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
Elmar Gasimov faces Lukáš Krpálek during final.
VenueCarioca Arena 2
Date11 August 2016
Competitors34 from 34 nations
1st, gold medalist(s) Lukáš Krpálek  Czech Republic
2nd, silver medalist(s) Elmar Gasimov  Azerbaijan
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Cyrille Maret  France
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Ryunosuke Haga  Japan
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The men's 100 kg competition in judo at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro was held on 11 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 Alex Gilady, Israel, member of the International Olympic Committee and the gifts were presented by Rovnag Adullayev, Azerbaijan Judo Federation president.



 Elmar Gasimov (AZE)100
 Artem Bloshenko (UKR)000
 Elmar Gasimov (AZE)000
 Lukáš Krpálek (CZE)100
 Cyrille Maret (FRA)000
 Lukáš Krpálek (CZE)100


Repechage Bronze medal
 Ramadan Darwish (EGY) 000  
 Karl-Richard Frey (GER) 100      Karl-Richard Frey (GER) 000
         Cyrille Maret (FRA) 100
Repechage Bronze medal
 Beka Gviniashvili (GEO) 000  
 Ryunosuke Haga (JPN) 000      Ryunosuke Haga (JPN) 100
         Artem Bloshenko (UKR) 000

Pool A[edit]

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
         Elmar Gasimov (AZE) 011  
         Tagir Khaibulaev (RUS) 000  
           Elmar Gasimov (AZE) 010  
           Lyès Bouyacoub (ALG) 010  
         Ivan Remarenco (UAE) 000  
         Lyès Bouyacoub (ALG) 010  
           Elmar Gasimov (AZE) 100
           Ramadan Darwish (EGY) 000
         Ramadan Darwish (EGY) 100  
         Dominic Dugasse (SEY) 000  
           Ramadan Darwish (EGY) 001  
           José Armenteros (CUB) 000  
         Naidangiin Tüvshinbayar (MGL) 000      
         José Armenteros (CUB) 001      

Pool B[edit]

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
         Martin Pacek (SWE) 000  
         Cho Gu-ham (KOR) 000  
           Cho Gu-ham (KOR) 000  
 Soyib Kurbonov (UZB) 000        Artem Bloshenko (UKR) 100  
 Artem Bloshenko (UKR) 100      Artem Bloshenko (UKR) 100  
         Shah Hussain Shah (PAK) 000  
           Artem Bloshenko (UKR) 011
           Karl-Richard Frey (GER) 000
         Karl-Richard Frey (GER) 100  
         Miklós Cirjenics (HUN) 000  
           Karl-Richard Frey (GER) 100  
           Yan Naing Soe (MYA) 000  
         Yan Naing Soe (MYA) 002      
         Christopher George (TTO) 000      

Pool C[edit]

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
         Cyrille Maret (FRA) 100  
         Ayouba Traoré (MLI) 000  
           Cyrille Maret (FRA) 001  
           Henk Grol (NED) 000  
         Henk Grol (NED) 101  
         Kyle Reyes (CAN) 000  
           Cyrille Maret (FRA) 010
           Beka Gviniashvili (GEO) 000
         Toma Nikiforov (BEL) 100  
         Javad Mahjoub (IRI) 000  
           Toma Nikiforov (BEL) 000  
           Beka Gviniashvili (GEO) 101  
         Beka Gviniashvili (GEO) 100      
         Benjamin Fletcher (GBR) 000      

Pool D[edit]

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
         Lukáš Krpálek (CZE) 010  
 Mohammad Tawfiq Bakhshi (AFG) 000      Jorge Fonseca (POR) 001  
 Jorge Fonseca (POR) 100        Lukáš Krpálek (CZE) 000  
           Maxim Rakov (KAZ) 000  
         Grigori Minaškin (EST) 000  
         Maxim Rakov (KAZ) 000  
           Lukáš Krpálek (CZE) 000
           Ryunosuke Haga (JPN) 000
         Ryunosuke Haga (JPN) 100  
         Jevgeņijs Borodavko (LAT) 000  
           Ryunosuke Haga (JPN) 000  
           Rafael Buzacarini (BRA) 000  
         Rafael Buzacarini (BRA) 100      
         Pablo Aprahamian (URU) 000      


  1. ^ "Judo – Men's 100 kg". Rio 2016. Archived from the original on 20 August 2016. Retrieved 8 August 2016.