Boxing
Men: World Amateur Championships

Heavyweight

Year Location
2013 Astana (kaz)
2011 Baku (aze) Oleksandr Usyk (ukr) Teymur Mammadov (aze) Sergey Karneyev (blr)
Wang Xuanxuan (chn)
2009 Milano (ita) Egor Mekhontsev (rus) Osmai Acosta (cub) John M'Bumba (fra)
Oleksandr Usyk (ukr)
2007 Chicago (usa) Clemente Russo (ita) Rakhim Chakhkeiv (rus) John M'Bumba (fra)
Yushan Nijiati (chn)
2005 Mianyang (chn) Aleksandr Alekseyev (rus) Elchin Alizade (aze) Jasur Mazhanov (uzb)
Alexander Povernov (ger)
2003 Bangkok (tha) Odlanier Solis (cub) Aleksandr Alekseyev (rus) Steffen Kretschmann (ger)
Viktor Zuyev (blr)
2001 Belfast (nir) Odlanier Solis (cub) David Haye (eng) Sultanachmed Ibragimov (rus)
Vyacheslav Uselkov (ukr)
1999 Houston (usa) Michael Bennett (usa) Félix Savon (cub) Kevin Evans (wal)
Steffe Kretschmann (ger)
1997 Budapest (hun) Félix Savon (cub) Mike Hanke (ger) Giovanni Fragomeni (ita)
Tue Bjørn Tomsen (den)
1995 Berlin (ger) Félix Savon (cub) Luan Krasniqi (ger) Christophe Mendy (fra)
Sinan Samilsan (tur)
1993 Tampere (fin) Félix Savon (cub) Georgi Kandelaki (geo) Stéphane Allouane (fra)
Archak Avartakyan (arm)
1991 Sydney (aus) Félix Savon (cub) Arnold Vanderlijde (ned) Sung Bae-Choe (kor)
David Tus (nzl)
1989 Moskva (urs) Félix Savon (cub) Evgeny Sudakov (urs) Axel Schultz (gdr)
Bert Teuchert (frg)
1986 Reno (usa) Félix Savon (cub) Arnold Vanderlijde (ned) Michael Bent (usa)
Svilen Rusinov (bul)
1982 München (frg) Aleksandr Lagubkin (urs) Jürgen Fanghänel (gdr) Hermeregildo Baez (cub)
Grzegorz Skrzecz (pol)
1978 Beograd (yug) Teofilo Stevenson (cub) Dragomir Vujkovic (yug) Jürgen Fanghänel (gdr)
Carlos Rivera (ven)
1974 La Habana (cub) Teofilo Stevenson (cub) Marvin Stinson (usa) Fatai Ayinla (ngr)
Rajko Milic (yug)

Notes:
Weight: 1982-: -91 kg, 1974-1978: +81 kg.
1997: Actual winner Ruslan Chagaev (uzb) was disqualified for problems with his amateur status; Mike Hanke (ger) awarded 2nd place (lost to Chagaev in semifinals), Giovanni Fragomeni awarded 3rd place (lost to Chagayev in quarterfinals).