List of Olympic medalists in Greco-Roman wrestling

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This is the complete list of Olympic medalists in Greco-Roman wrestling.

Current Program[edit]

Bantamweight[edit]

  • -58 kg (1924–1928)
  • -56 kg (1932–1936)
  • -57 kg (1948–1996)
  • -58 kg (2000)
  • −55 kg (2004–2012)
  • −59 kg (2016–Present)
Games Gold Silver Bronze
1924 Paris
details
Eduard Pütsep
 Estonia
Anselm Ahlfors
 Finland
Väinö Ikonen
 Finland
1928 Amsterdam
details
Kurt Leucht
 Germany
Jindřich Maudr
 Czechoslovakia
Giovanni Gozzi
 Italy
1932 Los Angeles
details
Jakob Brendel
 Germany
Marcello Nizzola
 Italy
Louis François
 France
1936 Berlin
details
Márton Lõrincz
 Hungary
Egon Svensson
 Sweden
Jakob Brendel
 Germany
1948 London
details
Kurt Pettersén
 Sweden
Mahmoud Hassan
 Egypt
Halil Kaya
 Turkey
1952 Helsinki
details
Imre Hódos
 Hungary
Zakaria Chibab
 Lebanon
Artem Teryan
 Soviet Union
1956 Melbourne
details
Konstantin Vyrupayev
 Soviet Union
Edvin Vesterby
 Sweden
Francisc Horvat
 Romania
1960 Rome
details
Oleg Karavayev
 Soviet Union
Ion Cernea
 Romania
Dinko Petrov
 Bulgaria
1964 Tokyo
details
Masamitsu Ichiguchi
 Japan
Vladlen Trostyansky
 Soviet Union
Ion Cernea
 Romania
1968 Mexico City
details
János Varga
 Hungary
Ion Baciu
 Romania
Ivan Kochergin
 Soviet Union
1972 Munich
details
Rustam Kazakov
 Soviet Union
Hans-Jürgen Veil
 West Germany
Risto Björlin
 Finland
1976 Montreal
details
Pertti Ukkola
 Finland
Ivan Frgić
 Yugoslavia
Farhat Mustafin
 Soviet Union
1980 Moscow
details
Shamil Serikov
 Soviet Union
Józef Lipień
 Poland
Benni Ljungbeck
 Sweden
1984 Los Angeles
details
Pasquale Passarelli
 West Germany
Masaki Eto
 Japan
Haralambos Holidis
 Greece
1988 Seoul
details
András Sike
 Hungary
Stoyan Balov
 Bulgaria
Haralambos Holidis
 Greece
1992 Barcelona
details
An Han-Bong
 South Korea
Rifat Yildiz
 Germany
Sheng Zetian
 China
1996 Atlanta
details
Yuriy Melnichenko
 Kazakhstan
Dennis Hall
 United States
Sheng Zetian
 China
2000 Sydney
details
Armen Nazaryan
 Bulgaria
Kim In-Sub
 South Korea
Sheng Zetian
 China
2004 Athens
details
István Majoros
 Hungary
Geidar Mamedaliyev
 Russia
Artiom Kiouregkian
 Greece
2008 Beijing
details
Nazyr Mankiev
 Russia
Rovshan Bayramov
 Azerbaijan
Park Eun-Chul
 South Korea
Roman Amoyan
 Armenia
2012 London
details
Hamid Sourian
 Iran
Rovshan Bayramov
 Azerbaijan
Péter Módos
 Hungary
Mingiyan Semenov
 Russia
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details

Lightweight[edit]

