Pat McCormack, the twin brother of Luke McCormack, won a silver medal as part of Team GB at the delayed Tokyo 2020 Olympics in August 2021.
2020 Olympic silver
McCormack was handed a bye in the preliminaries.
McCormack dominated from the first bell and won a unanimous decision. He almost took a clean sweep on the cards, but for the Sri Lanka judge, who surprisingly awarded the first round to his opponent.
He proved too quick and skillful for the 21-year-old, who was caught with slick counters from the British medal hope.
He took on Uzbekistan's Bobo Usman Baturo in the quarter-finals. He picked up a split decision victory this time around after a close-fought three-rounds of action.
McCormack did not have to face anyone in the semi-final. He advanced via walk-over with eventual bronze medalist Aidan Walsh being unable to compete.
Silver at World Championships
Pat's twin brother Luke McCormack also represented Team GB before turning professional.