Wrestling at the 1924 Summer Olympics – Men's Greco-Roman lightweight

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Men's lightweight Greco-Roman wrestling
at the Games of the VIII Olympiad
Venue Krachtsportgebouw
Dates July 6–10
Competitors 28 from 18 nations
Medalists
Gold medal    Finland
Silver medal    Hungary
Bronze medal    Finland
«1920 1928»
Wrestling at the
1924 Summer Olympics
lnik=Wrestliung at the 1924 Summer Olympics
Greco-Roman
Bantam men
Feather men
Light men
Middle men
Light heavy men
Heavy men
Freestyle
Bantam men
Feather men
Light men
Welter men
Middle men
Light heavy men
Heavy men

The men's Greco-Roman lightweight was a Greco-Roman wrestling event held as part of the Wrestling at the 1924 Summer Olympics programme.[1] It was the fourth appearance of the event. Lightweight was the third-lightest category, including wrestlers weighing 62 to 67 kilograms.

Results[edit]

Source: Official results;[2] Wudarski[3]

The tournament was double-elimination.

First round[edit]

Losses Winner Loser Losses
0  Oskari Friman (FIN)  Arne Gaupset (NOR) 1
0  Josef Beránek (TCH)  Sidney Bergmann (AUT) 1
0  Alfred Praks (EST)  Holger Askehave (DEN) 1
0  Leon Rękawek (POL)  Vasilios Pavlidis (GRE) 1
0  Rūdolfs Ronis (LAT)  Louis Christoffel (BEL) 1
0  Karl Westerlund (FIN)  Fuat Akbaş (TUR) 1
0  Lajos Keresztes (HUN)  Ahmed Rahmy (EGY) 1
0  František Kratochvíl (TCH)  Roberto De Marchi (ITA) 1
0  Carl Coerse (NED)  Francisco Solé (ESP) 1
0  Frants Frisenfeldt (DEN)  Erling Michelsen (NOR) 1
0  Albert Kusnets (EST)  Georges Metayer (FRA) 1
0  Otto Borgström (SWE)  Walter Ranghieri (ITA) 1
0  Mihály Matura (HUN)  Ludwig Sesta (AUT) 1
0  Paul Parisel (FRA)  Englebert Mollin (BEL) 1

Second round[edit]

Losses Winner Loser Losses
0  Oskari Friman (FIN)  Josef Beránek (TCH) 1
1  Arne Gaupset (NOR)  Johann Bergmann (AUT) 2
0  Alfred Praks (EST)  Leon Rękawek (POL) 1
1  Holger Askehave (DEN)  Vasilios Pavlidis (GRE) 2
0  Rūdolfs Ronis (LAT)  Fuat Akbaş (TUR) 2
0  Karl Westerlund (FIN)  Louis Christoffel (BEL) 2
0  Lajos Keresztes (HUN)  Roberto de Marchi (ITA) 2
0  František Kratochvíl (TCH)  Ahmed Rahmy (EGY) 2
0  Frants Frisenfeldt (DEN)  Carl Coerse (NED) 1
1  Francisco Solé (ESP)  Erling Michelsen (NOR) 2
0  Albert Kusnets (EST)  Otto Borgström (SWE) 1
1  Walter Ranghieri (ITA)  Georges Metayer (FRA) 2
0  Mihály Matura (HUN)  Paul Parisel (FRA) 1
1  Ludwig Sesta (AUT)  Englebert Mollin (BEL) 2

Third round[edit]

Losses Winner Loser Losses
1  Arne Gaupset (NOR)  Josef Beránek (TCH) 2
0  Rūdolfs Ronis (LAT)  Alfred Praks (EST) 1
1  Holger Askehave (DEN)  Leon Rękawek (POL) 2
0  Lajos Keresztes (HUN)  Karl Westerlund (FIN) 1
0  František Kratochvíl (TCH)  Carl Coerse (NED) 2
0  Frants Frisenfeldt (DEN)  Francisco Solé (ESP) 2
0  Albert Kusnets (EST)  Walter Ranghieri (ITA) 2
0  Mihály Matura (HUN)  Otto Borgström (SWE) 2
1  Ludwig Sesta (AUT)  Paul Parisel (FRA) 2
0  Oskari Friman (FIN) Bye

Fourth round[edit]

Losses Winner Loser Losses
1  Arne Gaupset (NOR)  Ludwig Sesta (AUT) 2
0  Lajos Keresztes (HUN)  Rūdolfs Ronis (LAT) 1
1  Karl Westerlund (FIN)  Alfred Praks (EST) 2
0  Oskari Friman (FIN)  Holger Askehave (DEN) 2
0  František Kratochvíl (TCH)  Frants Frisenfeldt (DEN) 1
0  Albert Kusnets (EST)  Mihály Matura (HUN) 1

Fifth round[edit]

Losses Winner Loser Losses
0  Albert Kusnets (EST)  Arne Gaupset (NOR) 2
0  Lajos Keresztes (HUN)  Frants Frisenfeldt (DEN) 2
1  Karl Westerlund (FIN)  František Kratochvíl (TCH) 1
0  Oskari Friman (FIN)  Mihály Matura (HUN) 2
Abandoned  Rūdolfs Ronis (LAT)

Sixth round[edit]

This was the final round. Friman won gold, undefeated. Keresztes took silver and Westerlund bronze, as Kusnets finished fourth.

Losses Winner Loser Losses
0  Oskari Friman (FIN)  Lajos Keresztes (HUN) 1
1  Karl Westerlund (FIN)  Albert Kusnets (EST) 1
Abandoned  František Kratochvíl (TCH)

References[edit]