2009 European Wrestling Championships

The 2009 FILA European Wrestling Championships were held in Vilnius, Lithuania. The event took place from 31 March to 5 April 2009.

BidsEdit

Five countries showed interest in hosting the tournament,[1] but only two were shortlisted: Vilnius (Lithuania) and Antalya (Turkey).[2] CELA picked Vilnius at 2008 in Tampere and FILA confirmed the choice in Beijing during Olympic games.

VenueEdit

 
Utenos pramogų arena

Championships were held in Utenos pramogų arena.[3]

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia (RUS)74516
2  Azerbaijan (AZE)5229
3  Ukraine (UKR)33511
4  Armenia (ARM)2125
5  Poland (POL)1214
6  Sweden (SWE)1135
7  Bulgaria (BUL)1056
8  Finland (FIN)1012
9  Turkey (TUR)0246
10  Belarus (BLR)0235
11  Georgia (GEO)0134
12  Romania (ROU)0123
13  Hungary (HUN)0112
14  Lithuania (LTU)0101
15  Germany (GER)0022
16  Czech Republic (CZE)0011
  France (FRA)0011
  Italy (ITA)0011
Totals (18 nations)21214284

Team rankingEdit

Rank Men's freestyle Men's Greco-Roman Women's freestyle
Team Points Team Points Team Points
1   Azerbaijan 63   Russia 54   Russia 60
2   Russia 43   Poland 31   Ukraine 49
3   Ukraine 41   Armenia 29   Poland 42
4   Turkey 39   Azerbaijan 29   Romania 27
5   Armenia 38   Belarus 26   Azerbaijan 26
6   Georgia 37   Sweden 25   Sweden 26
7   Bulgaria 27   Turkey 24   Hungary 21
8   Belarus 21   Georgia 22   Belarus 21
9   Moldova 17   Ukraine 21   Spain 19
10   Greece 11   Bulgaria 20   Bulgaria 18

Medal summaryEdit

Men's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg   Nariman Israpilov   Besarion Gochashvili   Vladislav Andreev
  Radoslav Velikov
60 kg   Zelimkhan Huseynov   Adam Batirov   Malkhaz Kurdiani
  Vasyl Fedoryshyn
66 kg   Andriy Stadnik   Jabrail Hasanov   Malkhaz Muziashvili
  Zhirayr Hovhannisyan
74 kg   Chamsulvara Chamsulvarayev   Fırat Binici   Kiril Terziev
  Murad Gaidarov
84 kg   Soslan Ktsoyev   Ibrahim Aldatov   Novruz Temrezov
  Gökhan Yavaşer
96 kg   Khetag Gazyumov   Georgy Ketoyev   Serhat Balcı
  Edgar Yenokyan
120 kg   Ali Isayev   Ruslan Basiev   Vasili Tismenetski
  Recep Kara

Men's Greco-RomanEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg   Jani Haapamäki   Mariusz Łoś   Aleksandar Kostadinov
  Bekhan Mankiev
60 kg   Islambek Albiev   Edward Barsegjan   Ivo Angelov
  Eusebiu Diaconu
66 kg   Ambako Vachadze   Mikhail Siamionau   Sharur Vardanyan
  Manuchar Tskhadaia
74 kg   Arsen Julfalakyan   Volodymyr Shatskykh   Selçuk Çebi
  Aliaksandr Kikiniou
84 kg   Alexei Mishin   Nazmi Avluca   Vitaliy Lishchynskyy
  Shalva Gadabadze
96 kg   Aslanbek Khushtov   Mindaugas Ežerskis   Marek Švec
  Jimmy Lidberg
120 kg   Yury Patrikeyev   Jalmar Sjöberg   Mihály Deák-Bárdos
  Nico Schmidt

Women's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg   Mariya Stadnik   Estera Dobre   Sarianne Savola
  Lilia Kaskarakova
51 kg   Ekatarina Krasnova   Emese Szabó   Yuliya Blahinya
  Francine De Paola
55 kg   Nataliya Synyshyn   Alena Filipava   Natalya Smirnova
  Ana Maria Pavăl
59 kg   Johanna Mattsson   Irina Khariv   Yulia Rekvava
  Meryem Selloum
63 kg   Monika Michalik   Alena Kartashova   Henna Johansson
  Stefanie Stüber
67 kg   Kateryna Burmistrova   Zumrud Gurbanhajiyeva   Ralitsa Ivanova
  Yulia Bartnovskaia
72 kg   Stanka Zlateva   Alena Starodubtseva   Agnieszka Wieszczek
  Svetlana Saenko

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Europos imtynių čempionate Vilniuje laukiama per 400 sportininkų". sportas.delfi.lt. Retrieved 29 June 2016.
  2. ^ "Europos imtynių federacija nutarė 2009 metų čempionatą rengti Vilniuje". www.delfi.lt. Retrieved 29 June 2016.
  3. ^ [1]

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