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Omid Iran freestyle wrestling team became world runner-up – Mehr News Agency | Iran and world’s news


According to the Mehr news agency, the world under-23 freestyle wrestling competitions were held in Belgrade, Serbia, on November 5-16, and in the end, the Iranian team was won by Amir Ali Azarpira in the 97 kg weight category, with a gold medal by Mohammad Sadegh. فیروزپور And Sajjad Gholami in the weights of 74 and 86 kg to silver medals and Ahmad Mohammadnejad Javan, Ali Akbar Fazli, Ali Savadkoohi, Amir Hossein فیروزپور And Seyed Mehdi Hashemi in the weights of 57, 70, 79, 92 and 125 kg and with 140 points as Won runner-up.

In this competition, the Russian team became the champion with 145 points, the Iranian team became the runner-up with 140 points and the Armenian team came in third with 114 points.

The results of our country’s wrestlers in these competitions are as follows:

In the 57 kg weight category, the young Ahmad Mohammadnejad, after resting in the first round, crossed the Patrick Glory barrier in the United States with a result of 11 to 11 in the second round and reached the quarterfinals. At this stage, he lost to Bacbolat Mirzanzar Olu, the Asian bronze medalist from Kyrgyzstan, with a result of 7: 0, and due to the presence of this wrestler in the final match, the representative of our country went to the group of losers. In this group, he defeated Diamantito Yona Fafe from Guinea-Bissau 18-18 and advanced to the qualifying match. In this match, he defeated Dmitry Shamla from Belarus 3: 2 and won the bronze medal.

In the 61 kg weight category, Majid Dastan defeated Daniel Puccino of Italy 4-2 in the first round. He lost 7-6 to Naranjo Narmandach of Mongolia in the next round. The story was removed from the competition.

In the 65 kg weight category, Seyed Hassan Ebadi defeated Caroli Case of Hungary 11-0 in the first round. Javit Ajar of Turkey lost 5-4 in the second round. Ebadi withdrew from the competition.

In the weight of 70 kg, Ali Akbar Fazli, after resting in the first round in the second round, due to the non-participation of Basar Nodom from Guinea-Bissau, won and reached the quarter-final stage. At this stage, he lost to world silver medalist Arnazar Akmat Aliyev of Kyrgyzstan 10-6, and Fazli went to the losers as the Kyrgyz wrestler advanced to the final. In this group, he defeated Chiristos Chiristoforidis from Greece with a score of 10: 0 and advanced to the qualifying match. In this match, he overcame the Murad Oliviev Dam from Azerbaijan with a result of 5: 4 and won a bronze medal.

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In the 74 kg weight category, Mohammad Sadegh Firouzpour defeated Simone Wojcieckowski of Poland in the first round with a score of 10: 0. In the second round, he defeated Pravin Malik of India 10-2 and advanced to the quarterfinals. At this stage, he crossed the Simon Marchel barrier in Austria with a result of 14 to 6 and reached the semi-final stage. At this stage, he defeated Harayar Ali Khanian, the European silver medalist under 23 from Armenia, 4-2 and advanced to the final. In this match, he lost to Cherman Walif, the silver medalist of the under-23 world, from Russia with a result of 7-6 and won the silver medal.

In the first round, Ali Savadkoohi (79 kg) crossed the Vicky barrier in India with a score of 4: 4. In the second round, he defeated Oktay Hassan from Bulgaria with a score of 10: 0 and advanced to the quarterfinals. Savadkoohi lost to Magomed Magomayev of Russia 7-0 at this stage. The ranking match went. In this match, he defeated Ashraf Ashirov from Azerbaijan 8: 2 and won a bronze medal.

Sajjad Gholami (86 kg) won the first round in the first round due to the absence of world bronze medalist Abu Bakr Abakarov from Azerbaijan. Gholami defeated Markosian of Armenia 5-0 at this stage and advanced to the semifinals. At this stage, he defeated Ivars Samsonox from Latvia with a result of 9 to 0 and advanced to the final match. In the final, Gholami lost 11-4 to Ukraine’s Mukhmad Aliyev to win the silver medal.