  • -66.6 kg (1908)
  • -67.5 kg (1912–1928)
  • -66 kg (1932–1936)
  • -67 kg (1948–1960)
  • -70 kg (1964–1968)
  • -68 kg (1972–1996)
  • -69 kg (2000)
  • -66 kg (2004–2012)
  • -65 kg (2016–Present)
Games Gold Silver Bronze
1908 London
details
Enrico Porro
 Italy
Nikolay Orlov
 Russia
Arvid Lindén
 Finland
1912 Stockholm
details
Emil Väre
 Finland
Gustaf Malmström
 Sweden
Edvin Mattiasson
 Sweden
1920 Antwerp
details
Emil Väre
 Finland
Taavi Tamminen
 Finland
Frithjof Andersen
 Norway
1924 Paris
details
Oskari Friman
 Finland
Lajos Keresztes
 Hungary
Källe Westerlund
 Finland
1928 Amsterdam
details
Lajos Keresztes
 Hungary
Eduard Sperling
 Germany
Edvard Westerlund
 Finland
1932 Los Angeles
details
Eric Malmberg
 Sweden
Abraham Kurland
 Denmark
Eduard Sperling
 Germany
1936 Berlin
details
Lauri Koskela
 Finland
Josef Herda
 Czechoslovakia
Voldemar Väli
 Estonia
1948 London
details
Gustav Freij
 Sweden
Aage Eriksen
 Norway
Károly Ferencz
 Hungary
1952 Helsinki
details
Shazam Safin
 Soviet Union
Gustav Freij
 Sweden
Mikuláš Athanasov
 Czechoslovakia
1956 Melbourne
details
Kyösti Lehtonen
 Finland
Rıza Doğan
 Turkey
Gyula Tóth
 Hungary
1960 Rome
details
Avtandil Koridze
 Soviet Union
Branislav Martinović
 Yugoslavia
Gustav Freij
 Sweden
1964 Tokyo
details
Kazım Ayvaz
 Turkey
Valeriu Bularca
 Romania
David Gvantseladze
 Soviet Union
1968 Mexico City
details
Muneji Munemura
 Japan
Stevan Horvat
 Yugoslavia
Petros Galaktopoulos
 Greece
1972 Munich
details
Shamil Khisamutdinov
 Soviet Union
Stoyan Apostolov
 Bulgaria
Gian-Matteo Ranzi
 Italy
1976 Montreal
details
Suren Nalbandyan
 Soviet Union
Ştefan Rusu
 Romania
Heinz-Helmut Wehling
 East Germany
1980 Moscow
details
Ştefan Rusu
 Romania
Andrzej Supron
 Poland
Lars-Erik Skiöld
 Sweden
1984 Los Angeles
details
Vlado Lisjak
 Yugoslavia
Tapio Sipilä
 Finland
James Martinez
 United States
1988 Seoul
details
Levon Julfalakyan
 Soviet Union
Kim Sung-Moon
 South Korea
Tapio Sipilä
 Finland
1992 Barcelona
details
Attila Repka
 Hungary
Islam Dugushiev
 Unified Team
Rodney Smith
 United States
1996 Atlanta
details
Ryszard Wolny
 Poland
Ghani Yalouz
 France
Aleksandr Tretyakov
 Russia
2000 Sydney
details
Filiberto Azcuy
 Cuba
Katsuhiko Nagata
 Japan
Aleksey Glushkov
 Russia
2004 Athens
details
Farid Mansurov
 Azerbaijan
Şeref Eroğlu
 Turkey
Mkhitar Manukyan
 Kazakhstan
2008 Beijing
details
Steeve Guenot
 France
Kanatbek Begaliev
 Kyrgyzstan
Armen Vardanyan
 Ukraine
Mikhail Siamionau
 Belarus
2012 London
details
Kim Hyeon-Woo
 South Korea
Tamás Lőrincz
 Hungary
Manuchar Tskhadaia
 Georgia
Steeve Guenot
 France
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details

Welterweight[edit]

