2015 in combat sports

Years in combat sports

2015 in sports

Amateur boxingEdit

World boxing championshipsEdit

AIBA confederationsEdit

  • May 15 – 24: 2015 EUBC European Confederation Junior Boxing Championships in   Lviv[5]
    • Host nation,   Ukraine, won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • June 7 – 14: 2015 ASBC Asian Confederation Junior Boxing Championships in   Tashkent[6]
    • Host nation,   Uzbekistan, won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • June 25 – 30: 2015 AMBC American Confederation Junior Boxing Championships in   San José, Costa Rica[7]
    • 46 kg winner:   Abner Figueroa
    • 48 kg winner:   Taylor Lopez
    • 54 kg winner:   José Núñez
    • 57 kg winner:   Eury Cedeño
    • 75 kg winner:   José Carlos Lopez Quintanilla
    • The   Dominican Republic won the gold medal tally.   Costa Rica won the overall medal tally.[8]
  • August 6 – 15: 2015 ASBC Asian Confederation Women's Boxing Championships in   Wūlánchábù[9]
    •   China won six (out of 10) gold medals in this event.
  • August 7 – 15: 2015 EUBC European Confederation Boxing Championships in   Samokov[10]
  • August 15 – 24: 2015 EUBC European Confederation Women's Junior / Youth Boxing Championships in   Keszthely[11]
    • Junior:   Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Youth: Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • August 17 – 22: 2015 AMBC American Confederation Boxing Championships in   Vargas[12]
    •   Cuba won seven, out of ten, weight classes in this event.[13]
  • August 18 – 24: 2015 AFBC African Confederation Boxing Championships in   Casablanca
    •   Morocco won five, out of ten, weight classes in this event.[14]
  • August 26 – September 5: 2015 ASBC Asian Confederation Boxing Championships in   Bangkok[15]
  • August 29 – September 1: 2015 OCBC Oceania Confederation Boxing Championships in   Canberra[16]
    •   Australia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • November 20 – 29: 2015 EUBC European Confederation Youth Boxing Championships in   Kołobrzeg
    •   Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.

2016 Summer OlympicsEdit

  • December 4 – 6: Aquece Rio International Boxing Tournament 2015 in   Brazil (Olympic Test Event)[17]

FencingEdit

FIE World championshipsEdit

  • April 1 – 9: 2015 World Junior and Cadets Fencing Championships in   Tashkent[19]
  • Junior Men
    • Men's Junior Individual Épée winner:   Hippolyte Bouillot[20]
    • Men's Junior Team Épée winners:   Germany[21]
    • Men's Junior Individual Foil winner:   Damiano Rosatelli[22]
    • Men's Junior Team Foil winners:   Italy[23]
    • Men's Junior Individual Sabre winner:   Eli Dershwitz[24]
    • Men's Junior Team Sabre winners:   South Korea[25]
  • Junior Women
    • Women's Junior Individual Épée winner:   Coraline Vitalis[26]
    • Women's Junior Team Épée winners:   Italy[27]
    • Women's Junior Individual Foil winner:   Sara Taffel[28]
    • Women's Junior Team Foil winners:   Italy[29]
    • Women's Junior Individual Sabre winner:   Caroline Queroli[30]
    • Women's Junior Team Sabre winners:   Italy[31]
  • Cadet Men
    • Men's Cadet Individual Épée winner:   KIM Myeong-ki[32]
    • Men's Cadet Individual Foil winner:   Sam Moelis[33]
    • Men's Cadet Individual Sabre winner:   KIM Dong-ju[34]
  • Cadet Women
    • Women's Cadet Individual Épée winner:   Alexandra Predescu[35]
    • Women's Cadet Individual Foil winner:   Leonie Ebert[36]
    • Women's Cadet Individual Sabre winner:   Olga Nikitina[37]
  • July 13 – 19: 2015 World Fencing Championships in   Moscow
    •   Russia and   Italy won 4 gold medals each. Russia won the overall medal tally.
  • October 20 – 25: 2015 World Veterans Fencing Championships in   Limoges[38]

FIE Continental championshipsEdit

FIE Grand PrixEdit

  • November 28, 2014 – May 31, 2015: 2014–15 FIE Grand Prix events

ÉpéeEdit

FoilEdit

SabreEdit

FIE World CupEdit

Men's ÉpéeEdit

(Individual and Team events)

