Judo at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men's 78 kg

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Men's 78 kg
at the Games of the XXIII Olympiad
VenueCalifornia State University, Los Angeles
Date7 August
Competitors38 from 38 nations
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Frank Wieneke  West Germany
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Neil Adams  Great Britain
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Mircea Frățică  Romania
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Michel Nowak  France
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The men's 78 kg competition in judo at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles was held on 7 August at the California State University. The gold medal was won by Frank Wieneke of West Germany.[1]

Results[edit]

Pool A[edit]

Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinal Semifinal
 António Roquete (POR) W
 Javier Condor (CRC) E  António Roquete (POR) IPO
 Abdoulaye Diallo (GUI) E
 António Roquete (POR) E
 Fridtjof Thoen (NOR) E  Süheyl Yesilnur (TUR) KOK
 Javier Condor (CRC) W  Süheyl Yesilnur (TUR) IPO
 Ignacio Sanz (ESP) E
 Süheyl Yesilnur (TUR) E
 Filip Lešcak (YUG) WO  Filip Lešcak (YUG) IPO
 Adrian Sierra (HON) DNS  Filip Lešcak (YUG) WAZ
 Rogério dos Santos (BRA) E
 Filip Lešcak (YUG) WAZ
 Ousseynou Guèye (SEN) E
 Ioannis Kougialis (CYP) E
 Ousseynou Guèye (SEN) IPO
 Filip Lešcak (YUG) R
 Rob Henneveld (NED) WO  Neil Adams (GBR) KOK
 Jaime Casanova (DOM) DNS  Rob Henneveld (NED) R
 Neil Adams (GBR) IPO
 Neil Adams (GBR) IPO
 Brett Barron (USA) R
 Sayed Al-Tubaikh (KUW) E
 Brett Barron (USA) IPO
 Neil Adams (GBR) KOK
 Graeme Spinks (NZL) E  Michel Nowak (FRA) R
 Michel Nowak (FRA) W  Michel Nowak (FRA) IPO
 Moshe Ponte (ISR) E
 Michel Nowak (FRA) SOG
 Seppo Myllylä (FIN) E
 Seppo Myllylä (FIN) IPO
 Asafu Tembo (ZAM) E

Pool B[edit]

Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinal Semifinal
 Mircea Frățică (ROU) W
 Li Chung Tai (HKG) E  Mircea Frățică (ROU) IPO
 Paul Diop (MLI) E
 Mircea Frățică (ROU) YUK
 Jean-Marie Dedecker (BEL) DNS  Per Kjellin (SWE) E
 Thomas Haasmann (AUT) WO  Thomas Haasmann (AUT) E
 Per Kjellin (SWE) KOK
 Mircea Frățică (ROU) IPO
 Massimo Marcelli (ITA) DNS  Jorge Bonnet (PUR) E
 Jorge Bonnet (PUR) WO  Jorge Bonnet (PUR) WIP
 Christophe Wogo (CGO) E
 Jorge Bonnet (PUR) IPO
 Jules-Albert Ndemba (CMR) E
 Jules-Albert Ndemba (CMR) IPO
 Mohamed Maach (MAR) E
 Mircea Frățică (ROU) R
 Gaston Oula (CIV) R  Frank Wieneke (FRG) YUS
 Frank Wieneke (FRG) W  Frank Wieneke (FRG) YUK
 Hiromitsu Takano (JPN) R
 Frank Wieneke (FRG) WAZ
 Walid Mohamed Hussain (EGY) R
 Simione Kuruvoli (FIJ) E
 Walid Mohamed Hussain (EGY) IPO
 Frank Wieneke (FRG) KOK
 Hwang Jin-su (KOR) E  Kevin Doherty (CAN) R
 Carlos Huttich (MEX) W  Carlos Huttich (MEX) E
 Liu Junlin (CHN) KOK
 Liu Junlin (CHN) E
 Kevin Doherty (CAN) IPO
 Kevin Doherty (CAN) YUK
 Sun Yih-shong (TPE) E

Repechages[edit]

Repechage Repechage semifinal Repechage final
 Rob Henneveld (NED) KOK
 Brett Barron (USA) E  Rob Henneveld (NED) E
 Michel Nowak (FRA) YUS
 Michel Nowak (FRA) YUK 3rd place, bronze medalist(s)
 Filip Lešcak (YUG) E
Repechage Repechage quarterfinal Repechage semifinal Repechage final
 Gaston Oula (CIV) E
 Hiromitsu Takano (JPN) IPO  Hiromitsu Takano (JPN) YUK
 Walid Mohamed Hussain (EGY) E
 Hiromitsu Takano (JPN) YUS
 Kevin Doherty (CAN) E
 Hiromitsu Takano (JPN) E
 Mircea Frățică (ROU) KOK 3rd place, bronze medalist(s)

Final[edit]

 
Final
 
  
 
 
 
 
 Neil Adams (GBR) 2nd place, silver medalist(s)
 
 
 Frank Wieneke (FRG) IPO 1st place, gold medalist(s)
 

Final classification[edit]

Rank Judoka Nation
1st place, gold medalist(s) Frank Wieneke  West Germany
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Neil Adams  Great Britain
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Mircea Frățică  Romania
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Michel Nowak  France
5T Filip Lešcak  Yugoslavia
5T Hiromitsu Takano  Japan
7T Kevin Doherty  Canada
7T Rob Henneveld  Netherlands
9T Brett Barron  United States
9T Walid Mohamed Hussain  Egypt
11 Gaston Oula  Ivory Coast
12T Süheyl Yesilnur  Turkey
12T Jorge Bonnet  Puerto Rico
14T António Roquete  Portugal
14T Ousseynou Guèye  Senegal
14T Liu Junlin  China
14T Seppo Myllylä  Finland
14T Per Kjellin  Sweden
14T Jules-Albert Ndemba  Cameroon
20T Abdoulaye Diallo  Guinea
20T Ignacio Sanz  Spain
20T Rogério dos Santos  Brazil
20T Ioannis Kougialis  Cyprus
20T Sun Yih-shong  Chinese Taipei
20T Sayed Al-Tubaikh  Kuwait
20T Moshe Ponte  Israel
20T Asafu Tembo  Zambia
20T Paul Diop  Mali
20T Thomas Haasmann  Austria
20T Christophe Wogo  Republic of the Congo
20T Mohamed Maach  Morocco
20T Carlos Huttich  Mexico
20T Simione Kuruvoli  Fiji
34T Javier Condor  Costa Rica
34T Fridtjof Thoen  Norway
34T Graeme Spinks  New Zealand
34T Li Chung Tai  Hong Kong
34T Hwang Jin-su  South Korea

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Judo at the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Games: Men's Half-Middleweight". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 18 April 2020. Retrieved 21 May 2018.