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Serbia adds two more Greco-Roman golds to lead team race at Worlds; Aleksanyan wins fourth World title

Serbian coach celebrates as World champion Mate Nemes carries the Serbian flag
Serbian coach celebrates as World champion Mate Nemes carries the Serbian flag. Photograph by Tony Rotundo, Wrestlers Are Warriors.

BELGRADE, Serbia – Host Serbia continued its wonderful run of success by including two extra World gold medalists on Monday to the 2 champions they topped on Sunday, giving them 4 particular person champions on the World Wrestling Championships at Stark Area.

Claiming particular person titles for Serbia tonight have been Sebastian Nad (63 kg) and Mate Nemes (67 kg). Add them to World champions Ali Arsalan (72 kg) and Zurabi Datunashvili (87 kg) on Sunday. These 4 champions have helped Serbia take a lead within the workforce race by 10 factors over Azerbaijan.

Profitable a fourth World title, to associate with his 2016 Olympic gold medal, was Artur Aleksanyan of Armenia, who beat Kiril Milov of Bulgaria, 5-1 within the finals at 97 kg.

The opposite particular person champion of the evening was Burhan Akbudak of Turkey at 82 kg.

Braxton Amos positioned tenth for america at 97 kg, incomes two workforce factors for the USA. The opposite U.S. placements in Group 2 have been Alejandro Sancho (eleventh at 67 kg), Spencer Woods (twenty second at 82 kg) and Sam Jones (twenty third at 63 kg).

The Greco-Roman competitors concludes Tuesday with the finals at 60 kg and 130 kg. The entire motion is reside on FloWrestling.

WORLD WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS
At Belgrade, Serbia, September 11

Greco-Roman Group 2 Championship finals pairings

63 kg
Gold – Sebastian Nad (Serbia)
Silver – Leri Abuladze (Georgia)
Bronze – Taleh Mammadov (Azerbaijan)
Bronze – Erbatu Tuo (China)
fifth – Hrachya Poghosyan (Armenia)
fifth – dec. Ali Reza Nejati (Iran)
seventh – Luis Alberto Orta Sanchez (Cuba)
eighth – Victor Ciobanu (Moldova)
ninth – Tynar Sharshenbekov (Kyrgyzstan)
tenth – Razvan Arnaut (Romania)
Gold – Nad dec. Abuladze, 3-1
Bronze – Mammadov dec. Poghosyan, 10-4
Bronze – Tuo dec. Nejati, 4-1

67 kg
Gold – Mate Nemes (Serbia)
Silver – Mohammadreza Geraei (Iran)
Bronze – Amantur Ismailov (Kyrgyzstan)
Bronze – Hasrat Jafarov (Azerbaijan)
fifth – Joni Khetsuriani (Georgia)
fifth – dec. Murat Firat (Turkey)
seventh – Mateusz Bernatek (Poland)
eighth – Hansu Ryu (Korea)
ninth – Husiyuetu (China)
tenth – Parviz Nasibov (Ukraine)
Gold – Nemes dec. Geraei, 5-4
Bronze – Ismailov tech. fall Khetsuriani, 17-8
Bronze – Jafarov dec. Firat, 8-2

82 kg
Gold – Burhan Akbudak (Turkey)
Silver – Jalgasbay Berdimuratov (Uzbekistan)
Bronze – Yaroslav Flichakov (Ukraine)
Bronze – Tamas Levai (Hungary)
fifth – Gela Bolkvadze (Georgia)
fifth – Rafig Huseynov (Azerbaijan)
seventh – Chengwu Wang (China)
eighth – Roland Schwarz (Germany)
ninth – Dias Kalen (Kazakhstan)
tenth – Yuya Okajima (Japan)
Gold – Akbudak dec. Berdimuratov, 7-6
Bronze – Flichakov dec. Bolkvadze, 3-1
Bronze – Levai dec. Huseynov, 3-1

97 kg
Gold – Artur Aleksanyan (Armenia)
Silver – Kiril Milov (Bulgaria)
Bronze – Mohammadhadi Saravi (Iran)
Bronze – Arif Niftullayev (Azerbaijan)
fifth – Metehan Basar (Turkey)
fifth – Nikoloz Kakhelashvili (Italy)
seventh – Rustam Assakalov (Uzbekistan)
eighth – Giorgi Melia (Georgia)
ninth – Beksultan Makhmudov (Kyrgyzstan)
tenth – Braxton Amos (USA)
Gold – Aleksanyan dec. Milov, 5-1
Bronze – Saravi dec. Basar, 6-1
Bronze – Niftullayev dec. Kakhelashvili, 2-1

U.S. Greco-Roman Group 2 outcomes

63 kg: Sam Jones (Rockford, Mich./New York AC), twenty third place
LOSS No. 7 Neeraj Neeraj (India), 4-0

67 kg: Alex Sancho (Colorado Springs, Colo./Military WCAP) – eleventh place
WIN Norva Bukasa (Congo), 9-0
LOSS Parviz Nasibov (Ukraine), 5-0

82 kg: Spencer Woods (Colorado Springs, Colo./Military WCAP), twenty second place
LOSS Chengwu Wang (China), fall 4:01

97 kg: Braxton Amos (Mineral Wells, W.V./Badger RTC/Sunkist Children), tenth place
WIN Vladlen Kozliuk (Ukraine), 12-6
LOSS Beksultan Makhmudov (Kyrgyzstan), 5-2

Prime 5 groups after eight weight courses
1. Serbia, 110
2. Azerbaijan, 100
3. Turkey, 92
4. Georgia, 66
5. Iran, 61

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