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Manfred Wolke
East German boxer

Manfred Wolke

Manfred Wolke
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Intro East German boxer
Is Athlete Boxer
From Germany
Field Sports
Gender male
Birth 14 January 1943, Potsdam, Germany
Age 80 years
Star sign Capricorn
Banner of Labor  
Patriotic Order of Merit in silver  
Manfred Wolke
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Manfred Wolke (born 14 January 1943 in Babelsberg, Brandenburg) is a former welterweight boxer. He was a member of the Armeesportsklub Vorwärts Frankfurt an der Oder.

Wolke, representing East Germany, was the Welterweight Olympic gold medalist at the 1968 Mexico City Olympic Games. Wolke defeated Joseph Bessala of Cameroon on a 4-1 decision in the final. In 1972 he was knocked out by Cuba's Emilio Correa and didn't win a medal.

After his boxing career ended, Wolke became a trainer, most notably working with 1990s Heavyweight contender Axel Schulz and Henry Maske, and most recently with Francesco Pianeta.

1968 Olympic results

Below are the results of Manfred Wolke, a welterweight boxer from East Germany who competed at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics:

  • Round of 64: bye
  • Round of 32: defeated Andres Molina (Cuba) by decision, 4-1
  • Round of 16: defeated Expedito Arrais (Brazil) by decision, 5-0
  • Quarterfinal: defeated Celal Sandal (Turkey) by decision, 4-1
  • Semifinal: defeated Vladimir Musalinov (Soviet Union) by decision, 3-2
  • Final: defeated Joseph Bessala (Cameroon) by decision, 4-1 (won gold medal)

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