Judo at the 1992 Summer Paralympics

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Judo
at the IX Paralympic Games
Judo - Paralympic pictogram.svg
Paralympic Judo
1988 1996

Judo at the 1992 Summer Paralympics consisted of seven events for men.

Medal summary[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's 60 kg
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Nobuhiro Kanki
 Japan
Veniamin Mitchourine
 Unified Team
Davide Albertini
 Italy
Woon Noh Cheung
 South Korea
Men's 65 kg
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Juan Damian Matos
 Spain
Shinichi Ishizue
 Japan
Akhmed Gazimagomedov
 Unified Team
Michael Murch
 Great Britain
Men's 71 kg
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Simon Jackson
 Great Britain
Mario Talavera
 Spain
Pier Morten
 Canada
Eiji Miyauchi
 Japan
Men's 78 kg
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Joel Gichtenaere
 France
Brett Lewis
 United States
Takio Ushikubo
 Japan
Matteo Ardit
 Italy
Men's 86 kg
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Yu Sung An
 South Korea
Yasuhiro Uwano
 Japan
Der Chang Lin
 Chinese Taipei
Daniel Fourcade
 France
Men's 95 kg
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Osamu Takagaki
 Japan
Lynn Manning
 United States
Mikhail Yakovlev
 Unified Team
Klaus Heyer
 Germany
Men's +95 kg
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Masakazu Saito
 Japan
None*[›] James Mastro
 United States
Franz Gatscher
 Italy

Notes[edit]

^ *: The Gold medal in the +95 weight class was originally awarded to Vladimir Kazakov of the Unified Team. After the games ended, Kazakov was found to have used illegal substances and was stripped of the medal. The Gold was then awarded to Masakazu Saito (Japan). The silver should have been awarded to James Mastro (U.S.A.) but never happened.

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