Judo at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Men's 100 kg

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Judo at the
2000 Summer Olympics
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Men Women
  60 kg     48 kg  
66 kg 52 kg
73 kg 57 kg
81 kg 63 kg
90 kg 70 kg
100 kg 78 kg
+100 kg +78 kg

These are the results of the men's 100 kg (also known as half heavyweight) competition in judo at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. A total of 33 men competed in this event, limited to jūdōka whose body weight was less than, or equal to, 100 kilograms. Competition took place in the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre on 21 September.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Kosei Inoue
 Japan
Silver Nicolas Gill
 Canada
Bronze Iouri Stepkine
 Russia
Bronze Stéphane Traineau
 France

Competitors[edit]

Athlete Nation
Svirin  Belarus
Ivan  Romania
Jikurauli  Georgia
Yen  Chinese Taipei
El Gharbawy  Egypt
Soares  Portugal
Gill  Canada
Sonnemans  Netherlands
Birkfellner  Austria
Geraldino  Dominican Republic
Sergeev  Kyrgyzstan
Hand  United States
Traineau  France
Stepkine  Russia
Jang  South Korea
Belgroun  Algeria
Inoue  Japan
Kessel  Cuba
López  Venezuela
Gowing  New Zealand
Zhitkeyev  Kazakhstan
Kovács  Hungary
Zeevi  Israel
Nastula  Poland
Paškevičius  Lithuania
Bender  Argentina
Sabino  Brazil
Gürschner  Germany
Khalki  Tunisia
Rusitovic  Australia
Bagdasarov  Uzbekistan
Guido  Italy

Tournament results[edit]

First round[edit]

As there were more than 32 qualifiers for the tournament, three first round matches were held to reduce the field to 32 judoka.

Main bracket[edit]

The gold and silver medalists were determined by the final match of the main single-elimination bracket.

Round of 32   Round of 16   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Gold medal final
                                   
 Svirin (BLR) W  
 Ivan (ROU) L      Ivan (ROU) L  
 Jikurauli (GEO) W    Jikurauli (GEO) W  
 Yen (TPE) L        Jikurauli (GEO) L  
 El Gharbawy (EGY) L        Gill (CAN) W  
 Soares (POR) W      Soares (POR) L
 Gill (CAN) W    Gill (CAN) W  
 Sonnemans (NED) L        Gill (CAN) W  
 Birkfellner (AUT) W        Traineau (FRA) L  
 Geraldino (DOM) L      Birkfellner (AUT) L  
 Sergeev (KGZ) L    Hand (USA) W  
 Hand (USA) W        Hand (USA) L
 Traineau (FRA) W        Traineau (FRA) W  
 Stepkine (RUS) L      Traineau (FRA) W
 Jang (KOR) L    Belgroun (ALG) L  
 Belgroun (ALG) W        Gill (CAN) L
 Inoue (JPN) W        Inoue (JPN) W
 Kessel (CUB) L      Inoue (JPN) W  
 López (VEN) L    Gowing (NZL) L  
 Gowing (NZL) W        Inoue (JPN) W  
 Zhitkeyev (KAZ) L        Zeevi (ISR) L  
 Kovács (HUN) W      Kovács (HUN) L
 Zeevi (ISR) W    Zeevi (ISR) W  
 Nastula (POL) L        Inoue (JPN) W
 Paškevičius (LTU) W        Guido (ITA) L  
 Bender (ARG) L      Paškevičius (LTU) L  
 Sabino (BRA) W    Sabino (BRA) W  
 Gürschner (GER) L        Sabino (BRA) L
 Khalki (TUN) W        Guido (ITA) W  
 Rusitovic (AUS) L      Khalki (TUN) L
 Bagdasarov (UZB) L    Guido (ITA) W  
 Guido (ITA) W  

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   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Bronze medal finals
     Sonnemans (NED) L        Stepkine (RUS) W
 Sonnemans (NED) W      Jikurauli (GEO) W          Guido (ITA) L
 Soares (POR) L        Jikurauli (GEO) L
     Stepkine (RUS) W  
     Stepkine (RUS) W
 Stepkine (RUS) W      Hand (USA) L  
 Belgroun (ALG) L  
 
     Kessel (CUB) L        Zeevi (ISR) L
 Kessel (CUB) W      Zeevi (ISR) W          Traineau (FRA) W
 Gowing (NZL) L        Zeevi (ISR) W
     Sabino (BRA) L  
     Bagdasarov (UZB) L
 Bagdasarov (UZB) W      Sabino (BRA) W  
 Khalki (TUN) L  

References[edit]