1990 European Wrestling Championships

The 1990 European Wrestling Championships were held in Poznan 1 – 8 May 1990.[1]

1990 European Wrestling Championships
Host cityPolandPoland, Poznan
Dates1 – 8 May 1990
Champions
Freestyle Soviet Union
Greco-Roman Soviet Union
← 1989
1991 →

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Soviet Union94316
2  West Germany2226
3  East Germany2204
4  Bulgaria1359
5  Romania1315
6  Turkey1034
7  France1012
8  Norway1001
  Sweden1001
  Yugoslavia1001
11  Hungary0325
12  Poland0224
13  Finland0101
14  Czechoslovakia0011
Totals (14 entries)20202060

Medal summaryEdit

Men's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Romica Rașovan
  Romania
Marian Avramov
  Bulgaria
Reiner Heugabel
  West Germany
52 kg Shaban Tërstena
  Yugoslavia
Vladimir Toguzov
  Soviet Union
Ivan Tsonov
  Bulgaria
57 kg Rumen Pavlov
  Bulgaria
Laszlo Miklosch
  West Germany
Ali Alisultanov
  Soviet Union
62 kg Ralf Lyding
  West Germany
Karsten Polky
  East Germany
Rosen Vasilev
  Bulgaria
68 kg Fevzi Şeker
  Turkey
Georg Schwabenland
  West Germany
Abdula Magomedov
  Soviet Union
74 kg Nasir Gadžihanov
  Soviet Union
Claudiu Tămăduianu
  Romania
Valentin Zhelev
  Bulgaria
82 kg Hans Gstöttner
  East Germany
Elmadi Zhabrailov
  Soviet Union
Sebahattin Öztürk
  Turkey
90 kg Vagab Kazibekov
  Soviet Union
Gábor Tóth
  Hungary
Kenan Şimşek
  Turkey
100 kg Aravat Sabeyev
  Soviet Union
Andrzej Radomski
  Poland
Mahmut Demir
  Turkey
130 kg Andreas Schröder
  East Germany
Kiril Barbutov
  Bulgaria
Andrey Shumilin
  Soviet Union

Men's Greco-RomanEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Sergey Suvorov
  Soviet Union
Iliuţă Dăscălescu
  Romania
József Faragó
  Hungary
52 kg Jon Rønningen
  Norway
Oleg Kutscherenko
  Soviet Union
Valentin Krumov
  Bulgaria
57 kg Patrice Mourier
  France
András Sike
  Hungary
Rıfat Yıldız
  West Germany
62 kg Guennadi Atmakin
  Soviet Union
Jenő Bódi
  Hungary
Ryszard Wolny
  Poland
68 kg Islam Dugushiev
  Soviet Union
Petrică Cărare
  Romania
Ghani Yalouz
  France
74 kg Torbjörn Kornbakk
  Sweden
Tuomo Karila
  Finland
Jaroslav Zeman
  Czechoslovakia
82 kg Thomas Zander
  West Germany
Sergey Nasevich
  Soviet Union
Todor Anguelov
  Bulgaria
90 kg Pavel Potapov
  Soviet Union
Marek Kraszewski
  Poland
Tibor Komáromi
  Hungary
100 kg Anatol Fedarenka
  Soviet Union
Maik Bullmann
  East Germany
Andrzej Wroński
  Poland
130 kg Alexandr Karelin
  Soviet Union
Rangel Gerovski
  Bulgaria
Ioan Grigoraș
  Romania

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "International Wrestling Database".

External linksEdit