|Born||20 April 1907|
|Died||20 March 1983 (aged 75)|
|Club||IK Ymer, Borås|
Thure Johan Ahlqvist (20 April 1907 – 20 March 1983) was a Swedish lightweight boxer who won a silver medal at the 1932 Summer Olympics. A tall and mobile boxer, Ahlqvist favored fighting at a distance, occasionally throwing straight punches.
Below are the results for Thure Ahlqvist, a Swedish lightweight boxer who competed at the 1932 Los Angeles Olympics:
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