1976 European Judo Championships

The 1976 European Judo Championships were the 25th edition of the European Judo Championships, and were held in Kiev, Soviet Union on 9 May 1976. Championships were subdivided into six individual competitions, and a separate team competition.

1976 European Judo Championships
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Medal overviewEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
63 kg  József Tuncsik  Oleg Zurabiani  Michel Algisi
 Yves Delvingt
70 kg  Valery Dvoinikov  Dietmar Hötger  Marian Talaj
 Aristotel Spirov
80 kg  Jean-Paul Coche  Adam Adamczyk  Antoni Reiter
 Detlef Ultsch
93 kg  Tengiz Khubuluri  Robert Van De Walle  Arthur Schnabel
 Goran Zuvela
93+ kg  Sergey Novikov  Givi Onashvili  Momir Lucic
 Mihály Petrovszky
Open class  Avel Kazachenkov  Vladimir Novak  Radomir Kovacevic
 Dzhibilo Nizharadze

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Soviet Union (URS)4228
2  France (FRA)1023
3  Hungary (HUN)1012
4  Poland (POL)0123
5  East Germany (DDR)0112
6  Belgium (BEL)0101
  Czechoslovakia (TCH)0101
8  Yugoslavia (YUG)0033
9  West Germany (FRG)0011
Totals (9 entries)661224

Results overviewEdit

63 kgEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. József Tuncsik   Hungary
2. Oleg Zurabiani   Soviet Union
3. Michel Algisi   France
3. Yves Delvingt   France
5. Konstantin Alexander   Great Britain
5. Raymond Neenan   Great Britain

70 kgEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Valery Dvoinikov   Soviet Union
2. Dietmar Hoetger   East Germany
3. Marian Talaj   Poland
3. Aristotel Spirov   Soviet Union
5. Patrick Vial   France
5. Jiri Dolejs   Czechoslovakia

80 kgEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Jean-Paul Coche   France
2. Adam Adamczyk   Poland
3. Antoni Reiter   Poland
3. Detlef Ultsch   East Germany
5. Raimund Hargesheimer   West Germany
5. Mihalache Toma   Romania

93 kgEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Tengiz Khubuluri   Soviet Union
2. Robert Van De Walle   Belgium
3. Arthur Schnabel   West Germany
3. Goran Zuvela   Yugoslavia
5. Paul Radburn   Great Britain
5. Johan Schåltz   Sweden

93+ kgEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Sergey Novikov   Soviet Union
2. Givi Onashvili   Soviet Union
3. Momir Lucic   Yugoslavia
3. Mihály Petrovszky   Hungary
5. Markku Airio   Finland
5. Vladimir Novak   Czechoslovakia

Open classEdit

Position Judoka Country
1. Avel Kazachenkov   Soviet Union
2. Vladimir Novak   Czechoslovakia
3. Radomir Kovacevic   Yugoslavia
3. Dzhibilo Nizharadze   Soviet Union
5. Rainer Kohl   East Germany
5. Waldemar Zausz   Poland

TeamsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team   French team:

Yves Delvingt
Patrick Vial
Jean-Pierre Tripet
Jean-Paul Coche
Rémi Berthet

  Soviet team:

Gennady Ivshin
Valery Dvoinikov
Alexey Volosov
Ramaz Kharshiladze
Shota Chochishvili

  East German team:

Torsten Reissmann
Andre Gerdes
Detlef Ultsch
Rainer Kohl
Wolfgang Zueckschwerdt

ReferencesEdit