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Chris Sande

Chris Sande

Boxer
Chris Sande
The basics

Quick Facts

Intro Boxer
Is Athlete Boxer
From Kenya
Type Sports
Gender male
Birth 10 February 1964, Kenya, Kenya
Age 57 years
Star sign Aquarius
Stats
Height: 173 cm
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The details (from wikipedia)

Biography

Christopher Joseph "Chris" Sande (born 10 February 1964) is a boxer from Kenya, who won the bronze medal in the Middleweight division (71–75 kg) at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. He shared the podium with Pakistan's Hussain Shah Syed.

Olympic results

Pro career

Sande turned pro in 1989 and had limited success. He was a journeyman fighter best known for his losses against Robert Allen, Chris Johnson, Tim Littles, Luis Ramon Campas, and Alejandro Garcia. Sande retired in 2001 with a record of 19–19–2.

Professional boxing record

19 Wins (7 knockouts, 12 decisions), 19 Losses (9 knockouts, 10 decision), 2 Draws, 1 No Contest [1]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Loss 13–0 Alejandro "Terra" Garcia TKO 4 6 July 2001 Jai Alai Fronton, Tijuana, Baja California
Loss 77–4 Luis Ramon Campas UD 10 16 June 2001 Centro de Usos Multiples, Hermosillo, Sonora
Loss 24–2 Rito Ruvalcaba KO 6 15 February 1999 Tijuana, Baja California
Loss 18–1–2 Ramon Pedro Moyano PTS 12 17 October 1998 Conrad Hotel & Casino, Punta del Este WBA Fedelatin Middleweight Title.
Loss 8–0 Nicholas Martinez UD 6 11 July 1998 Long Beach, California
Loss 17–4 Tim Shocks TKO 1 4 March 1998 Lucky Eagle Casino, Rochester, Washington
Loss 20–0 Manny Sobral UD 10 1 October 1997 Lucky Eagle Casino, Rochester, Washington
Loss 66–2 Luis Ramon Campas UD 10 2 June 1997 Tijuana, Baja California
Draw 5–0–1 Julio "Cuban Lover" Garcia PTS 8 5 March 1997 Lucky Eagle Casino, Rochester, Washington
Draw 16–1–2 Justin Racine PTS 6 30 October 1996 Lucky Eagle Casino, Rochester, Washington
Loss 7–0 Joseph Laryea UD 8 23 April 1996 The Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, Michigan
Loss 26–1 Tim Littles TKO 3 9 March 1996 Green Glens Arena, Millstreet
Loss 11–0 "Mr. Showtime" Chris Johnson TKO 2 22 April 1995 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada
Loss 9–1 Robert "Armed & Dangerous" Allen KO 7 2 November 1994 Woodland Hills, California
Win 15–5 Clarence White PTS 6 2 July 1994 Harveys Lake Tahoe, Stateline, Nevada
Loss 17–6–1 Art Serwano UD 4 13 June 1994 Great Western Forum, Inglewood, California
Loss 17–3 Ray McElroy TKO 4 2 April 1994 Las Vegas, Nevada Referee stopped the bout at 1:21 of the fourth round.
Win 5–5 David Mendez KO 5 10 January 1994 Great Western Forum, Inglewood, California
Win 1–6 Guillermo Chavez TKO 4 29 October 1993 Ouagadougou
Win 10–9 Alberto MaChong KO 5 28 May 1993 Bobo-Dioulasso
Loss 17–2–1 Nicky Piper TKO 9 10 April 1993 Swansea WBA Intercontinental Light Heavyweight Title.
Loss 6–0–1 Rodney Toney PTS 8 30 March 1993 San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego
Win 4–4–2 Otis Pimpleton PTS 8 4 November 1992 Reseda Country Club, Reseda, California
Win 4–3–1 James Rivas PTS 6 4 September 1992 Reseda Country Club, Reseda, California
No Contest 4–3–1 James Rivas ND 1 28 July 1992 Reseda Country Club, Reseda, California
Loss 8–4–1 Warren Williams UD 8 9 April 1992 Bally's Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada
Win 7–0–2 Earl Jackson TKO 6 14 February 1992 Las Vegas, Nevada
Win 9–1–1 Sonny Brennan UD 6 10 October 1991 Bally's Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada 59–55, 58–56, 58–56.
Win 8–3–1 Vinson Durham PTS 10 12 August 1991 Great Western Forum, Inglewood, California
Win 3–1 James G. Mason PTS 6 26 March 1991 Las Vegas, Nevada
Loss 6–1 Daniel "Pit Bull" Perez UD 6 26 October 1990 Lujan Building at Expo New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Win 4–1 Roger Orlaineta UD 6 17 August 1990 Bally's Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada 60–54, 60–54, 60–54.
Win 13–8–1 Steve Langley UD 6 15 June 1990 Bally's Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada 59–55, 58–56, 59–55.
Loss 9–0 Lamar Parks TKO 5 29 April 1990 Caesars Atlantic City, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Win 11–6–1 Richard Jarvis TKO 1 1 April 1990 Caesars Tahoe, Stateline, Nevada Referee stopped the bout at 2:44 of the first round.
Win 6–10 Robert Waymon Jackson UD 6 16 February 1990 Hacienda Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada
Win 5–0 Willie L. Kemp SD 4 15 January 1990 Atlantic City Convention Center, Atlantic City, New Jersey 39–37, 38–39, 39–37.
Win -- James Patterson UD 4 26 December 1989 Bally's Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada
Win 0–2 Ricky Rios TKO 1 1 December 1989 Hacienda Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada Referee stopped the bout at 1:53 of the first round.
Win -- Juan G. Sanchez TKO 4 31 October 1989 Showboat Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada Referee stopped the bout at 0:23 of the fourth round.
Win 2–4 John Tunstall UD 4 10 October 1989 Bally's Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada
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http://boxrec.com/list_bouts.php?human_id=6016&cat=boxer
http://boxrec.com/en/boxer/6016
https://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/sa/chris-sande-1.html
https://www.olympic.org/chris-sande
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