Peter Seisenbacher Judoka

Peter Seisenbacher

Peter Seisenbacher

  • Country:Austria
  • Born:25 March 1960 (57 years)
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Peter Seisenbacher is the most famous Austrian judoka ever who became double Olympic Champion in 1984 and 1988. Seisenbacher was World Champion in 1985, coached by George Kerr. He won 8 European medals and the title in 1986. Peter became coach and won the Olympic title with Georgia and World title.

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Match balance per year

Year Matches Won Lost % won
198898188.9 %
198765183.3 %
198687187.5 %
198598188.9 %
1984109190.0 %
198396366.7 %
198242250.0 %
198131233.3 %
19801010.0 %
197742250.0 %
Total 63 48 15 76.2 %

Head-to-heads

Date Opponent Noc Rnd W/L Type Event Cat video
29 Sep 1988Shestakov, VladimirRUSfinalWOGSeoulU86
29 Sep 1988Osako, AkinobuJPN1/2WOGSeoulU86
29 Sep 1988Canu, FabienFRA1/4WOGSeoulU86
29 Sep 1988Kim, Seung-KyuKOR1/8WOGSeoulU86
29 Sep 1988Bonnet, Jorge LuisPUR1/16WOGSeoulU86
2 Jul 1988Eisenring, DinoSUI3/5WITLeondingU86
2 Jul 1988Lobenstein, AxelGER1/2LITLeondingU86
2 Jul 1988Petrov, GeorghiBUL1/4WITLeondingU86
2 Jul 1988Karger, RomanCZE1/8WITLeondingU86
12 Sep 1987Tayot, PascalFRAfinalWITLeondingU86
12 Sep 1987Fekete, JozsefHUN1/2WITLeondingU86
12 Sep 1987Matejic, SrdjanYUG1/4WITLeondingU86
12 Sep 1987Suplis, LucBEL1/8WITLeondingU86
9 May 1987Anitoaie, PetruROU3/5WEChParisU86
9 May 1987White, DensignGBR1/2LEChParisU86
11 May 1986Stoehr, HenryGERfinalLEChBelgradeOpenM
11 May 1986Jehle, ClemensSUI1/2WEChBelgradeOpenM
11 May 1986Kusmuk, DraganYUG1/4WEChBelgradeOpenM
11 May 1986Gordon, ElvisGBR1/8WEChBelgradeOpenM
9 May 1986Spijkers, BenNEDfinalWEChBelgradeU86
9 May 1986Gyáni, JánosHUN1/2WEChBelgradeU86
9 May 1986Canu, FabienFRA1/4WEChBelgradeU86
9 May 1986Kurczyna, KrzysztofPOL1/8WEChBelgradeU86
29 Sep 1985Petrov, GeorghiBULfinalWWChSeoulU86
29 Sep 1985Pesnyak, VitalyURS1/2WWChSeoulU86
29 Sep 1985Takahashi, MasaoJPN1/4WWChSeoulU86
29 Sep 1985Gyáni, JánosHUN1/8WWChSeoulU86
10 May 1985Varga, IstvánHUN3/5WEChHamarU86
10 May 1985Fournier, FrançoisFRA5/7WEChHamarU86
10 May 1985Vainio, JuhaFIN9/12WEChHamarU86
10 May 1985Petrov, GeorghiBUL1/4LEChHamarU86
10 May 1985Vecchi, MarioITA1/8WEChHamarU86
8 Aug 1984Berland, RobertUSAfinalWOGLos AngelesU86
8 Aug 1984Canu, FabienFRA1/2WOGLos AngelesU86
8 Aug 1984Nose, SeikiJPN1/4WOGLos AngelesU86
8 Aug 1984Chang, Shou-ChongTPE1/8WOGLos AngelesU86
8 Aug 1984Lopatic, StankoSRB1/16WOGLos AngelesU86
4 May 1984Canu, FabienFRA3/5WEChLiegeU86
4 May 1984Szabó, MiklósHUN5/7WEChLiegeU86
4 May 1984Garcia Ortiz, AlfonsoESP9/12WEChLiegeU86
4 May 1984Borawski, RolandGER1/8LEChLiegeU86
4 May 1984Watt, TerryNIR1/16WEChLiegeU86
14 Oct 1983Nose, SeikiJPN3/5LWChMoscowU86
14 Oct 1983Canu, FabienFRA1/2LWChMoscowU86
14 Oct 1983Pak, Jong CholPRK1/4WWChMoscowU86
14 Oct 1983Vecchi, MarioITA1/8WWChMoscowU86
14 Oct 1983Nedelchev, DimoBUL1/16WWChMoscowU86
13 May 1983Pesnyak, VitalyURSfinalLEChParisU86
13 May 1983Verhoeven, BertNED1/2WEChParisU86
13 May 1983Canu, FabienFRA1/4WEChParisU86
13 May 1983Vecchi, MarioITA1/8WEChParisU86
16 May 1982Ultsch, DetlefGER5/7LEChRostockU86
16 May 1982Sikiric, SlavkoCRO9/12WEChRostockU86
16 May 1982Choullouyan, BernardFRA1/4LEChRostockU86
16 May 1982Valchev, AtanasBUL1/8WEChRostockU86
6 Sep 1981Bodaveli I, DavidURS9/12LWChMaastrichtU86
6 Sep 1981Choullouyan, BernardFRA1/8LWChMaastrichtU86
6 Sep 1981Gdeesi, Saeed1/16WWChMaastrichtU86
28 Jul 1980Pak, Jong CholPRK1/16LOGMoscowU86
6 Nov 1977Canu, FabienFRA3/5LEChCaBerlinU75
6 Nov 1977Kunze, LutzGER1/2LEChCaBerlinU75
6 Nov 1977Sapta, Doru IoanROU1/4WEChCaBerlinU75
6 Nov 1977Kafri, ISR1/8WEChCaBerlinU75
Result City Date
1Seoul1988
2Warsaw1988
3Leonding1988
1Warendorf1988
3Pamplona1988