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Wrestling at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Men's Greco-Roman 60 kg

Men's Greco-Roman 60 kg
at the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad
Venue Ano Liossia Olympic Hall
Date 25–26 August
Competitors 22 from 22 nations
Medalists
Gold medal    South Korea
Silver medal    Cuba
Bronze medal    Bulgaria
Wrestling at the
2004 Summer Olympics

Freestyle Greco-Roman
  55 kg     55 kg  
  60 kg     60 kg  
  66 kg     66 kg  
  74 kg     74 kg  
  84 kg     84 kg  
  96 kg     96 kg  
  120 kg     120 kg  
Women
  48 kg     63 kg  
  55 kg     72 kg  

The men's Greco-Roman 60 kg at the 2004 Summer Olympics as part of the wrestling program were held at the Ano Liossia Olympic Hall, August 25 to August 26.

The competition held with an elimination system of three or four wrestlers in each pool, with the winners qualify for the quarterfinals, semifinals and final by way of direct elimination.

Contents

  • Schedule 1
  • Results 2
    • Elimination pools 2.1
      • Pool 1 2.1.1
      • Pool 2 2.1.2
      • Pool 3 2.1.3
      • Pool 4 2.1.4
      • Pool 5 2.1.5
      • Pool 6 2.1.6
      • Pool 7 2.1.7
    • Knockout round 2.2
  • Final standing 3
  • References 4

Schedule

All times are Eastern European Summer Time (UTC+03:00)
Date Time Event
25 August 2004 09:30 Round 1
09:30 Round 2
17:30 Round 3
26 August 2004 09:30 Quarterfinals
09:30 Semifinals
17:30 Finals

Results

Legend
  • EF — Victory by forfeit, the loser is not classified
  • E2 — Both wrestlers are disqualified for violation of the rules
  • EV — Disqualification from all competition for violation of the rules
  • EX — 3 cautions or violation of the rules
  • PA — Injury default
  • PO — Victory by points, the loser without technical points
  • PP — Victory by points, the loser with technical points
  • SP — Technical superiority, 10 points difference, the loser with points
  • ST — Technical superiority, 10 points difference, the loser without points
  • TO — Victory by fall
  • CP — Classification points
  • TP — Technical points

Elimination pools

Pool 1

Athlete Pld W L CP TP
 Jung Ji-hyun (KOR) 2 2 0 6 13
 Vitaliy Rahimov (AZE) 2 1 1 3 4
 Włodzimierz Zawadzki (POL) 2 0 2 2 4
Score CP
 Włodzimierz Zawadzki (POL) 2–10  Jung Ji-hyun (KOR) 1–3 PP
 Vitaliy Rahimov (AZE) 4–2  Włodzimierz Zawadzki (POL) 3–1 PP
 Jung Ji-hyun (KOR) 3–0  Vitaliy Rahimov (AZE) 3–0 PO

Pool 2

Athlete Pld W L CP TP
 Eusebiu Diaconu (ROU) 2 2 0 7 13
 Jim Gruenwald (USA) 2 1 1 5 13
 Hugo Passos (POR) 2 0 2 0 7
Score CP
 Hugo Passos (POR) 0–10  Eusebiu Diaconu (ROU) 0–4 ST
 Jim Gruenwald (USA) 12–7  Hugo Passos (POR) 4–0 TO
 Eusebiu Diaconu (ROU) 3–1  Jim Gruenwald (USA) 3–1 PP

Pool 3

Athlete Pld W L CP TP
 Armen Nazaryan (BUL) 2 2 0 6 15
 Ashraf El-Gharably (EGY) 2 1 1 4 15
 Oleksandr Khvoshch (UKR) 2 0 2 2 4
Score CP
 Armen Nazaryan (BUL) 7–3  Ashraf El-Gharably (EGY) 3–1 PP
 Oleksandr Khvoshch (UKR) 1–8  Armen Nazaryan (BUL) 1–3 PP
 Ashraf El-Gharably (EGY) 12–3  Oleksandr Khvoshch (UKR) 3–1 PP

