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Medal record Men’s Boxing Competitor for the  Soviet Union Olympic Games Gold 1988 Seoul Light Welterweight European Amateur Championships Bronze 1985 Budapest Light Welterweight Silver 1987 Turin Light Welterweight Vyacheslav Evgenevich Yanovskiy (Russian: Вячеслав Евгеньевич Яновский sometimes spelt Viatcheslav Ianovski, born August 24, 1957 in Vitebsk) is a Belarusian boxer who won a Light Welterweight Gold Medal at the 1988 Summer Olympics for the USSR. He began boxing at age 13. In 1988 he became the Honoured Master of Sports of the USSR. During his amateur career he trained at Dynamo in Vitebsk. Olympic results Defeated Søren Søndergaard (Denmark) RSC 2 Defeated Rashid Matumla (Tanzania) RSC 3 Defeated Ludovic Proto (France) 5-0 Defeated Anthony Mwamba (Zambia) 5-0 Defeated Reiner Gies (West Germany) KO 1 Defeated Grahame Cheney (Australia) 5-0 Pro career Yanovskiy turned professional in 1990 and did not lose in his first 26 fights. In 1995 he was KO'd by journeyman Edwin Murillo and retired in 1997 with a career record of 30-1-1. External links Professional boxing record for Vyacheslav Yanovskiy from BoxRec (Russian) Profile in the Olympic Encyclopedia (Russian) Biography v • d • e Olympic Boxing Champions in Men's Light Welterweight 1952–2000: 60–63.5 kg, 2004-2008: 60-64 kg 1952: Charles Adkins (USA) • 1956: Vladimir Yengibaryan (URS) • 1960: Bohumil Němeček (TCH) • 1964–1968: Jerzy Kulej (POL) • 1972: Ray Seales (USA) • 1976: Ray Leonard (USA) • 1980: Patrizio Oliva (ITA) • 1984: Jerry Page (USA) • 1988: Vyacheslav Yanovskiy (URS) • 1992–1996: Héctor Vinent (CUB) • 2000: Mahammatkodir Abdoollayev (UZB) • 2004: Manus Boonjumnong (THA) • 2008: Manuel Félix Díaz (DOM) Persondata Name Yanovski, Vyacheslav Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1957 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to a Belarusian boxer is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e This article about a Soviet Olympic medalist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e