Wrestling at the 1998 Asian Games – Men's Greco-Roman 69 kg

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Men's Greco-Roman 69 kg
at the 1998 Asian Games
Venue Thammasat Gymnasium 1
Dates 13 December 1998 (1998-12-13) – 14 December 1998 (1998-12-14)
Competitors 10 from 10 nations
gold medal     South Korea
silver medal     Kazakhstan
bronze medal     Uzbekistan
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The men's Greco-Roman 69 kg wrestling competition at the 1998 Asian Games in Bangkok was held on 13 December and 14 December at the Thammasat Gymnasium 1.

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.


All times are Indochina Time (UTC+07:00)

Date Time Event
Sunday, 13 December 1998 09:00 Round 1
09:00 Round 2
Monday, 14 December 1998 09:00 Round 3
09:00 Round 4
16:00 Finals



Round 1[edit]

 Auaz Ordobaev (KGZ) 2–8  Son Sang-pil (KOR)
 Katsuhiko Nagata (JPN) 10–0  Apisit Buain (THA)
 Jong Kon-i (PRK) 0–10  Grigori Pulyaev (UZB)
 Mkhitar Manukyan (KAZ) 10–0  Wu Cheng-hsun (TPE)
 Gholam Hossein Pezeshki (IRI) 5–0  Yaser Al-Saleh (SYR)

Round 2[edit]

Losers table
 Auaz Ordobaev (KGZ) 14–0  Apisit Buain (THA)
 Jong Kon-i (PRK) 12–5  Wu Cheng-hsun (TPE)
 Yaser Al-Saleh (SYR) Bye
Winners table (Quarterfinals)
 Son Sang-pil (KOR) 3–1  Katsuhiko Nagata (JPN)
 Grigori Pulyaev (UZB) Bye
 Mkhitar Manukyan (KAZ) Bye
 Gholam Hossein Pezeshki (IRI) Bye

Round 3[edit]

Losers table
 Yaser Al-Saleh (SYR) 0–10  Auaz Ordobaev (KGZ)
 Jong Kon-i (PRK) 5–4  Katsuhiko Nagata (JPN)
Winners table (Semifinals)
 Son Sang-pil (KOR) 6–0  Grigori Pulyaev (UZB)
 Mkhitar Manukyan (KAZ) 10–0  Gholam Hossein Pezeshki (IRI)

Round 4[edit]

Losers table
 Grigori Pulyaev (UZB) 14–1  Auaz Ordobaev (KGZ)
 Jong Kon-i (PRK) 3–2  Gholam Hossein Pezeshki (IRI)


Bronze medal match
 Grigori Pulyaev (UZB) WO  Jong Kon-i (PRK)
Gold medal match
 Son Sang-pil (KOR) 1–0  Mkhitar Manukyan (KAZ)

Final standing[edit]

Rank Athlete
1st, gold medalist(s)  Son Sang-pil (KOR)
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Mkhitar Manukyan (KAZ)
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Grigori Pulyaev (UZB)
4  Jong Kon-i (PRK)
5  Auaz Ordobaev (KGZ)
6  Gholam Hossein Pezeshki (IRI)
7  Katsuhiko Nagata (JPN)
8  Wu Cheng-hsun (TPE)
9  Yaser Al-Saleh (SYR)
9  Apisit Buain (THA)