In the 92 kg weight category, Amir Hossein Firuzpour, after a break in the first round, defeated Kolyo Demitrov of Bulgaria 11-0 in the second round in the second round. And went to the semi-finals. At this stage, Firuzpour lost 10 to 7 to Osman Nurmagomedov, the bronze medalist of the World Championships in Norway, from Azerbaijan, and went to the qualifying match. In this match, he defeated Johannes Meyer from Germany with a result of 10: 0 and won the bronze medal.

In the 97 kg weight category, Amir Ali Azarpira defeated Vasil Polyuchenka of Belarus 5-0 in the first round. In the next round and in the quarterfinals, he won 5: 3 against Zoriko Ortashvili from Georgia and reached the semifinals. At this stage, Azarpira defeated Jonathan Ilo from the United States with a score of 9: 0 and advanced to the final match. His opponent defeated Moldovan silver medalist Radu Lifter of Moldova 7-3 in the final match and won the gold medal.

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In the 125 kg weight category, Seyed Mehdi Hashemi defeated Saman Jabrailov of Moldova 2-0 in the first round (his opponent was injured). The quarter-final stage took place. At this stage, he crossed the Yaroslav Slavikovsky barrier from Belarus with a result of 5: 3 and reached the semi-final stage. At this stage, he lost 4-0 to Azmat Khosunov from Greece with a technical blow and went to the qualifying match. Hashemi crossed the Mohit barrier in India with a score of 6 to 3 in the ranking match and won a bronze medal.

The ranking of the top people of this competition is as follows:
55 kg: 1- Ali Abbas Rezazadeh (Azerbaijan) 2- Bekbolat Mirzanzar Olu (Kyrgyzstan) 3- Ahmad Mohammadnejad Javan (Iran) and Manuel Khandzartesian (Armenia)
61 kg: 3- Arsen Haratonian (Armenia) 2- Arthur Chibudayev (Russia) 3- Asil Aytakin (Kazakhstan) and Naranjo Narmandakh (Mongolia)… 12- Majid Dastan (Iran)
65 kg: 1- Georgios Pilidis (Greece) 2- Ibragim Abdolrahmanov (Russia) 3- Ziradin Bayramov (Azerbaijan) and Javit Ajar (Turkey) ۱ 11- Seyed Hassan Ebadi (Iran)
70kg: 1- Arnazar Akmat Aliyev (Kyrgyzstan) 2- Vazgen Tavanyan (Armenia) 3- Ali Akbar Fazli (Iran) and Nikolai Grahmoz (Moldova)
74 kg: 1- Cherman Valif (Russia) 2- Mohammad Sadegh Firoozpour (Iran) 3- Tamori Briashvili (Georgia) and Hrayr Alikhanian (Armenia)
79 kg: 1- Magomed Magomayev (Russia) 2- Ramadan Sari (Turkey) 3- Ali Savadkoohi (Iran) and Arman Avagian (Armenia)
86 kg: 1- Mokhamed Aliyev (Ukraine) 2- Sajjad Gholami (Iran) 3- Lars افefli (Germany) and Ivars Samosonoks (Latvia)
92 kg: 1- Osman Nurmagomedov (Azerbaijan) 2- Azmat Zakov (Russia) 3- Amir Hossein Firuzpour (Iran) and Arhan Yaylaji (Turkey)
97 kg: 1- Amir Ali Azarpira (Iran) 2- Rado Litfer (Moldova) 3- Jonathan Ilo (USA) and Danilo Stasiuk (Ukraine)
125 kg: 1- Anthony Kassiopi (USA) 2- Azmat Khosunov (Greece) 3- Seyed Mehdi Hashemi (Iran) and Saifuddin Magomedov (Russia)

The team ranking of these competitions is as follows:
1- Russia 145 points 2- Iran 140 points 3- Armenia 114 points 4- Azerbaijan 93 points 5- Turkey 72 points 6- Ukraine 56 points 7- USA 54 points 8- Moldova 53 points 9- Kyrgyzstan 49 points 10- Greece 45 points

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