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APHISIT KANANKHOKKHRUEA – 75KG

Date Of Birth : 13/05/1990

Place Of Birth : Bangkok

Height : 175cm

Residence : Bangkok

Stance : Southpaw

 

Aphisit Kanankhokkhruea was an unknown boxer in the beginning of the Rio 2016 Olympic era but the talented southpaw reached the level of the national team very quickly. He began boxing late but his efforts were enough to get a silver medal in the Southeast Asian Games this June.

 

Past Results

2015 – ASBC Asian Confederation Boxing Championships (Bangkok, THA) 7th place – 75KG Lost to Sajad Mehrabi (IRN) 3:0 in the quarter-final; Won against Azamat Kanybek Uulu (KGZ) 2:1 in the first preliminary round

2015 – Southeast Asian Games (Singapore, SIN) 2nd place – 75KG Lost to Truong Dinh Hoang (VIE) 3:0 in the final; Won against Aung Ko Ko (MYA) 2:1 in the semi-final; Won against Zakaria Bin Ismail (MAS) 3:0 in the quarter-final

2015 – President’s Cup (Palembang, INA) participant – 75KG Lost to Truong Dinh Hoang (VIE) 2:1 in the first preliminary round

2015 – Duisenkul Shopokov Memorial Tournament (Bishkek, KGZ) 5th place – 75KG Lost to Nursultan Zhanabayev (KAZ) 3:0 in the quarter-final; Won against Abdu-Said Masiumov (KGZ) TKO 3rd round in the first preliminary round

2014 – Thailand National Championships 1st place – 75KG

2014 – China Open Tournament (Guiyang, CHN) 3rd place – 75KG Lost to Sajjad Mehrabi (IRN) 2:1 in the semi-final; Won against Rustam Zhumagulov (KAZ) 2:1 in the quarter-final; Won against Wilfredo Lopez (PHI) 3:0 in the first preliminary round

2013 – AIBA World Championships (Almaty, KAZ) participant – 75KG Lost to Hossam Bakr Abdin (EGY) 3:0 in the first preliminary round

2013 – ASBC Asian Continental Championships (Amman, JOR) 10th place – 75KG Lost to Navruz Jafoev (TJK) 2:0 in the first preliminary round

2013 – Thailand National Championships 2nd place – 75KG Lost to Apichet Saensit (THA) by points in the final; Won against Pattanapong Raksapol (THA) by points in the semi-final

2012 – Thailand National Open Championships 2nd place – 75KG