Wrestling at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Men's Greco-Roman 52 kg

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Wrestling at the
1996 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 52 kg at the 1996 Summer Olympics as part of the wrestling program were held at the Georgia World Congress Center from July 21 to July 22.

The gold and silver medalists were determined by the final match of the main single-elimination bracket. The losers advanced to the repechage. These matches determined the bronze medalist for the event.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Armen Nazaryan
 Armenia
Silver Brandon Paulson
 United States
Bronze Andriy Kalashnykov
 Ukraine

Results[edit]

Round 1[edit]

Score
 Valentin Rebegea (ROU) 0–6 Fall  Dariusz Jabłoński (POL)
 Samvel Danielyan (RUS) 11–4  Shamseddin Khudoyberdiev (UZB)
 Pappu Yadav (IND) 0–10  Ha Tae-yeon (KOR)
 Andriy Kalashnykov (UKR) 0–10  Armen Nazaryan (ARM)
 Jon Rønningen (NOR) 0–5  Lázaro Rivas (CUB)
 Alfred Ter-Mkrtychyan (GER) 1–3  Khaled Al-Faraj (SYR)
 Yordan Anev (BUL) 11–0  Tiebiri Godswill (NGR)
 Ruslan Vartanov (LTU) 1–4  Nurym Dyusenov (KAZ)
 Ibad Akhmedov (BLR) 11–0  Ulises Valentin (DOM)
 Joël Basaldua (PER) 0–6 Fall  Brandon Paulson (USA)

Round 2[edit]

Score
Losers table
 Valentin Rebegea (ROU) 12–0 Fall  Shamseddin Khudoyberdiev (UZB)
 Pappu Yadav (IND) 0–11  Andriy Kalashnykov (UKR)
 Jon Rønningen (NOR) 0–9  Alfred Ter-Mkrtychyan (GER)
 Tiebiri Godswill (NGR) 0–4  Ruslan Vartanov (LTU)
 Ulises Valentin (DOM) 14–1 Fall  Joël Basaldua (PER)
Winners table
 Dariusz Jabłoński (POL) 0–8  Samvel Danielyan (RUS)
 Ha Tae-yeon (KOR) 2–12  Armen Nazaryan (ARM)
 Lázaro Rivas (CUB) 5–0  Khaled Al-Faraj (SYR)
 Yordan Anev (BUL) 9–6  Nurym Dyusenov (KAZ)
 Ibad Akhmedov (BLR) 1–6  Brandon Paulson (USA)

Round 3[edit]

Score
Losers table
 Valentin Rebegea (ROU) 1–3  Andriy Kalashnykov (UKR)
 Alfred Ter-Mkrtychyan (GER) 8–0  Ruslan Vartanov (LTU)
 Ulises Valentin (DOM) 0–3 Fall  Dariusz Jabłoński (POL)
 Ha Tae-yeon (KOR) 10–0  Khaled Al-Faraj (SYR)
 Nurym Dyusenov (KAZ) 5–4  Ibad Akhmedov (BLR)
Winners table (Quarterfinals)
 Samvel Danielyan (RUS) 0–3  Armen Nazaryan (ARM)
 Lázaro Rivas (CUB) Bye
 Yordan Anev (BUL) Bye
 Brandon Paulson (USA) Bye

Round 4[edit]

Score
Losers table
 Andriy Kalashnykov (UKR) 3–0 Fall  Alfred Ter-Mkrtychyan (GER)
 Dariusz Jabłoński (POL) 3–2  Ha Tae-yeon (KOR)
 Nurym Dyusenov (KAZ) 0–11  Samvel Danielyan (RUS)
Winners table (Semifinals)
 Armen Nazaryan (ARM) 7–1  Lázaro Rivas (CUB)
 Yordan Anev (BUL) 2–6  Brandon Paulson (USA)

Round 5[edit]

Score
Losers table
 Andriy Kalashnykov (UKR) 8–5  Dariusz Jabłoński (POL)
 Samvel Danielyan (RUS) Bye

Round 6[edit]

Score
Losers table
 Lázaro Rivas (CUB) 8–9  Samvel Danielyan (RUS)
 Andriy Kalashnykov (UKR) 5–0  Yordan Anev (BUL)

Finals[edit]

Score
7th place match
 Dariusz Jabłoński (POL) 2–3  Ha Tae-yeon (KOR)
5th place match
 Lázaro Rivas (CUB) 5–0  Yordan Anev (BUL)
Bronze medal match
 Samvel Danielyan (RUS) 1–4  Andriy Kalashnykov (UKR)
Gold medal match
 Armen Nazaryan (ARM) 5–1  Brandon Paulson (USA)

Final standing[edit]

Rank Athlete
1st, gold medalist(s)  Armen Nazaryan (ARM)
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Brandon Paulson (USA)
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Andriy Kalashnykov (UKR)
4  Samvel Danielyan (RUS)
5  Lázaro Rivas (CUB)
6  Yordan Anev (BUL)
7  Ha Tae-yeon (KOR)
8  Dariusz Jabłoński (POL)
9  Alfred Ter-Mkrtychyan (GER)
10  Nurym Dyusenov (KAZ)
11  Ibad Akhmedov (BLR)
12  Valentin Rebegea (ROU)
13  Ulises Valentin (DOM)
14  Ruslan Vartanov (LTU)
15  Khaled Al-Faraj (SYR)
16  Shamseddin Khudoyberdiev (UZB)
17  Pappu Yadav (IND)
17  Tiebiri Godswill (NGR)
17  Joël Basaldua (PER)
17  Jon Rønningen (NOR)

References[edit]