Michael Carruth

1967 - Today

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Michael Carruth (born 9 July 1967) is a southpaw Irish Olympic boxer from Dublin. He is best known for winning the welterweight gold medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Michael Carruth has received more than 83,571 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Michael Carruth is the 2,762nd most popular athlete, the 434th most popular biography from Ireland and the 15th most popular Irish Athlete.

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  • 16

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Among athletes, Michael Carruth ranks 2,762 out of 3,055Before him are Brian Price, Gloria Kemasuode, Yasemin Can, Cao Yuan, Kamila Chudzik, and Huo Liang. After him are Philipp Wende, Brittany Broben, Daniel Bailey, Tatyana Shemyakina, Nijel Amos, and Yun Sung-bin.

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Among people born in 1967, Michael Carruth ranks 689Before him are Bill Shorten, Hollis Conway, Tony Leondis, Nandana Sen, Efan Ekoku, and Steve Kean. After him are Peter Kelamis, Anupama Chopra, Jim Murphy, Greg Clark, and Miriam Rodríguez Martínez.

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In Ireland

Among people born in Ireland, Michael Carruth ranks 434 out of 460Before him are Stephen Kelly (1983), Ryan O'Shaughnessy (1992), Robbie Brady (1992), Jacksepticeye (1990), Simon Coveney (1972), and Damien Delaney (1981). After him are Molly Sterling (1998), Joey O'Brien (1986), Kenny Cunningham (1971), Paul McShane (1986), David Meyler (1989), and Brendan Murray (1996).

Among ATHLETES In Ireland

Among athletes born in Ireland, Michael Carruth ranks 15Before him are Tom Kiely (1869), Edward Barrett (1877), Pat O'Callaghan (1906), Ron Delany (1935), Eamonn Coghlan (1952), and Sonia O'Sullivan (1969). After him are Robert Heffernan (1978) and Derval O'Rourke (1981).