1982 European Judo Championships

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1982 European Judo Championships
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The Rostock Sport- und Kongresshalle, venue for the championships

The 1982 European Judo Championships were the 31st edition of the European Judo Championships, and were held in Rostock, East Germany on 14–16 May 1982.

Medal overview[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 kg Soviet UnionKhazret Tletseri BulgariaAtanas Gerchev PolandAndrzej Dziemianiuk
East GermanyKlaus-Peter Stollberg
65 kg East GermanyTorsten Reißmann FranceThierry Rey PolandJanusz Pawlowski
AustriaJosef Reiter
71 kg ItalyEzio Gamba East GermanyKarl-Heinz Lehmann Soviet UnionMagomed Parchiev
CzechoslovakiaStanislav Tuma
78 kg RomaniaMircea Fratica Soviet UnionShota Khabareli PolandAndrzej Sadej
United KingdomNeil Adams
86 kg Soviet UnionAlexander Yatskevich ItalyMario Vecchi FranceBernard Choullouyan
East GermanyDetlef Ultsch
95 kg AustriaRobert Köstenberger West GermanyGünter Neureuther FranceRoger Vachon
HungaryLajos Molnar
95+ kg GermanyHenry Stoehr FranceAngelo Parisi Soviet UnionGrigory Verichev
HungaryAndras Oszvar
Open class Soviet UnionAlexey Tyurin HungaryAndras Oszvar West GermanyArthur Schnabel
East GermanyFred Olhorn

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Soviet Union (URS)3126
2 East Germany (DDR)1124
 West Germany (FRG)1124
4 Italy (ITA)1102
5 Austria (AUT)1012
6 Romania (ROU)1001
7 France (FRA)0224
8 Hungary (HUN)0123
9 Bulgaria (BUL)0101
10 Poland (POL)0033
11 Czechoslovakia (TCH)0011
 Great Britain (GBR)0011
Totals (12 nations)881632


Results overview[edit]

Men[edit]

Under 60 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Khazret Tletseri  Soviet Union
2. Atanas Gerchev  Bulgaria
3. Andrzej Dziemianiuk  Poland
3. Klaus-Peter Stollberg  Germany
5. Pavel Petřikov  Czechoslovakia
5. Eddy Koaz  Israel
7. Guy Le Baupin  France
7. Hubert Rohrauer  Austria

Under 65 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Torsten Reißmann  East Germany
2. Thierry Rey  France
3. Janusz Pawlowski  Poland
3. Josef Reiter  Austria
5. Sandro Rosati  Italy
5. Francisco Rodriguez  Spain
7. Constantin Niculae  Romania
7. Petr Ponomarev  Soviet Union

Under 71 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Ezio Gamba  Italy
2. Karl-Heinz Lehmann  East Germany
3. Magomed Parchiev  Soviet Union
3. Stanislav Tuma  Czechoslovakia
5. Serge Dyot  France
5. Károly Molnar  Hungary
7. Wieslaw Blach  Poland
7. Jon Idarreta  Spain

Under 78 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Mircea Fratica  Romania
2. Shota Khabareli  Soviet Union
3. Andrzej Sadej  Poland
3. Neil Adams  Great Britain
5. Seppo Myllyla  Finland
5. Filip Lescak  Slovenia

Under 86 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Alexander Yatskevich  Soviet Union
2. Mario Vecchi  Italy
3. Bernard Choullouyan  France
3. Detlef Ultsch  East Germany
5. János Gyáni  Hungary
5. Alfonso García  Spain
7. Peter Seisenbacher  Austria
7. Jirí Sosna  Czech Republic

Under 95 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Robert Köstenberger  Austria
2. Günter Neureuther  West Germany
3. Roger Vachon  France
3. Lajos Molnar  Hungary
5. Henk Numan  Netherlands
5. Tengiz Khubuluri  Soviet Union

Over 95 kg[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Henry Stoehr  Germany
2. Angelo Parisi  France
3. Grigory Verichev  Soviet Union
3. Andras Oszvar  Hungary
5. Wojciech Reszko  Poland
5. Alexander Von der Groeben  West Germany

Open class[edit]

Position Judoka Country
1. Alexey Tyurin  Soviet Union
2. Andras Oszvar  Hungary
3. Arthur Schnabel  West Germany
3. Fred Olhorn  East Germany
5. Willy Wilhelm  Netherlands
5. Laurent Del Colombo  France
7. Marino Beccacece  Italy
7. Todor Barisic  Yugoslavia

References[edit]