1981 European Wrestling Championships

The 1981 European Wrestling Championships were held in the men's Freestyle style in Lodz Poland 23 – 26 April 1981; the Greco-Romane style in Gothenburg Sweden 8 – 11 April 1981.[1][2]

1981 European Wrestling Championships
Host city Poland, Lodz(Freestyle)
 Sweden Gothenburg(Greco-Roman)
Dates23 – 26 April 1981
8 – 11 April 1981
Champions
Freestyle Bulgaria
Greco-Roman Bulgaria
← 1980
1982 →

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Soviet Union85417
2  Bulgaria54413
3  East Germany2136
4  Poland1348
5  Hungary1304
6  Sweden1113
  West Germany1113
8  Romania1102
9  Italy0101
10  Finland0011
  Greece0011
  Turkey0011
Totals (12 nations)20202060

Medal summaryEdit

Men's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Ali Mejmedov
  Bulgaria
Claudio Pollio
  Italy
Roman Dmitriev
  Soviet Union
52 kg Hartmut Reich
  East Germany
Lajos Szabó
  Hungary
Valentin Yordanov
  Bulgaria
57 kg Stefan Ivanov
  Bulgaria
Bernd Bobrich
  East Germany
Andrei Yartsev
  Soviet Union
62 kg Buzai Ibraguimov
  Soviet Union
Marian Skubacz
  Poland
Simeon Shterev Sr.
  Bulgaria
68 kg Miho Dukov
  Bulgaria
Mikhail Jarachura
  Soviet Union
Eberhard Probst
  East Germany
74 kg Elbrus Koroyev
  Soviet Union
Valentin Raychev
  Bulgaria
Martin Knosp
  West Germany
82 kg Oleg Kaloyev
  Soviet Union
Efraim Kamberov
  Bulgaria
Peter Syring
  East Germany
90 kg Uwe Neupert
  East Germany
Gheorghe Broșteanu
  Romania
Viktor Batnia
  Soviet Union
100 kg Magomed Magomedov
  Soviet Union
Tomasz Busse
  Poland
Roland Gehrke
  East Germany
+100 kg Salman Jasimikov
  Soviet Union
József Balla
  Hungary
Adam Sandurski
  Poland

Men's Greco-RomanEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Totio Andonov
  Bulgaria
Viktor Savchuk
  Soviet Union
Salih Bora
  Turkey
52 kg Benur Pashayan
  Soviet Union
Lajos Rácz
  Hungary
Liubomir Tsekov
  Bulgaria
57 kg Pasquale Passarelli
  West Germany
Benni Ljungbeck
  Sweden
Piotr Michalik
  Poland
62 kg Ryszard Świerad
  Poland
Panayot Kirov
  Bulgaria
Farhat Mustafin
  Soviet Union
68 kg Ștefan Rusu
  Romania
Erich Klaus
  West Germany
Tapio Sipilä
  Finland
74 kg Ferenc Kocsis
  Hungary
Vladimir Galkin
  Soviet Union
Andrzej Supron
  Poland
82 kg Gennady Korban
  Soviet Union
Jan Dołgowicz
  Poland
Pavel Pavlov
  Bulgaria
90 kg Frank Andersson
  Sweden
Alxandr Dubrovski
  Soviet Union
Yeoryos Pozidis
  Greece
100 kg Nikolai Inkov
  Soviet Union
Andrey Dimitrov
  Bulgaria
Christer Gulldén
  Sweden
+100 kg Rangel Gerovski
  Bulgaria
Yevgueni Artiujin
  Soviet Union
Henryk Tomanek
  Poland

RefecencesEdit

  1. ^ "International Wrestling Database".
  2. ^ "Athletes & Results".

External linksEdit