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Darren Sutherland

Darren Sutherland

(1982 – 2009)

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Darren Sutherland

Darren Sutherland
(1982 – 2009)

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Darren Sutherland

(1982 – 2009)
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This is an online obituary in memory of Darren Sutherland. Darren John Sutherland (18 April 1982 – 14 September 2009) was an Irish professional boxer from Dublin, Ireland. His amateur career was crowned by a bronze medal for Ireland in the middleweight division at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, China. At the World Championships 2007 he was beaten by Alfonso Blanco who went on to win a silver medal in the competition. He was the third ranked European boxer in the middleweight division. He lost at the first qualifier to English southpaw James DeGale 22:23 but qualified by winning a gold medal as the second Olympic qualifier for Europe. In the final he stopped Jean Mickael Raymond. This memorial is to honour
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Darren Sutherland

This is an online obituary in memory of Darren Sutherland. Darren John Sutherland (18 April 1982 – 14 September 2009) was an Irish professional boxer from Dublin, Ireland. His amateur career was crowned by a bronze medal for Ireland in the middleweight division at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, China. At the World Championships 2007 he was beaten by Alfonso Blanco who went on to win a silver medal in the competition. He was the third ranked European boxer in the middleweight division. He lost at the first qualifier to English southpaw James DeGale 22:23 but qualified by winning a gold medal as the second Olympic qualifier for Europe. In the final he stopped Jean Mickael Raymond. This memorial is to honour...

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