Judo at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Men's +100 kg

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Men's +100 kg
at the Games of the XXXI Olympiad
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VenueCarioca Arena 2
Date12 August 2016
Competitors31 from 31 nations
1st place, gold medalist(s) Teddy Riner  France
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Hisayoshi Harasawa  Japan
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Rafael Silva  Brazil
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Or Sasson  Israel
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The men's +100 kg competition in judo at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro was held on 12 August at the Carioca Arena 2.

The gold and silver medals were determined by a single-elimination tournament, with the winner of the final taking gold and the loser receiving silver. Judo events awarded two bronze medals. Quarterfinal losers competed in a repechage match for the right to face a semifinal loser for a bronze medal (that is, the judokas defeated in quarterfinals A and B competed against each other, with the winner of that match facing the semifinal loser from the other half of the bracket).[1]

The medals for the competition were presented by Rene Fasel, Switzerland, member of the International Olympic Committee and the gifts were presented by Jean-Luc Rouge, International Judo Federation secretary-general.

At the competition, in the first round Egyptian judoka Islam El Shahaby refused to shake the hand of Israeli judoka Or Sasson, the eventual bronze medalist, who had defeated El Shahaby.[2] In August 2016 the Disciplinary Committee of the International Olympic Committee issued a "severe reprimand" to El Shehaby for behavior violating "the rules of fair play and against the spirit of friendship embodied in the Olympic Values", and requested that the Egyptian Olympic Committee in the future make certain that all Egyptian athletes are properly educated as to the Olympic Values before they participate in the Olympic Games.[3]



 Teddy Riner (FRA)010
 Or Sasson (ISR)000
 Teddy Riner (FRA)000
 Hisayoshi Harasawa (JPN)000
 Hisayoshi Harasawa (JPN)101
 Abdullo Tangriev (UZB)000


Repechage Bronze medal
 Rafael Silva (BRA) 000  
 Roy Meyer (NED) 000      Rafael Silva (BRA) 001
         Abdullo Tangriev (UZB) 000
Repechage Bronze medal
 Alex García Mendoza (CUB) 100  
 Iurii Krakovetskii (KGZ) 000      Alex García Mendoza (CUB) 000
         Or Sasson (ISR) 000

Pool A[edit]

First round Second round Quarterfinals
         Teddy Riner (FRA) 100  
 Temuulengiin Battulga (MGL) 000      Mohamed-Amine Tayeb (ALG) 000  
 Mohamed-Amine Tayeb (ALG) 010        Teddy Riner (FRA) 010
 Rafael Silva (BRA) 110        Rafael Silva (BRA) 000
 Ramón Pileta (HON) 000      Rafael Silva (BRA) 100
 Daniel Allerstorfer (AUT) 000      Renat Saidov (RUS) 000    
 Renat Saidov (RUS) 001  

Pool B[edit]

First round Second round Quarterfinals
 Roy Meyer (NED) 100  
 Deo Gracia Ngokaba (CGO) 000      Roy Meyer (NED) 101  
 Kim Sung-min (KOR) 102      Kim Sung-min (KOR) 000  
 Freddy Figueroa (ECU) 000        Roy Meyer (NED) 000
 Or Sasson (ISR) 100        Or Sasson (ISR) 010
 Islam El Shehaby (EGY) 000      Or Sasson (ISR) 010
 Þormóður Árni Jónsson (ISL) 000      Maciej Sarnacki (POL) 000    
 Maciej Sarnacki (POL) 100  

Pool C[edit]

First round Second round Quarterfinals
 Hisayoshi Harasawa (JPN) 000  
 Adam Okruashvili (GEO) 000      Hisayoshi Harasawa (JPN) 100  
 Ushangi Kokauri (AZE) 111      Ushangi Kokauri (AZE) 000  
 Artūrs Ņikiforenko (LAT) 000        Hisayoshi Harasawa (JPN) 100
 Barna Bor (HUN) 101        Alex García Mendoza (CUB) 000
 Faicel Jaballah (TUN) 000      Barna Bor (HUN) 000
 Alex García Mendoza (CUB) 100      Alex García Mendoza (CUB) 000    
 Mukhamadmurod Abdurakhmonov (TJK) 000  

Pool D[edit]

First round Second round Quarterfinals
 Yakiv Khammo (UKR) 100  
 Rachid Sidibe (BUR) 000      Yakiv Khammo (UKR) 000  
 Iurii Krakovetskii (KGZ) 100      Iurii Krakovetskii (KGZ) 111  
 André Breitbarth (GER) 000        Iurii Krakovetskii (KGZ) 001
 Daniel Natea (ROU) 100        Abdullo Tangriev (UZB) 100
 Kunathip Yea-on (THA) 000      Daniel Natea (ROU) 000
 Derek Sua (SAM) 000      Abdullo Tangriev (UZB) 110    
 Abdullo Tangriev (UZB) 100  


  1. ^ "Judo – Men's +100 kg". Rio 2016. Archived from the original on 20 August 2016. Retrieved 8 August 2016.
  2. ^ Webster, Andrew (2016-08-13). "Teddy Riner wins Rio judo gold - but Israeli judoka all class in wake of Egypt handshake snub". Retrieved 2016-08-13.
  3. ^ [1]