Women's ÉpéeEdit

(Individual and Team events)

Men's FoilEdit

(Individual and Team events)

Women's FoilEdit

(Individual and Team events)

Men's SabreEdit

(Individual and Team events)

Women's SabreEdit

(Individual and Team events)

Wheelchair fencing World Cup & ChampionshipsEdit

Other fencing eventsEdit

  • February 3–8: CPE Cadet & Junior American Championships 2015 in   Toronto
  • February 24 – March 5: Fencing EFC Cadet & Junior European Championships 2015 in   Maribor
    •   Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • February 28 – March 9: Fencing FCA Cadet & Junior Asian Championships 2015 in   Abu Dhabi
    •   Japan won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • March 1–5: Fencing CAE Cadet & Junior African Championships 2015 in   Algiers
    •   Egypt won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • April 22–26: Fencing EFC Under 23 European Championships 2015 in   Vicenza
    •   Italy won both the gold and overall medal tallies.

JudoEdit

World judo championshipsEdit

Judo Grand SlamEdit

  • May 8 – December 6: 2015 Judo Grand Slam events

Judo Grand PrixEdit

European Judo Union (EJU)Edit

  • February 7 – October 11: 2015 European Open events

European Judo CupEdit

  • March 7 – November 1: 2015 European Judo Cup events

Pan American Judo Confederation (CPJ)Edit

  • March 7 – August 2: 2015 Pan American Open events

African Judo Union (AJU)Edit

  • January 17 – November 8: 2015 African Open events
    • January 17 & 18: African Open #1 in   Tunis
      •   France won both the gold and overall medal tallies.[161]
    • March 14 & 15: African Open #2 in   Casablanca
      •   France won both the gold and overall medal tallies.[162]
    • November 7 & 8: African Open #3 (final) in   Port Louis
      •   Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.[163]

