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Asian Freestyle Wrestling Championship Powerful championship of Iran with 8 colorful medals + complete results

According to the sports reporter of the news agency, the Asian freestyle wrestling championship in Mongolia ended and our convoy won 6 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medal.

In this period of competitions, Rahman Amouzad in 65 kg, Younes Emami in 74 kg, Ali Savadkoohi in 79 kg, Amir Hossein Firoozpour in 92 kg, Mohammad Hossein Mohammadian in 97 kg and Yadaleh Mohebbi in 125 kg won gold medals.

Dariush Hazrat Gholizadeh won a silver medal in 61 kg and Mohsen Mostafavi won a bronze medal. Reza Momeni dropped out of the competition in 57 kg and Mohammad Mehdi Yeganeh Jafari was the fifth.

At the end of the team ranking competitions, our freestyle wrestling stood on the championship platform with 201 points, India came in second and Kazakhstan took the third title.

According to Fars, the first members of the national championship were sent to Mongolia. These competitions are very important as a selection cycle for the upcoming competitions.

** The results of our country’s wrestlers are as follows:

In the 57 kg weight category, after a break in the first round in the second round, Reza Momeni lost to Asian silver medalist Zanabazar Zandanbod 10: 6 in the second round. Went.

In the 61 kg weight category, Dariush Hazrat Gholizadeh won the first round with a result of 9: 6 against this Sang Choi from South Korea. In the second round, he defeated the Asian champion from Bahrain, Ali Beg Ali Begov (Russian wrestler), 14-11, and advanced to the semifinals. At this stage, he crossed the Akbar Korbanov Dam in Kazakhstan 6-5 and advanced to the final. Hazrat Gholizadeh lost 10-0 to Rey Higuchi, the Olympic silver medalist from Japan, and won the silver medal.

In the 65 kg weight category, Rahman Amouzad won the first round with a score of 11: 0 against Inayatullah from Pakistan. In the second round, he defeated world youth champion Kaiki Yamaguchi of Japan 9-0 and advanced to the semifinals. At this stage, he defeated Tsugbadrakh Tsivisoren from Mongolia with a result of 6: 0 and advanced to the final match. In the final match, the cousin passed the Olympic bronze and world bronze and bronze medalists Bajrang Ponia 3-1 in India in a calculated match and won the gold medal.

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In the 70 kg weight category, Mohammad Mehdi Yeganeh Jafari, after a break in the first round of the round, lost 6: 2 to Taishi Narikani from Japan, and due to the presence of this wrestler in the final match, he was also classified for the match. Yeganeh Jafari lost the match 4-0 to Asian champion Sirbaz Talgat of Kazakhstan and finished fifth.

In the 74 kg weight category, Younes Emami defeated the silver medalist of the Asian Games from Japan, Daiichi Takatani, 7: 5, after a break in the first round in the second round. In the next round and in the semi-finals, he defeated Biambadurj of Jordan, Jordan, 10-0, and advanced to the final. Emami defeated Kazakhstan, the world silver medalist and Asian champion Norkja Kaipanov, 5-2, to win the gold medal.

In the 79 kg weight category, Ali Savadkoohi, after a break in the first round, won the second round with a result of 8-6 against Biyambadorg Enkhbayar from Mongolia. In the next round and in the semi-finals, he defeated Yodai Takahashi of Japan 3-0 and advanced to the final. In this match, Savadkoohi crossed the barrier of Asian silver medalist Balian Gorav from India with a result of 9: 9 and won the gold medal.

In the 86 kg weight category, Mohsen Mostafavi defeated the government of Murad Orazgiliyev from Turkmenistan with a score of 10: 0 in the first round. In the final match, he also qualified for the qualifying match. In this match, Mostafavi crossed the Guan Ok Kim barrier in South Korea with a score of 4: 0 and won a bronze medal.

Amir Hossein Firuzpour (92 kg) defeated Asian silver and bronze medalist Adilt Davolbayev of Kazakhstan 11-0 in the first round. In the next round and in the semi-finals, with a score of 10: 0, he defeated the Asian silver medalist Takuma Otsu from Japan and advanced to the final. Firoozpour won the final match with a score of 11: 0 against Orgilukh Daguadorj from Mongolia and won the gold medal.

In the 97 kg weight category, Mohammad Hossein Mohammadian defeated Zia Mohammad Safraf from Turkmenistan in the first round with a score of 10: 0. In the next round and in the semi-finals, with a result of 10: 0, he crossed the barrier of Asian silver medalist Sativart Kadian from India and reached the final match. In the final match, Mohammadian defeated Batzul Olzisayikhan of Mongolia 11-0 in a beautiful match and won the gold medal.

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In the 125kg category, Yadala Mohebbi defeated Sardarbek Khulmatov of Uzbekistan 11-2 in the second round after a break in the first round to advance to the semifinals. At this stage, with a result of 12 to 2, he defeated Batmankha Anghtsushin from Mongolia and reached the final match. In the final match, Mohebbi defeated Kazakhstan’s Alishir Yergali 3-1 to win the gold medal.

** The individual ranking of these competitions is as follows:

57 kg: 1- Kumar Ravi (India) 2- Rakhat Kalzhan (Kazakhstan) 3- Almaz Semankov (Kyrgyzstan) and Raikoto Arai (Japan) … 8- Reza Momeni (Iran)
61kg: Ray Higuchi (Japan) 2- Dariush Hazrat Gholizadeh (Iran) 3- Olubek Zholdoshbekov (Kyrgyzstan) and Akbar Korbanov (Kazakhstan)
65 kg: 1- Rahman Amouzad Khalili (Iran) 2- Bajrang Ponia (India) 3- Abbas Rahmanov (Uzbekistan) and Kaiki Yamaguchi (Japan)
70kg: 1- Taishi Narikani (Japan) 2- Arnazar Akmat Aliyev (Kyrgyzstan) 3- Navin Navin (India) and Sirbaz Talgat (Kazakhstan) 5- Mohammad Mehdi Yeganeh Jafari (Iran)
74kg: 1- Younes Emami (Iran) 2- Nurkja Kaipanov (Kazakhstan) 3- Daiichi Takatani (Japan) and Islambek Urozbekov (Kyrgyzstan)
79kg: 1- Ali Savadkoohi (Iran) 2- Balian Gorav (India) 3- Arsalan Budazhapov (Kyrgyzstan) and Yudai Takahashi (Japan)
86 kg: 1- Azmat Dolatbekov (Kazakhstan) 2- Deepak Pony (India) 3- Mohsen Mostafavi (Iran) and Bobur Islamov (Uzbekistan)
92 kg: 1- Amir Hossein Firuzpour (Iran) 2- Orgilukh Daguadorj (Mongolia) 3- Adilet Davolbayev (Kazakhstan) and WikiWiki (India)
97 kg: 1- Mohammad Hossein Mohammadian (Iran) 2- Batzol Olzisaykhan (Mongolia) 3- Mammad Ebragimov (Kazakhstan) and Sativart Kadian (India)
125 kg: 1- Yadala Mohebbi (Iran) 2- Alishir Yergali (Kazakhstan) 3- Yi Hyun Joong (South Korea) and Batmanghai Ankhtsushin (Mongolia)

Team ranking: 1- Iran 201 points 2- India 152 points 3- Kazakhstan 151 points 4- Japan 140 points 5- Mongolia 115 points 6- Kyrgyzstan 104 points

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