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2011 World Wrestling Championships

The 2011 World Wrestling Championships was held at the Sinan Erdem Dome in Istanbul, Turkey. The event took place between September 12 and September 18, 2011.[1]

2011 World Championships
2011 World Wrestling Championships logo.png
Host cityTurkey Istanbul, Turkey
Dates12–18 September
StadiumSinan Erdem Dome
Champions
Freestyle Russia
Greco-Roman Russia
Women Japan
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Contents

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia42410
2  Iran4127
3  Japan3137
4  Azerbaijan2158
5  Belarus2125
6  Bulgaria2114
7  Turkey1225
8  Ukraine1113
9  China1034
  United States1034
11  Mongolia0213
  Sweden0213
13  Kazakhstan0145
14  Georgia0134
15  Cuba0123
16  Canada0112
17  Hungary0101
  Poland0101
  Puerto Rico0101
20  Armenia0011
  Croatia0011
  Finland0011
  South Korea0011
Totals (23 nations)21214284

Team rankingEdit

Rank Men's freestyle Men's Greco-Roman Women's freestyle
Team Points Team Points Team Points
1   Russia 43   Russia 41   Japan 52
2   Iran 41   Turkey 35   Canada 33
3   United States 38   Iran 30   Mongolia 32
4   Azerbaijan 37   Belarus 25   United States 32
5   Georgia 34   Kazakhstan 23   Russia 31
6   Kazakhstan 29   Bulgaria 21   Azerbaijan 31
7   Japan 23   Azerbaijan 21   China 29
8   Belarus 22   South Korea 20   Ukraine 28
9   Bulgaria 15   Armenia 19   Sweden 17
10   Turkey 13   Hungary 19   Belarus 16

Medal summaryEdit

Men's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg
details
Viktor Lebedev
  Russia
Radoslav Velikov
  Bulgaria
Daulet Niyazbekov
  Kazakhstan
Hassan Rahimi
  Iran
60 kg
details
Besik Kudukhov
  Russia
Franklin Gómez
  Puerto Rico
Kenichi Yumoto
  Japan
Dauren Zhumagaziyev
  Kazakhstan
66 kg
details
Mehdi Taghavi
  Iran
Tatsuhiro Yonemitsu
  Japan
Jabrayil Hasanov
  Azerbaijan
Liván López
  Cuba
74 kg
details
Jordan Burroughs
  United States
Sadegh Goudarzi
  Iran
Ashraf Aliyev
  Azerbaijan
Davit Khutsishvili
  Georgia
84 kg
details
Sharif Sharifov
  Azerbaijan
Ibragim Aldatov
  Ukraine
Dato Marsagishvili
  Georgia
Albert Saritov
  Russia
96 kg
details
Reza Yazdani
  Iran
Serhat Balcı
  Turkey
Ruslan Sheikhau
  Belarus
Jake Varner
  United States
120 kg
details
Aleksey Shemarov
  Belarus
Bilyal Makhov
  Russia
Jamaladdin Magomedov
  Azerbaijan
Davit Modzmanashvili
  Georgia

Men's Greco-RomanEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg
details
Rovshan Bayramov
  Azerbaijan
Elbek Tazhyieu
  Belarus
Li Shujin
  China
Bekkhan Mankiev
  Russia
60 kg
details
Omid Norouzi
  Iran
Almat Kebispayev
  Kazakhstan
Zaur Kuramagomedov
  Russia
Ivo Angelov
  Bulgaria
66 kg
details
Saeid Abdevali
  Iran
Manuchar Tskhadaia
  Georgia
Kim Hyeon-woo
  South Korea
Pedro Mulens
  Cuba
74 kg
details
Roman Vlasov
  Russia
Selçuk Çebi
  Turkey
Neven Žugaj
  Croatia
Arsen Julfalakyan
  Armenia
84 kg
details
Alim Selimau
  Belarus
Damian Janikowski
  Poland
Nazmi Avluca
  Turkey
Rami Hietaniemi
  Finland
96 kg
details
Elis Guri
  Bulgaria
Jimmy Lidberg
  Sweden
Rustam Totrov
  Russia
Cenk İldem
  Turkey
120 kg
details
Rıza Kayaalp
  Turkey
Mijaín López
  Cuba
Nurmakhan Tinaliyev
  Kazakhstan
Bashir Babajanzadeh
  Iran

Women's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg
details
Hitomi Obara
  Japan
Mariya Stadnik
  Azerbaijan
Zhao Shasha
  China
Zhuldyz Eshimova
  Kazakhstan
51 kg
details
Zamira Rakhmanova
  Russia
Davaasükhiin Otgontsetseg
  Mongolia
Patimat Bagomedova
  Azerbaijan
Jessica MacDonald
  Canada
55 kg
details
Saori Yoshida
  Japan
Tonya Verbeek
  Canada
Tetyana Lazareva
  Ukraine
Ida-Theres Nerell
  Sweden
59 kg
details
Hanna Vasylenko
  Ukraine
Sofia Mattsson
  Sweden
Takako Saito
  Japan
Sona Ahmadli
  Azerbaijan
63 kg
details
Kaori Icho
  Japan
Marianna Sastin
  Hungary
Ochirbatyn Nasanburmaa
  Mongolia
Jing Ruixue
  China
67 kg
details
Xiluo Zhuoma
  China
Banzragchiin Oyuunsüren
  Mongolia
Yoshiko Inoue
  Japan
Adeline Gray
  United States
72 kg
details
Stanka Zlateva
  Bulgaria
Ekaterina Bukina
  Russia
Ali Bernard
  United States
Vasilisa Marzaliuk
  Belarus

Participating nationsEdit

825 competitors from 102 nations participated.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "U.S. to enter strong teams at World Wrestling Championships in Istanbul, Turkey, Sept. 12–18". USA Wrestling. 8 September 2011. Retrieved 20 September 2011.

External linksEdit