Here are the results of the Final matches in Baku 2011
Men’s Light Flyweight (-49Kg)
Shiming ZOU 20 – 11 Jong SHIN (2)
Zou Shiming of China continue his dominance of the light-flyweight division as he won ,20-11 , against South Korea’s Shin Jong. Shiming won his 3rd World Championships after winning in 2005 and 2007.
Men’s Flyweight (-52Kg)
Misha ALOIAN (1) 13 – 12 Andrew SELBY (10)
The 2009 Bronze medallis Misha Aloian struck gold as he beat Andrew Selby, 13-12. Selby is the winner of the European championships. Aloain also won a close match with American Raushee Warren in the semis.
Men’s Bantamweight (-56Kg)
Luke CAMPBELL 10 – 14 Lazaro ALVAREZ
Former AIBA Cadet champion Lazaro Alvarez of Cuba is now a world champion. He beat the 2008 European champion Luke Campbell of England in the finals. Alvarez is one of the 3 Cubans who are in the finals.
Men’s Lightweight (-60Kg)
Vasyl LOMACHENKO 17 – 12 Yasnier TOLEDO (3)
2009 Featherweight world champion Vasyl Lomachenko won the 2011 Lightweight gold medal after beating Cuban Yasneir Toledo Lopez. Lomachenko is the first of 5 Ukranians in the finals. He jumpstarted the Ukrainian gold rush by beating the highly ranked Cuban.
Men’s Light Welterweight (-64Kg)
Denys BERINCHYK 23 – 26 Everton dos SANTOS
PanAmerican Games Silver Medallist Everton dos Santos of Brazil outclassed Denys Berinchy of Ukraine. Brazil wob 1 gold and 1 bronze in this year’s world amateur championships.
Men’s Welterweight (-69Kg)=
Serik SAPIYEV 10 – 16 Taras SHELESTYUK
Ukraine won its second Gold medal with the 16-10 victory of Taras Shelestyuk over the 2007 and 2007 winner Serik Sapiyev of Kazakhstan.
Men’s Middleweight (-75Kg)
Ryota MURATA 22 – 24 Ievgen KHYTROV
Ukraine got its third gold when Ievgen Khytrov beat upset-conscious Japanese Ryota Murata, 24-22.
Men’s Light Heavyweight (-81Kg)
Julio la CRUZ 17 – 13 Adilbek NIYAZYMBETOV
Cuba’s Julio la Cruz won the second gold medal for Cuba as he survived Adilbel Niyazymbetov, 17-13. Cuba had a modest 2 gold 1 silver haul in this year’s world championships.
Men’s Heavyweight (-91Kg)
Oleksandr USYK (8) 25 – 15 Teymur MAMMADOV (3)
Usyk upgraded his 2009 silver medal into a 2011 gold medal as he beat local hero Teyur Mammadov in the heavyweight finals. Mammadov reigning Euorpean champ. Usyk’s gold made Ukraine the biggest winner in Baku with 4 golds in 5 final matches.
Men’s Super Heavyweight (+91Kg)
Anthony JOSHUA 21 – 22 Magomedrasul MEDZHIDOV (2)
Medzhidov silenced the critics of the rankings here in Baku as he won the only gold medal for Azerbaijan in a very close 22-21 victory over England’s Anthony Joshua.