Weightlifting
Olympic Games

Men: -82.5 kg

Year Location
1992 Barcelona (esp) Pyrros Dimas (gre) Krzysztof Siemion (pol) --
1988 Seoul (kor) Israil Arsamakov (urs) István Messzi (hun) Lee Hyung-Kun (kor)
1984 Los Angeles (usa) Petre Becheru (rou) Robert Kabbas (aus) Ryoji Isaoka (jpn)
1980 Moskva (urs) Yurik Vardanyan (urs) Blagoi Blagoev (bul) Dusan Poliacik (tch)
1976 Montréal (can) Valery Shary (urs) Trendafil Stoichev (bul) Péter Baczakó (hun)
1972 München (frg) Leif Jenssen (nor) Norbert Ozimek (pol) György Horváth (hun)
1968 Mexico City (mex) Boris Selitsky (urs) Vladimir Belyayev (urs) Norbert Ozimek (pol)
1964 Tokyo (jpn) Rudolf Plukfelder (urs) Géza Tóth (hun) Gyozo Véres (hun)
1960 Roma (ita) Ireneusz Palinski (pol) James George (usa) Jan Bochenek (pol)
1956 Melbourne (aus) Tommy Kono (usa) Vasily Stepanov (urs) James George (usa)
1952 Helsinki (fin) Trofim Lomakin (urs) Stanley Stanczyk (usa) Arkady Vorobyev (urs)
1948 London (gbr) Stanley Stanczyk (usa) Harold Sakata (usa) Gösta Magnusson (swe)
1936 Berlin (ger) Louis Hostin (fra) Eugen Deutsch (ger) Ibrahim Wasif (egy)
1932 Los Angeles (usa) Louis Hostin (fra) Svend Olsen (den) Henry Duey (usa)
1928 Amsterdam (ned) El-Sayed Mohammed Nosseir (egy) Louis Hostin (fra) Jan Verheijen (ned)
1924 Paris (fra) Charles Rigoulot (fra) Fritz Hünenberger (sui) Leopold Friedrich (aut)
1920 Antwerpen (bel) Ernest Cadine (fra) Fritz Hünenberger (sui) Erik Pettersson (swe)

Notes:
Disciplines: 1976-1992: snatch/clean & jerk, 1928-1972: press/snatch/clean & jerk, 1924: snatch one hand/clean & jerk one hand/press two hands/snatch two hands/clean & jerk two hands, 1920: snatch one hand/clean & jerk one hand/clean & jerk two hands.
1992: actual 3rd Ibrahim Samadov (eun) was disqualified after refusing to accept the bronze medal; Samadov had finished equal with Dimas and Siemion in lifted weight, but was placed third on the body weight rule; the bronze medal was not awarded.
1976: actual 2nd Blagoi Blagoev (bul) was disqualified for a doping offense.