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2013 European Wrestling Championships

The 2013 European Wrestling Championships were held in Tbilisi, Georgia, from 19 March to 24 March 2013.

2013 European Championships
Host cityGeorgia (country) Tbilisi, Georgia
Dates19–24 March
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Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia (RUS)63615
2  Ukraine (UKR)23611
3  Georgia (GEO)2237
4  Turkey (TUR)2147
5  Armenia (ARM)2125
  Belarus (BLR)2125
7  Bulgaria (BUL)1236
8  Poland (POL)1203
9  Hungary (HUN)1113
10  Latvia (LAT)1001
  Sweden (SWE)1001
12  Azerbaijan (AZE)0167
13  Great Britain (GBR)0101
  Greece (GRE)0101
  Israel (ISR)0101
  Spain (ESP)0101
17  Germany (GER)0033
18  Croatia (CRO)0022
  France (FRA)0022
20  Finland (FIN)0011
  Slovakia (SVK)0011
Totals (21 nations)21214284

Team rankingEdit

Rank Men's freestyle Men's Greco-Roman Women's freestyle
Team Points Team Points Team Points
1   Russia 52   Russia 51   Ukraine 52
2   Georgia 43   Bulgaria 45   Russia 48
3   Ukraine 41   Georgia 40   Poland 43
4   Turkey 33   Azerbaijan 37   Germany 31
5   Bulgaria 33   Turkey 36   Bulgaria 24
6   Armenia 29   Armenia 31   Azerbaijan 23
7   Azerbaijan 27   Belarus 28   Turkey 23
8   Belarus 24   Ukraine 24   Belarus 21
9   Moldova 21   France 17   Romania ?
10   Germany 19   Germany 17   Spain 15

Medal summaryEdit

Men's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg
details
Giorgi Edisherashvili
  Georgia
Uladzislau Andreyeu
  Belarus
Sezar Akgul
  Turkey
Yashar Aliyev
  Azerbaijan
60 kg
details
Opan Sat
  Russia
Vladimir Dubov
  Bulgaria
Vladimer Khinchegashvili
  Georgia
Tim Schleicher
  Germany
66 kg
details
David Safaryan
  Armenia
Yakup Gör
  Turkey
Alexandr Kontoyev
  Belarus
Ilyas Bekbulatov
  Russia
74 kg
details
Aniuar Geduev
  Russia
Gábor Hatos
  Hungary
Giya Chykhladze
  Ukraine
Leonid Bazan
  Bulgaria
84 kg
details
Dato Marsagishvili
  Georgia
Musa Murtazaliev
  Armenia
Ibragim Aldatov
  Ukraine
Anzor Urishev
  Russia
96 kg
details
Pavlo Oliinyk
  Ukraine
Kamil Skaskiewicz
  Poland
Lyuben Iliev
  Bulgaria
Vladislav Baitcaev
  Russia
120 kg
details
Taha Akgül
  Turkey
Alen Zasyeyev
  Ukraine
Jamaladdin Magomedov
  Azerbaijan
Geno Petriashvili
  Georgia

Men's Greco-RomanEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg
details
Elbek Tazhyieu
  Belarus
Elchin Aliyev
  Azerbaijan
Bekkhan Mankiev
  Russia
Fatih Üçüncü
  Turkey
60 kg
details
Ivo Angelov
  Bulgaria
Ivan Kuylakov
  Russia
Kamran Mammadov
  Azerbaijan
István Lévai
  Slovakia
66 kg
details
Tamás Lőrincz
  Hungary
Adam Kurak
  Russia
Artak Margaryan
  France
Hasan Aliyev
  Azerbaijan
74 kg
details
Roman Vlasov
  Russia
Zurabi Datunashvili
  Georgia
Bozo Starcevic
  Croatia
Yavor Yanakiev
  Bulgaria
84 kg
details
Aleksey Mishin
  Russia
Vladimer Gegeshidze
  Georgia
Artur Shahinyan
  Armenia
Nenad Zugaj
  Croatia
96 kg
details
Artur Aleksanyan
  Armenia
Vladislav Metodiev
  Bulgaria
Mélonin Noumonvi
  France
Cenk Ildem
  Turkey
120 kg
details
Riza Kayaalp
  Turkey
Yevhenii Orlov
  Ukraine
Vachik Yeghiazaryan
  Armenia
Guram Pherselidze
  Georgia

Women's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg
details
Valeriya Chepsarakova
  Russia
Yana Stadnik
  Great Britain
Jacqueline Schellin
  Germany
Patimat Bagomedova
  Azerbaijan
51 kg
details
Roksana Zasina
  Poland
*Yuliya Blahinya
  Ukraine
Ekatarina Krasnova
  Russia
*Tiina Ylinen
  Finland
55 kg
details
Sofia Mattsson
  Sweden
Maria Prevolaraki
  Greece
Iryna Husyak
  Ukraine
Emese Barka
  Hungary
59 kg
details
Anastasiya Huchok
  Belarus
Zhargalma Tsyrenova
  Russia
Tetyana Lavrenchuk
  Ukraine
Hafize Sahin
  Turkey
63 kg
details
Anastasija Grigorjeva
  Latvia
Monika Michalik
  Poland
Hanna Beliayeva
  Azerbaijan
Ganna Vasylenko
  Ukraine
67 kg
details
Alina Stadnik
  Ukraine
Ilana Kratysh
  Israel
Aline Focken
  Germany
Svetlana Babushkina
  Russia
72 kg
details
Natalia Vorobieva
  Russia
Maider Unda
  Spain
Vasilisa Marzaliuk
  Belarus
Kateryna Burmistrova
  Ukraine

(*) Romanian original silver medallist Estera Dobre was disqualified after her doping sample had been tested positive in August 2013.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Yle Urheilu. "Romanialaispainija kärähti - Ylinen nousi EM-pronssille". Yle Urheilu.