  • -72 kg (1932–1936)
  • -73 kg (1948–1960)
  • -78 kg (1964–1968)
  • -74 kg (1972–1996)
  • -76 kg (2000)
  • -74 kg (2004–2012)
  • −75 kg (2016–Present)
Games Gold Silver Bronze
1932 Los Angeles
details
Ivar Johansson
 Sweden
Väinö Kajander
 Finland
Ercole Gallegati
 Italy
1936 Berlin
details
Rudolf Svedberg
 Sweden
Fritz Schäfer
 Germany
Eino Virtanen
 Finland
1948 London
details
Gösta Andersson
 Sweden
Miklós Szilvási
 Hungary
Henrik Hansen
 Denmark
1952 Helsinki
details
Miklós Szilvási
 Hungary
Gösta Andersson
 Sweden
Khalil Taha
 Lebanon
1956 Melbourne
details
Mithat Bayrak
 Turkey
Vladimir Maneyev
 Soviet Union
Per Berlin
 Sweden
1960 Rome
details
Mithat Bayrak
 Turkey
Günther Maritschnigg
 Germany
René Schiermeyer
 France
1964 Tokyo
details
Anatoly Kolesov
 Soviet Union
Kiril Petkov
 Bulgaria
Bertil Nyström
 Sweden
1968 Mexico City
details
Rudolf Vesper
 East Germany
Daniel Robin
 France
Károly Bajkó
 Hungary
1972 Munich
details
Vítězslav Mácha
 Czechoslovakia
Petros Galaktopoulos
 Greece
Jan Karlsson
 Sweden
1976 Montreal
details
Anatoly Bykov
 Soviet Union
Vítězslav Mácha
 Czechoslovakia
Karl-Heinz Helbing
 West Germany
1980 Moscow
details
Ferenc Kocsis
 Hungary
Anatoly Bykov
 Soviet Union
Mikko Huhtala
 Finland
1984 Los Angeles
details
Jouko Salomäki
 Finland
Roger Tallroth
 Sweden
Ştefan Rusu
 Romania
1988 Seoul
details
Kim Young-Nam
 South Korea
Daulet Turlykhanov
 Soviet Union
Józef Tracz
 Poland
1992 Barcelona
details
Mnatsakan Iskandaryan
 Unified Team
Józef Tracz
 Poland
Torbjörn Kornbakk
 Sweden
1996 Atlanta
details
Filiberto Azcuy
 Cuba
Marko Asell
 Finland
Józef Tracz
 Poland
2000 Sydney
details
Murat Kardanov
 Russia
Matt Lindland
 United States
Marko Yli-Hannuksela
 Finland
2004 Athens
details
Aleksandr Dokturishvili
 Uzbekistan
Marko Yli-Hannuksela
 Finland
Varteres Samourgachev
 Russia
2008 Beijing
details
Manuchar Kvirkelia
 Georgia
Chang Yongxiang
 China
Yavor Yanakiev
 Bulgaria
Christophe Guenot
 France
2012 London
details
Roman Vlasov
 Russia
Arsen Julfalakyan
 Armenia
Aleksandr Kazakevič
 Lithuania
Emin Ahmadov
 Azerbaijan
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details

Middleweight[edit]

