Wrestling at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Men's Greco-Roman 130 kg

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The Men's Greco-Roman – 130 kg at the 1992 Summer Olympics as part of the wrestling program were held at the Institut Nacional d'Educació Física de Catalunya from July 27 to July 29.

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

Medalists[edit]

Gold Aleksandr Karelin
 Unified Team
Silver Tomas Johansson
 Sweden
Bronze Ioan Grigoraş
 Romania

Results[edit]

Legend
  • D2 — Both wrestlers disqualified for passivity (0–0 score)
  • DO — The winner has not scored technical points
  • E2 — Both wrestlers disqualified for rules violation
  • EF — Win by withdrawal (the loser does not classify)
  • EV — Disqualification from the entire competition, for violation of the rules
  • 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
  • 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)
  • TO — Win by fall
  • CP — Classification points
  • TP — Technical points

Eliminatory[edit]

Pool A[edit]

Score CP
Round 1
 Andy Borodow (CAN) 0–5  Aleksandr Karelin (EUN) 0–4 TO
 Bounama Touré (SEN) 0–3  Cándido Mesa (CUB) 0–4 TO
 Milan Radaković (IOP) 7–0  Guillermo Díaz (MEX) 4–0 TO
 Juha Ahokas (FIN) 2–4  Ioan Grigoraş (ROU) 1–3 PP
Round 2
 Andy Borodow (CAN) 5–0  Bounama Touré (SEN) 4–0 TO
 Aleksandr Karelin (EUN) 7–0  Cándido Mesa (CUB) 4–0 TO
 Milan Radaković (IOP) 0–2  Juha Ahokas (FIN) 0–3 PO
 Guillermo Díaz (MEX) 0–16  Ioan Grigoraş (ROU) 0–4 ST
Round 3
 Andy Borodow (CAN) 2–0  Cándido Mesa (CUB) 4–0 TO
 Aleksandr Karelin (EUN) 8–1  Juha Ahokas (FIN) 3–1 PP
 Milan Radaković (IOP) 1–8  Ioan Grigoraş (ROU) 1–3 PP
Round 4
 Andy Borodow (CAN) 0–4  Ioan Grigoraş (ROU) 0–3 PO
 Aleksandr Karelin (EUN) Bye
Round 5
 Aleksandr Karelin (EUN) 3–0  Ioan Grigoraş (ROU) 4–0 TO
Athlete L R CP TP TB
 Aleksandr Karelin (EUN) 0 15 23 8
 Ioan Grigoraş (ROU) 1 13 32 3
 Andy Borodow (CAN) 2 8 7 0
 Juha Ahokas (FIN) 2 3 5 5 3
 Milan Radaković (IOP) 2 3 5 8 0
 Cándido Mesa (CUB) 2 3 4 3
 Guillermo Díaz (MEX) 2 2 0 0
 Bounama Touré (SEN) 2 2 0 0

Pool B[edit]

Score CP
Round 1
 Panagiotis Poikilidis (GRE) 2–0  Jerzy Choromański (POL) 3–0 PO
 Kenichi Suzuki (JPN) 0–4  Tian Lei (CHN) 0–4 TO
 Tomas Johansson (SWE) 0–0  László Klauz (HUN) 0–0 D2
 Matt Ghaffari (USA) 0–0  Rangel Gerovski (BUL) 0–0 D2
Round 2
 Panagiotis Poikilidis (GRE) 2–0  Kenichi Suzuki (JPN) 3–0 PO
 Jerzy Choromański (POL) 2–6  Tian Lei (CHN) 1–3 PP
 Tomas Johansson (SWE) 1–0  Matt Ghaffari (USA) 3–0 PO
 László Klauz (HUN) 1–0  Rangel Gerovski (BUL) 3–0 PO
Round 3
 Panagiotis Poikilidis (GRE) 0–2  Tomas Johansson (SWE) 0–3 PO
 Tian Lei (CHN) 1–2  László Klauz (HUN) 1–3 PP
Round 4
 Panagiotis Poikilidis (GRE) 1–2  László Klauz (HUN) 1–3 PP
 Tian Lei (CHN) 0–6  Tomas Johansson (SWE) 0–3 PO
Athlete L R CP TP TB
 Tomas Johansson (SWE) 1 9 9 0
 László Klauz (HUN) 1 9 5 0
 Tian Lei (CHN) 2 4 8 11
 Panagiotis Poikilidis (GRE) 2 4 7 5
 Jerzy Choromański (POL) 2 2 1 2
 Rangel Gerovski (BUL) 2 2 0 0
 Kenichi Suzuki (JPN) 2 2 0 0
 Matt Ghaffari (USA) 2 2 0 0

Finals[edit]

Score CP
9th place match
 Milan Radaković (IOP) 2–4  Jerzy Choromański (POL) 1–3 PP
7th place match
 Juha Ahokas (FIN) 1–0  Panagiotis Poikilidis (GRE) 3–0 PO
5th place match
 Andy Borodow (CAN) 12–0  Tian Lei (CHN) 3.5–0 SO
Bronze medal match
 Ioan Grigoraş (ROU) 1–0  László Klauz (HUN) 3–0 PO
Gold medal match
 Aleksandr Karelin (EUN) 6–0  Tomas Johansson (SWE) 4–0 TO

Final standing[edit]

Rank Athlete
1st, gold medalist(s)  Aleksandr Karelin (EUN)
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Tomas Johansson (SWE)
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Ioan Grigoraş (ROU)
4  László Klauz (HUN)
5  Andy Borodow (CAN)
6  Tian Lei (CHN)
7  Juha Ahokas (FIN)
8  Panagiotis Poikilidis (GRE)
9  Jerzy Choromański (POL)
10  Milan Radaković (IOP)

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