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Antonius Franciscus "Toon" Pastor (10 January 1929 28 June 2008) [1] was a boxer from the Netherlands, who competed at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, Finland. There he lost on points (1–2) in the quarterfinals of the light heavyweight (– 81 kg) division to Karl Kistner of Germany. He was born in Amsterdam. [2]

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