1986 World Wrestling Championships

The 1986 World Wrestling Championships were held in Budapest, Hungary.

1986 World Championships
Host cityHungary Budapest, Hungary
Dates19–26 October
Champions
Freestyle Soviet Union
Greco-Roman Soviet Union

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Soviet Union114217
2  Hungary2114
3  Poland2103
4  North Korea2002
5  Bulgaria14510
6  United States1337
7  Cuba1012
  Sweden1012
9  East Germany0213
10  Japan0112
  Romania0112
12  Finland0101
  Norway0101
14  Czechoslovakia0022
15  Greece0011
  Mongolia0011
  West Germany0011
Totals (17 nations)21192161

Team rankingEdit

Rank Men's freestyle Men's Greco-Roman
Team Points Team Points
1   Soviet Union 51   Soviet Union 46
2   United States 34   Bulgaria 30
3   Bulgaria 25   Poland 20.5
4   Cuba 15   Hungary 20.5
5   East Germany 14   Romania 15
6   North Korea 12   Sweden 11.5

Medal summaryEdit

Men's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Ri Jae-sik
  North Korea
László Bíró
  Hungary
Mikhail Kushnir
  Soviet Union
52 kg Kim Yong-sik
  North Korea
Mitsuru Sato
  Japan
Valentin Yordanov
  Bulgaria
57 kg Sergey Beloglazov
  Soviet Union
Georgi Kalchev
  Bulgaria
Barry Davis
  United States
62 kg Khazar Isayev
  Soviet Union
Joe McFarland
  United States
Avirmediin Enkhee
  Mongolia
68 kg Arsen Fadzayev
  Soviet Union
Andre Metzger
  United States
Simeon Shterev
  Bulgaria
74 kg Raúl Cascaret
  Cuba
Adlan Varayev
  Soviet Union
Dave Schultz
  United States
82 kg Vladimir Modosyan
  Soviet Union
Aleksandar Nanev
  Bulgaria
Jozef Lohyňa
  Czechoslovakia
90 kg Makharbek Khadartsev
  Soviet Union
Torsten Wagner
  East Germany
Jim Scherr
  United States
100 kg Aslan Khadartsev
  Soviet Union
Bill Scherr
  United States
Georgi Yanchev
  Bulgaria
130 kg Bruce Baumgartner
  United States
David Gobejishvili
  Soviet Union
Andreas Schröder
  East Germany

Men's Greco-RomanEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Mahaddin Allahverdiyev
  Soviet Union
Bratan Tsenov
  Bulgaria
Reinaldo Jiménez
  Cuba
52 kg Sergey Djudjayev
  Soviet Union
Jon Rønningen
  Norway
Atsuji Miyahara
  Japan
57 kg Emil Ivanov
  Bulgaria
Timerzyan Kalimulin
  Soviet Union
Charalambos Cholidis
  Greece
62 kg Kamandar Madzhidov
  Soviet Union
Bogusław Kłozik
  Poland
Zhivko Vangelov
  Bulgaria
68 kg Levon Julfalakyan
  Soviet Union
Tapio Sipilä
  Finland
Claudio Passarelli
  West Germany
74 kg Mikhail Mamiashvili
  Soviet Union
Mirko Jahn
  East Germany
Dobri Ivanov
  Bulgaria
82 kg Tibor Komáromi
  Hungary
Shared gold Sorin Herțea
  Romania
Bogdan Daras
  Poland
Magnus Fredriksson
  Sweden
90 kg Andrzej Malina
  Poland
Atanas Komchev
  Bulgaria
Jindřich Durčák
  Czechoslovakia
100 kg Tamás Gáspár
  Hungary
Vasile Andrei
  Romania
Anatoly Fedorenko
  Soviet Union
130 kg Tomas Johansson
  Sweden
Vladimir Grigoriev
  Soviet Union
László Klauz
  Hungary

ReferencesEdit