  • -73 kg (1908)
  • -75 kg (1912–1928)
  • -79 kg (1932–1960)
  • -87 kg (1964–1968)
  • -82 kg (1972–1996)
  • -85 kg (2000)
  • -84 kg (2004–2012)
  • −85 kg (2016–Present)
Games Gold Silver Bronze
1908 London
details
Frithiof Mårtensson
 Sweden
Mauritz Andersson
 Sweden
Anders Andersen
 Denmark
1912 Stockholm
details
Claes Johansson
 Sweden
Martin Klein
 Russia
Alfred Asikainen
 Finland
1920 Antwerp
details
Carl Westergren
 Sweden
Arthur Lindfors
 Finland
Masa Perttilä
 Finland
1924 Paris
details
Edvard Westerlund
 Finland
Arthur Lindfors
 Finland
Roman Steinberg
 Estonia
1928 Amsterdam
details
Väinö Kokkinen
 Finland
László Papp
 Hungary
Albert Kusnets
 Estonia
1932 Los Angeles
details
Väinö Kokkinen
 Finland
Jean Földeák
 Germany
Axel Cadier
 Sweden
1936 Berlin
details
Ivar Johansson
 Sweden
Ludwig Schweickert
 Germany
József Palotás
 Hungary
1948 London
details
Axel Grönberg
 Sweden
Muhlis Tayfur
 Turkey
Ercole Gallegati
 Italy
1952 Helsinki
details
Axel Grönberg
 Sweden
Kalervo Rauhala
 Finland
Nikolay Belov
 Soviet Union
1956 Melbourne
details
Givi Kartoziya
 Soviet Union
Dimitar Dobrev
 Bulgaria
Rune Jansson
 Sweden
1960 Rome
details
Dimitar Dobrev
 Bulgaria
Lothar Metz
 Germany
Ion Țăranu
 Romania
1964 Tokyo
details
Branislav Simić
 Yugoslavia
Jiří Kormaník
 Czechoslovakia
Lothar Metz
 Germany
1968 Mexico City
details
Lothar Metz
 East Germany
Valentin Oleynik
 Soviet Union
Branislav Simić
 Yugoslavia
1972 Munich
details
Csaba Hegedűs
 Hungary
Anatoly Nazarenko
 Soviet Union
Milan Nenadić
 Yugoslavia
1976 Montreal
details
Momir Petković
 Yugoslavia
Vladimir Cheboksarov
 Soviet Union
Ivan Kolev
 Bulgaria
1980 Moscow
details
Gennadi Korban
 Soviet Union
Jan Dołgowicz
 Poland
Pavel Pavlov
 Bulgaria
1984 Los Angeles
details
Ion Draica
 Romania
Dimitrios Thanopoulos
 Greece
Sören Claeson
 Sweden
1988 Seoul
details
Mikhail Mamiashvili
 Soviet Union
Tibor Komáromi
 Hungary
Kim Sang-Kyu
 South Korea
1992 Barcelona
details
Péter Farkas
 Hungary
Piotr Stępień
 Poland
Daulet Turlykhanov
 Unified Team
1996 Atlanta
details
Hamza Yerlikaya
 Turkey
Thomas Zander
 Germany
Valeriy Tsilent
 Belarus
2000 Sydney
details
Hamza Yerlikaya
 Turkey
Sándor Bárdosi
 Hungary
Mukhran Vakhtangadze
 Georgia
2004 Athens
details
Aleksey Mishin
 Russia
Ara Abrahamian
 Sweden
Viachaslau Makaranka
 Belarus
2008 Beijing
details
Andrea Minguzzi
 Italy
Zoltán Fodor
 Hungary
Nazmi Avluca
 Turkey
2012 London
details
Alan Khugayev
 Russia
Karam Gaber
 Egypt
Daniyal Gadzhiyev
 Kazakhstan
Damian Janikowski
 Poland
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details

Heavyweight[edit]