Pool 4

Athlete Pld W L CP TP
 Makoto Sasamoto (JPN) 2 2 0 7 20
 Sidney Guzman (PER) 2 1 1 3 3
 Davor Štefanek (SCG) 2 0 2 2 2
Score CP
 Sidney Guzman (PER) 0–11  Makoto Sasamoto (JPN) 0–4 ST
 Davor Štefanek (SCG) 1–3  Sidney Guzman (PER) 1–3 PP
 Makoto Sasamoto (JPN) 9–1  Davor Štefanek (SCG) 3–1 PP

Pool 5

Athlete Pld W L CP TP
 Nurlan Koizhaiganov (KAZ) 2 2 0 6 14
 GEO) 2 1 1 5 16
 Paolo Fucile (ITA) 2 0 2 0 0
Score CP
 Paolo Fucile (ITA) 0–10  GEO) 0–4 ST
 Nurlan Koizhaiganov (KAZ) 7–0  Paolo Fucile (ITA) 3–0 PO
 GEO) 6–7  Nurlan Koizhaiganov (KAZ) 1–3 PP

Pool 6

Athlete Pld W L CP TP
 Aleksey Shevtsov (RUS) 2 2 0 6 11
 Ai Linuer (CHN) 2 1 1 4 5
 Jurij Kohl (GER) 2 0 2 1 2
Score CP
 Ai Linuer (CHN) 2–4  Aleksey Shevtsov (RUS) 1–3 PP
 Jurij Kohl (GER) 2–3  Ai Linuer (CHN) 1–3 PP
 Aleksey Shevtsov (RUS) 7–0  Jurij Kohl (GER) 3–0 PO

Pool 7

Athlete Pld W L CP TP
 Roberto Monzón (CUB) 3 3 0 9 16
 Şeref Tüfenk (TUR) 3 2 1 6 8
 Ali Ashkani (IRI) 3 1 2 5 8
 Christos Gikas (GRE) 3 0 3 1 1
Score CP
 Christos Gikas (GRE) 0–5  Şeref Tüfenk (TUR) 0–3 PO
 Roberto Monzón (CUB) 4–1  Ali Ashkani (IRI) 3–1 PP
 Christos Gikas (GRE) 0–7  Roberto Monzón (CUB) 0–3 PO
 Şeref Tüfenk (TUR) 3–1  Ali Ashkani (IRI) 3–1 PP
 Christos Gikas (GRE) 1–6  Ali Ashkani (IRI) 1–3 PP
 Şeref Tüfenk (TUR) 0–5  Roberto Monzón (CUB) 0–3 PO

Knockout round

Quarterfinals Semifinals Gold medal match
  Jung Ji-hyun (KOR) 6  
  Eusebiu Diaconu (ROU) 0       Jung Ji-hyun (KOR) 3  
  Armen Nazaryan (BUL) 5       Armen Nazaryan (BUL) 1  
  Makoto Sasamoto (JPN) 3         Jung Ji-hyun (KOR) 3
  Nurlan Koizhaiganov (KAZ) 1         Roberto Monzón (CUB) 0
  Aleksey Shevtsov (RUS) 3       Aleksey Shevtsov (RUS) 3
           Roberto Monzón (CUB) 6     Bronze medal match
      
  Armen Nazaryan (BUL) 4
  Aleksey Shevtsov (RUS) 3
5th place match
  Makoto Sasamoto (JPN) 4
  Nurlan Koizhaiganov (KAZ) 0

Final standing

Rank Athlete
1st  Jung Ji-hyun (KOR)
2nd  Roberto Monzón (CUB)
3rd  Armen Nazaryan (BUL)
4  Aleksey Shevtsov (RUS)
5  Makoto Sasamoto (JPN)
6  Nurlan Koizhaiganov (KAZ)
7  Eusebiu Diaconu (ROU)
8  Şeref Tüfenk (TUR)
9  GEO)
10  Jim Gruenwald (USA)
11  Ali Ashkani (IRI)
12  Ashraf El-Gharably (EGY)
13  Ai Linuer (CHN)
14  Vitaliy Rahimov (AZE)
15  Sidney Guzman (PER)
16  Włodzimierz Zawadzki (POL)
17  Oleksandr Khvoshch (UKR)
18  Davor Štefanek (SCG)
19  Jurij Kohl (GER)
20  Christos Gikas (GRE)
21  Hugo Passos (POR)
22  Paolo Fucile (ITA)

References

  • Official Report
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