2012 European Wrestling Championships

The 2012 European Wrestling Championships were held in Belgrade, Serbia, from 8 March to 11 March 2012.

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia (RUS)52815
2  Ukraine (UKR)44311
3  Azerbaijan (AZE)2046
  Turkey (TUR)2046
5  Bulgaria (BUL)1438
6  Georgia (GEO)1326
7  Poland (POL)1113
8  Sweden (SWE)1102
9  Armenia (ARM)1034
10  Germany (GER)1023
11  Norway (NOR)1001
  Slovakia (SVK)1001
13  Hungary (HUN)0235
14  Romania (ROU)0224
15  Lithuania (LTU)0112
16  Latvia (LAT)0101
17  Belarus (BLR)0022
  Serbia (SRB)0022
19  Moldova (MDA)0011
  Spain (ESP)0011
Totals (20 nations)21214284

Team rankingEdit

Rank Men's freestyle Men's Greco-Roman Women's freestyle
Team Points Team Points Team Points
1   Russia 60   Russia 45   Ukraine 67
2   Georgia 52   Ukraine 36   Russia 53
3   Bulgaria 49   Azerbaijan 34   Sweden 31
4   Turkey 44   Bulgaria 30   Azerbaijan 31
5   Ukraine 30   Armenia 27   Poland 30
6   Belarus 28   Hungary 26   Romania 23
7   Hungary 27   Lithuania 26   Germany 20
8   Azerbaijan 26   Turkey 23   Norway 16
9   Armenia 19   Georgia 19   Latvia 15
10   Romania 16   Belarus 18   Bulgaria 15

Medal summaryEdit

Men's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg
Dzhamal Otarsultanov
  Russia
Besarion Gochashvili
  Georgia
Ahmet Peker
  Turkey
Radoslav Velikov
  Bulgaria
60 kg
Toghrul Asgarov
  Azerbaijan
Anatolie Guidea
  Bulgaria
Rasul Murtazaliev
  Russia
Malkhaz Zarkua
  Georgia
66 kg
details
Alan Gogayev
  Russia
Leonid Bazan
  Bulgaria
David Safaryan
  Armenia
Gergő Wöller
  Hungary
74 kg
Denis Tsargush
  Russia
Davit Khutsishvili
  Georgia
Alexander Gostiev
  Azerbaijan
Gábor Hatos
  Hungary
84 kg
details
Dato Marsagishvili
  Georgia
Mihail Ganev
  Bulgaria
Gheorghita Stefan
  Romania
Anzor Urishev
  Russia
96 kg
details
Abdusalam Gadisov
  Russia
Valerii Andriitsev
  Ukraine
Serhat Balcı
  Turkey
Ivan Yankouski
  Belarus
120 kg
Taha Akgül
  Turkey
Dániel Ligeti
  Hungary
Ihar Dziatko
  Belarus
Davit Modzmanashvili
  Georgia

Men's Greco-RomanEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg
Elchin Aliyev
  Azerbaijan
Péter Módos
  Hungary
Aleksandar Kostadinov
  Bulgaria
Fatih Üçüncü
  Turkey
60 kg
István Lévai
  Slovakia
Ivo Angelov
  Bulgaria
Arslan Abdullin
  Russia
Davor Štefanek
  Serbia
66 kg
Frank Stabler
  Germany
Georgian Carpen
  Romania
Islambek Albiev
  Russia
Aleksandar Maksimović
  Serbia[1][2]
74 kg
Roman Vlasov
  Russia
Manuchar Tskhadaia
  Georgia
Arsen Julfalakyan
  Armenia
Aleksandr Kazakevič
  Lithuania
84 kg
Hristo Marinov
  Bulgaria
Damian Janikowski
  Poland
Zhan Beleniuk
  Ukraine
Viktor Lőrincz
  Hungary
96 kg
Artur Aleksanyan
  Armenia
Mindaugas Ežerskis
  Lithuania
Shalva Gadabadze
  Azerbaijan
Serhiy Rutenko
  Ukraine
120 kg
Rıza Kayaalp
  Turkey
Khasan Baroev
  Russia
Yevhen Orlov
  Ukraine
Yury Patrikeyev
  Armenia

Women's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg
details
Lyudmyla Balushka
  Ukraine
Estera Dobre
  Romania
Jaqueline Schellin
  Germany
Marina Vilmova
  Russia
51 kg
Iwona Matkowska
  Poland
Oleksandra Kohut
  Ukraine
Alexandra Engelhardt
  Germany
Katya Krasnova
  Russia
55 kg
Nataliya Synyshyn
  Ukraine
Sofia Mattsson
  Sweden
Maria Gurova
  Russia
Ana Maria Paval
  Romania
59 kg
Ganna Vasylenko
  Ukraine
Anastasija Grigorjeva
  Latvia
Sona Ahmadli
  Azerbaijan
Ludmila Cristea
  Moldova
63 kg
Yuliya Ostapchuk
  Ukraine
Natalia Smirnova
  Russia
Monika Ewa Michalik
  Poland
Elif Jale Yeşilırmak
  Turkey
67 kg
Henna Johansson
  Sweden
Alla Cherkasova
  Ukraine
Dzhanan Manolova
  Bulgaria
Nadya Sementsova
  Azerbaijan
72 kg
Maja Erlandsen
  Norway
Kateryna Burmistrova
  Ukraine
Maider Unda
  Spain
Natalia Vorobieva
  Russia

Participating nationsEdit

[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ UWW database
  2. ^ Mathias Günther: "Är dopad som Mühlegg"
  3. ^ "Entry" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-03-24. Retrieved 2012-03-07.

External linksEdit

Official website