  • +82.5 kg (1912–1928)
  • +87 kg (1932–1960)
  • +97 kg (1964–1968)
  • -100 kg (1972–1996)
  • -97 kg (2000)
  • -96 kg (2004–2012)
  • -98 kg (2016–Present)
Games Gold Silver Bronze
1912 Stockholm
details
Yrjö Saarela
 Finland
Johan Olin
 Finland
Søren Marinus Jensen
 Denmark
1920 Antwerp
details
Adolf Lindfors
 Finland
Poul Hansen
 Denmark
Martti Nieminen
 Finland
1924 Paris
details
Henri Deglane
 France
Edil Rosenqvist
 Finland
Rajmund Badó
 Hungary
1928 Amsterdam
details
Rudolf Svensson
 Sweden
Hjalmar Nyström
 Finland
Georg Gehring
 Germany
1932 Los Angeles
details
Carl Westergren
 Sweden
Josef Urban
 Czechoslovakia
Nikolaus Hirschl
 Austria
1936 Berlin
details
Kristjan Palusalu
 Estonia
John Nyman
 Sweden
Kurt Hornfischer
 Germany
1948 London
details
Ahmet Kireççi
 Turkey
Tor Nilsson
 Sweden
Guido Fantoni
 Italy
1952 Helsinki
details
Johannes Kotkas
 Soviet Union
Josef Růžička
 Czechoslovakia
Tauno Kovanen
 Finland
1956 Melbourne
details
Anatoly Parfyonov
 Soviet Union
Wilfried Dietrich
 Germany
Adelmo Bulgarelli
 Italy
1960 Rome
details
Ivan Bogdan
 Soviet Union
Wilfried Dietrich
 Germany
Bohumil Kubát
 Czechoslovakia
1964 Tokyo
details
István Kozma
 Hungary
Anatoly Roshchin
 Soviet Union
Wilfried Dietrich
 Germany
1968 Mexico City
details
István Kozma
 Hungary
Anatoly Roshchin
 Soviet Union
Petr Kment
 Czechoslovakia
1972 Munich
details
Nicolae Martinescu
 Romania
Nikolai Yakovenko
 Soviet Union
Ferenc Kiss
 Hungary
1976 Montreal
details
Nikolai Balboshin
 Soviet Union
Kamen Goranov
 Bulgaria
Andrzej Skrzydlewski
 Poland
1980 Moscow
details
Georgi Raikov
 Bulgaria
Roman Bierła
 Poland
Vasile Andrei
 Romania
1984 Los Angeles
details
Vasile Andrei
 Romania
Greg Gibson
 United States
Jožef Tertei
 Yugoslavia
1988 Seoul
details
Andrzej Wroński
 Poland
Gerhard Himmel
 West Germany
Dennis Koslowski
 United States
1992 Barcelona
details
Héctor Milián
 Cuba
Dennis Koslowski
 United States
Sergei Demyashkevich
 Unified Team
1996 Atlanta
details
Andrzej Wroński
 Poland
Sergey Lishtvan
 Belarus
Mikael Ljungberg
 Sweden
2000 Sydney
details
Mikael Ljungberg
 Sweden
Davyd Saldadze
 Ukraine
Garrett Lowney
 United States
2004 Athens
details
Karam Gaber
 Egypt
Ramaz Nozadze
 Georgia
Mehmet Özal
 Turkey
2008 Beijing
details
Aslanbek Khushtov
 Russia
Mirko Englich
 Germany
Adam Wheeler
 United States
Asset Mambetov
 Kazakhstan
2012 London
details
Ghasem Rezaei
 Iran
Rustam Totrov
 Russia
Artur Aleksanyan
 Armenia
Jimmy Lidberg
 Sweden
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details

Super heavyweight[edit]

  • +93 kg (1908)
  • +100 kg (1972–1984)
  • -130 kg (1988–2000)
  • -120 kg (2004–2012)
  • -130 kg (2016–Present)
Games Gold Silver Bronze
1908 London
details
Richárd Weisz
 Hungary
Aleksandr Petrov
 Russia
Søren Marinus Jensen
 Denmark
1912–1968 not included in the Olympic program
1972 Munich
details
Anatoly Roshchin
 Soviet Union
Aleksandar Tomov
 Bulgaria
Victor Dolipschi
 Romania
1976 Montreal
details
Aleksandr Kolchinsky
 Soviet Union
Aleksandar Tomov
 Bulgaria
Roman Codreanu
 Romania
1980 Moscow
details
Aleksandr Kolchinsky
 Soviet Union
Aleksandar Tomov
 Bulgaria
Hassan Bechara
 Lebanon
1984 Los Angeles
details
Jeff Blatnick
 United States
Refik Memišević
 Yugoslavia
Victor Dolipschi
 Romania
1988 Seoul
details
Aleksandr Karelin
 Soviet Union
Rangel Gerovski
 Bulgaria
Tomas Johansson
 Sweden
1992 Barcelona
details
Aleksandr Karelin
 Unified Team
Tomas Johansson
 Sweden
Ioan Grigoraş
 Romania
1996 Atlanta
details
Aleksandr Karelin
 Russia
Matt Ghaffari
 United States
Sergei Mureiko
 Moldova
2000 Sydney
details
Rulon Gardner
 United States
Aleksandr Karelin
 Russia
Dmitry Debelka
 Belarus
2004 Athens
details
Khasan Baroyev
 Russia
Georgiy Tsurtsumia
 Kazakhstan
Rulon Gardner
 United States
2008 Beijing
details
Mijaín López
 Cuba
Khasan Baroyev
 Russia
Mindaugas Mizgaitis
 Lithuania
Yuri Patrikeyev
 Armenia
2012 London
details
Mijaín López
 Cuba
Heiki Nabi
 Estonia
Rıza Kayaalp
 Turkey
Johan Eurén
 Sweden
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details