Other judo competitionsEdit

KickboxingEdit

Kunlun FightEdit

TaekwondoEdit

WTFEdit

  • January 16 – December 6: 2015 WTF Open and Other Events Calendar[178]
    • January 16 – 18: 2015 Greek Open in   Thessaloniki[179]
      • Men's -54 kg winner:   Sotirios Boutios
      • Men's -58 kg winner:   Levent Tuncat
      • Men's -63 kg winner:   Jaouad Achab
      • Men's -68 kg winner:   Anthony Stephenson
      • Men's -74 kg winner:   Júlio Ferreira
      • Men's -80 kg winner:   Roberto Botta
      • Men's -87 kg winner:   Ahmad Mohammadi
      • Men's Heavyweight (+87 kg) winner:   Sajjad Mardani
      • Women's -46 kg winner:   Kyriaki Kuottouki
      • Women's -49 kg winner:   Tijana Bogdanović
      • Women's -53 kg winner:   Indra Craen
      • Women's -57 kg winner:   Anna-Lena Frömming
      • Women's -62 kg winner:   Marta Calvo Gómez
      • Women's -67 kg winner:   Ana Bajić
      • Women's -73 kg winner:   Iva Radoš
      • Women's Heavyweight (+73 kg) winner:   Aleksandra Kowalczuk
    • January 20 – 25: 2015 US Open in   Orlando, Florida[180]
      • Men's -54 kg winner:   Venilton Teixeira
      • Men's -58 kg winner:   Cheng Ching Huang
      • Men's -63 kg winner:   Zhao Shuai
      • Men's -68 kg winner:   José Antonio Rosillo
      • Men's -74 kg winner:   TJ Curry
      • Men's -80 kg winner:   Damon Sansum
      • Men's -87 kg winner:   Lutalo Muhammad
      • Men's Heavyweight (+87 kg) winner:   Abdoula Issoufou Alfaga
      • Women's -46 kg winner:   Lin Wan-ting
      • Women's -49 kg winner:   Wenren Yuntao
      • Women's -53 kg winner:   Huang Yun-wen
      • Women's -57 kg winner:   Cheyenne Lewis
      • Women's -62 kg winner:   Hua Zhang
      • Women's -67 kg winner:   Guo Yunfei
      • Women's -73 kg winner:   Reshmie Oogink
      • Women's Heavyweight (+73 kg) winner:   Aleksandra Kowalczuk
    • January 31 & February 1: 2015 Bosnia Open in   Sarajevo[182]
      •   Croatia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • February 5 – 7: 2015 Fujairah Open in the   United Arab Emirates[183]
      •   Iran won the gold medal tally. Iran and   Kazakhstan won 11 overall medals each.
    • February 10 & 11: 2015 European Taekwondo Club Championships in   Antalya[184]
      •   Croatia won the gold medal tally. Host nation,   Turkey, won the overall medal tally.
    • February 13 – 15: 2015 Turkish Open in   Antalya[185]
      • Host nation,   Turkey, won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • February 13 – 15: 2015 Canada Open in   Toronto[186][187]
      •   Mexico won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • February 13 – 15: 2015 Asian Clubs Taekwondo Championships in   Tehran[188]
      • Overall club winner:   Shehrdari Varamin
    • February 16 – 18: 2015 Fajr Open in   Tehran[189]
      •   Iran won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • February 20 – 22: 2015 African Taekwondo Union (AFTU) International Open in   Alexandria[190]
      •   Brazil and   Spain won 4 gold medals each.   France won the overall medal tally.
    • February 27 – March 1: 2015 Luxor Open in   Egypt[191]
      •   Spain won the gold medal tally.   Russia won the overall medal tally.
    • March 6 – 9: 2015 Qatar Open in   Doha (debut event)[192]
      •   South Korea won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • March 7 & 8: 2015 Swiss Open in   Clarens, Switzerland[193]
      • Five nations won 2 gold medals each.   Germany won the overall medal tally.
    • March 13 – 15: 2015 Mexican Open in   Aguascalientes[194]
      • Host nation,   Mexico, won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • March 13 – 15: 2015 Dutch Open in   Eindhoven[195]
    • May 29 – 31: 2015 Paraguay Open in   Asunción[196]
      •   Brazil and   South Korea won 4 gold medals each. Brazil won the overall medal tally.
    • June 5 – 7: 2015 Bolivia Open in   Santa Cruz de la Sierra[197]
    • June 26 – 28: 2015 Australian Open in   Melbourne[198]
      •   South Korea won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • September 3 – 6: 2015 Indonesian Open in   Pekanbaru[199]
      • Senior:   South Korea won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
      • Junior:   Indonesia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • September 6 & 7: 2015 Israel Open in   Ramla[200]
      •   Spain and   Russia won 3 gold medals each. Russia won the overall medal tally.
    • October 25 – 28: 2015 Kazakhstan Open in   Almaty[201]
  • March 25 – 29: 2015 European Championships Olympic Weight Categories in   Nalchik[202]
    •   Turkey won the gold medal tally. Host nation,   Russia, won the overall medal tally.
  • April 11 – 14: 2015 Asian Junior Taekwondo and Poomsae Championships in   Taipei
    •   South Korea won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • April 14 – 16: 2015 Asian Cadet Taekwondo Championships in   Taipei (debut event)
    •   Iran won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • August 14 – 16: WTF World Grand Prix Moscow 2015 in   Russia[203]
    •   South Korea won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • September 11 – 13: 2015 Pan American Open Taekwondo Championships in   Aguascalientes[204]
    •   Mexico won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • September 18 – 20: WTF World Grand Prix Samsun 2015 in   Turkey[205]
    •   Russia won the gold medal tally.   Iran won the overall medal tally.
  • October 8 – 11: 2015 Taekwondo XVII Open Cidade Maravilhosa Internacional in   Rio de Janeiro[206]
    •   Brazil won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • October 16 – 18: WTF World Grand Prix Manchester 2015 in   Great Britain[207]
  • December 5 & 6: WTF World Grand Prix Mexico City Final 2015 in   Mexico[208]

WTF World ChampionshipsEdit

WTF Para-Taekwondo championshipsEdit

  • April 17: 2015 Asian Para-Taekwondo Championships in   Taipei (debut event)[211]
    •   Iran won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • April 20: 2015 European Para-Taekwondo Championships in   Chișinău[212]
    •   Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • September 15 – 17: 2015 WTF World Para-Taekwondo Championships in   Samsun

