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Wrestling at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Women's freestyle 55 kg

 

Wrestling at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Women's freestyle 55 kg

Women's freestyle 55 kg
at the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad
Venue Ano Liossia Olympic Hall
Date 22–23 August
Competitors 12 from 12 nations
Medalists
Gold medal    Japan
Silver medal    Canada
Bronze medal    France
Wrestling at the
2004 Summer Olympics

Freestyle Greco-Roman
  55 kg     55 kg  
  60 kg     60 kg  
  66 kg     66 kg  
  74 kg     74 kg  
  84 kg     84 kg  
  96 kg     96 kg  
  120 kg     120 kg  
Women
  48 kg     63 kg  
  55 kg     72 kg  

The women's freestyle 55 kg at the 2004 Summer Olympics as part of the wrestling program were held at the Ano Liossia Olympic Hall, August 22 to August 23.

The competition held with an elimination system of three or four wrestlers in each pool, with the winners qualify for the semifinals and final by way of direct elimination.

Contents

  • Schedule 1
  • Results 2
    • Elimination pools 2.1
      • Pool 1 2.1.1
      • Pool 2 2.1.2
      • Pool 3 2.1.3
      • Pool 4 2.1.4
    • Knockout round 2.2
  • Final standing 3
  • References 4

Schedule

All times are Eastern European Summer Time (UTC+03:00)
Date Time Event
22 August 2004 09:30 Round 1
17:30 Round 2
17:30 Round 3
23 August 2004 09:30 Semifinals
17:30 Finals

Results

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 pools

Pool 1

Athlete Pld W L CP TP
 Tonya Verbeek (CAN) 2 2 0 8 24
 Tela O'Donnell (USA) 2 1 1 5 3
 Olga Smirnova (RUS) 2 0 2 1 8
Score CP
 Tela O'Donnell (USA) 2–5  Olga Smirnova (RUS) 4–0 TO
 Tonya Verbeek (CAN) 11–1  Tela O'Donnell (USA) 4–1 SP
 Olga Smirnova (RUS) 3–13  Tonya Verbeek (CAN) 1–4 SP

Pool 2

Athlete Pld W L CP TP
 Ida-Theres Karlsson (SWE) 2 1 1 5 6
 Mabel Fonseca (PUR) 2 1 1 4 4
 Tetyana Lazareva (UKR) 2 1 1 3 4
Score CP
 Tetyana Lazareva (UKR) 4–2  Ida-Theres Karlsson (SWE) 3–1 PP
 Mabel Fonseca (PUR) 4–0  Tetyana Lazareva (UKR) 4–0 TO
 Ida-Theres Karlsson (SWE) 4–0  Mabel Fonseca (PUR) 4–0 TO

Pool 3

Athlete Pld W L CP TP
 Saori Yoshida (JPN) 2 2 0 8 21
 Sun Dongmei (CHN) 2 1 1 3 4
 Diletta Giampiccolo (ITA) 2 0 2 1 2
Score CP
 Sun Dongmei (CHN) 4–2  Diletta Giampiccolo (ITA) 3–1 PP
 Saori Yoshida (JPN) 11–0  Sun Dongmei (CHN) 4–0 ST
 Diletta Giampiccolo (ITA) 0–10  Saori Yoshida (JPN) 0–4 ST

Pool 4

Athlete Pld W L CP TP
 Anna Gomis (FRA) 2 2 0 7 15
 Lee Na-lae (KOR) 2 1 1 5 5
 Sofia Poumpouridou (GRE) 2 0 2 0 2
Score CP
 Anna Gomis (FRA) 5–2  Lee Na-lae (KOR) 3–1 PP
 Sofia Poumpouridou (GRE) 0–10  Anna Gomis (FRA) 0–4 ST
 Lee Na-lae (KOR) 3–2  Sofia Poumpouridou (GRE) 4–0 TO

Knockout round

Qualification 5–6 5th place match
  Tela O'Donnell (USA) 7  
  Mabel Fonseca (PUR) 10       Mabel Fonseca (PUR) 8
  Sun Dongmei (CHN) 4       Sun Dongmei (CHN) 6
  Lee Na-lae (KOR) 3  
Semifinals Gold medal match
  Tonya Verbeek (CAN) 3  
  Ida-Theres Karlsson (SWE) 1       Tonya Verbeek (CAN) 0
  Saori Yoshida (JPN) 7       Saori Yoshida (JPN) 6
  Anna Gomis (FRA) 6  
Bronze medal match
  Ida-Theres Karlsson (SWE) 0
  Anna Gomis (FRA) 6

Final standing

Rank Athlete
1st  Saori Yoshida (JPN)
2nd  Tonya Verbeek (CAN)
3rd  Anna Gomis (FRA)
4  Ida-Theres Karlsson (SWE)
5  Sun Dongmei (CHN)
6  Tela O'Donnell (USA)
7  Lee Na-lae (KOR)
8  Tetyana Lazareva (UKR)
9  Olga Smirnova (RUS)
10  Diletta Giampiccolo (ITA)
11  Sofia Poumpouridou (GRE)
DQ  Mabel Fonseca (PUR)
  • Mabel Fonseca of Puerto Rico originally placed 5th, but was disqualified after she tested positive for Stanozolol.[1]

References

  1. ^
  • Official Report
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