Discontinued Events[edit]

Light flyweight[edit]

  • -48 kg (1972–1996)
Games Gold Silver Bronze
1972 Munich
details
Gheorghe Berceanu
 Romania
Rahim Ali-Abadi
 Iran
Stefan Angelov
 Bulgaria
1976 Montreal
details
Alexei Shumakov
 Soviet Union
Gheorghe Berceanu
 Romania
Stefan Angelov
 Bulgaria
1980 Moscow
details
Zhaksylyk Ushkempirov
 Soviet Union
Constantin Alexandru
 Romania
Ferenc Seres
 Hungary
1984 Los Angeles
details
Vincenzo Maenza
 Italy
Markus Scherer
 West Germany
Ikuzo Saito
 Japan
1988 Seoul
details
Vincenzo Maenza
 Italy
Andrzej Głąb
 Poland
Bratan Tzenov
 Bulgaria
1992 Barcelona
details
Oleg Kucherenko
 Unified Team
Vincenzo Maenza
 Italy
Wilber Sánchez
 Cuba
1996 Atlanta
details
Sim Kwon-Ho
 South Korea
Aleksandr Pavlov
 Belarus
Zafar Guliyev
 Russia

Flyweight[edit]

  • -52 kg (1948–1996)
  • -54 kg (2000)
Games Gold Silver Bronze
1948 London
details
Pietro Lombardi
 Italy
Kenan Olcay
 Turkey
Reino Kangasmäki
 Finland
1952 Helsinki
details
Boris Maksovich Gurevich
 Soviet Union
Ignazio Fabra
 Italy
Leo Honkala
 Finland
1956 Melbourne
details
Nikolai Solovyov
 Soviet Union
Ignazio Fabra
 Italy
Dursun Ali Eğribaş
 Turkey
1960 Rome
details
Dumitru Pîrvulescu
 Romania
Osman Sayed
 United Arab Republic
Mohammad Paziraei
 Iran
1964 Tokyo
details
Tsutomu Hanahara
 Japan
Angel Kerezov
 Bulgaria
Dumitru Pîrvulescu
 Romania
1968 Mexico City
details
Petar Kirov
 Bulgaria
Vladimir Bakulin
 Soviet Union
Miroslav Zeman
 Czechoslovakia
1972 Munich
details
Petar Kirov
 Bulgaria
Koichiro Hirayama
 Japan
Giuseppe Bognanni
 Italy
1976 Montreal
details
Vitali Konstantinov
 Soviet Union
Nicu Gingă
 Romania
Koichiro Hirayama
 Japan
1980 Moscow
details
Vakhtang Blagidze
 Soviet Union
Lajos Rácz
 Hungary
Mladen Mladenov
 Bulgaria
1984 Los Angeles
details
Atsuji Miyahara
 Japan
Daniel Aceves
 Mexico
Bang Dae-Du
 South Korea
1988 Seoul
details
Jon Rønningen
 Norway
Atsuji Miyahara
 Japan
Lee Jae-Suk
 South Korea
1992 Barcelona
details
Jon Rønningen
 Norway
Alfred Ter-Mkrtychyan
 Unified Team
Min Kyung-Gab
 South Korea
1996 Atlanta
details
Armen Nazaryan
 Armenia
Brandon Paulson
 United States
Andriy Kalashnikov
 Ukraine
2000 Sydney
details
Sim Kwon-Ho
 South Korea
Lázaro Rivas
 Cuba
Kang Yong-Gyun
 North Korea

