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He also hosts TV and radio sports talk shows. our editorial process Andrew Eisele Updated April 23, 2019 If you have an interest in the world of Olympic boxing, check out 40 years of U.S. Olympic Boxing Team history consolidated into a single list, including the locations where the team competed. 1960 U.S. Olympic Boxing Team (Rome, Italy) 112: Humberto Barrera, Robstown, Texas119: Jerry Armstrong, Boise, Idaho/Army125: Nicholas Spanakos, New York, N.Y.132: Harry Campbell, Army139: Quincy Daniels, Seattle, Wash./Air Force (3rd)147: Arthur Baldwin, Muskegon, Mich./Air Force156: Wilbert McClure, Chestnut Hill, Mass. (1st)165: Eddie Crook, Army (1st)178: Cassius Clay, Louisville, Ky. (1st)+178: Pearcy Price, Salem, N.J./Marines 1964 U.S. Olympic Boxing Team (Tokyo, Japan) 112: Bob Carmody, Army (3rd)119: Larry Johnson, Air Force125: Charles Brown, Marines (3rd)132: Ronald Harris, Detroit, Mich. (3rd)139: Charles Ellis, Army147: Maurice Trilot, Marines156: Toby Gibson, Spokane, Wash.165: Jimmy Rosette, Navy178: Bob Christopherson, Air Force+178: Joe Frazier, Philadelphia, Pa.(1st) 1968 U.S. Olympic Boxing Team (Mexico City, Mexico) 112: Harlan Marbley, Army (3rd)119: Sam Goss, Trenton, N.J.125: Al Robinson, Navy (2nd)132: Ronnie Harris, Canton, Ohio (1st)139: J. Wallington, Army/Ft. Bragg, N.C. (3rd)145: Armando Muniz, Army156: John Baldwin, Detroit, Mich./Air Force (3rd)165: Alfred Jones, Detroit, Mich. (3rd)178: Arthur Redden, Wilmington, Del./Marines+178: George Foreman, Marshall, Texas (1st) 1972 U.S. Olympic Boxing Team (Munich, Germany) 106: Davey Lee Armstrong, Puyallup, Wash112: Tim Dement, Shreveport, La.119: Ricardo Carreras, N.Y./Air Force (3rd)125: Louis Self, Toledo, Ohio132: Louis Busceme, Beaumont, Texas139: Ray Seales, Tacoma, Wash. (1st)147: Jesse Valdez, Houston, Texas/Air Force (3rd)156: Reginald Jones, Newark, N.J./Marines165: Marvin Johnson, Indianapolis, Ind. (3rd)178: Raymond Russell, Marines+178: Duane Bobick, Navy 1976 U.S. Olympic Boxing Team (Montreal, Canada) 106: Louis Curtis, Washington, D.C.112: Leo Randolph, Tacoma, Wash. (1st)119: Charles Mooney, Army (2nd)125: Davey Lee Armstrong, Puyallup, Wash.132: Howard Davis Jr., Glen Cove, N.Y. (1st)139: Ray Leonard, Palmer Park, Md. (1st)147: Clinton Jackson, Nashville, Tenn.156: Charles Walker Jr., Mesa, Ariz.165: Michael Spinks, St. Louis, Mo. (1st)178: Leon Spinks, St. Louis, Mo. (1st)+178: Johnny Tate, Knoxville, Tenn. (3rd) 1980 U.S. Olympic Boxing Team (Moscow, USSR) The USA did not participate 106: Robert Shannon, Edmonds, Wash.112: Richard Sandoval, Pomona, Calif.119: Jackie Beard, Jackson, Tenn.125: Bernard Taylor, Charlotte, N.C.132: Joe Manley, Army139: Johnny Bumphus, Nashville, Tenn.147: Donald Curry, Fort Worth, Texas156: James Shuler, Philadelphia, Pa.165: Charles Carter, Yakima, Wash.178: Leroy Murphy, Chicago, Ill.