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Wrestling at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Men's Greco-Roman 84 kg

The men's Greco-Roman 84 kg at the 2004 Summer Olympics as part of the wrestling program were held at the Ano Liossia Olympic Hall, August 24 to August 25.

Men's Greco-Roman 84 kg
at the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad
VenueAno Liossia Olympic Hall
Date24–25 August
Competitors20 from 20 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Aleksey Mishin  Russia
2nd, silver medalist(s) Ara Abrahamian  Sweden
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Viachaslau Makaranka  Belarus
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The competition held with an elimination system of three or four wrestlers in each pool, with the winners qualify for the quarterfinals, semifinals and final by way of direct elimination.

ScheduleEdit

All times are Eastern European Summer Time (UTC+03:00)

Date Time Event
24 August 2004 09:30 Round 1
09:30 Round 2
17:30 Round 3
17:30 Quarterfinals
25 August 2004 09:30 Semifinals
17:30 Finals

ResultsEdit

Legend
  • EF — Victory by forfeit, the loser is not classified
  • E2 — Both wrestlers are disqualified for violation of the rules
  • EV — Disqualification from all competition for violation of the rules
  • EX — 3 cautions or violation of the rules
  • PA — Injury default
  • PO — Victory by points, the loser without technical points
  • PP — Victory by points, the loser with technical points
  • SP — Technical superiority, 10 points difference, the loser with points
  • ST — Technical superiority, 10 points difference, the loser without points
  • TO — Victory by fall
  • CP — Classification points
  • TP — Technical points

Elimination poolsEdit

Pool 1Edit

Athlete Pld W L CP TP
  Viachaslau Makaranka (BLR) 2 2 0 7 6
  Levon Geghamyan (ARM) 2 1 1 4 11
  Andrea Minguzzi (ITA) 2 0 2 0 0
Score CP
  Levon Geghamyan (ARM) 0–3   Viachaslau Makaranka (BLR) 0–3 PO
  Andrea Minguzzi (ITA) 0–11   Levon Geghamyan (ARM) 0–4 ST
  Viachaslau Makaranka (BLR) 3–0   Andrea Minguzzi (ITA) 4–0 TO

Pool 2Edit

Athlete Pld W L CP TP
  Mohamed Abdelfatah (EGY) 2 2 0 6 7
  Brad Vering (USA) 2 1 1 4 0
  Mukhran Vakhtangadze (GEO) 2 0 2 0 0
Score CP
  Mohamed Abdelfatah (EGY) 3–0   Mukhran Vakhtangadze (GEO) 3–0 PO
  Brad Vering (USA) 0–4   Mohamed Abdelfatah (EGY) 0–3 PO
  Mukhran Vakhtangadze (GEO)   Brad Vering (USA) 0–4 PA

Pool 3Edit

Athlete Pld W L CP TP
  Dimitrios Avramis (GRE) 2 2 0 6 8
  Behrouz Jamshidi (IRI) 2 1 1 4 4
  Fritz Aanes (NOR) 2 0 2 1 1
Score CP
  Dimitrios Avramis (GRE) 5–1   Fritz Aanes (NOR) 3–1 PP
  Behrouz Jamshidi (IRI) 1–3   Dimitrios Avramis (GRE) 1–3 PP
  Fritz Aanes (NOR) 0–3   Behrouz Jamshidi (IRI) 0–3 PO

Pool 4Edit

Athlete Pld W L CP TP
  Aleksey Mishin (RUS) 2 2 0 6 6
  Gocha Tsitsiashvili (ISR) 2 1 1 3 3
  Mélonin Noumonvi (FRA) 2 0 2 1 1
Score CP
  Gocha Tsitsiashvili (ISR) 3–1   Mélonin Noumonvi (FRA) 3–1 PP
  Aleksey Mishin (RUS) 3–0   Gocha Tsitsiashvili (ISR) 3–0 PO
  Mélonin Noumonvi (FRA) 0–3   Aleksey Mishin (RUS) 0–3 PO

Pool 5Edit

Athlete Pld W L CP TP
  Hamza Yerlikaya (TUR) 3 3 0 10 12
  Oleksandr Daragan (UKR) 3 2 1 8 6
  Vladislav Metodiev (BUL) 3 1 2 3 5
  Tarvi Thomberg (EST) 3 0 3 0 0
Score CP
  Hamza Yerlikaya (TUR) 4–1   Oleksandr Daragan (UKR) 3–1 PP
  Vladislav Metodiev (BUL) 3–0   Tarvi Thomberg (EST) 3–0 PO
  Hamza Yerlikaya (TUR) 5–2   Vladislav Metodiev (BUL) 4–0 PA
  Oleksandr Daragan (UKR) 5–0   Tarvi Thomberg (EST) 3–0 PO
  Hamza Yerlikaya (TUR) 3–0   Tarvi Thomberg (EST) 3–0 PO
  Oleksandr Daragan (UKR)   Vladislav Metodiev (BUL) 4–0 PA

Pool 6Edit

Athlete Pld W L CP TP
  Ara Abrahamian (SWE) 3 3 0 9 13
  Shingo Matsumoto (JPN) 3 2 1 6 10
  Attila Bátky (SVK) 3 1 2 4 4
  Janarbek Kenjeev (KGZ) 3 0 3 3 4
Score CP
  Attila Bátky (SVK) 3–1   Janarbek Kenjeev (KGZ) 3–1 PP
  Ara Abrahamian (SWE) 5–0   Shingo Matsumoto (JPN) 3–0 PO
  Attila Bátky (SVK) 0–4   Ara Abrahamian (SWE) 0–3 PO
  Janarbek Kenjeev (KGZ) 1–7   Shingo Matsumoto (JPN) 1–3 PP
  Attila Bátky (SVK) 1–3   Shingo Matsumoto (JPN) 1–3 PP
  Janarbek Kenjeev (KGZ) 2–4   Ara Abrahamian (SWE) 1–3 PP

Knockout roundEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Gold medal match
  Viachaslau Makaranka (BLR) 2  
  Mohamed Abdelfatah (EGY) 0       Viachaslau Makaranka (BLR) 0  
  Dimitrios Avramis (GRE) 2       Aleksey Mishin (RUS) 6  
  Aleksey Mishin (RUS) 5         Aleksey Mishin (RUS) 1
            Ara Abrahamian (SWE) 1
          Hamza Yerlikaya (TUR) 0
          Ara Abrahamian (SWE) 3     Bronze medal match
     
  Viachaslau Makaranka (BLR) 2
  Hamza Yerlikaya (TUR) 1
5th place match
  Mohamed Abdelfatah (EGY) EV
  Dimitrios Avramis (GRE)  

ControversyEdit

Pelle Svensson, a former two-time world champion (Greco-Roman 100 kg class) and member of board of FILA from 1990 to 2007, has described FILA as an inherently corrupt organization.[1] During the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Svensson served as chairman of the disciplinary committee of FILA.[1] As he was watching the final in the men's Greco-Roman wrestling 84 kg class between Alexei Mishin from Russia and Ara Abrahamian from Sweden, Svensson witnessed how the Russian team leader Mikhail Mamiashvili was giving signs to the referee.[1] When Svensson approached him and informed him that this was not allowed according to the rules, Mamiashvili responded by saying: "you should know that this may lead to your death".[1] Svensson later found proof that the Romanian referee was bribed (according to Svensson the referee had received over one million Swedish krona).[1]

Final standingEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e Sjöberg, Daniel (2008-08-14). "Pelle Svensson: Jag blev mordhotad" (in Swedish). Aftonbladet. Retrieved 2008-08-17.