Antonio Randi

Biographical information

RolesCompeted in Olympic Games
Full nameAntonio•Randi
Used nameAntonio•Randi
Born11 March 1921 in Faenza, Ravenna (ITA)
Died6 April 1998 in Faenza, Ravenna (ITA)
NOC Italy


Antonio Randi was an Italian freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestler. His international highlight was at the 1951 Mediterranean Games where he won the Greco-Roman featherweight gold medal ahead of the Egyptian El-Sayed Kandil. Two years earlier he had been runner-up in the unofficial edition of the Mediterranean Games.

Randi represented Italy at the 1952 Helsinki Olympics, where he was eliminated in the third round after being defeated by the Argentine Próspero Mammana. Randi was Italian champion 12 times – seven in Greco-Roman style and five in freestyle.


Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
1952 Summer Olympics Wrestling ITA Antonio Randi
Featherweight, Freestyle, Men (Olympic) AC

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