1995 European Wrestling Championships

The 1995 European Wrestling Championships were held in the Greco-Romane in Besançon 26 – 30 April 1995; the men's Freestyle style in Fribourg 8 – 11 April 1995.[1][2]

1995 European Wrestling Championships
Host cityFrance France, Besançon Greco-Roman
Switzerland Switzerland, Fribourg Freestyle
Dates26 – 30 April 1995
8 – 11 April 1995
Champions
Freestyle Russia
Greco-Roman Russia
← 1994
1996 →

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia82313
2  Ukraine2349
3  Azerbaijan2013
4  Turkey1405
5  Germany1337
6  Bulgaria1214
7  Armenia1113
8  Poland1102
9  France1001
  Greece1001
  Sweden1001
12  Georgia0101
  Hungary0101
  Romania0101
  Slovakia0101
16  Belarus0044
17  Finland0011
  Israel0011
  Moldova0011
Totals (19 entries)20202060

Medal summaryEdit

Men's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Vugar Orujov
  Russia
László Óváry
  Hungary
Viktor Yefteni
  Ukraine
52 kg Namig Abdullayev
  Azerbaijan
Metin Topaktaş
  Turkey
Ivan Tsonov
  Bulgaria
57 kg Aslanbek Fidarov
  Ukraine
Serafim Barzakov
  Bulgaria
Arif Abdullayev
  Azerbaijan
62 kg Magomed Azizov
  Russia
Jürgen Scheibe
  Germany
Sergey Smal
  Belarus
68 kg Vadim Bogiev
  Russia
Yüksel Şanlı
  Turkey
Arayik Gevorgyan
  Armenia
74 kg Alexander Leipold
  Germany
Turan Ceylan
  Turkey
Nasir Gadžihanov
  Russia
82 kg Magomed Ibragimov
  Azerbaijan
Serhiy Hubrynyuk
  Ukraine
Rasul Katinovasov
  Russia
90 kg Makharbek Khadartsev
  Russia
Eldar Kurtanidze
  Georgia
Sagid Murtazaliev
  Ukraine
100 kg David Musulbes
  Russia
Milan Mazáč
  Slovakia
Arawat Sabejew
  Germany
130 kg Mahmut Demir
  Turkey
Mirabi Valiyev
  Ukraine
Leri Khabelov
  Russia

Men's Greco-RomanEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Ioannis Agatzanian
  Greece
Zafar Guliev
  Russia
Oleg Kutscherenko
  Germany
52 kg Armen Nazaryan
  Armenia
Alfred Ter-Mkrtchyan
  Germany
Andriy Kalashnykov
  Ukraine
57 kg Ruslan Khakymov
  Ukraine
Aghasi Manukyan
  Armenia
Jan Ulbrich
  Germany
62 kg Włodzimierz Zawadzki
  Poland
Sergey Martynov
  Russia
Igor Petrenko
  Belarus
68 kg Ghani Yalouz
  France
Ryszard Wolny
  Poland
Marko Yli-Hannuksela
  Finland
74 kg Stoyan Stoyanov
  Bulgaria
Mircea Constantin
  Romania
Vladimir Kopytov
  Belarus
82 kg Sergey Tsvir
  Russia
Hristo Stanchev
  Bulgaria
Gocha Tsitsiashvili
  Israel
90 kg Gogi Koguashvili
  Russia
Maik Bullmann
  Germany
Vyacheslav Oliynyk
  Ukraine
100 kg Mikael Ljungberg
  Sweden
Georgiy Saldadze
  Ukraine
Sergey Lishtvan
  Belarus
130 kg Aleksandr Karelin
  Russia
Şaban Donat
  Turkey
Sergei Mureiko
  Moldova

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "European Championship". International Wrestling Database. University of Leipzig. Retrieved 6 September 2021.
  2. ^ "Events | United World Wrestling".

External linksEdit