Maikro Romero

Maikro Eusebio Romero Esquirol ( born December 9, 1972 in Havana ) is a former Cuban boxer who was 1996 Olympic champion in the flyweight.

Career

1992-1994, 1997, 1999 and 2000, Romero was Cuban masters. In 1996 he won at the Olympic Games in Atlanta, the gold medal in the flyweight, he hit on the first lap later a U.S. American professional world champion Eric Morel won the final and almost 12 to 11 against Bolat Schumadilow from Kazakhstan.

A class deeper in boxing light flyweight In 1997 he was in Budapest also amateur world champion.

In the Cuban championship of the year 1998, he was defeated Yan BARTHELEMI, but won the World Cup tournament in Beijing. In addition, the American Brian Viloria hit on the way to winning the Goodwill Games.

In 1999, he struck at the national level BARTHELEMI and won against opponents such as the Puerto Rican Ivan Calderon, the Pan American Games in Winnipeg. But with the World Cup in Houston he defeated local hero Viloria in the final and had to settle for second place.

In the Cuban Olympic qualification he defeated again BARTHELEMI and Yuriolkis Gamboa. But at the Olympic Games in Sydney, he lost in the semifinals 12-13 to the eventual champion Brahim Asloum and had to settle for bronze.

He was beaten at the World Championships in Belfast in the second round of the tournament from the Ukrainian Wladimir Sidorenko 2001. At the end of 2001, he finished his career.

1904: George Finnegan | 1920: Frankie Genaro | 1924: Fidel LaBarba | 1928: Antal Kocsis | 1932: István Énekes | 1936: Willy Kaiser | 1948: Pascual Pérez | 1952: Nathan Brooks | 1956: Terry Spinks | 1960: Gyula Török | 1964: Fernando Atzori | 1968: Ricardo Delgado | 1972: Georgi Kostadinov | 1976: Leo Randolph | 1980: Petar Lessow | 1984: Steve McCrory | 1988: Kim Kwang- sun | 1992: Choi Chol -su | 1996: Maikro Romero | 2000: Wijan Ponlid | 2004: Yuriorkis Gamboa | 2008: Somjit Jongjohor | 2012: Robeisy Ramírez

List of Olympic gold medalist in boxing

1974: Jorge Hernández | 1978: Stephen Muchoki | 1982: Ismail Mustafow | 1986: Juan Torres | 1989: Eric Griffin | 1991: Eric Griffin | 1993: Nschan Muntschjan | 1995: Daniel Petrov | 1997: Maikro Romero | 1999: Brian Viloria | 2001: Yan BARTHELEMI | 2003: Sergei Kazakov | 2005: Zhou Shiming | 2007: Zhou Shiming | 2009: Pürewdordschiin Serdamba | 2011: Zhou Shiming

  • Man
  • Boxer ( Cuba)
  • Olympian (Cuba)
  • Olympic gold medalist ( boxing )
  • Born in 1972
  • World Champion (boxes)
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