Shota LOMIDZE

Union soviétique SUN

  • Médailles
    1 A
  • Participations
    2
  • Première participation
    Tokyo 1964
  • Année de naissance
    1936
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Biographie

Shota LOMIDZE

Shota Lomidze, who competed in freestyle wrestling, took up the sport in 1956 and made his international début at the 1964 Olympics as a middleweight but, after a draw with eventual gold medal winner Prodan Gardzhev and a loss to silver medalist Hasan Güngör, Lomidze did not advance to the final rounds. After the Olympics, Lomidze switched to light-heavyweight and won Olympic silver in that category in 1968, in addition to 1967 World Championships silver, a 1966 European title and European silver in 1967. After the 1968 Olympics, Lomidze switched again to a heavier division and, then competing as heavyweight, won World titles in 1969 and 1971 and a European title in 1969. Domestically, Lomidze won four Soviet titles: in 1964 in middleweight and in 1965-67 as a light-heavyweight.

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Résultats Événement Sport

Mexico 1968

A
Light-Heavyweight, Freestyle (≤97 kilograms)
Light-Heavyweight, Freestyle (≤97 kilograms) Wrestling
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Résultats Événement Sport

Tokyo 1964

#AC
Middleweight, Freestyle (≤87 kilograms)
Middleweight, Freestyle (≤87 kilograms) Wrestling