1976 European Judo Championships

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The 1976 European Judo Championships were the 25th edition of the European Judo Championships, and were held in Kiev, Soviet Union on 9 May 1976.

Medal overview[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
63 kg HungaryJózsef Tuncsik Soviet UnionOleg Zurabiani FranceMichel Algisi
FranceYves Delvingt
70 kg Soviet UnionValery Dvoinikov East GermanyDietmar Hoetger PolandMarian Talaj
Soviet UnionAristotel Spirov
80 kg FranceJean-Paul Coche PolandAdam Adamczyk PolandAntoni Reiter
East GermanyDetlef Ultsch
93 kg Soviet UnionTengiz Khubuluri BelgiumRobert Van De Walle West GermanyArthur Schnabel
Socialist Federal Republic of YugoslaviaGoran Zuvela
93+ kg Soviet UnionSergey Novikov Soviet UnionGivi Onashvili Socialist Federal Republic of YugoslaviaMomir Lucic
HungaryMihály Petrovszky
Open class Soviet UnionAvel Kazachenkov CzechoslovakiaVladimir Novak Socialist Federal Republic of YugoslaviaRadomir Kovacevic
Soviet UnionDzhibilo Nizharadze

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Soviet Union 4 2 2 8
2  France 1 0 2 3
3  Hungary 1 0 1 2
4  Poland 0 1 2 3
5  East Germany 0 1 1 2
6=  Belgium 0 1 0 1
6=  Czechoslovakia 0 1 0 1
7  Yugoslavia 0 0 3 3
8  West Germany 0 0 1 1

Results overview[edit]

63 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. József Tuncsik  Hungary
2. Oleg Zurabiani  Soviet Union
3. Michel Algisi  France
3. Yves Delvingt  France
5. Konstantin Alexander  Great Britain
5. Raymond Neenan  Great Britain

70 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Valery Dvoinikov  Soviet Union
2. Dietmar Hoetger  East Germany
3. Marian Talaj  Poland
3. Aristotel Spirov  Soviet Union
5. Patrick Vial  France
5. Jiri Dolejs  Czechoslovakia

80 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Jean-Paul Coche  France
2. Adam Adamczyk  Poland
3. Antoni Reiter  Poland
3. Detlef Ultsch  East Germany
5. Raimund Hargesheimer  West Germany
5. Mihalache Toma  Romania

93 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Tengiz Khubuluri  Soviet Union
2. Robert Van De Walle  Belgium
3. Arthur Schnabel  West Germany
3. Goran Zuvela  Yugoslavia
5. Paul Radburn  Great Britain
5. Johan Schåltz  Sweden

93+ kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Sergey Novikov  Soviet Union
2. Givi Onashvili  Soviet Union
3. Momir Lucic  Yugoslavia
3. Mihály Petrovszky  Hungary
5. Markku Airio  Finland
5. Vladimir Novak  Czechoslovakia

Open class[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Avel Kazachenkov  Soviet Union
2. Vladimir Novak  Czechoslovakia
3. Radomir Kovacevic  Yugoslavia
3. Dzhibilo Nizharadze  Soviet Union
5. Rainer Kohl  East Germany
5. Waldemar Zausz  Poland

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