Wrestling at the 1988 Summer Olympics – Men's Greco-Roman 130 kg

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Wrestling at the
1988 Summer Olympics

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Freestyle Greco-Roman
  48 kg     48 kg  
  52 kg     52 kg  
  57 kg     57 kg  
  62 kg     62 kg  
  68 kg     68 kg  
  74 kg     74 kg
  82 kg     82 kg
  90 kg     90 kg
  100 kg     100 kg
  130 kg     130 kg

The Men's Greco-Roman 130 kg at the 1988 Summer Olympics as part of the wrestling program were held at the Sangmu Gymnasium, Seongnam from September 20 to September 22.

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

Medalists[edit]

Gold Aleksandr Karelin
 Soviet Union
Silver Rangel Gerovski
 Bulgaria
Bronze Tomas Johansson
 Sweden

Results[edit]

Legend
  • FR — Won by forfeit
  • D2 — Both wrestlers disqualified for passivity
  • DQ — Disqualification from the entire competition
  • P0 — Won by passivity, scoring zero points
  • P1 — Won by passivity, while leading by 1–11 points margin
  • PA — Win by injury default or withdrawal
  • PO — Win by decision (1–11 points margin) and loser has no technical points
  • PP — Win by decision (1–11 points margin) and loser has technical points
  • PS — Won by passivity, while leading by 12–14 points margin
  • SO — Win by superiority (12–14 points margin) and loser has no technical points
  • SP — Win by superiority (12–14 points margin) and loser has technical points
  • ST — Win by technical superiority (15 points margin)
  • TF — Win by fall
  • CP — Classification points

Eliminatory round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Score CP
Round 1
 Duane Koslowski (USA) 5–3  Alexander Neumüller (AUT) 3–1 PP
 Khodr Bechara (LIB) 0:30  Lubomír David (TCH) 0–4 TF
 László Klauz (HUN) 5:30  Fritz Gerdsmeier (FRG) 3–0 P1
 Aleksandr Karelin (URS) 4:00  Tomas Johansson (SWE) 3–0 P1
Round 2
 Duane Koslowski (USA) 1:12  Khodr Bechara (LIB) 4–0 TF
 Alexander Neumüller (AUT) 3:44  Lubomír David (TCH) 4–0 PA
 László Klauz (HUN) 4:43  Aleksandr Karelin (URS) 0–3 P1
 Fritz Gerdsmeier (FRG) 1–2  Tomas Johansson (SWE) 1–3 PP
Round 3
 Duane Koslowski (USA) 0–2  László Klauz (HUN) 0–3 PO
 Alexander Neumüller (AUT) 4:10  Aleksandr Karelin (URS) 0–4 TF
 Tomas Johansson (SWE) Bye
Round 4
 Tomas Johansson (SWE) 2–1  László Klauz (HUN) 3–1 PP
 Duane Koslowski (USA) 0–15  Aleksandr Karelin (URS) 0–4 ST
Athlete L R CP TB
 Aleksandr Karelin (URS) 0 14 3
 Tomas Johansson (SWE) 1 6 0
 László Klauz (HUN) 2 4 7 3
 Duane Koslowski (USA) 2 4 7 0
 Alexander Neumüller (AUT) 2 3 5
 Lubomír David (TCH) 1 2 4
 Fritz Gerdsmeier (FRG) 2 2 1
 Khodr Bechara (LIB) 2 2 0

Group B[edit]

Score CP
Round 1
 Hassan El-Hadad (EGY) 2:09  Navind Ramsaran (MRI) 4–0 TF
 Farhan Jassim (IRQ) 3:51  Kazuya Deguchi (JPN) 0–3 P1
 Rangel Gerovski (BUL) 5:44  Daniel Payne (CAN) 3–0 P1
 Fabio Valguarnera (ITA) 5:49  Roman Wrocławski (POL) 0–0 D2
Round 2
 Hassan El-Hadad (EGY) 4:16  Farhan Jassim (IRQ) 3–0 P1
 Navind Ramsaran (MRI) 0:48  Kazuya Deguchi (JPN) 0–4 TF
 Rangel Gerovski (BUL) 5:27  Fabio Valguarnera (ITA) 3–0 P1
 Daniel Payne (CAN) 4:19  Roman Wrocławski (POL) 0–4 TF
Round 3
 Hassan El-Hadad (EGY) 2:14  Kazuya Deguchi (JPN) 4–0 TF
 Rangel Gerovski (BUL) 4:23  Roman Wrocławski (POL) 3–0 P1
Round 4
 Hassan El-Hadad (EGY) 0–5  Rangel Gerovski (BUL) 0–3 PO
 Kazuya Deguchi (JPN) Bye
Round 5
 Kazuya Deguchi (JPN) 0–14  Rangel Gerovski (BUL) 0–3.5 SO
 Hassan El-Hadad (EGY) Bye
Athlete L R CP TB
 Rangel Gerovski (BUL) 0 15.5 6.5
 Hassan El-Hadad (EGY) 1 11 4
 Kazuya Deguchi (JPN) 2 7 0
 Roman Wrocławski (POL) 2 3 4
 Daniel Payne (CAN) 2 2 0
 Fabio Valguarnera (ITA) 2 2 0
 Farhan Jassim (IRQ) 2 2 0
 Navind Ramsaran (MRI) 2 2 0

Finals[edit]

Score CP
7th place match
 Duane Koslowski (USA)  Roman Wrocławski (POL) 0–4 FR
5th place match
 László Klauz (HUN) 5:00  Kazuya Deguchi (JPN) 3.5–0 PS
Bronze medal match
 Tomas Johansson (SWE) 5:04  Hassan El-Hadad (EGY) 3–0 P1
Gold medal match
 Aleksandr Karelin (URS) 5–3  Rangel Gerovski (BUL) 3–1 PP

Final standing[edit]

Rank Athlete
1st, gold medalist(s)  Aleksandr Karelin (URS)
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Rangel Gerovski (BUL)
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Tomas Johansson (SWE)
4  Hassan El-Hadad (EGY)
5  László Klauz (HUN)
6  Kazuya Deguchi (JPN)
7  Roman Wrocławski (POL)

References[edit]