2019 World Wrestling Championships

The 2019 World Wrestling Championships was held in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan from September 14 to September 22, 2019.

Important information about freestyle wrestling:

Currently freestyle wrestling is played as a sport which is practiced all over the world. Along with Greco-Roman, it is one of two styles of wrestling in the Olympic Games. And it is organized under different rules of American high school and college wrestling. It is also called Shoelastic and Collegiate Wrestling. In both styles of wrestling, the end goal is to throw and pin the opponent on the mat, resulting in the player who does it winning. Unlike Greco-Roman, freestyle and collegiate wrestling allow the use of the wrestler's or opponent's defense leg. Freestyle wrestling is a fusion of traditional wrestling, judo and sambo techniques.

List of men's freestyle wrestling winners:

Event Gold Silver Bronze
57 kg Zour Ugwev (Russia) Suleiman Atli (Turkey) Nurislam Sanev (Kazakhstan) and Ravi Kumar Dahiya (India)
61kg Bika Lomtadze (Georgia) Magomedrusul Idrisov (Russia) Behnam Ehsanpour (Iran) and Rahul Aware (India)
65 kg Gadzhimurad Rashidov (Russia) Doulet Niyazbekov (Kazakhstan) Bajrang Punia (India) and Ismail Muszukazev (Hungary)
70 kg David Bawe (Russia) Narkoza Kaipanov (Kazakhstan) Magomedmurad Gadziev (Poland) and Yums Emami (Iran)
74 kg Jaurbek Sidkov (Russia) Frank Chamizo (Italy) Zelimkhan Khadziev (France) Jordan Burroughs (United States)
79 kg Kyle Duck (United States) Jabrail Hasanov (Azerbaijan) Gadzi Nabiev (Russia) and Tjmurz Salkazanov (Slovakia)
86kg Hassan Yazdani (Iran) Deepak Punia (India) Stefan Reichmuth (Switzerland) and Artur Naifonov (Russia)
92 kg Jaden Cox (United States) Alireza Karimi (Iran) Irakli Mtsituri (Georgia) Alikhan Zahraylov (Russia)
97 kg Abdulrashid Sadulaev (Russia) Sharif Sharifov (Azerbaijan) Kyle Snyder (USA) Magomedgazi Nurov (North Macedonia)
125 kg Geno Petrishvili (Georgia) Taha Akguel (Turkey) Oleksandr Khotyansivsky (Ukraine) Khasanboy Rikhimov (Uzbekistan)

Important information about Greco-Roman wrestling:

Greco-Roman (US) or Greco-Roman (UK) wrestling is a style of wrestling practiced around the world. It was contested at the first modern Olympic Games in 1896 and has been included in every edition of the Summer Olympics held since 1908. According to United World Wrestling, Greco-Roman wrestling is one of the six main forms of competitive amateur wrestling practiced internationally today. The other five forms are freestyle wrestling, grappling/submission wrestling, breach wrestling, pancration athleisure/belt wrestling, and floc wrestling.

List of men's Greco-Roman wrestling winners:

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg Nugazari Sortsumiya (Georgia) Khorlan Zhakansha (Kazakhstan) Eldaniz Azizli (Azerbaijan) and Shota Ogawa (Japan)
60 kg Kenichiro Fumita (Japan) Sergei Emelin (Russia) Mirabek Ainagulov (Kazakhstan) and Alirja Najti (Iran)
63 kg Shinobu Ota (Japan) Stefan Maryan (Russia) Slavic Galustyan (Armenia) and Almat Kebispiev (Kazakhstan)
67kg Ismail Borro (Cuba) Artem Surkov (Russia) Frank Stabler (Germany) and Mate Nemis (Serbia)
72 kg Abyuzid Mentigov (Russia) Aram Varadyan (Uzbekistan) Aik Mantsakyan (Bulgaria) and Ballint Korpsi (Hungary)
77kg Tamase Lrunkaj (Hungary) Alex Bazbergberg Caseidis (Sweden) Mohamed Ali Gerei (Iran) and Jalgasbe Berdimuratov (Uzbekistan)
82 kg Lasha Gobadze (Georgia) Rafig Husseinov (Azerbaijan) Qian Haitao (China) and Saeed Abdevali (Iran)
87 kg Jhan Belniuk (Ukraine) Viktor Lankaz (Hungary) Rustam Aslyakov (Uzbekistan) and Denis Kudla (Germany)
97 kg Musa Evlov (Russia) Artur Aleksanye (Armenia) Mikhail Kazia (Serbia) and Cenk Ildem (Turkey)
130 kg Riza Kayakalp (Turkey) Oscar Pino (Cuba) Hiki Nabi (Estonia) and Aykob Kajia (Georgia)

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