Iran’s cadet GR wrestlers stand 2nd in world

SARAJEVO, Aug. 27 (MNA) – Iranian cadet Greco-Roman wrestlers finished second in the 2015 Cadet World Championships in Bosnia and Herzegovina winning three gold medals.

Young Iranian Greco-Roman wrestlers astounded the spectators with their admirable handgrip skills at the 2015 Cadet World Championships in Bosnia and Herzegovina and snatched three gold medals.

In 42 kg division Pouya Dadmarz won the gold medal while Amin Kavianinejad (58 kg) and Amin Mirzazadeh (100kg) were the other Iranian wrestlers who garnered the gold medal letting Iran to total 41 scores and stand after Russia.

Georgia, Uzbekistan and Italy also won one gold medal each. A total of 40 countries had taken part in the 42, 58 and 100 kg categories.

The 2015 Cadet World Championships opened in Sarajevo on August 25, and will end on August 30.

Dozens of wrestlers from different countries, including Armenia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Germany, Hungary, Iran, Poland, Russia and the United States have taken part in the tournament.

 

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