Hall of Fame - Referee

BASKHUU Aduuch

  • 6 times referee at the Olympic Games,
  • 30 times referee at the World Championships,
  • 45 times at the Championships Continental and Games,
  • Has been awarded with the in FILA “Golden Whistle” 1988,
  • Has reseived FILA “Golden Order” 2001,
  • FILA’s Refereeing Department member in 2006-2008,
  • Inducted in the “Hall of Fame” in 2014

Marianne Nobs

  • 5x Olympic Referee (1996, 2000, 04, 08, 12)
  • FILA Refereeing Departement in 2005 - 2012
  • FILA Referee (1988 - 2012)
  • 38x World Championship Referee
  • FILA Golden Whistle (2000 Sydney)
  • 2013 nominé au Hall of Fame (Budapest)

Aldo Albanese

  • Countless World Championships
  • Numerous Olympic Games
  • Golden Whistle Recipient 1986
  • Outside Legal Counsel FILA
  • Nominé au Hall of Fame en 2012

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Stefan Kazarian

  • 10 times referee at the Olympic Games
  • Instructed over than 100 international Referee courses
  • Has been awarded with the FILA Golden Whistle 1984
  • Has received FILA medals in 1976, 1987, 2010
  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2011

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Vince Zuaro

  • 5 times referee at the Olympic Games (1964, 1968, 1972, 1984, 1988)
  • 34 times referee at the World Championships
  • Has been referee from 1962 to 1988
  • Has been awarded with the FILA Golden Whistle in 1987
  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2010

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Ivan Kruj

  • 9 times Referee at the Olympic Games
  • Refereeing Department Member
  • Has benn Referee from 1962 to 2004
  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2009

Mehdi Khaledi

  • 5 times Referee at the Olympic Games (1988, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004)
  • 36 times Referee at the World Championships
  • 5 times Referee at the Asian Games (1990, 1994, 1998, 2002, 2006)
  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2008

Lassi Toivola

  • 5 times Referee at the Olympic Games
  • 32 times Referee at the World Championships
  • 35 times Referee at the European Championships
  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2005

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Branislav Simic

  • 1 Gold medal at the Olympic Games
  • 1 Bronze medal at the Olympic Games
  • 1 Silver medal at the World Championships
  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2007

Adel MOUSTAFA

  • Participated in London Olympic games 1948 in 73 kg - Free-Style, his age was 18 years old. He lost at the third round from Yasar Dugu (TUR), who was the best wrestler in the world.
  • Participated in Helsinki Olympic games in Gréco 79 kg.
  • Won the gold medal at the Mediterranean games 1950 and the silver medal at Barcelona 1955.
  • Gold medal at the Arab games 1953.
  • Bronze medal in the Youth Festival Warsaw 1955.
  • Referee at the Balkan Championship 1962.
  • E referee 1970.
  • First tune referee at Olympic games was at München. Then 7 times mat chairman and controller and finally responsible for the officiating in World and Olympics till Athens.
  • Mr. Moustafa started wrestling since 60 years from a wrestling family, since his father “Ibrahim Moustafa” was a Gold-medallist at 1928 Amsterdam. Moreover, his three sons have been world and international champions and one of them is E referee.