WrestlingEdit

January WRLEdit

  • January 3 & 4: Nordhagen Classic 2015 in   Calgary
    • Junior Women's Freestyle: The   United States won the gold medal tally.   Canada and the United States won 7 overall medals each.
    • Senior Women's Freestyle: Canada won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • January 10: XXXVI Herman Kare 2015 in   Kouvola
    • Greco-Roman:   Russia won the gold medal tally. Host nation,   Finland, won the overall medal tally.
  • January 22 – 26: Golden Grand Prix Ivan Yarygin 2015 in   Krasnoyarsk
    • Men's Freestyle:   Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Women's Freestyle: Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • January 28 – 31: Dave Schultz Memorial 2015 in   Colorado Springs, Colorado
    • Men's Freestyle: The   United States won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Women's Freestyle: The United States won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Greco-Roman:   Kazakhstan won the gold medal tally. The United States won the overall medal tally.
  • January 29 & 30: Yadegar Imam Cup 2015 in   Mashhad
    • Cadet Men's Freestyle:   Iran won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Cadet Greco-Roman: Iran won both the gold and overall medal tallies.

February WRLEdit

  • February 6 & 7: 24th Flatz Open in   Wolfurt
    • Junior Men's Freestyle:   Germany won the gold medal tally.   Poland won the overall medal tally.
    • Cadet Men's Freestyle:   Sweden won the gold medal tally. Poland won the overall medal tally.
    • Junior Women's Freestyle:   Mongolia won the gold medal tally. Poland won the overall medal tally.
  • February 6 – 8: Aarhus Open 2015 in   Denmark
    • Junior Greco-Roman: The   Czech Republic and   Norway won 2 gold medals each. Host nation,   Denmark, won the overall medal tally.
    • Cadet Greco-Roman: The Czech Republic and   Germany won 3 gold medals each. The Czech Republic won the overall medal tally.
  • February 11 – 15: Granma y Cerro Pelado 2015 in   Havana
    • Men's Freestyle: The   United States won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Women's Freestyle: The United States won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Greco-Roman: Host nation,   Cuba, won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • February 12 & 13: Takhti Cup 2015 in   Kermanshah
    • Men's Freestyle:   Iran won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Greco-Roman:   Ukraine and Iran won both 3 gold medals each. Iran won the overall medal tally.
    • Pahlavani +90 kg winner:   Jaber Sadeghzadeh
  • February 13 – 15: Klippan Lady Open 2015 in   Klippan, Scania
    • Senior Women's Freestyle:   China won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Cadet Women's Freestyle:   Japan won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • February 27 & 28: Austrian Open 2015 in   Götzis
    • Junior Greco-Roman:   Kazakhstan won both the gold and overall medal tallies.

March WRLEdit

  • March 5 – 7: Medved 2015 in   Minsk
    • Men's Freestyle: Host nation,   Belarus, and   Russia won 2 gold medals each. Belarus won the overall medal tally.
    • Women's Freestyle: Host nation, Belarus, won the gold medal tally. Russia won the overall medal tally.
  • March 6 – 8: Petko Sirakov and Ivan Iliev 2015 in   Sofia
    • Junior Men's Freestyle:   Georgia won the gold medal tally. Host nation,   Bulgaria, won the overall medal tally.
    • Junior Women's Freestyle:   Russia won the gold medal tally. Bulgaria won the overall medal tally.
    • Junior Greco-Roman:   Turkey won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • March 7 & 8: Roman Dmitriyev Memorial 2015 in   Yakutsk
    • Junior Men's Freestyle:   Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies. (Note: Russia won all 8 gold medals in this event.)
  • March 14: Thor Masters 2015 in   Nykøbing Falster
    • Greco-Roman:   Germany won the gold medal tally.   Denmark and Germany won 4 overall medals each.
  • March 14 & 15: Prix of the Buryatia Republic's President 2015 in   Ulan-Ude
    • Men's Freestyle: Host nation,   Russia, won the gold medal tally.   Mongolia won the overall medal tally.
  • March 27 – 29: Mongolia Open 2015 in   Ulaanbaatar
    • Men's Freestyle: Host nation,   Mongolia, won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Women's Freestyle: Mongolia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • March 28 & 29: V. Freidenfelds Cup 2015 in   Riga
    • Junior Men's Freestyle:   Georgia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Junior Women's Freestyle:   Belarus won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Junior Greco-Roman: Georgia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • March 28 & 29: Yaşar Doğu 2015 in   Istanbul
    • Men's Freestyle:   Russia won the gold medal tally.   Turkey and Russia won 8 overall medals each.

