Posted August 06, 2012 on AP on Fox
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Lightweight Vasyl Lomachenko of Ukraine clinched his second Olympic boxing medal with a 14-9 victory over Puerto Rico's Felix Verdejo on Monday night, and middleweight Vijender Singh was eliminated in the biggest blow yet to the beleaguered Indian team. Middleweight Anthony Ogogo ensured the powerful British team would win its third medal of its home Olympic tournament. Super heavyweight Anthony Joshua clinched a fourth in the night's final bout, knocking down China's Zhang Zhilei in a 15-11 win. Evaldas Petrauskas also secured Lithuania's first-ever Olympic boxing medal, beating Italy's Domenico Valentino in a 16-14 upset. Valentino's teammate, defending gold medalist Roberto Cammarelle, barely survived his quarterfinal super heavyweight bout, edging Morocco's Mohammed Arjaoui 12-11.
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