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Team USA Claims 13 Medals from the 2024 USA Boxing International Invitational

by Luke Santangelo

The USA Boxing 2024 International Invitational concluded yesterday with Team USA winning three gold medals on championship Saturday. Terry Washington (San Bernardino, Calif.), Dedrick Crocklem (Tacoma, Wash.), and Amir Anderson (Syracuse, N.Y.) finished with gold medals, while Keon Davis (Norfolk, Va.) and Rahim Gonzales (Las Vegas, Nev.) took home silver medals for Team USA.

Washington, the youngest boxer on the team at 19 years old, fought against Michael Trindade, a qualified Olympian boxer, out of Brazil. The California native dug deep and secured a 10-8 score in the third round to earn his first gold medal in an international tournament.

Keon Davis secured the silver medal as he fought hard but fell short 4-1 to the Olympic qualified boxer, Nikolai Terteryan, out of Denmark.

Amir Anderson (Syracuse, N.Y.) won gold due to a medical walkover over Robby Gonzales (Las Vegas, Nev.) and Gonzales claimed the silver medal.  Dedrick Crocklem also won gold by medical walkover against Patris Mughalzai from Great Britain.

Team USA took home 13 medals from the 2024 USA Boxing International Invitational. The complete list of Team USA boxers who medaled can be seen below.

The team was led by National Head Coach, Billy Walsh (Colorado Springs, Colo.). Assisting Walsh on the coaching staff was National Resident Coach, Timothy Nolan (Rochester, N.Y.), National Development Coach, Chad Wigle (Colorado Springs, Colo.), and High Performance Coaches, Candice Vascocu (Bullard, Texas), Danilo Garcia (Oakland, Calif.) and Debra Lagares (Rochester, N.Y.).

Team USA now shifts their focus to the World Qualification Tournament 2 in Bangkok, Thailand, where the remaining seven boxers look to make their push to qualify to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

Team USA Medalists


51 kg: Terry Washington, San Bernardino, Calif./USA

63.5 kg: Dedrick Crocklem Tacoma, Wash./ USA

80 kg: Amir Anderson, Syracuse, N.Y./USA


71 kg: Keon Davis, Norfolk, Va./USA

80 kg: Robby Gonzales, Las Vegas, Nev./USA


50 kg: Jennifer Lozano, Laredo, Texas/ USA

54 kg: Kayla Gomez, El Paso, Texas

57 kg: Francis Stewart, Cleveland, Ohio/ USA

60 kg: Lisa Greer, Colorado Springs, Colo./ USA

66 kg: Morelle McCane, Cleveland, Ohio/ USA

75 kg: Naomi Graham, Fayetteville, N.C./USA

92 kg: Jamar Talley, Camden, N.J./USA

92 +kg: Steven Williams, Chester, Pa./USA