Kenya boxing at the 2018 Commonwealth Games

Christine Ongare won Kenya’s only medal, a bronze.


Middleweight: Edwin Okongo
Quarter-Finals: Lost to Ryan Scaife of New Zealand 5:0
First Round: Beat Selemani Kidunda of Tanzania 3:2

Light Heavyweight: Nick Abaka
Second Round: Lost to Mbachi Kaonga of Zambia 4:1

Light Flyweight: Shaffi Bakari
Quarter-Finals: Lost to Juma Miiro of Uganda 3:2
Second Round: Beat Matias Hamunyela of Namibia 3:2

Flyweight: Brian Agina
Second Round: Lost to Syed Muhammad Asif of Pakistan 4:1

Featheweight: Benson Gicharu
Second Round: Lost to Peter McGrail of England RSC 3

Heavyweight: Elly Ajowi
Second Round: Lost to Scott Forrest of Scotland 5:0

Lightweight: Nick Okoth
First Round: Lost to Michael Alexander of Trinidad 5:0

Women’s Flyweight: Christine Ongare
Semi-Finals: Lost to Carla McNaul of Ireland 5:0
Quarter-Finals: Beat J.A.Dulani Jayasinghe RSC 2

Women’s Welterweight: Simbi Kusa
Quarter-Finals: Lost to Marie-Jeanne Parent of Canada 5:0

Women’s Middleweight: Elizabeth Andiego
Quarter-Finals: Lost to Milicent Agboegbulem of Nigeria 5:0

 

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