Enrique Carrión Olivares (Santiago de Cuba, 11 October 1967) is a Cuban boxer best known to win the 1989 World Amateur Boxing Championships at bantamweight.He won the 1989 final against Bulgarian Serafim Todorov who beat him in 1991 and at featherweight in 1993. He didn't participate in the 1992 Olympics, where his replacement was future professional world champion Joel Casamayor, who secured the gold medal for Cuba.

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  • Enrique Carrión Olivares (Santiago de Cuba, 11 October 1967) is a Cuban boxer best known to win the 1989 World Amateur Boxing Championships at bantamweight.He won the 1989 final against Bulgarian Serafim Todorov who beat him in 1991 and at featherweight in 1993. He didn't participate in the 1992 Olympics, where his replacement was future professional world champion Joel Casamayor, who secured the gold medal for Cuba. (en)
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  • Enrique Carrion facing Frank Sygmund of Germany in Berlin, 1990 (en)
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