April WRLEdit

  • April 4 & 5: Vehbi Emre & Hamit Kaplan 2015 in   Istanbul
    • Greco-Roman: Host nation,   Turkey, won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • April 11: Croatia Open 2015 in   Zagreb
    • Cadet Greco-Roman:   Hungary won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • April 11 & 12: Abdelaziz Oueslati Memorial 2015 in   Tunis
    • Men's Freestyle:   Poland won the gold medal tally. Host nation,   Tunisia, won the overall medal tally.
    • Greco-Roman:   Egypt won the gold medal tally. Tunisia won the overall medal tally.
  • April 16 – 19: Azerbaijan Wrestling Federation Cup 2015 in   Baku
    • Junior Men's Freestyle:   Azerbaijan won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Junior Greco-Roman: Azerbaijan won the gold medal tally. Azerbaijan and   Georgia won 9 overall medals each.
    • Cadet Men's Freestyle: Azerbaijan and   Uzbekistan won 4 gold medals each. Azerbaijan won the overall medal tally.
    • Cadet Greco-Roman:   Iran won the gold medal tally. Azerbaijan won the overall medal tally.
  • April 24 – 26: Dan Kolov & Nikola Petrov 2015 in   Sofia
    • Men's Freestyle:   Bulgaria won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Women's Freestyle:   Sweden and   Turkey won 2 gold medals each. Bulgaria, Turkey, and   Ukraine won 5 overall medals each.
    • Greco-Roman: Bulgaria won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • April 24 – 26: Adriatic Trophy 2015 in   Poreč
    • Junior Greco-Roman:   Bulgaria and   Hungary won 2 gold medals each.   Germany won the overall medal tally.

May WRLEdit

  • May 2 & 3: Mukhran Vakhtangadze 2015 in   Batumi
    • Junior Greco-Roman:   Georgia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • May 9: Ljubomir Ivanović Gedza 2015 in   Belgrade
    • Greco-Roman:   Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • May 9: Macedonian Pearl 2015 in   Radoviš
    • Men's Freestyle:   North Macedonia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • May 16 & 17: Olympia 2015 in   Olympia
    • Men's Freestyle:   Russia won the gold medal tally.   Moldova won the overall medal tally.
    • Women's Freestyle:   Canada and   Mexico won 3 gold medals each. Canada won the overall medal tally.
    • Greco-Roman: Moldova won the gold medal tally.   Greece won the overall medal tally.
  • May 16 & 17: Jovenes Promesas 2015 in   San Javier, Murcia
    • Junior Men's Freestyle:   Canada won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Junior Women's Freestyle: Canada and   Italy won 3 gold medals each. Canada and   Spain won 7 overall medals each.
    • Junior Greco-Roman:   Austria and Spain won 2 gold medals each. Spain won the overall medal tally.
    • Cadet Men's Freestyle: Italy won the gold medal tally. Canada won the overall medal tally.
    • Cadet Women's Freestyle: Canada and Spain won 4 gold medals each. Spain won the overall medal tally.
    • Cadet Greco-Roman: Spain won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • May 22 – 24: Mithat Bayrak & İsmet Atlı 2015 in   Antalya
    • Junior Men's Freestyle:   Turkey and   Russia won 3 gold and 12 overall medals each.
    • Junior Women's Freestyle: Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Junior Greco-Roman: Turkey won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • May 23 & 24: Nordic Championship 2015 in   Bodø
    • Women's Freestyle:   Norway won all the gold medals and have won the overall medal tally, too.
    • Greco-Roman:   Sweden won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Junior Greco-Roman: Sweden and   Denmark won 2 gold medals each. Sweden and   Finland won 5 overall medals each.
    • Cadet Women's Freestyle: Sweden won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Cadet Greco-Roman: Norway and Sweden won 3 gold medals each. Finland won the overall medal tally.
  • May 30: Milone Trophy Matteo Pellicone Memorial 2015 in   Sassari
    • Greco-Roman:   Mexico won the gold medal tally.   Italy won the overall medal tally.
  • May 30: Sassari City Matteo Pellicone Memorial 2015 in   Sassari
    • Men's Freestyle:   India won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Women's Freestyle:   Kazakhstan won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • May 30 & 31: Asashoryu Cup 2015 in   Ulaanbaatar
    • Cadet Men's and Women's Freestyle:   Mongolia won both the gold and overall medal tallies in these two categories.

