| Boxing at the|
1948 Summer Olympics
Final results for the Boxing competition at the 1948 Summer Olympics .
| Flyweight |
| Pascual Pérez |
| Spartaco Bandinelli |
| Han Soo-Ann |
| Bantamweight |
| Tibor Csík |
| Gianbattista Zuddas |
| Juan Evangelista Venegas |
| Featherweight |
| Ernesto Formenti |
| Dennis Shepherd |
| Aleksy Antkiewicz |
| Lightweight |
| Gerald Dreyer |
| Joseph Vissers |
| Svend Wad |
| Welterweight |
| Július Torma |
| Hank Herring |
| Alessandro D'Ottavio |
| Middleweight |
| László Papp |
| John Wright |
| Ivano Fontana |
| Light heavyweight |
| George Hunter |
| Don Scott |
| Mauro Cía |
| Heavyweight |
| Rafael Iglesias |
| Gunnar Nilsson |
| John Arthur |
|1||South Africa (RSA)||2||1||1||4|
|6||Great Britain (GBR)||0||2||0||2|
|United States (USA)||0||1||0||1|
|Puerto Rico (PUR)||0||0||1||1|
|South Korea (KOR)||0||0||1||1|
|Totals (13 nations)||8||8||8||24|
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