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Lee Ok-Sung Personal information Full name 이 옥성 Nationality  South Korea Born February 7, 1981 (1981-02-07) (age 30) Jinju, Gyeongsangnam-do Height 1.72 m (5 ft 8 in) Weight 51 kilograms (110 lb) Sport Sport Boxing Rated at Flyweight Medal record World Amateur Championships Gold 2005 Mianyang Flyweight Asian Championships Gold 2005 Ho Chi Minh City Flyweight Lee Ok-Sung (born February 7, 1981 in Jinju, Gyeongsangnam-do, South Korea ) is a South Korean amateur boxer best known for winning the 2005 World Championships in the men's flyweight division. Career Lee is relatively tall for a flyweight (170 cm). At the 2005 World Championships In Mianyang, China, he beat young southpaw Rau'shee Warren to set up his surprise championship win. In the finals he defeated Cuban Andry Laffita who had beaten Somjit Jongjohor (THA) and Jérôme Thomas (FRA). He became the first South Korean amateur boxer to win a gold medal at the World Amateur Boxing Championships since 1986 when Moon Sung-Kil won the gold in Reno, United States. At the 2006 Asian Games Lee just as surprisingly lost to Yang Bo of China in the quarterfinals, and his winning streak in international competition ended at 28 games. He did not participated in the national trials for the 2007 World Championships in order to complete his Master's degree. In the first round of the 2008 Olympic Games Lee defeated 2007 World Champion Rau'shee Warren in another surprising upset victory. Results 2005 World Championships Event Round Result Opponent Score Flyweight First bye Second Win Igor Samoilenco 30-20 Third Win Nikoloz Izoria 26-17 Quarterfinal Win Anvar Yunusov 15-9 Semifinal Win Rau'shee Warren 16-15 Final Win Andry Laffita 33-22 2008 Summer Olympics Event Round Result Opponent Score Flyweight First Win Rau'shee Warren 9-8 Second Loss Walid Cherif 5-11 External links Profile sports-reference v · d · eWorld Amateur Boxing Champions in Men's Flyweight 1974 – 2009: up to 51 kg 1974: Douglas Rodríguez (CUB)  · 1978: Henryk Średnicki (POL)  · 1982: Yuri Alexandrov (USR)  · 1986: Pedro Reyes (CUB)  · 1989: Yuri Arbachakov (URS)  · 1991: István Kovács (HUN)  · 1993: Waldemar Font (CUB)  · 1995: Zoltan Lunka (GER)  · 1997: Manuel Mantilla (CUB)  · 1999: Bulat Jumadilov (KAZ)  · 2001: Jérôme Thomas (FRA)  · 2003: Somjit Jongjohor (THA)  · 2005: Lee Ok-Sung (KOR)  · 2007: Rau'shee Warren (USA)  · 2009: McWilliams Arroyo (PUR) Persondata Name Lee, Ok-Sung Alternative names Short description Date of birth February 7, 1981 Place of birth Jinju, Gyeongsangnam-do Date of death Place of death This biographical article relating to a South Korean boxing figure is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e