June WRLEdit

  • June 4 – 6: Pat Shaw Memorial 2015 in   Guatemala City
    • Junior Men's Freestyle:   Guatemala won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Junior Greco-Roman:   Honduras won the gold medal tally. Guatemala won the overall medal tally.
    • Cadet Men's Freestyle: Guatemala won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Cadet Greco-Roman: Guatemala won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • June 6: Brandenburg Cup 2015 in   Frankfurt / Oder
    • Junior Greco-Roman:   Germany won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • June 13: Canada Cup 2015 in   Guelph
    • Men's Freestyle:   Canada won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Women's Freestyle: Canada won both the gold and overall medal tallies.

July WRLEdit

  • July 3 – 5: Ali Aliyev 2015 in   Kaspiysk[214]
    • Men's Freestyle:   Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • July 4: Refik Memišević Brale 2015 in   Subotica[215]
    • Cadet Greco-Roman:   Hungary and   Turkey won 3 gold medals each. Hungary won the overall medal tally.
  • July 18 & 19: Stepan Sargsyan Cup 2015 in   Yerevan[216]
    • Men's Freestyle:   Armenia won the gold medal tally. Armenia and   Russia won 9 overall medals each.
  • July 18 & 19: Ion Cornianu & Ladislau Șimon 2015 in   Bucharest[217]
    • Men's Freestyle:   Germany and   Moldova won 3 gold medals each. Germany won the overall medal tally.
    • Women's Freestyle:   Romania won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Greco-Roman: Romania won the gold medal tally. Germany won the overall medal tally.
  • July 24 – 26: Poland Open, Ziółkowski & Pytlasinski 2015 in   Warsaw[218]
    • Men's Freestyle:   Iran won the gold medal tally.   Turkey won the overall medal tally.
    • Women's Freestyle:   Belarus and   Mongolia won 2 gold medals each.   Poland won the overall medal tally.
    • Greco-Roman:   Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • July 24 – 26: Kazakhstan President Cup 2015 in   Astana[219]
    • Team Men's Freestyle Results
    • Team Women's Freestyle Results
      • Gold: Kazakhstan Team #1; Silver:   India; Bronze: Mongolia
    • Team Greco-Roman Results

October WRLEdit

  • October 2 – 4: Dmitry Korkin 2015 in   Yakutsk[220]
    • Men's Freestyle:   Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • October 9 – 11: Bolat Turlykhanov Memorial 2015 in   Semey[221]
    • Greco-Roman:   Kazakhstan won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • October 9 – 11: Ramzan Kadirov of Adlan Varaev 2015 in   Grozny[222]
    • Men's Freestyle:   Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • October 16 – 18: Intercontinental Cup 2015 in   Khasavyurt[223]
    • Men's Freestyle:   Russia won all the gold medals and won the overall medal tally, too.
  • October 23 – 25: Republic Cup 2015 in   Istanbul[224]
    • Junior Men's Freestyle:   Russia won the gold medal tally.   Turkey won the overall medal tally.
    • Junior Greco-Roman:   Hungary won the gold medal tally. Turkey won the overall medal tally.
  • October 24: Kristjan Palusalu Memorial 2015 in   Tallinn[225]
    • Greco-Roman:   Poland won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • October 29 & 30: Martyrs Cup 2015 in   Tehran[226]

