Shota CHOCHOSHVILI

Union soviétique SUN

Judo

  • Médailles
    1 O
    1 B
  • Participations
    2
  • Première participation
    Munich 1972
  • Année de naissance
    1950
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Biographie

Shota CHOCHOSHVILI

Shota Chochishvili was the first Soviet judoka to win an Olympic gold, losingonly one match to eventual silver medalist David Starbrook in the third round ofthe half-heavyweight class at the 1972 Munich Olympics. After his rather unexpected win, Chochishvili won three silvers in a row at the EuropeanChampionships, to which he later added a bronze in 1977. At the 1976 Olympics,Chochishvili was one of the main favourites for a gold medal in open class, buthe lost to eventual winner Haruki Uemura and had to settle for a bronze medal.In 1989, after retiring from judo, Chochishvili won a match against thelegendary professional wrestler Antonio Inoki in mixed martial arts. LaterShota Chochishvili worked as a judo coach and also served as the vice-presidentof the Georgian Olympic Committee and as the vice-president of the Georgian JudoFederation. His son Ramaz is also a judoka, who won a bronze medal at the 1996European Championships, representing Ukraine.

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Montréal 1976

B
Open Class
Open Class Judo
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Munich 1972

O
Half-Heavyweight (≤93 kilograms)
Half-Heavyweight (≤93 kilograms) Judo