+178: James Broad, Army 1984 U.S. Olympic Boxing Team (Los Angeles, California, USA) 106: Paul Gonzales, Los Angeles, Calif. (1st)112: Steve McCrory, Detroit, Mich. (1st)119: Robert Shannon, Edmonds, Wash.125: Meldrick Taylor, Philadelphia, Pa. (1st)132: Pernell Whitaker, Norfolk, Va. (1st)139: Jerry Page, Columbus, Ohio (1st)147: Mark Breland, Brooklyn, N.Y. (1st)156: Frank Tate, Detroit, Mich. (1st)165: Virgil Hill, Williston, N.D. (2nd)178: Evander Holyfield, Atlanta, Ga. (3rd)201: Henry Tillman, Los Angeles, Calif. (1st)+201: Tyrell Biggs, Philadelphia, Pa. (1st) 1988 U.S. Olympic Boxing Team (Seoul, Korea) 106: Michael Carbajal, Phoenix, Ariz. (2nd)112: Arthur Johnson, Minneapolis, Minn.119: Kennedy McKinney, Killeen, Texas (1st)125: Kelcie Banks, Chicago, Ill.132: Romallis Ellis, Ellenwood, Ga. (3rd)139: Todd Foster, Great Falls, Mt.147: Kenneth Gould, Rockford, Ill. (3rd)156: Roy Jones, Pensacola, Fla. (2nd)165: Anthony Hembrick, Army/Ft. Bragg, N.C.178: Andrew Maynard, Army/Ft. Carson, Colo. (1st)201: Ray Mercer, Army (1st)+201: Riddick Bowe, Brooklyn, N.Y. (2nd) 1992 U.S. Olympic Boxing Team (Barcelona, Spain) 106: Eric Griffin, Broussard, La.112: Timothy Austin, Cincinnati, Ohio (3rd)119: Sergio Reyes, Marines/Camp Lejeune, N.C.125: Julian Wheeler, Navy/Virginia Beach132: Oscar De La Hoya, Los Angeles, Calif. (1st)139: Vernon Forrest, Augusta, Ga./NMU147: Pepe Reilly, Glendale, Calif.156: Raul Marquez, Houston, Texas165: Chris Byrd, Flint, Mich. (2nd)178: Montell Griffin, Chicago, Ill.201: Danell Nicholson, Chicago, Ill.+201: Larry Donald, Cincinnati, Ohio 1996 U.S. Olympic Boxing Team (Atlanta, Georgia, USA) 106: Albert Guardado, Topeka, Kan.112: Eric Morel, Madison, Wis.119: Zahir Raheem, Philadelphia, Pa.125: Floyd Mayweather, Grand Rapids, Mich.132: Terrance Cauthen, Philadelphia, Pa.139: David Diaz, Chicago, Ill.147: Fernando Vargas, Oxnard, Calif.156: David Reid, Philadelphia, Pa. (1st)165: Rhoshii Wells, Riverdale, Ga.178: Antonio Tarver, Orlando, Fla.201: Nate Jones, Chicago, Ill.+201: Lawrence Clay-Bey, Hartford, Conn 2000 U.S. Olympic Boxing Team (Sydney, Australia) 106: Brian Viloria, Waipahu, Hawaii112: Jose Navarro, Los Angeles, Calif.119: Clarence Vinson, Washington, D.C.125: Ricardo Juarez, Houston, Texas132: David Jackson, Seattle, Wash.139: Ricardo Williams, Jr., Cincinnati, Ohio147: Dante Craig, Cincinnati, Ohio156: Jermain Taylor, Little Rock, Ark.165: Jeff Lacy, St. Petersburg, Fla.178: Olanda Anderson, Ft. Carson, Colo./Army201: Michael Bennett, Chicago, Ill.+201: Calvin Brock, Charlotte, N.C. Head Coach: Tom Mustin, Tacoma, Wash.Asst. Coach: Israel Acosta, Milwaukee, Wis.Asst. Coach: Candy Lopez, San Jose, Calif.Technical Advisor: Basheer AbdullahTeam Leader: Gary Toney, Charleston, W.V.Asst. Team Leader: Wendell Allen, Las Vegas, Nev.