Judo at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Men's 73 kg

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Men's 73 kg
at the Games of the XXVII Olympiad
VenueSydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
Date18 September
Competitors34 from 34 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Giuseppe Maddaloni  Italy
2nd, silver medalist(s) Tiago Camilo  Brazil
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Anatoly Laryukhov  Belarus
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Vsevolods Zeļonijs  Latvia
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Men's 73 kg competition in judo at the 2000 Summer Olympics was held on September 18 at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre.[1]

This event was the third-lightest of the men's judo weight classes, limiting competitors to a maximum of 73 kilograms of body mass. Like all other judo events, bouts lasted five minutes. If the bout was still tied at the end, it was extended for another five-minute, sudden-death period; if neither judoka scored during that period, the match is decided by the judges. The tournament bracket consisted of a single-elimination contest culminating in a gold medal match. There was also a repechage to determine the winners of the two bronze medals. Each judoka who had lost to a semifinalist competed in the repechage. The two judokas who lost in the semifinals faced the winner of the opposite half of the bracket's repechage in bronze medal bouts.

Schedule[edit]

All times are Australian Eastern Daylight Time (UTC+11:00)

Date Time Round
Monday, 18 September 2000 15:00
20:30
Preliminaries & Repechage
Final

Tournament results[edit]

Final[edit]

Final
   
1  Tiago Camilo (BRA) 0000
2  Giuseppe Maddaloni (ITA) 1002

Mat 1[edit]

First round matches
Score
 Choi Yong-sin (KOR) 1001–0000  Sagdat Sadykov (KGZ)
Elimination rounds
Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals
 Claudiu Bastea (ROM) 0010  
 Kenzo Nakamura (JPN) 0110      Kenzo Nakamura (JPN) 1001  
 Christoph Stangl (AUT) 0000      Jarosław Lewak (POL) 0000  
 Jarosław Lewak (POL) 1000        Kenzo Nakamura (JPN) 0001  
 Jimmy Pedro (USA) 0001        Choi Yong-sin (KOR) 1010  
 Choi Yong-sin (KOR) 0010      Choi Yong-sin (KOR) 0110  
 Andrew Payne (BAR) 0010      Sebastian Alquati (ARG) 0001  
 Sebastian Alquati (ARG) 1010        Choi Yong-sin (KOR) 0001
 Carlos Méndez (PUR) 0000        Tiago Camilo (BRA) 1000
 Miklós Illyés (HUN) 0200      Miklós Illyés (HUN) 0000  
 Michel Almeida (POR) 0200      Michel Almeida (POR) 1002  
 Eduardo Manglés (VEN) 0011        Michel Almeida (POR) 0101  
 Kouami Sacha Denanyoh (TOG) 0000        Tiago Camilo (BRA) 0101  
 Noureddine Yagoubi (ALG) 0210      Noureddine Yagoubi (ALG) 0010      
 Tiago Camilo (BRA) 1010      Tiago Camilo (BRA) 1110      
 Gil Offer (ISR) 0100  

Mat 2[edit]

First round matches
Score
 Hector Lombard (CUB) 1010–0000  Haitham Awad (EGY)
Elimination rounds
Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals
 Giorgi Revazishvili (GEO) 0011  
 Andrey Shturbabin (UZB) 1001      Andrey Shturbabin (UZB) 0000  
 Vsevolods Zeļonijs (LAT) 1001      Vsevolods Zeļonijs (LAT) 1010  
 Ernst Laraque (HAI) 0000        Vsevolods Zeļonijs (LAT) 0001  
 Giuseppe Maddaloni (ITA) 0201        Giuseppe Maddaloni (ITA) 0011  
 Travolta Waterhouse (SAM) 0000      Giuseppe Maddaloni (ITA) 1000  
 Martin Schmidt (GER) 0001      Hassen Moussa (TUN) 0000  
 Hassen Moussa (TUN) 0010        Giuseppe Maddaloni (ITA) 1000
 Gennadiy Bilodid (UKR) 1010        Anatoly Laryukhov (BLR) 0010
 Hector Lombard (CUB) 0020      Gennadiy Bilodid (UKR) 0222  
 Vitaliy Makarov (RUS) 0011      Askhat Shakharov (KAZ) 0010  
 Askhat Shakharov (KAZ) 1010        Gennadiy Bilodid (UKR) 0100  
 Germán Velasco (PER) 1020        Anatoly Laryukhov (BLR) 1000  
 Thomas Hill (AUS) 0010      Germán Velasco (PER) 0010      
 Ferrid Kheder (FRA) 0010      Anatoly Laryukhov (BLR) 1000      
 Anatoly Laryukhov (BLR) 1000  

Repechage[edit]

The losing semifinalists as well as those judoka eliminated in earlier rounds by the four semifinalists of the main bracket advanced to the repechage. These matches determined the two bronze medalists for the event.

First round matches

Since 23 judoka qualified for the repechage, one match was held to reduce the field to 22.

Score
 Sagdat Sadykov (KGZ) 0001–1101  Jimmy Pedro (USA)
Elimination rounds
First round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Bronze medal finals
     Jimmy Pedro (USA) 0200        Jimmy Pedro (USA) 0000
 Jimmy Pedro (USA) 0202      Kenzo Nakamura (JPN) 0010          Anatoly Laryukhov (BLR) 1000
 Sebastian Alquati (ARG) 0001        Jimmy Pedro (USA) 1000
     Michel Almeida (POR) 0000  
     Noureddine Yagoubi (ALG) 0002
 Gil Offer (ISR) 0010      Michel Almeida (POR) 0100  
 Noureddine Yagoubi (ALG) 0110  
 
     Hassen Moussa (TUN) 0010        Choi Yong-sin (KOR) 0000
 Travolta Waterhouse (SAM) 0000      Vsevolods Zeļonijs (LAT) 1000          Vsevolods Zeļonijs (LAT) 1000
 Hassen Moussa (TUN) 1020        Vsevolods Zeļonijs (LAT) 1110
     Ferrid Kheder (FRA) 0100  
     Ferrid Kheder (FRA) 1011
 Ferrid Kheder (FRA) 0001      Gennadiy Bilodid (UKR) 0110  
 Germán Velasco (PER) 0001  

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Judo at the 2000 Sydney Summer Games: Men's Lightweight". Sports Reference. Retrieved 8 June 2018.

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