Toni Filipi

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Toni Filipi (* 1. March 1996 ) is a Croatian boxer in the heavyweight division . He is the younger brother of boxer Josip Filipi .


Toni Filipi is around 1.87 m tall and trains in Zadar and Zagreb . In 2014 he became Croatian youth champion and started at the 2014 Youth World Championships in Bulgaria , where he won the silver medal. He was only defeated in the final fight with 0: 3 against Yordan Hernandez . He was nominated for the 2014 Summer Youth Olympic Games in China , where he won the silver medal again with another defeat in the final against Hernandez, this time 2-1.

In February 2017 he won the Bocskai tournament in Hungary with a final victory against Igor Jakubowski and secured the silver medal at the U22 European Championships in Romania in 2017 . After victories against the starters from Romania, Belarus and Ukraine, he only lost 3-2 to French Paul Omba-Biongolo in the final .

At the U22 European Championships in Romania in 2018, he fought his way to the semi-finals against the starters from Romania, England and Turkey, where he was eliminated by the Ukrainian Sergi Gorskow with 1: 4 and won a bronze medal. Since February 2018 he has been boxing for the Croatian team Croatian Knights in the World Series of Boxing (WSB) and has so far won two fights against Clemente Russo and Kristijan Dimitrov.

At the Mediterranean Games in Spain in 2018 he won the silver medal, beating Paul Omba-Biongolo in the semifinals . He won another silver medal at the 2018 EU Championships in Spain after a final defeat against the Italian Aziz Mouhiidine .

In 2019 he won a bronze medal at the European Games in Minsk . He was only eliminated in the semifinals against Muslim Gadschimagomedow . At the 2019 World Championships in Yekaterinburg, however, he lost 3-2 to Tadas Tamašauskas in the first fight.

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Individual evidence

  1. 4th AIBA Youth World Championships 2014
  2. 2nd Youth Olympic Games 2014
  3. European 2nd U-22 Championships 2017
  4. 3rd European U-22 Championships 2018
  5. 18th Mediterranean Games 2018
  6. 9th European Union Championships 2018
  7. European Games 2019