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Bahrain is leading 6:0. :d


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What a mistake by Batirov. he could easily went out of the mat and win the gold 6-6 . even a caution was no problem for him. that was very stupid to lose the gold like that. I thought only Iranian wrestlers are capable of losing like that :d after all Bahrain used to be a part of Iran :p

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Wow what a final, Russian wrestler was quite a gentlemen though, he tried to console his opponent even though he just won a gold medal. Both of them are Avar origin, I think it was the reason but still he showed a good character.

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bronze for Conyedo and Odikadze. finally a bronze for Odikadze after losing something like 1000 times in bronze medal matches :d

 

now battle of champions :bounce:

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that was fast :bowdown::bowdown:  good lesson for Snyder

 

to me Sadulaev is the best wrestler in the world right now and maybe in the whole history. and he is still very young.

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Romero :(:( the last call was of course dubious (but to me correct) . but that was really heart breaking. she won the bronze medal for few minutes :(

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Men's Freestyle Wrestling

 

Medallists Recap

 

 

Men's -57kg
Gold: :RUS Zavur Uguev
Silver: :KAZ Nurislam Sanayev (AKA Artas Sanaa)
Bronze: :JPN Yuki Takahashi & :TUR Suleyman Atli

 

Men's -61kg
Gold: :CUB Yowlys Bonne Rodriguez
Silver: :RUS Gadzhimurad Rashidov
Bronze: :USA Joseph Daniel Colon & :MGL Tuvshintulga Tumenbileg

 

Men's -65kg
Gold: :JPN Takuto Otoguro
Silver: :IND Bajrang Bajrang
Bronze: :RUS Akhmed Chakaev & :CUB Alejandro Enrique Valdes Tobier

 

Men's -70kg
Gold: :RUS Magomedrasul Gazimagomedov
Silver: :BRN Adam Batirov
Bronze: :CUB Franklin Maren Castillo & :GEO Zurabi Iakobishvili

 

Men's -74kg
Gold: :RUS Zaurbek Sidakov
Silver: :GEO Avtandil Kentchadze
Bronze: :USA Jordan Ernest Burroughs & :UZB Bekzod Abdurakhmonov

 

Men's -79kg
Gold: :USA Kyle Douglas Dake
Silver: :AZE Jabrayil Hasanov
Bronze: :RUS Akhmed Gadzhimagomedov & :BLR Ali Shabanau

 

Men's -86kg
Gold: :USA David Morris Taylor III
Silver: :TUR Fatih Erdin
Bronze: :ESP Taimuraz Friev Naskidaeva & :IRI Hassan Yazdani

 

Men's -92kg
Gold: :USA J'Den Michael Tbory Cox
Silver: :BLR Ivan Yankouski
Bronze: :JPN Atsushi Matsumoto & :IRI Alireza Karimi

 

Men's -97kg
Gold: :RUS Abdulrashid Sadulaev
Silver: :USA Kyle Frederick Snyder
Bronze: :ITA Abraham de Jesus Conyedo Ruano & :GEO Elizbar Odikadze

 

Men's -125kg
Gold: :GEO Geno Petriashvili
Silver: :CHN Deng Zhiwei
Bronze: :USA Nicholas Edward Gwiazdowski & :IRI Parviz Hadi

 

 

Men's Freestyle Final Medal Table

 

RUS,  4 / 1 / 2
USA,  3 / 1 / 3
GEO,  1 / 1 / 2
CUB,  1 / 0 / 2
JPN,  1 / 0 / 2
BLR,  0 / 1 / 1
TUR,  0 / 1 / 1
AZE,  0 / 1 / 0
BRN,  0 / 1 / 0
CHN,  0 / 1 / 0
IND,  0 / 1 / 0
KAZ,  0 / 1 / 0
IRI,  0 / 0 / 3
ITA,  0 / 0 / 1
MGL,  0 / 0 / 1
ESP,  0 / 0 / 1
UZB,  0 / 0 / 1

 

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very happy for Conyedo...we all expected Chamizo, but finally "our" medal came from the unexpected Cuban-born Italian no.2...

hopefully this is the first of many medals for him...

 

and Sadulaev...:yikes::bowdown::champion::bowdown:

I had so much hype for that, but he ended so quickly...even too quick to really enjoy the show...

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This was a really confusing fight for those who watch without commentary and have no idea about most of the basic rules of this sport :lol:

 

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Challenges after they throw each other around and one gets points and the other does't etc :d 

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32 minutes ago, heywoodu said:

This was a really confusing fight for those who watch without commentary and have no idea about most of the basic rules of this sport :lol:

 

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Challenges after they throw each other around and one gets points and the other does't etc :d 

 

yeah a bit hard for the refs as well. so many dubious situations but I think the final score was just fair. very good officiating. even though they had to be corrected by challenge review panel lol

 

in first action, JPN had a takedown first (a bit dubious if he completed the TD or not. I think he did) then RUS lifted him from the mat and threw him for 4 (that's a 4 not 2 because RUS was on his feet and not sitting on the mat) and then JPN pushed him out of the mat. so 4-3 for Russia was correct.

 

in second action in first period (didn't go to challenge but still the call might be considered dubious) JPN attacked and RUS trying for a turn exposed himself and also JPN but Japanese wrestler's shoulders didn't touch the mat and in this case attacking wrestler doesn't lose point. so 2-0 for JPN was correct. (they gave 4pts to the defensive wrestler in such action even less less dubious than this one in 2016 Olympics in Gomez-Novruzov match which was a big robbery)

 

first action in second period. something more or less similar to the last one. expect this time. RUS wasn't sitting on the mat and when JPN threw him to his back none of them had contact with the mat except their feet. first they gave just 2 to JPN but after the challenge that was 4. which was correct.

 

second action in 2nd period with 30 seconds to go. more or less simllar to the 2nd one. JPN attacked , RUS on defensive mode tried a throw but his back exposed and then he had a takedown. at first they gave 2-1 to JPN after the challenge it was 2-2. but to me the correct call was 2-1. because Takedown on counter attack is just 1pt (and not 2) they gave him 2 justifying that by probably saying JPN also had exposure , to me he didn't. I guess they knew that but since they gave the previous one to JPN and the mafia boss Tedeyev was there. they didn't want to make him very angry ! (later he showed how he will react when he is angry)

 

at 14-10 . RUS on par-terre escaped from the mat very obvious. that's 1pts penalty and continue of the par-terre position in center of the mat. center referee stupidly forgot that and after few seconds they reminded him of the mistake.

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