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2013 National Golden Gloves in Salt Lake City - Day 6

(SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH) – The 2013 Golden Gloves National Championships concluded with 10 final round bouts on Saturday at the Salt Palace Convention Center in in Salt Lake City, Utah. Championship bouts were contested in all 10 weight divisions on the final night of action.

Bantamweight Gary Antonio Russell (Capitol Heights, Md.) received the Golden Boy award, given to the Outstanding Boxer of the Tournament. He became the third Russell brother to win the National Golden Gloves, joining older brothers Gary Allan Russell, Jr., and Gary Allen Russell III who won the event in 2005 and 2010 respectively. They are the third trio of brothers to win the National Golden Gloves and the first in 35 years.

Super heavyweight Cam F. Awesome (Lenexa, Kansas) enjoyed a triumphant trio as well, winning his third National Golden Gloves title.

The full list of results can be found below.

Saturday’s Championship Round Results

108 lbs: Nico Hernandez, Kansas-Oklahoma dec. Tyrone Arzeno, Pennsylvania

114 lbs: Stephen Fulton Jr., Pennsylvania dec. Cristian Williams, Chicago

123 lbs: Gary Antonio Russell, Washington DC dec. Ja’Rico O’Quinn, Detroit

132 lbs: Lamont Roach Jr., Washington DC dec. Maliek Montgomery, Knoxville

141 lbs: Julian Rodriguez, New Jersey dec. Eddie Ramirez, Chicago

152 lbs: Erickson Lubin, Florida dec. Andreal Holmes Jr., Michigan

165 lbs: Marquis Moore, Colorado-N. Mexico dec. Kyrone Davis, Pennsylvania

178 lbs: Steven Nelson, Colorado-New Mexico dec. Randy Foster, Knoxville

201 lbs: Earl Newman, New York Metro dec. Joshua Temple, St. Louis

201+ lbs: Cam F. Awesome, Kansas City dec. Jermaine Franklin, Michigan

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