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The Iranian youth wrestling team became the runner-up in Asia

According to Fars News Agency, the Asian Junior Wrestling Championships were held on June 29 and 30 in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. 45 kg, Ali Ahmadi Vafa (48 kg), Abolfazl Mirshakar (60 kg), Seyed Reza Azarshab (80 kg) won a silver medal, Mohammad Reza Gholami (51 kg) and Hamidreza Keshtkar (92 kg) won a bronze medal.
In the team standings, Iran finished runner-up with 174 points, followed by Kyrgyzstan with 182 points and Kazakhstan with 170 points.

The results of our country’s wrestlers and the individual and team rankings of these competitions are as follows:

In the 45 kg weight class, which was attended by 7 wrestlers, the competitions are held in two groups of 4 and 3 people and periodically. Payam Ahmadi won the first round against Taiga Kishida from Japan with a result of 7: 0. In the second round, he defeated Eugen Han of South Korea 8-0, and in the third round, he defeated Shahzad Ruzikhanov of Uzbekistan 6-0 to advance to the semifinals. At this stage, Ahmadi defeated Omar Tentimak Olu of Kyrgyzstan 10-1 to advance to the final. In this match, he lost 4: 4 to Shahzad Rozikhanov from Uzbekistan and won the silver medal.

In the 48 kg weight category, which was attended by 7 wrestlers, the competitions are held in two groups of 4 and 3 people and are held periodically. Then, with a result of 7: 3, he crossed the Ronit Sharma Dam from India and reached the semi-final stage. In this match, Ahmadi Wafa defeated Sardar Khulmurzayev of Uzbekistan 5-1 and advanced to the final. In this match, he lost to Ronit Sharman from India with a result of 7 to 6 and won a silver medal.

In the 51 kg weight category, Mohammad Reza Gholami, after a break in the first round, defeated Abdul Aziz Al-Qamdi of Saudi Arabia 9-0 in the second round and advanced to the semifinals. He also lost 9-7 to Kyrgyzstan’s Kubanich Arinov and advanced to the play-offs. In this match, Gholami overcame the barrier of Yeon Gyun Jin, South Korea, with a result of 7: 0 and won the bronze medal.

In the 55kg category, Mohammad Kamali lost to Akhhadkhodja of Kyrgyzstan 8-4 in the second round after a break in the first round, and Kamali dropped out of the competition due to the wrestler’s defeat in the semi-finals.

In the 60 kg weight category, Abolfazl Mirshakar defeated Seomon Hyuk of South Korea 8-0 in the first round. In the second round, he overcame Tajikistan’s Hossein Hassanov 9-7 to advance to the semifinals. Mirshakar defeated Turkmenistan’s Shatlik Yunusov 8-0 to advance to the final. In the final, he lost 8-5 to Kyrgyzstan’s Jantoro Mirzaliyev and won the silver medal.

In the 65kg category, Ahura Boyeri lost to Akubir Angurov of Uzbekistan 5-4 after a break in the first round in the second round and was eliminated from the competition due to the defeat of this opponent.

In the 71kg weight class with 7 wrestlers, the competitions are held periodically in two groups of 4 and 3 people. Mohammad Moradi lost in the first fight with a result of 8 to 3 against Amir Shah Wahabov from Uzbekistan. He won the match against Eugene Takahi from Japan with a result of 7-4 and went to the semi-finals as the second person in this group. At this stage, Moradi crossed the Zhumart Aralov Dam in Kyrgyzstan 5-4 to advance to the final. In the final match, he overcame Amirshah Wahabov of Uzbekistan 2-2 to win the gold medal.

In the 80 kg weight category, Seyed Reza Azarshab won the first round 9-0 against Kamranbek Otkirov of Uzbekistan and advanced to the semifinals. At this stage, she defeated Bibit Kuraganov from Kazakhstan 4-1 and advanced to the final. In the final, he lost 6-5 to Easy Janishev of Kyrgyzstan to win the silver medal.

In the 92 kg weight category, Hamidreza Keshtkar won the first round against Ansar Rahmat Zoda of Tajikistan 8-0 and advanced to the semifinals. At this stage, he lost to Norbulat Sirgabay Olu of Kyrgyzstan 5-3 and advanced to the play-offs. Keshtkar defeated Utam Rana of India 8-0 in this match and won the bronze medal.

In the 110kg category, Mohammad Jahangiri defeated Bahram Kurbanov of Kyrgyzstan 7-1 in the first round and defeated Si Yeon Kim of Korea 8-0 in the semifinals to advance to the final. Jahangiri defeated Pardip Singh Khosa of India 8-0 in this match and won the gold medal.

The ranking of the top people is as follows:
45 kg: 1- Shahzad Rozikhanov (Uzbekistan) 2- Payam Ahmadi (Iran) 3- Shingiskhan Abdikhalimov (Kazakhstan)
48 kg: 1- Rohit Sharma (India) 2- Ali Ahmadi Vafa (Iran) 3- Arsen Juma (Kazakhstan)
51kg: 1- Roan Bekimov (Kazakhstan) 2- Kubanich Arinov (Kyrgyzstan) 3- Mohammad Reza Gholami (Iran) and Daisuke Morishita (Japan)
55 kg: 1- Nariman Bekikonov (Kazakhstan) 2- Khorshidbek Nur Mohammadov (Uzbekistan) 3- Byungi Seo (South Korea) and Abdul Akhhadkhodja (Kyrgyzstan) … 8- Mohammad Kamali (Iran)
60kg: 1- Janturo Mirzaliyev (Kyrgyzstan) 2- Abolfazl Mirshakar (Iran) 3- Yusuf Ashrpov (Kazakhstan) and Hussein Hassanov (Tajikistan)
65 kg: 1- Kutman Tamirbekov (Kyrgyzstan) 2- Sonat Abdullayev (Tajikistan) 3- Kakabay Kakabayev (Turkestan) and Sargazi Abdikhadir (Kazakhstan) … 7- Ahvar Boyeri (Iran)
71kg: 1- Mohammad Moradi (Iran) 2- Amirshah Wahabov (Uzbekistan) 3- Zhumart Aralov (Kyrgyzstan)
80kg: 1- Asan Janishov (Kyrgyzstan) 2- Seyed Reza Azarshab (Iran) 3- Mohit Khokhar (India) and Bibit Kurganov (Kazakhstan)
92kg: 1- Sirgabay Olu Norbulat (Kyrgyzstan) 2- Chinbak Rozakulov (Kazakhstan) 3- Hamidreza Keshtkar (Iran) and Jae No Choi (South Korea)
110 kg: 1- Mohammad Jahangiri (Iran) 2- Pardip Singh Koosha (India) 3- Kwanish Amangeldi (Kazakhstan) and Si Yeon Kim (South Korea)

Team rankings: 1- Kyrgyzstan 182 points 2- Iran 174 points 3- Kazakhstan 170 points 4- Uzbekistan 133 points 5- India 121 points 6- South Korea 94 points 7- Japan 86 points

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