Judo at the 1972 Summer Olympics – Men's 63 kg

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Men's 63kg
at the Games of the XX Olympiad
VenueJudo and Wrestling Hall
Date4 September
Competitors29 from 29 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Takao Kawaguchi  Japan
2nd, silver medalist(s) vacant[1]
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Kim Yong-Ik  North Korea
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Jean-Jacques Mounier  France
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Men's 63 kg competition in judo at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, West Germany was held at Judo and Wrestling Hall. In the gold medal match Bakhvain Buyadda of Mongolia, an unknown and very inexperienced judoka, lost to Takao Kawaguchi. Several days later, Buyadda became the first Olympic judoka with a positive result for doping. His medal was removed, but the other athletes were not moved and second place is considered vacant.[2]

Results[edit]

Finals[edit]

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
 
 
 
 Takao Kawaguchi (JPN)5:58
 
 
 
 Kim Yong-Ik (PRK)3rd, bronze medalist(s)
 
 Takao Kawaguchi (JPN)0:391st, gold medalist(s)
 
 
 
 Bakhvain Buyadaa (MGL)DQ
 
 Bakhvain Buyadaa (MGL)8:00
 
 
 Jean-Jacques Mounier (FRA)3rd, bronze medalist(s)
 

Repechages[edit]

Repechage Repechage semifinal Repechage final
 Cheng Chi-Hsiang (ROC) 6:00  
 Han Seong-Cheol (KOR) EL      Bakhvain Buyadaa (MGL) 3:58  
         Cheng Chi-Hsiang (ROC) EL  
           Wolfram Koppen (FRG) EL
           Bakhvain Buyadaa (MGL) 2:57
           
               
     
Repechage Repechage semifinal Repechage final
 Kim Yong-Ik (PRK) 6:00  
 Edward Mullen (GBR) EL      Kim Yong-Ik (PRK) 5:51  
         Ferenc Szabó (HUN) EL  
           Héctor Rodríguez (CUB) EL
           Kim Yong-Ik (PRK) 2:14
           
               
     

Pool A[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinal Semifinal
 Gustaaf Lauwereins (BEL) 5:23  
 Juan Chalas (DOM) EL      Gustaaf Lauwereins (BEL) EL  
 Moustafa Belhmira (MAR) EL      Karl-Heinz Werner (GDR) 4:21  
 Karl-Heinz Werner (GDR) 6:00        Karl-Heinz Werner (GDR) EL  
 Wolfram Koppen (FRG) 6:00        Wolfram Koppen (FRG) 6:00  
 Giuseppe Tommasi (ITA) EL      Wolfram Koppen (FRG) 2:15  
 Xavier Boissy (SEN) EL      Roberto Pacheco (PUR) EL  
 Roberto Pacheco (PUR) 6:00        Wolfram Koppen (FRG) RE
 Kenneth Okada (USA) EL        Takao Kawaguchi (JPN) 4:44
 Bakhvain Buyadaa (MGL) 4:40      Bakhvain Buyadaa (MGL) 6:00  
 Marcel Burkhard (SUI) 5:16      Marcel Burkhard (SUI) EL  
 Iwan Blijd (SUR) EL        Bakhvain Buyadaa (MGL) RE  
 Cheng Chi-hsiang (ROC) RE        Takao Kawaguchi (JPN) 6:00  
 Takao Kawaguchi (JPN) 2:40      Takao Kawaguchi (JPN) 3:28      
 Han Seong-cheol (KOR)      Han Seong-Cheol (KOR) RE      
BYE  

Pool B[edit]

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinal Semifinal
 Stanko Topolčik (YUG) 3:16  
 Erich Pointer (AUT) EL      Stanko Topolčnik (YUG) EL  
 Marian Tałaj (POL) 2:13      Marian Tałaj (POL) 6:00  
 Robin Moffitt (AUS) EL        Marian Tałaj (POL) EL  
 Louis Rabetrano (MAD) EL        Héctor Rodríguez (CUB) 6:00  
 Renato Repuyan (PHI) 6:00      Renato Repuyan (PHI) EL  
 Héctor Rodríguez (CUB)      Héctor Rodríguez (CUB) 0:28  
BYE        Héctor Rodríguez (CUB) RE
 Kim Yong-Ik (PRK) RE        Jean-Jacques Mounier (FRA) 6:00
 Jean-Jacques Mounier (FRA) 6:00      Jean-Jacques Mounier (FRA) 6:00  
 Alan Sakai (CAN) EL      Edward Mullen (GBR) RE  
 Edward Mullen (GBR) 6:00        Jean-Jacques Mounier (FRA) 6:00  
 Ferenc Szabó (HUN) 6:00        Ferenc Szabó (HUN) RE  
 Anto Clarke (IRL) EL      Ferenc Szabó (HUN) 6:00      
 Sergey Suslin (URS)      Sergey Suslin (URS) EL      
BYE  

References[edit]

  1. ^ The silver medal was originally awarded to Bakaava Buidaa of  Mongolia, but Buidaa was stripped of his medal after a failed drug test.
  2. ^ "Judo at the 1972 Munich Summer Games: Men's Lightweight". Sports Reference. Retrieved 8 May 2018.

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