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Amiran T'ot'ik'ashvili

Full name: Amiran T'ot'ik'ashvili
Original name: ამირან ტოტიკაშვილი
Other name(s): Amiran Totikashvili, Амиран Тотикашвили
Gender: Male
Height: 5-2.5 (160 cm)
Weight: 132 lbs (60 kg)
Born: July 21, 1969 in Martkopi, Kvemo Kartli, Georgia
Country: URS Soviet Union
Sport: Judo

Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)


Georgian Amiran T'ot'ik'ashvili was one of the best extra-lightweight judokas in the world during the late 1980s, but decided to retire from competition after the fall of the Soviet Union when he was only 22-years-old. During his brief career, T'ot'ik'ashvili won the 1988 Olympic bronze, was World champion in 1989, and was twice European champion (1988-89). He also won bronze at the 1990 European Championships and golds at the 1989 Universiade and 1990 Goodwill Games, and was Soviet extra-lightweight champion in 1988-89. After finishing his sporting career, T'ot'ik'ashvili worked as a judo coach in his native Georgia and was head coach of the Georgian national judo team from 2009-2010.


Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1988 Summer 19 Seoul Judo Men's Extra-Lightweight Soviet Union URS 3T Bronze

Men's Extra-Lightweight

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result
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