Kenya boxing team results at the 2009 world boxing championships

The 2009 world boxing championships were held in Milan, Italy from September 1 to September 12 2009. Kenya sent a team of ten boxers and won a total of three bouts. Peter Mungai, Nick Okoth and Joshua Ndere Makonjio each won one bout.

Nick Okoth

Peter Mungai: Light Flyweight Round 2: Beat Paddy Barnes of Ireland 15-4 Round 3: Lost to Daniel Matellon of Cuba 9-2 Nick Okoth : Featherweight Round 1: Beat Satoshi Shimizu of Japan by walkover Round 2: Lost to Kerem Gurgen of Turkey 11-0 Joshua Ndere Makonjio: Light Heavyweight Round 1: Beat Moussa Konate of Mali 18-5 Round 2: Lost to Elshod Rasulov of Uzbekistan 13-2 Thomas Kasina: Bantamweight Round 2: Lost to Razvan Andreiana of Romania 7-3 Joseph Njogu Ndungu: Lightweight Round 1: Lost to Valentino Knowles of Bahamas 11-8 Rayton Nduku Okwiri: Light Welterweight Round 1: Lost to Zdenek Chladek of the Czech republic 10-1 Vincent Otieno: Welterweight Round 1: Lost to Andrey Zamkovoy of Russia 29-0 Daniel Shisia: Middleweight Round 1:Lost to Adem Kilici of Turkey 27-0 Benson Gicharu: Flyweight Round 1: Lost to Michael Anu of Nigeria 11-10 Elly Ajowi: Heavyweight Round 1: Lost to Stephen Simmons of Scotland 13-3

 

Russia emerged as the top nation with two gold medals followed by Italy with two and Cuba with one. No African nation won a medal.

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