2020 Oceania Open Medalists

Female Strawweight 52.2 kg (115 lbs)
Gold: Olivia Ukmar (Australia)
Silver: Nina Back (Sweden)

Female Atomweight 47.6 kg (105 lbs)
Gold: Bezhan Mahmudi (Sweden)
Silver: Magdalena Czaban (Poland)

Female Flyweight 56.7 kg (125 lbs)
Gold: Bianca Antman (Sweden)
Silver: Jess Bradley (New Zealand)

Female Bantamweight 61.2 kg (135 lbs)
Gold: Jesse Wenzlick (Australia)
Silver: Rosemarie McAuslin (New Zealand)

Female Lightweight 70.3 kg (155 lbs)
Gold: Michelle Montague (New Zealand)
Silver: Jenni Kivioja (Finland)

Strawweight 52.2 kg (115 lbs)
Gold: Troy Fumo (Australia)

Flyweight 56.7 kg (125 lbs)
Gold: Mohammed Almuamari (Bahrain)

Bantamweight 61.2 kg (135 lbs)
Gold: Muhammad Mokaev (United Kingdom)
Silver: Abdulla Mubarak (Bahrain)
Bronze: Keoni TEROROTUA (French Polynesia)
Abdulla Alyaqoob (Bahrain)

Featherweight 65.8 kg (145 lbs)
Gold: Colby Thicknesse (Australia)
Silver: Dylan Thompson (United Kingdom)
Bronze: Abdul Mahdawi (Australia), Denzil Brokken (New Zealand)

Lightweight 70.3 kg (155 lbs):
Gold: Jordan Thomas (Australia)
Silver: Zubair Gadzhiev (Bahrain)
Bronze: Oliver Schmid (New Zealand), Andy Le (Australia)

Welterweight 77.1 kg (170 lbs)
Gold: Ramazan Gitinov (Bahrain)
Silver: Corey Reeves (Australia)
Bronze: Yousif Sayyar (Bahrain), Lachlan Stitt (Australia)

Middleweight 83.9 kg (185 lbs)
Gold: Hakaraia Wilson (New Zealand)
Silver: Loni Doyle Filimoehala (Australia)
Bronze: Vaibhav Vaman Shetty (India), Omer Suliman (Australia)

Light Heavyweight 93 kg (205 lbs)
Gold: Murtaza Talha Ali (Bahrain)
Silver: Patrick Best (Australia) – TKO R1 2:29
Bronze: Auryn Parmley (Australia), Ezekiel Wetere (New Zealand)

Heavyweight 120.2 kg (265 lbs)
Gold: Ryan Spillane (Ireland)
Silver: Dane Alchin (Australia)

Super Heavyweight 300 kg (661 lbs)
Gold: Hiro Lemaire (French Polynesia)

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