Featherweight[edit]

  • -60 kg (1912–1920)
  • -62 kg (1924–1928)
  • -61 kg (1932–1960)
  • -63 kg (1964–1968)
  • -62 kg (1972–1996)
  • -63 kg (2000)
  • -60 kg (2004–2012)
Games Gold Silver Bronze
1912 Stockholm
details
Kaarlo Koskelo
 Finland
Georg Gerstäcker
 Germany
Otto Lasanen
 Finland
1920 Antwerp
details
Oskari Friman
 Finland
Heikki Kähkönen
 Finland
Fritiof Svensson
 Sweden
1924 Paris
details
Kalle Anttila
 Finland
Aleksanteri Toivola
 Finland
Eric Malmberg
 Sweden
1928 Amsterdam
details
Voldemar Väli
 Estonia
Eric Malmberg
 Sweden
Gerolamo Quaglia
 Italy
1932 Los Angeles
details
Giovanni Gozzi
 Italy
Wolfgang Ehrl
 Germany
Lauri Koskela
 Finland
1936 Berlin
details
Yaşar Erkan
 Turkey
Aarne Reini
 Finland
Einar Karlsson
 Sweden
1948 London
details
Mehmet Oktav
 Turkey
Olle Anderberg
 Sweden
Ferenc Tóth
 Hungary
1952 Helsinki
details
Yakov Punkin
 Soviet Union
Imre Polyák
 Hungary
Abdel Al-Rashid
 Egypt
1956 Melbourne
details
Rauno Mäkinen
 Finland
Imre Polyák
 Hungary
Roman Dzeneladze
 Soviet Union
1960 Rome
details
Müzahir Sille
 Turkey
Imre Polyák
 Hungary
Konstantin Vyrupayev
 Soviet Union
1964 Tokyo
details
Imre Polyák
 Hungary
Roman Rurua
 Soviet Union
Branislav Martinović
 Yugoslavia
1968 Mexico City
details
Roman Rurua
 Soviet Union
Hideo Fujimoto
 Japan
Simion Popescu
 Romania
1972 Munich
details
Georgi Markov
 Bulgaria
Heinz-Helmut Wehling
 East Germany
Kazimierz Lipień
 Poland
1976 Montreal
details
Kazimierz Lipień
 Poland
Nelson Davydyan
 Soviet Union
László Réczi
 Hungary
1980 Moscow
details
Stelios Mygiakis
 Greece
István Tóth
 Hungary
Boris Kramorenko
 Soviet Union
1984 Los Angeles
details
Kim Weon-Kee
 South Korea
Kent-Olle Johansson
 Sweden
Hugo Dietsche
 Switzerland
1988 Seoul
details
Kamandar Madzhidov
 Soviet Union
Zhivko Vangelov
 Bulgaria
An Dae-Hyun
 South Korea
1992 Barcelona
details
Mehmet Akif Pirim
 Turkey
Sergei Martynov
 Unified Team
Juan Marén
 Cuba
1996 Atlanta
details
Włodzimierz Zawadzki
 Poland
Juan Marén
 Cuba
Mehmet Akif Pirim
 Turkey
2000 Sydney
details
Varteres Samourgachev
 Russia
Juan Marén
 Cuba
Akaki Chachua
 Georgia
2004 Athens
details
Jung Ji-Hyun
 South Korea
Roberto Monzon
 Cuba
Armen Nazaryan
 Bulgaria
2008 Beijing
details
Islambek Albiev
 Russia
Vitaliy Rahimov
 Azerbaijan
Nurbakyt Tengizbayev
 Kazakhstan
Ruslan Tyumenbayev
 Kyrgyzstan
2012 London
details
Omid Norouzi
 Iran
Revaz Lashkhi
 Georgia
Zaur Kuramagomedov
 Russia
Ryutaro Matsumoto
 Japan

