An Olympic boxer involved in a road rage incident in Canberra has failed to turn up for the judgement in his case.
Adam Tony Forsyth, 32, was not in court for Friday's ruling, with his lawyers saying he can not be found.
Forsyth has been found guilty of assaulting a truck driver, who was left with injuries including broken teeth and a broken nose.
The dispute began when the heavy weight boxer blocked the truck's path while trying to park a hire car.
Both men ended up in a physical confrontation with Forsyth throwing the first punch.
He had argued he acted in self defence.
But ACT Supreme Court Justice Hilary Penfold rejected that, saying Forsyth was really responding to verbal criticism of his driving skills as he sought unsuccessfully to park his car.
Justice Penfold says Forsyth used his boxing skills to punish the victim.
The case will return to court in September.