1980 European Judo Championships

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The 1980 European Judo Championships were the 3rd edition of the European Judo Championships, and were held in Vienna, Austria on 18 May 1980.

Medal overview[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 kg ItalyFelice Mariani AustriaJosef Reiter FranceThierry Rey
East GermanyReinhard Arndt
65 kg East GermanyTorsten Reißmann Soviet UnionValentin Tarakanov HungaryImre Gelencser
RomaniaConstantin Niculae
71 kg RomaniaNicolae Vlad United KingdomChris Bowles East GermanyKarl-Heinz Lehmann
Soviet UnionEvgeny Babanov
78 kg United KingdomNeil Adams East GermanyHarald Heinke FranceBernard Choullouyan
RomaniaMircea Fratica
86 kg LatviaAlexander Yatskevich AustriaPeter Seisenbacher United KingdomPeter Donnelly
East GermanyDetlef Ultsch
95 kg FranceJean-Luc Rougé East GermanyDietmar Lorenz BelgiumRobert Van De Walle
Soviet UnionRamaz Kharshiladze
95+ kg Soviet UnionAlexey Tyurin HungaryImre Varga NetherlandsPeter Adelaar
FranceAngelo Parisi
Open class BelgiumRobert Van De Walle FranceAngelo Parisi CzechoslovakiaVladimir Kocman
Soviet UnionSergey Novikov

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  East Germany 1 2 3 6
2=  France 1 1 3 5
2=  Soviet Union 1 1 3 5
4  Great Britain 1 1 1 3
5  Romania 1 0 2 3
6  Belgium 1 0 1 2
7=  Italy 1 0 0 1
7=  Latvia 1 0 0 1
8  Austria 0 2 0 2
9  Hungary 0 1 1 2
10=  Netherlands 0 0 1 1
10=  Czechoslovakia 0 0 1 1

Results overview[edit]

Men[edit]

60 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Felice Mariani  Italy
2. Josef Reiter  Austria
3. Thierry Rey  France
3. Reinhard Arndt  East Germany
5. Marian Donat  Poland
5. Arpad Szabó  Romania

65 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Torsten Reißmann  East Germany
2. Valentin Tarakanov  Soviet Union
3. Imre Gelencser  Hungary
3. Constantin Niculae  Romania
5. Janusz Pawlowski  Poland
5. Yves Delvingt  France

71 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Nicolae Vlad  Romania
2. Chris Bowles  Great Britain
3. Karl-Heinz Lehmann  East Germany
3. Evgeny Babanov  Soviet Union
5. Károly Molnar  Hungary
5. Erich Lehmann   Switzerland

78 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Neil Adams  Great Britain
2. Harald Heinke  East Germany
3. Bernard Choullouyan  France
3. Mircea Fratica  Romania
5. Adalbert Missalla  West Germany
5. Vladimir Barta  Czechoslovakia

86 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Alexander Yatskevich  Latvia
2. Peter Seisenbacher  Austria
3. Peter Donnelly  Great Britain
3. Detlef Ultsch  East Germany
5. Slavko Sikiric  Croatia
5. Jose Antonio Cechini  Spain

95 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Jean-Luc Rougé  France
2. Dietmar Lorenz  East Germany
3. Robert Van De Walle  Belgium
3. Ramaz Kharshiladze  Soviet Union
5. Daniel Radu  Romania
5. Jaroslav Nikodym  Czechoslovakia

95+ kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Alexey Tyurin  Soviet Union
2. Imre Varga  Hungary
3. Peter Adelaar  Netherlands
3. Angelo Parisi  France
5. Vladimir Kocman  Czechoslovakia
5. Markku Airio  Finland

Open class[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Robert Van De Walle  Belgium
2. Angelo Parisi  France
3. Vladimir Kocman  Czechoslovakia
3. Sergey Novikov  Soviet Union
5. Clemens Jehle   Switzerland

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