Finale; Victory ( 18:11 ) against Willy Blain France
  • 35th European Championships, February 2004 in Pula, Croatia
  • Result: 1st place in the lightweight
  • Preliminary round; Victory ( 27:15 ) against Latvia Andrejs Ahmetows
  • Second round; Victory ( 38:24 ) against Ukraine Oleksandr Klijutschko
  • Quarterfinals; Victory ( 35:12 ) against Adrian Alexandru Romania
  • Semis; Victory ( 34:25 ) against Gyula Kate of Hungary
  • Finale; Victory ( 32:21 ) against Selcuk Aydin Turkey
  • 5th EU Championships, June 2007 in Dublin, Ireland
  • Result: 3rd place in the Welterweight
  • Quarterfinals; Victory ( 14:7 ) and Norbert Harcsa Hungary
  • Semis; Defeat ( 8:19 ​​) against Roy Sheahan Ireland
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