Wrestling at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men's Greco-Roman 57 kg

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The Men's Greco-Roman 57 kg at the 1984 Summer Olympics as part of the wrestling program were held at the Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, California.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Pasquale Passarelli
 West Germany
Silver Masaki Eto
 Japan
Bronze Haralambos Holidis
 Greece

Tournament results[edit]

The wrestlers are divided into 2 groups. The winner of each group decided by a double-elimination system.

Legend
  • TF — Won by Fall
  • ST — Won by Technical Superiority, 12 points difference
  • PP — Won by Points, 1-7 points difference, the loser with points
  • PO — Won by Points, 1-7 points difference, the loser without points
  • SP — Won by Points, 8-11 points difference, the loser with points
  • SO — Won by Points, 8-11 points difference, the loser without points
  • P0 — Won by Passivity, scoring zero points
  • P1 — Won by Passivity, while leading by 1-7 points
  • PS — Won by Passivity, while leading by 8-11 points
  • DC — Won by Decision, 0-0 score
  • PA — Won by Opponent Injury
  • DQ — Won by Forfeit
  • DNA — Did not appear
  • L — Losses
  • ER — Round of Elimination
  • CP — Classification Points
  • TP — Technical Points

Eliminatory round[edit]

Group A[edit]

L CP TP L
Round 1
1  Antonino Caltabiano (ITA) 1-3 PP 1-3  Benni Ljungbeck (SWE) 0
0  Ronny Sigde (NOR) 3-1 PP 10-3  Ilpo Seppälä (FIN) 1
0  Masaki Eto (JPN) 3-1 PP 8-4  Ali Lachkar (MAR) 1
1  Abdellatif Khalaf (EGY) 0-4 ST 0-14  Haralambos Holidis (GRE) 0
Round 2
1  Antonino Caltabiano (ITA) 3-1 PP 8-2  Ronny Sigde (NOR) 1
0  Benni Ljungbeck (SWE) 3-1 PP 7-1  Ilpo Seppälä (FIN) 2
0  Masaki Eto (JPN) 4-0 ST 16-4  Abdellatif Khalaf (EGY) 2
2  Ali Lachkar (MAR) 0-3 PO 0-2  Haralambos Holidis (GRE) 0
Round 3
2  Antonino Caltabiano (ITA) 0-3 P1 5:44  Masaki Eto (JPN) 0
0  Benni Ljungbeck (SWE) 4-0 TF 5:54  Ronny Sigde (NOR) 2
0  Haralambos Holidis (GRE) Bye
Final
 Haralambos Holidis (GRE) 3-1 PP 5-2  Benni Ljungbeck (SWE)
 Masaki Eto (JPN) 3-1 PP 6-6  Haralambos Holidis (GRE)
 Benni Ljungbeck (SWE) 0-4 TF 4:25  Masaki Eto (JPN)
Wrestler L ER CP Final
 Masaki Eto (JPN) 0 - 10 7
 Haralambos Holidis (GRE) 0 - 7 4
 Benni Ljungbeck (SWE) 0 - 10 1
 Antonino Caltabiano (ITA) 2 3 4
 Ronny Sigde (NOR) 2 3 4
 Ilpo Seppälä (FIN) 2 2 2
 Ali Lachkar (MAR) 2 2 1
 Abdellatif Khalaf (EGY) 2 2 0

Group B[edit]

L CP TP L
Round 1
1  Patrice Mourier (FRA) 1-3 PP 2-8  Nicolae Zamfir (ROU) 0
1  Park Byung-Hyo (KOR) .5-3.5 SP 4-12  Mehmet Karadağ (TUR) 0
0  Frank Famiano (USA) 4-0 ST 13-0  Sergio Severino (DOM) 1
1  Ernesto Bahena (MEX) 0-4 ST 0-13  Pasquale Passarelli (FRG) 0
Round 2
2  Patrice Mourier (FRA) 0-4 TF 5:23  Park Byung-Hyo (KOR) 1
1  Nicolae Zamfir (ROU) 0-3 PO 0-1  Mehmet Karadağ (TUR) 0
0  Frank Famiano (USA) 4-0 ST 17-5  Ernesto Bahena (MEX) 2
2  Sergio Severino (DOM) 0-4 ST 2-16  Pasquale Passarelli (FRG) 0
Round 3
1  Nicolae Zamfir (ROU) 3-1 PP 8-5  Park Byung-Hyo (KOR) 2
1  Mehmet Karadağ (TUR) 0-4 ST 5-18  Frank Famiano (USA) 0
0  Pasquale Passarelli (FRG) Bye
Round 4
0  Pasquale Passarelli (FRG) 3.5-0 PS 4:10  Mehmet Karadağ (TUR) 2
1  Nicolae Zamfir (ROU) 3-0 P1 4:30  Frank Famiano (USA) 1
Final
 Nicolae Zamfir (ROU) 3-0 P1 4:30  Frank Famiano (USA)
 Pasquale Passarelli (FRG) 2-0 P0 5:47  Nicolae Zamfir (ROU)
 Frank Famiano (USA) 0-4 ST 2-14  Pasquale Passarelli (FRG)
Wrestler L ER CP Final
 Pasquale Passarelli (FRG) 0 - 11.5 6
 Nicolae Zamfir (ROU) 1 - 9 3
 Frank Famiano (USA) 1 - 12 0
 Mehmet Karadağ (TUR) 2 4 6.5
 Park Byung-Hyo (KOR) 2 3 5.5
 Patrice Mourier (FRA) 2 2 1
 Ernesto Bahena (MEX) 2 2 0
 Sergio Severino (DOM) 2 2 0

Final round[edit]

CP TP
5th place match
 Benni Ljungbeck (SWE) 0-4 PA  Frank Famiano (USA)
Bronze medal match
 Haralambos Holidis (GRE) 3-1 PP 2-1  Nicolae Zamfir (ROU)
Gold medal match
 Masaki Eto (JPN) 1-3 PP 5-8  Pasquale Passarelli (FRG)

Final standings[edit]

  1.  Pasquale Passarelli (FRG)
  2.  Masaki Eto (JPN)
  3.  Haralambos Holidis (GRE)
  4.  Nicolae Zamfir (ROU)
  5.  Frank Famiano (USA)
  6.  Benni Ljungbeck (SWE)
  7.  Mehmet Karadağ (TUR)
  8.  Park Byung-Hyo (KOR)

References[edit]