1994 European Wrestling Championships

The 1994 European Wrestling Championships were held in the Greco-Romane in Athens 15 – 18 April 1994; the men's Freestyle style in Rome 8 – 11 April 1994.[1]

1994 European Wrestling Championships
Host cityGreece Greece, Athens Greco-Roman
Italy Italy, Rome Freestyle
Dates15 – 18 April 1994
8 – 11 April 1994
Champions
Freestyle Russia
Greco-Roman Russia
← 1993
1995 →

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia61411
2  Armenia3306
3  Turkey3216
4  Ukraine3058
5  Poland2002
6  Germany1236
7  Hungary1203
8  Azerbaijan1001
9  Belarus0415
10  Greece0213
11  Bulgaria0101
  France0101
  Israel0101
  Moldova0101
15  Italy0011
  Norway0011
  Romania0011
  Slovakia0011
  Sweden0011
Totals (19 nations)20202060

Medal summaryEdit

Men's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Armen Mkrtchyan
  Armenia
Reiner Heugabel
  Germany
Viktor Yefteni
  Ukraine
52 kg Namig Abdullayev
  Azerbaijan
Ivan Tsonov
  Bulgaria
Sergey Zambalov
  Russia
57 kg Anushavan Sahakyan
  Armenia
Bagavdin Umakhanov
  Russia
Aslanbek Fidarov
  Ukraine
62 kg Muharrem Demireğen
  Turkey
Araik Baghdadyan
  Armenia
Giovanni Schillaci
  Italy
68 kg Vadim Bogiev
  Russia
Arayik Gevorgyan
  Armenia
Roman Motrovich
  Ukraine
74 kg Nasir Gadžihanov
  Russia
Turan Ceylan
  Turkey
Alexander Leipold
  Germany
82 kg Rustem Kelejsayev
  Russia
Lukman Zhabrailov
  Moldova
Hans Gstöttner
  Germany
90 kg Soslan Fraev
  Russia
Vladimir Matyushenko
  Belarus
Jozef Lohyňa
  Slovakia
100 kg Marek Garmulewicz
  Poland
Heiko Balz
  Germany
Ali Kayalı
  Turkey
130 kg Mirabi Valiyev
  Ukraine
Mahmut Demir
  Turkey
Andrey Shumilin
  Russia

Men's Greco-RomanEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Zafar Guliev
  Russia
József Hamzók
  Hungary
Ioannis Agatzanian
  Greece
52 kg Armen Nazaryan
  Armenia
Farjat Magueramov
  Belarus
Alfred Ter-Mkrtchyan
  Germany
57 kg Şeref Eroğlu
  Turkey
Aristidis Rubenian
  Greece
Marian Sandu
  Romania
62 kg Hrihoriy Kamyshenko
  Ukraine
Aghasi Manukyan
  Armenia
Igor Petrenko
  Belarus
68 kg Attila Repka
  Hungary
Ghani Yalouz
  France
Islam Dugushiev
  Russia
74 kg Erol Koyuncu
  Turkey
Vladimir Kopytov
  Belarus
Torbjörn Kornbakk
  Sweden
82 kg Thomas Zander
  Germany
Gocha Tsitsiashvili
  Israel
Sergey Nasevich
  Russia
90 kg Vyacheslav Oliynyk
  Ukraine
Sergey Kirilchuk
  Belarus
Stig Kleven
  Norway
100 kg Andrzej Wroński
  Poland
Petros Triantafyllidis
  Greece
Georgiy Saldadze
  Ukraine
130 kg Aleksandr Karelin
  Russia
György Kékes
  Hungary
Petro Kotok
  Ukraine

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "European Championships". International Wrestling Database. Retrieved 6 September 2021.

External linksEdit