Team and Medal Award Winners 2003 World Cup

By Gary Abbott | April 06, 2003, 12 a.m. (ET)
Final Team Standings 1. United States, 4-0 record, 8 pts. 2. World Select Team, 3-1 record, 6 pts. 3. Ukraine, 1-2-1 record, 3 pts. 4. Russia, 1-3 record, 2 pts. 5. Germany, 0-3-1 record, 1 pt. Individual medalists 55 kg/121 lbs. Gold - Stephen Abas (USA) Silver - Teague Moore (USA-World) Bronze - Vassili Zeiher (Germany) 4th - Alexander Kontoev (Russia) 5th - Gevork Markaryan (Ukraine) 60 kg/132 lbs. Gold - Eric Guerrero (USA) Silver - Jesus Wilson (USA-World) Bronze - Victor Bilokopitiy (Ukraine) 4th - Zelimkhan Gousseinov (Russia) 5th - Mario Koch (Germany) 66 kg/145.5 lbs. Gold - Chris Bono (USA) Silver - Bill Zadick (USA-World) Bronze - Sergiy Latyshev (Ukraine) 4th - Ergin Urun (Germany) 5th - Sergei Kowalenko (Germany-World) 74 kg/163 lbs. Gold - Joe Williams (USA) Silver - Zaza Zazirov (Ukraine) Bronze - Inal Dzagourov (Russia) 4th - Kirk White (USA-World) 5th - Dominik Zeh (Germany) 84 kg/185 lbs. Gold - Khadshimurad Gatsalov (Russia) Silver - Cael Sanderson (USA) Bronze - Charles Burton (USA-World) 4th - Andre Backhaus (Germany) 5th - David Bichinashvili (Germany) 96 kg/211.25 lbs. Gold - Tim Hartung (USA) Silver - Rusty Cook (USA-World) Bronze - Vasyl Tismenetskiy (Ukraine) 4th - Cengiz Cakici (Germany) 5th - Oleg Kallagov (Russia) 120 kg/264.5 lbs. (corrected) Gold - Sven Thiele (Germany) Silver - Kouramagomed Kouramagomedov (Russia) Bronze - Kerry McCoy (USA) 4th - Serhii Priadun (Ukraine) 5th - Boe Rushton and Corey Farkas (World-USA)
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