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Name  Son Sang-pil

Height  1.67 m

Son Sang-Pil (Hangul: 손상필, Hanja: 孫相弼; born September 1, 1973 in Seoul) is a retired South Korean Greco-Roman wrestler.

Son claimed the gold medals in the Groco-Roman 69 kg class at the 1997 and 1999 World Championships.

At the 1998 Asian Games, Son won the gold medal in the Greco-Roman 69 kg class, defeating 1998 World 63 kg Champion Mkhitar Manukyan in the final match.

While competing in the Sydney 2000 Summer Olympics, many considered Son a gold medal favorite. However, he was eliminated in the quarterfinals, losing to eventual gold medalist Filiberto Azcuy of Cuba 9-2.

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Son Sang-pil Wikipedia


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