Named after his twin brothers who passed away at birth.
Entered the ring for the first time at age 9 at the Wichita gym owned by his father, Lewis.
Competed in soccer, wrestling and cross country in school.
Captured Junior Olympic gold in 2011 and 2012; added a U.S. Golden Gloves title in 2013 and runner-up in 2015 (both at 49kg).
Became the 14th Olympian from Wichita (and first since 2004) when he defeated an Argentine fighter in Buenos Aires in March, joining a list featuring track great Jim Ryun and basketball's Lynette Woodard.
Raised money to fly his parents to Rio by selling t-shirts with his likeness, a fund-raiser also involving other U.S. boxers.
Tied for a bronze medal in the men's light flyweight division at the 2016 Olympics in Rio.