November WRLEdit

  • November 6 & 7: NYAC / Bill Farrell 2015 in   New York City[227]
    • Men's Freestyle: The   United States won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Women's Freestyle:   Canada won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Greco-Roman: The United States won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • November 6 – 8: Open Cup of European Nations, Alrosa Cup 2015 in   Moscow[228]
    • Men's Freestyle:   Russia won all the gold medals.   Azerbaijan won all the silver medals.   Georgia won all the bronze medals.
    • Women's Freestyle: Russia won all the gold medals.   Ukraine won all the silver medals.   Poland won all the bronze medals.
    • Greco-Roman: Russia won all the gold medals. Azerbaijan won all the silver medals.   Belarus won all the bronze medals.
  • November 19 & 20: Oleg Karavayev 2015 in   Minsk[229]
    • Greco-Roman:   Russia won all the gold medals.   Belarus won all the rest of the medals.
  • November 21: Vantaa Cup 2015 in   Finland[230]
    • Greco-Roman:   Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • November 21 & 22: Ibrahim Moustafa 2015 in   Sharm el-Sheikh[231]
    • Men's Freestyle:   Egypt won all the gold medals and won the overall medal tally, too.
    • Greco-Roman: Egypt won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • November 26 & 27: World Wrestling Clubs Cup 2015 #1 in   Mazandaran[232]
    • Men's Freestyle:   Bimeh Razi Joubary
  • November 27 & 28: 41st Henri Deglane Challenge 2015 in   Nice[233]
    • Men's Freestyle:   Romania and the   United States won 2 gold medals each. Romania and   France won 5 overall medals each.
    • Women's Freestyle:   Cuba won the gold medal tally. Romania won the overall medal tally.
  • November 27 – 29: Kunayev D.A. 2015 in   Taraz[234]
    • Men's Freestyle:   Russia won the gold medal tally.   Kazakhstan won the overall medal tally.
  • November 28: Arvo Haavisto 2015 in   Ilmajoki[235]
    • Greco-Roman:   Poland won the gold medal tally.   Finland won the overall medal tally.

December WRLEdit

  • December 5 & 6: Haparanda Cup 2015 in   Sweden[236]
    • Greco-Roman:   Russia and   Sweden won 4 gold medals each. Sweden won the overall medal tally.
  • December 11 & 12: Brazil Cup 2015 in   Rio de Janeiro[237]
    • Women's Freestyle:   Brazil won almost every medal here.
    • Greco-Roman: Brazil won almost every medal here.

World wrestling championshipsEdit

  • August 11 – 16: 2015 World Junior Wrestling Championships in   Salvador, Bahia[238]
    • Junior Men's Freestyle:   Azerbaijan won the gold medal tally.   Iran won the overall medal tally.
    • Junior Women's Freestyle:   Japan won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Junior Greco-Roman:   Georgia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • August 25 – 30: 2015 World Cadet Wrestling Championships in   Sarajevo[239]
    • Cadet Men's Freestyle:   Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Cadet Women's Freestyle:   Japan won the gold medal tally. Japan and Russia won 8 overall medals each.
    • Cadet Greco-Roman:   Iran won the gold medal tally. Russia won the overall medal tally.
  • September 7 – 12: 2015 World Wrestling Championships in   Las Vegas[240]
    •   Russia and the   United States won 4 gold medals each. Russia won the overall medal tally.
  • October 13 – 18: 2015 World Veterans Wrestling Championships in   Athens[241]
    • Go to this event's UWW's web page to get detailed results.

Wrestling World CupsEdit

Wrestling Grand PrixEdit

  • January 31 & February 1: 2015 Grand Prix of Paris in   France[245]
    • Men's Freestyle:   Iran won the gold tally. Iran and   Azerbaijan won 6 overall medals each.
    • Women's Freestyle:   China won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Greco-Roman:   Lithuania won the gold medal tally. Azerbaijan and   Poland won 5 overall medals each.
  • February 21 & 22: 2015 Grand Prix Zagreb Open in   Croatia[246]
    • Greco-Roman:   Belarus won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • March 7 & 8: 2015 Hungarian Grand Prix in   Szombathely[247]
    • Greco-Roman:   Hungary won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • May 23 & 24: 2015 Grand Prix of Germany in   Dormagen[248]
    • Women's Freestyle:   Russia and   Sweden won 2 gold medals each. Russia won the overall medal tally.
    • Cadet Women's Freestyle: Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • July 11 & 12: 2015 Grand Prix of Spain in   Madrid[249]
    • Men's Freestyle: The   United States won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Women's Freestyle:   China won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Greco-Roman:   Armenia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • November 27 – 29: 2015 Golden Grand Prix in   Baku[250]
    • Men's Freestyle:   Azerbaijan won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Women's Freestyle:   China,   Russia, and the   United States won 2 gold medals each. China, Russia, and   Japan won 4 overall medals each.
    • Greco-Roman: Azerbaijan won both the gold and overall medal tallies.

