|Representing the Soviet Union|
|1975 Vienna||Half Middleweight|
In 1976 he won the silver medal in the middleweight.
He was also vice world champion in Vienna (1975) and 4 times European champion.
Isao Inokuma said that "Among the foreign judoists with brilliant shin-gi-tai (spirit, skill, and power) are the Soviet Union's Nevzorov, the victor in the light-middleweight class in the Montreal Olympics, Dvoinikov of the Soviet Union, who was runner-up in the middleweight division at the same Olympics, and Lorentz of East Germany, who won the 95-kilograms-and-under class in the Jigoro Kano Cup International Judo Tournament held in Tokyo in 1978".
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