[Gold]Lee Won Hee, South Korea
[Silver]Vitali Makarov, Russia
[Bronze]Daniel Fernandes, France
[Bronze]Jimmy Pedro, U.S.
In their only match Pedro defeated Lee at the 2003 Korean Open.
81 kg (178 lbs.)
[Gold]Sergei Aschwanden, Switzerland
[Silver]Alexei Budolin, Estonia
[Bronze]Ilias Iliadis, Greece
[Bronze]Florian Wanner, Germany
Sergei's Kenyan mom chose the Russian name, though he has no Russian blood.
90 kg (198 lbs.)
[Gold]Zurab Zviadauri, Georgia
[Silver]Carlos Honorato, Brazil
[Bronze]Hwang Hee Tee, South Korea
[Bronze]Mark Huizinga, Netherlands
Sydney champ Huizinga is an officer in the Royal Dutch Air Force.
100 kg (220 lbs.)
[Gold]Kosei Inoue, Japan
[Silver]Ihar Makarau, Belarus
[Bronze]Mario Sabino Junior, Brazil
[Bronze]Ghislain Lemaire, France
Here's a superstition: Inoue cleans his room before every tournament.
100+ kg (220+ lbs.)
[Gold]Dennis van der Geest, Netherlands
[Silver]Keiji Suzuki, Japan
[Bronze]Tamerlan Tmenov, Russia
[Bronze]Daniel Hernandes, Brazil
Suzuki upset world champ Yasuyoki Muneta at the Japanese trials.