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Wrestling at the 1924 Paris Summer Games:

Men's Featherweight, Greco-Roman

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Host City: Paris, France
Venue(s): Winter Velodrome, Paris
Date Started: July 6, 1924
Date Finished: July 10, 1924
Format: Double-elimination tournament.

Gold: FIN Kalle Anttila
Silver: FIN Aleksanteri Toivola
Bronze: SWE Erik Malmberg


Finland’s [Kalle Anttila] was a big favorite in this class. At Antwerp he had won a gold medal in freestyle wrestling, but he was Greco-Roman featherweight World Champion in both 1921 and 1922. In round six he faced Sweden’s [Fritiof Svensson], 1922 World Champion as a bantamweight who had moved up in class, but Anttila won by fall in 10:45. The gold medal match came to Anttila against his teammate, [Aleksanteri Toivola], who had previously lost to Svensson. Anttila won by decision for the gold medal with Toivola earning a silver. The bronze went to Sweden’s [Erik Malmberg], who improved in 1928 to a silver medal in this class, and then moved up to lightweight and won a gold medal at the 1932 Olympics.

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Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal
1 Kalle Anttila 36 Finland FIN Gold
2 Aleksanteri Toivola 31 Finland FIN Silver
3 Erik Malmberg 27 Sweden SWE Bronze
4 Arthur Nord 26 Norway NOR
5 Fritiof Svensson 27 Sweden SWE
6T Ödön Radvány 35 Hungary HUN
6T Marcel Capron 24 France FRA
8T Voldemar Väli 21 Estonia EST
8T Katsutoshi Naito 29 Japan JPN
8T Aage Torgensen 24 Denmark DEN
8T Osvald Käpp 19 Estonia EST
8T Martin Egeberg 27 Norway NOR
13T František Řezáč Czechoslovakia TCH
13T Édouard Rottiers Belgium BEL
13T Karl Mezulian Austria AUT
13T Peter Eriksen 30 Denmark DEN
13T František Dyršmíd Czechoslovakia TCH
18T Hilaire Fettes 26 Luxembourg LUX
18T Jordán Vallmajo 29 Spain ESP
18T Domingo Sánchez 25 Spain ESP
18T Lucien Bottin Belgium BEL
18T Enrico Porro 39 Italy ITA
18T Jānis Rudzītis Latvia LAT
18T Gerolamo Quaglia 22 Italy ITA
18T René Rottenfluc 23 France FRA
18T Jenő Németh Hungary HUN
27 Josef Pencik Austria AUT