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Iran, Japan, Georgia, and Moldova All Win Gold in Greco-roman Wrestling at Buenos Aires 2018

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Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina

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STORY HEADLINE: IRAN, JAPAN, GEORGIA, AND MOLDOVA ALL WIN GOLD IN GRECO-ROMAN WRESTLING AT BUENOS AIRES 2018                             

DATE: 12 October, 2018

LOCATION: Buenos Aires, Argentina

LANGUAGE: English, Iranian, Japanese, Georgian, Moldavian

 

STORY SCRIPT:

Five gold medals were up for grabs in the Greco-Roman Wrestling session in the Asia Pavilion of the Youth Olympic Park at Buenos Aires 2018.

Amirreza Mohammadreza Dehbozorgi of Iran won gold in the 45kg category beating Ecuador’s Jeremy Peralta-Gonzalez. The 15-year-old Iranian was awarded victory by Technical Superiority – without any points scored by the opponent.

In the 51kg category, Wataru Sasaki took gold. Sasaki, who’s 17, beat Georgia’s Giorgi Tokhadze in their final. He was awarded the victory by Points – with points scored by the opponent.

Georgia’s Giorgi Chkhikvadze celebrated gold in the 60kg final. The seventeen year old beat Elmirbek Sadyrov of Kyrgyzstan, awarded victory be Technical Superiority – without any points scored by the opponent.

The 71kg category gold went to the Republic of Moldova’s Alexandrin Gutu, beating Stepan Starodubtsev of Russia. The official decision gave him Victory by Fall.

Finally, in the 92kg Men’s Greco-Roman Osman Ayadin of Turkey came up against Iran’s Mohammad Ghorbanali Nosrati. The victory went to 17-year-old Nosrati by Points – with points scored by the opponent.

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