Light heavyweight[edit]

  • -93 kg (1908)
  • -82.5 kg (1912–1928)
  • -87 kg (1932–1960)
  • -97 kg (1964–1968)
  • -90 kg (1972–1996)
Games Gold Silver Bronze
1908 London
details
Verner Weckman
 Finland
Yrjö Saarela
 Finland
Carl Jensen
 Denmark
1912 Stockholm
details
none awarded Anders Ahlgren
 Sweden
Ivar Böhling
 Finland
Béla Varga
 Hungary
1920 Antwerp
details
Claes Johansson
 Sweden
Edil Rosenqvist
 Finland
Johannes Eriksen
 Denmark
1924 Paris
details
Carl Westergren
 Sweden
Rudolf Svensson
 Sweden
Onni Pellinen
 Finland
1928 Amsterdam
details
Ibrahim Moustafa
 Egypt
Adolf Rieger
 Germany
Onni Pellinen
 Finland
1932 Los Angeles
details
Rudolf Svensson
 Sweden
Onni Pellinen
 Finland
Mario Gruppioni
 Italy
1936 Berlin
details
Axel Cadier
 Sweden
Edwins Bietags
 Latvia
August Neo
 Estonia
1948 London
details
Karl-Erik Nilsson
 Sweden
Kelpo Gröndahl
 Finland
Ibrahim Orabi
 Egypt
1952 Helsinki
details
Kelpo Gröndahl
 Finland
Shalva Chikhladze
 Soviet Union
Karl-Erik Nilsson
 Sweden
1956 Melbourne
details
Valentin Nikolayev
 Soviet Union
Petko Sirakov
 Bulgaria
Karl-Erik Nilsson
 Sweden
1960 Rome
details
Tevfik Kış
 Turkey
Krali Bimbalov
 Bulgaria
Givi Kartoziya
 Soviet Union
1964 Tokyo
details
Boyan Radev
 Bulgaria
Per Svensson
 Sweden
Heinz Kiehl
 Germany
1968 Mexico City
details
Boyan Radev
 Bulgaria
Nikolai Yakovenko
 Soviet Union
Nicolae Martinescu
 Romania
1972 Munich
details
Valery Rezantsev
 Soviet Union
Josip Čorak
 Yugoslavia
Czesław Kwieciński
 Poland
1976 Montreal
details
Valery Rezantsev
 Soviet Union
Stoyan Ivanov
 Bulgaria
Czesław Kwieciński
 Poland
1980 Moscow
details
Norbert Növényi
 Hungary
Igor Kanygin
 Soviet Union
Petre Dicu
 Romania
1984 Los Angeles
details
Steve Fraser
 United States
Ilie Matei
 Romania
Frank Andersson
 Sweden
1988 Seoul
details
Atanas Komchev
 Bulgaria
Harri Koskela
 Finland
Vladimir Popov
 Soviet Union
1992 Barcelona
details
Maik Bullmann
 Germany
Hakkı Başar
 Turkey
Gogi Koguashvili
 Unified Team
1996 Atlanta
details
Vyacheslav Oliynyk
 Ukraine
Jacek Fafiński
 Poland
Maik Bullmann
 Germany

Open[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1896 Athens
details
Carl Schuhmann
 Germany
Georgios Tsitas
 Greece
Stephanos Christopoulos
 Greece

See also[edit]

List of World and Olympic Champions in Greco-Roman wrestling

References[edit]