2001 World Wrestling Championships

The following is the final results of the 2001 World Wrestling Championships. Freestyle competition were held in Sofia, Bulgaria and Greco-Roman competition were held in Patras, Greece.

2001 World Championships
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Freestyle
Host cityBulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
Dates22–25 November
StadiumWinter Sports Palace
Greco-Roman
Host cityGreece Patras, Greece
Dates6–9 December
StadiumDimitris Tofalos Arena
Champions
Freestyle Russia
Greco-Roman Cuba
Women China
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Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia5319
2  Bulgaria2103
  Canada2103
4  Japan2002
5  United States1517
6  Iran1304
7  Cuba1146
8  China1113
9  Armenia1102
  Uzbekistan1102
11  Ukraine1056
12  Georgia1012
13  Belarus1001
  Poland1001
  Sweden1001
16  South Korea0224
17  Hungary0101
  Italy0101
  Mongolia0101
20  Germany0033
21  Greece0011
  Israel0011
  Norway0011
  Turkey0011
Totals (24 nations)22222266

Team rankingEdit

Rank Men's freestyle Men's Greco-Roman Women's freestyle
Team Points Team Points Team Points
1   Russia 51   Cuba 54   China 36
2   Bulgaria 46   Russia 38   Japan 33
3   Iran 37   United States 33   Ukraine 33
4   Georgia 31   Sweden 26   Germany 31
5   United States 28   Iran 24   Canada 30
6   Turkey 27   South Korea 24   Russia 25
7   Cuba 25   Hungary 24   United States 24
8   Ukraine 23   Ukraine 23   Poland 17
9   Uzbekistan 21   Armenia 19   France 14
10   South Korea 19   Uzbekistan 18   Belarus 13

Medal summaryEdit

Men's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
54 kg
details
Herman Kantoyeu
  Belarus
Babak Nourzad
  Iran
Aleksandr Kontoev
  Russia
58 kg
details
Guivi Sissaouri
  Canada
Oyuunbilegiin Pürevbaatar
  Mongolia
David Pogosian
  Georgia
63 kg
details
Serafim Barzakov
  Bulgaria
Alireza Dabir
  Iran
Elbrus Tedeyev
  Ukraine
69 kg
details
Nikolay Paslar
  Bulgaria
Amir Tavakkolian
  Iran
Jang Jae-sung
  South Korea
76 kg
details
Buvaisar Saitiev
  Russia
Moon Eui-jae
  South Korea
Joe Williams
  United States
85 kg
details
Khadzhimurad Magomedov
  Russia
Brandon Eggum
  United States
Yoel Romero
  Cuba
97 kg
details
Giorgi Gogshelidze
  Russia
Krasimir Kochev
  Bulgaria
Vadim Tasoyev
  Ukraine
130 kg
details
David Musulbes
  Russia
Artur Taymazov
  Uzbekistan
Alexis Rodríguez
  Cuba

Men's Greco-RomanEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
54 kg
details
Hassan Rangraz
  Iran
Brandon Paulson
  United States
Lázaro Rivas
  Cuba
58 kg
details
Dilshod Aripov
  Uzbekistan
Karen Mnatsakanyan
  Armenia
Roberto Monzón
  Cuba
63 kg
details
Vaghinak Galstyan
  Armenia
Kim In-sub
  South Korea
Michael Beilin
  Israel
69 kg
details
Filiberto Azcuy
  Cuba
Aleksey Glushkov
  Russia
Rustam Adzhi
  Ukraine
76 kg
details
Ara Abrahamian
  Sweden
Aleksey Mishin
  Russia
Kim Jin-soo
  South Korea
85 kg
details
Mukhran Vakhtangadze
  Georgia
Matt Lindland
  United States
Oleksandr Daragan
  Ukraine
97 kg
details
Aleksandr Bezruchkin
  Russia
Ernesto Peña
  Cuba
Mehmet Özal
  Turkey
130 kg
details
Rulon Gardner
  United States
Mihály Deák-Bárdos
  Hungary
Xenofon Koutsioumpas
  Greece

Women's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
46 kg
details
Iryna Melnik
  Ukraine
Carol Huynh
  Canada
Brigitte Wagner
  Germany
51 kg
details
Hitomi Sakamoto
  Japan
Stephanie Murata
  United States
Gao Yanzhi
  China
56 kg
details
Seiko Yamamoto
  Japan
Lubov Volosova
  Russia
Tetyana Lazareva
  Ukraine
62 kg
details
Meng Lili
  China
Diletta Giampiccolo
  Italy
Lene Aanes
  Norway
68 kg
details
Christine Nordhagen
  Canada
Toccara Montgomery
  United States
Anita Schätzle
  Germany
75 kg
details
Edyta Witkowska
  Poland
Ma Bailing
  China
Nina Englich
  Germany

Participating nationsEdit

FreestyleEdit

322 competitors from 52 nations participated.

Greco-RomanEdit

243 competitors from 53 nations participated.

ReferencesEdit