1981 European Judo Championships

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The 1981 European Judo Championships were the 30th edition of the European Judo Championships, and were held in Debrecen, Hungary on 17 May 1981.

Medal overview[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 kg PolandAndrzej Dziemianiuk RomaniaArpad Szabo[1] FranceEric Maurel
CzechoslovakiaPavel Petřikov
65 kg RomaniaConstantin Niculae FranceThierry Rey AustriaJosef Reiter
SpainSergio Cardell
71 kg East GermanyKarl-Heinz Lehmann HungarySándor Nagysolymosi BulgariaIliyan Nedkov
RomaniaSimion Toplicean
78 kg BulgariaGeorghi Petrov CzechoslovakiaRoman Novotny PolandAndrzej Sadej
Soviet UnionShota Khabareli
86 kg Soviet UnionDavid Bodaveli FranceBernard Choullouyan GermanyWolfgang Frank
HungaryJános Gyáni
95 kg FranceRoger Vachon Soviet UnionTengiz Khubuluri BelgiumRobert Van de Walle
East GermanyUlf Rettig
95+ kg Soviet UnionGrigory Verichev BulgariaDimitar Zapryanov West GermanyAlexander Von der Groeben
FranceLaurent Del Colombo
Open class PolandWojciech Reszko NetherlandsWilly Wilhelm West GermanyArthur Schnabel
HungaryAndrás Oszvár

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Soviet Union (URS)2114
2 Poland (POL)2013
3 France (FRA)1225
4 Bulgaria (BUL)1113
5 East Germany (DDR)1012
 Romania (ROU)1012
7 Hungary (HUN)0224
8 Czechoslovakia (TCH)0112
9 Netherlands (NED)0101
10 West Germany (FRG)0033
11 Austria (AUT)0011
 Belgium (BEL)0011
 Spain (ESP)0011
Totals (13 nations)881632


Results overview[edit]

Men[edit]

60 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Andrzej Dziemianiuk  Poland
2. Ferenc Szabó  Hungary
3. Eric Maurel  France
3. Pavel Petřikov  Czechoslovakia
5. Tibor Kincses  Hungary
5. Mikhail Morgalev  Soviet Union

65 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Constantin Niculae  Romania
2. Thierry Rey  France
3. Josef Reiter  Austria
3. Sergio Cardell  Spain
5. Nickolay Solodukhin  Soviet Union
5. Ferenc Kollar  Hungary

71 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Karl-Heinz Lehmann  East Germany
2. Sándor Nagysolymosi  Hungary
3. Iliyan Nedkov  Bulgaria
3. Simion Toplicean  Romania
5. Stanislav Tuma  Czechoslovakia
5. Willi Mueller  Germany

78 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Georghi Petrov  Bulgaria
2. Roman Novotny  Czechoslovakia
3. Andrzej Sadej  Poland
3. Shota Khabareli  Soviet Union
5. Neil Adams  Great Britain
5. Michel Nowak  France

86 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. David Bodaveli  Soviet Union
2. Bernard Choullouyan  France
3. Wolfgang Frank  Germany
3. János Gyáni  Hungary
5. Krzysztof Kurczyna  Poland
5. Leo van Oosten  Netherlands

95 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Roger Vachon  France
2. Tengiz Khubuluri  Soviet Union
3. Robert Van de Walle  Belgium
3. Ulf Rettig  East Germany
5. Zbigniew Bielawski  Poland
5. Mark Chittenden  Great Britain

95+ kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Grigory Verichev  Soviet Union
2. Dimitar Zapryanov  Bulgaria
3. Alexander Von der Groeben  West Germany
3. Laurent Del Colombo  France
5. Fred Olhorn  East Germany
5. Clemens Jehle   Switzerland

Open class[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Wojciech Reszko  Poland
2. Willy Wilhelm  Netherlands
3. Arthur Schnabel  West Germany
3. Andras Oszvar  Hungary
5. Robert Van de Walle  Belgium
5. Vladimir Kocman  Czechoslovakia

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