The boxing tournament of the 19th Pacific Games hosted in Honiara, Solomon Islands, concluded at the Friendship Hall. Over six intense days, more than 140 exceptional athletes representing 17 countries fiercely competed in 13 weight categories (7 for men, 6  for women) to secure one of the coveted 13 Paris 2024 Olympic quota places up for grabs, each allocated to the winner in their respective weight classes.

Australia’s dominance was striking throughout the competition, leaving an indelible mark by securing an impressive total of 12 Olympic berths. However, amongst their triumph, the tenacious team from Samoa distinguished themselves, emerging victorious in the 92kg weight category and clinching a quota place.

As the continental Olympic qualification phase comes to and end in Honiara, boxers will now have two further opportunities to claim spots for Paris 2024 through two scheduled World Qualification Tournaments next year. The first Boxing Road to Paris world qualifier will be held in Busto Arsizio, Italy, from the 4th to the 11th of March 2024, while the second and last world qualifier is set to take place in Bangkok, Thailand, from the 26th of May to the 2nd of June 2024.

Stay tuned on for updates on the Boxing Road to Paris! 


Find the medal standings in the ‘Results’ section at the bottom of the page, here.

Paris 2024 Quota Places awarded (13 out of 13) at the Pacific Games, by Event

Women’s 50kg: Monique SURACI (AUS)

Woman’s 54kg: Tiana ECHEGARAY (AUS)

Women’s 57kg: Tina RAHIMI (AUS)

Women’s 60kg: Tyla McDONALD (AUS)

Women’s 66kg: Marissa WILLIAMSON (AUS)

Women’s 75kg: Caitlin PARKER (AUS)

Men’s 51kg: Yusuf CHOTHIA (AUS)

Men’s 57kg: Charlie SENIOR (AUS)

Men’s 63.5kg: Harry GARSIDE (AUS)

Men’s 71kg: Shannan DAVEY (AUS)

Men’s 80kg: Callum PETERS (AUS)


Men’s +92kg: Teremoana TEREMOANA (AUS)