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Brad Rheingans

Full name: Bradley Bert "Brad" Rheingans
Gender: Male
Height: 5'10" (178 cm)
Weight: 220 lbs (100 kg)
Born: December 13, 1953 in Appleton, Minnesota, United States
Affiliations: Minnesota Wrestling Club, (USA)
Country: USA United States
Sport: Wrestling

Biography

Brad Rheingans competed for North Dakota State University, winning the NCAA title in 1975. He won a gold medal in the 100 kg class at the 1975 Pan-American Games, and a bronze medal at the 1979 World Championships, after placing fourth in 1978. He also qualified for the 1980 Olympic team which did not compete. After 1980, Rheingans turned to professional wrestling, competing for the American Wrestling Association until that group folded in 1991. He also competed in WWF and Japan. Rheingans later became a coach of both amateur and professional wrestlers.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1976 Summer 22 Montréal Wrestling Men's Heavyweight, Greco-Roman United States USA 4

Men's Heavyweight, Greco-Roman

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result BP MR
1976 Summer 22 Montréal Wrestling United States USA Final Standings 4 1976-07-20
1976 Summer 22 Montréal Wrestling United States USA Round Four 4 1976-07-23 6,0
1976 Summer 22 Montréal Wrestling United States USA Round Four Match #2 2 1976-07-23 Balboshin (URS) fall (3:58), Rheingans (USA) 4,0
1976 Summer 22 Montréal Wrestling United States USA Round Three 2 1976-07-22 2,0
1976 Summer 22 Montréal Wrestling United States USA Round Three Match #2 1 1976-07-22 Rheingans (USA) decision (9-7), Skrzydlewski (POL) 1,0
1976 Summer 22 Montréal Wrestling United States USA Round Two 3 1976-07-21 1,0
1976 Summer 22 Montréal Wrestling United States USA Round Two Match #2 1 1976-07-21 Rheingans (USA) fall (0:34), Moshtaghi (IRI) 0,0
1976 Summer 22 Montréal Wrestling United States USA Round One 7 1976-07-20 1,0
1976 Summer 22 Montréal Wrestling United States USA Round One Match #2 1 1976-07-20 Rheingans (USA) decision (4-3), Hem (NOR) 1,0