Judo at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men's 71 kg

The men's 71 kg competition in judo at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles was held on 6 August at the California State University. The gold medal was won by Ahn Byeong-keun of South Korea.[1]

Men's 71 kg
at the Games of the XXIII Olympiad
VenueCalifornia State University, Los Angeles
Date6 August
Competitors31 from 31 nations
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Ahn Byeong-keun  South Korea
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Ezio Gamba  Italy
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Kerrith Brown  Great Britain
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Luis Onmura  Brazil
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ResultsEdit

Pool AEdit

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinal Semifinal
  Glenn Beauchamp (CAN) WO
  Luis Chirinos (HON) DNS   Glenn Beauchamp (CAN) W
  Tan Chin Kee (HKG) E   Yi Dexin (CHN) E
  Yi Dexin (CHN) W   Glenn Beauchamp (CAN) R
  Shaun O'Leary (NZL) E   Ezio Gamba (ITA) W
  Johannes Wohlwend (LIE) W   Johannes Wohlwend (LIE) R
  Ezio Gamba (ITA) W   Ezio Gamba (ITA) W
  Serge Dyot (FRA) R   Ezio Gamba (ITA) W
  Rony Khawam (LIB) E   Luis Onmura (BRA) R
  Hassan Ben Gamra (TUN) W   Hassan Ben Gamra (TUN) E
  Yousry Zagloul (EGY) E   Luis Onmura (BRA) W
  Luis Onmura (BRA) W   Luis Onmura (BRA) W
  Frank Evensen (NOR) E   Mike Swain (USA) E
  Mike Swain (USA) W   Mike Swain (USA) W
  Jean Claude N'Guessan (CIV) E   Yousuf Al-Hammad (KUW) E
  Yousuf Al-Hammad (KUW) W

Pool BEdit

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinal Semifinal
  Liaw Der-cheng (TPE) YUK
  Michael Young (AUS) E   Liaw Der-cheng (TPE) YUK
  Joaquín Ruiz (ESP) WIP   Joaquín Ruiz (ESP) E
  Alvaro Sanabria (CRC) E   Liaw Der-cheng (TPE) E
  Antti Hyvärinen (FIN) E   Kerrith Brown (GBR) KOK
  Steffen Stranz (FRG) IPO   Steffen Stranz (FRG) E
  Kerrith Brown (GBR) YUS   Kerrith Brown (GBR) IPO
  Vojo Vujevic (YUG) E   Kerrith Brown (GBR) R
  Ibrahima Diallo (SEN) E   Ahn Byeong-keun (KOR) HAN
  Hidetoshi Nakanishi (JPN) HAN   Hidetoshi Nakanishi (JPN) WAZ
  Hugo d'Assunção (POR) E   Federico Vizcarra (MEX) E
  Federico Vizcarra (MEX) WAZ   Hidetoshi Nakanishi (JPN) R
  Alick Kalwihzi (ZAM) E   Ahn Byeong-keun (KOR) YUK
  Juan Vargas (USA) IPO   Juan Vargas (USA) R
  Kieran Foley (IRL) R   Ahn Byeong-keun (KOR) WIP
  Ahn Byeong-keun (KOR) IPO

RepechagesEdit

Repechage Repechage semifinal Repechage final
  Serge Dyot (FRA) YUK
  Johannes Wohlwend (LIE) E   Serge Dyot (FRA) E
  Glenn Beauchamp (CAN) YUS
  Glenn Beauchamp (CAN) E
  Luis Onmura (BRA) KOK  
Repechage Repechage semifinal Repechage final
  Kieran Foley (IRL) IPO
  Juan Vargas (ESA) E   Kieran Foley (IRL) E
  Hidetoshi Nakanishi (JPN) YUK
  Hidetoshi Nakanishi (JPN) E
  Kerrith Brown (GBR) KOK  

FinalEdit

 
Final
 
  
 
 
 
 
  Ezio Gamba (ITA)  
 
 
  Ahn Byeong-keun (KOR) KOK  
 

Final classificationEdit

Rank Judoka Nation
  Ahn Byeong-keun   South Korea
  Ezio Gamba   Italy
  Kerrith Brown   Great Britain
  Luis Onmura   Brazil
5T Glenn Beauchamp   Canada
5T Hidetoshi Nakanishi   Japan
7T Kieran Foley   Ireland
7T Serge Dyot   France
9T Johannes Wohlwend   Liechtenstein
9T Juan Vargas   El Salvador
11T Mike Swain   United States
11T Liaw Der-cheng   Chinese Taipei
13T Yi Dexin   China
13T Federico Vizcarra   Mexico
13T Hassan Ben Gamra   Tunisia
13T Yousuf Al-Hammad   Kuwait
13T Joaquín Ruiz   Spain
13T Steffen Stranz   West Germany
19T Tan Chin Kee   Hong Kong
19T Shaun O'Leary   New Zealand
19T Jean Claude N'Guessan   Ivory Coast
19T Rony Khawam   Lebanon
19T Yousry Zagloul   Egypt
19T Frank Evensen   Norway
19T Michael Young   Australia
19T Alvaro Sanabria   Costa Rica
19T Antti Hyvärinen   Finland
19T Vojo Vujevic   Yugoslavia
19T Ibrahima Diallo   Senegal
19T Hugo d'Assunção   Portugal
19T Alick Kalwihzi   Zambia

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Judo at the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Games: Men's Lightweight". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 18 April 2020. Retrieved 20 May 2018.