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Learn about our Editorial Process Updated on 04/22/19 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.