Wrestling at the 1972 Summer Olympics – Men's freestyle 52 kg

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Wrestling at the
1972 Summer Olympics
Freestyle Greco-Roman
  48 kg     48 kg  
  52 kg     52 kg  
  57 kg     57 kg  
  62 kg     62 kg  
  68 kg     68 kg  
  74 kg     74 kg
  82 kg     82 kg
  90 kg     90 kg
  100 kg     100 kg
  +100 kg     +100 kg

The Men's Freestyle 52 kg at the 1972 Summer Olympics as part of the wrestling program at the Fairgrounds, Judo and Wrestling Hall.

Medalists[edit]

Gold  Kiyomi Kato
Japan (JPN)
Silver  Arsen Alakhverdiyev
Soviet Union (URS)
Bronze  Kim Gwong-Hyong
North Korea (PRK)

Tournament results[edit]

The competition used a form of negative points tournament, with negative points given for any result short of a fall. Accumulation of 6 negative points eliminated the wrestler. When only two or three wrestlers remain, a special final round is used to determine the order of the medals.

Legend
  • DNA — Did not appear
  • TPP — Total penalty points
  • MPP — Match penalty points
Penalties
  • 0 — Won by Fall, Passivity, Injury and Forfeit
  • 0.5 — Won by Technical Superiority
  • 1 — Won by Points
  • 2 — Draw
  • 2.5 — Draw, Passivity
  • 3 — Lost by Points
  • 3.5 — Lost by Technical Superiority
  • 4 — Lost by Fall, Passivity, Injury and Forfeit

Round 1[edit]

TPP MPP Time MPP TPP
2 2  Baju Baev (BUL)  Vincenzo Grassi (ITA) 2 2
0.5 0.5  Dorjzovdyn Ganbat (MGL)  Miguel Alonso (CUB) 3.5 3.5
3 3  Mohammad Arref (AFG)  Arsen Alakhverdiyev (URS) 1 1
0 0  Kiyomi Kato (JPN) 5:57  Mohammad Ghorbani (IRI) 4 4
4 4  Wanelge Castillo (PAN) 8:57  Andrzej Kudelski (POL) 0 0
0 0  Gordon Bertie (CAN) 2:14  Javier León (PER) 4 4
4 4  James Carr (USA) 4:57  Kim Young-Jun (KOR) 0 0
1 1  Sudesh Kumar (IND)  Ali Rıza Alan (TUR) 3 3
4 4  Willi Bock (GDR) 1:56  Henrik Gál (HUN) 0 0
3 3  Mario Sabatini (FRG)  Florentino Martínez (MEX) 1 1
3 3  Kim Gwong-Hyong (PRK)  Petru Ciarnău (ROU) 1 1
3.5 3.5  Pedro Piñeda (GUA)  John Kinsella (AUS) 0.5 0.5

Round 2[edit]

TPP MPP Time MPP TPP
6 4  Baju Baev (BUL) 8:35  Dorjzovdyn Ganbat (MGL) 4 4.5
3 1  Vincenzo Grassi (ITA)  Miguel Alonso (CUB) 3 6.5
7 4  Mohammad Arref (AFG) 2:01  Kiyomi Kato (JPN) 0 0
1.5 0.5  Arsen Alakhverdiyev (URS)  Wanelge Castillo (PAN) 3.5 7.5
3 3  Andrzej Kudelski (POL)  Gordon Bertie (CAN) 1 1
8 4  Javier León (PER) 5:56  James Carr (USA) 0 4
4 4  Kim Young-Jun (KOR) 4:01  Sudesh Kumar (IND) 0 1
3 0  Ali Rıza Alan (TUR) 1:54  Willi Bock (GDR) 4 8
0 0  Henrik Gál (HUN) 7:41  Mario Sabatini (FRG) 4 7
5 4  Florentino Martínez (MEX) 7:47  Kim Gwong-Hyong (PRK) 0 3
1 0  Petru Ciarnău (ROU) 4:16  Pedro Piñeda (GUA) 4 7.5
0.5  John Kinsella (AUS) Bye
4  Mohammad Ghorbani (IRI) DNA

Round 3[edit]

TPP MPP Time MPP TPP
3.5 3  John Kinsella (AUS)  Vincenzo Grassi (ITA) 1 4
7.5 3  Dorjzovdyn Ganbat (MGL)  Arsen Alakhverdiyev (URS) 1 2.5
0 0  Kiyomi Kato (JPN) 2:55  Andrzej Kudelski (POL) 4 7
1 0  Gordon Bertie (CAN) 3:35  James Carr (USA) 4 8
7 3  Kim Young-Jun (KOR)  Ali Rıza Alan (TUR) 1 4
1 0  Sudesh Kumar (IND) 7:07  Florentino Martínez (MEX) 4 9
3 3  Henrik Gál (HUN)  Kim Gwong-Hyong (PRK) 1 4
1  Petru Ciarnău (ROU) Bye

Round 4[edit]

TPP MPP Time MPP TPP
1.5 0.5  Petru Ciarnău (ROU)  John Kinsella (AUS) 3.5 7
8 4  Vincenzo Grassi (ITA) 7:43  Arsen Alakhverdiyev (URS) 0 2.5
0.5 0.5  Kiyomi Kato (JPN)  Gordon Bertie (CAN) 3.5 4.5
1 0  Sudesh Kumar (IND) 3:17  Henrik Gál (HUN) 4 7
7.5 3.5  Ali Rıza Alan (TUR)  Kim Gwong-Hyong (PRK) 0.5 4.5

Round 5[edit]

TPP MPP Time MPP TPP
3.5 2  Petru Ciarnău (ROU)  Arsen Alakhverdiyev (URS) 2 4.5
1.5 1  Kiyomi Kato (JPN)  Sudesh Kumar (IND) 3 4
7.5 3  Gordon Bertie (CAN)  Kim Gwong-Hyong (PRK) 1 5.5

Round 6[edit]

TPP MPP Time MPP TPP
7.5 4  Petru Ciarnău (ROU) 1:35  Kiyomi Kato (JPN) 0 1.5
5.5 1  Arsen Alakhverdiyev (URS)  Sudesh Kumar (IND) 3 7
5.5  Kim Gwong-Hyong (PRK) Bye

Final[edit]

Results from the preliminary round are carried forward into the final (shown in yellow).

TPP MPP Time MPP TPP
2  Kim Gwong-Hyong (PRK)  Arsen Alakhverdiyev (URS) 2
1  Kiyomi Kato (JPN)  Kim Gwong-Hyong (PRK) 3 5
5 3  Arsen Alakhverdiyev (URS)  Kiyomi Kato (JPN) 1 2

Final standings[edit]

  1.  Kiyomi Kato (JPN)
  2.  Arsen Alakhverdiyev (URS)
  3.  Kim Gwong-Hyong (PRK)
  4.  Sudesh Kumar (IND)
  5.  Petru Ciarnău (ROU)
  6.  Gordon Bertie (CAN)

References[edit]