Continental wrestling championshipsEdit

  • March 20 – 22: 2015 Oceania Wrestling Championships in   Majuro[251]
    • Senior
    • Men's Freestyle:   Australia and   Palau won 3 gold medals each. The   Marshall Islands won the overall medal tally.
    • Women's Freestyle: The Marshall Islands took 2 gold medals.   New Zealand won one gold medal.
    • Greco-Roman: Australia won the gold medal tally. The   Federated States of Micronesia won the overall medal tally.
    • Junior
    • Junior Men's Freestyle:   Guam and Palau won 2 gold medals each. The Marshall Islands and the Federated States of Micronesia won 4 overall medals each.
    • Junior Women's Freestyle: The Marshall Islands' wrestler, Ilania Keju, was the only woman competitor here.
    • Junior Greco-Roman:   American Samoa won the gold medal tally. The Marshall Islands, Palau, and the Federated States of Micronesia won 3 overall medals each.
    • Cadet
    • Cadet Men's Freestyle: The Marshall Islands won the gold medal tally. The Marshall Islands and the Federated States of Micronesia won 3 overall medals each.
    • Cadet Women's Freestyle: There were only two Guamanian women competitors here.
    • Cadet Greco-Roman: The Marshall Islands won the gold medal tally. The Marshall Islands and the Federated States of Micronesia won 3 overall medals each.
  • March 24 – 29: 2015 European U23 Wrestling Championship in   Wałbrzych[252]
    • Men's Freestyle:   Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Women's Freestyle: Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Greco-Roman:   Moldova and Russia won 2 gold medals each. Russia won the overall medal tally.
  • April 18 & 19: 2015 Mediterranean Wrestling Championship in   Madrid[253]
    • Men's Freestyle:   Greece and   Spain won 4 gold medals each. Spain won the overall medal tally.
    • Women's Freestyle: Spain won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Greco-Roman: Spain won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Cadets Men's Freestyle: Spain won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Cadets Women's Freestyle: Spain won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Cadets Greco-Roman:   France won the gold medal tally.   Croatia won the overall medal tally.
  • April 24 – 26: 2015 Pan American Wrestling Championships in   Santiago[254]
    • Men's Freestyle: The   United States won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Women's Freestyle:   Canada,   Cuba, and the United States won 2 gold medals each. Canada won the overall medal tally.
    • Greco-Roman: Cuba won the gold medal tally. Cuba and the United States won 6 overall medals each.
  • May 6 – 8: 2015 Pan American Junior Wrestling Championships in   Havana[255]
    • Junior Men's Freestyle: The   United States won the gold medal tally.   Cuba won the overall medal tally.
    • Junior Women's Freestyle: The United States won the gold medal tally. Cuba and the United States won 7 overall medals each.
    • Junior Greco-Roman: Cuba won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • May 6 – 10: 2015 Asian Wrestling Championships in   Doha[256]
    • Men's Freestyle:   Iran won the gold medal tally. Iran and   Japan won 7 overall medals each.
    • Women's Freestyle:   China and Japan won 4 gold medals each. Japan won the overall medal tally.
    • Greco-Roman: Iran won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • May 27 – 31: 2015 African Wrestling Championships in   Alexandria[257]
    • Men's Freestyle:   Egypt won the gold medal tally. Egypt and   Algeria won 6 overall medals each.
    • Women's Freestyle: Egypt,   Nigeria, and   Tunisia won 2 gold medals each.   Cameroon and Tunisia won 5 overall medals each.
    • Greco-Roman: Egypt won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • June 11 – 14: 2015 Asian Cadet Wrestling Championships in   New Delhi[258]
    • Cadet Men's Freestyle:   India won the gold medal tally. India and   Iran won 7 overall medals each.
    • Cadet Women's Freestyle:   Japan won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Cadet Greco-Roman:   Kazakhstan won the gold medal tally. Iran won the overall medal tally.
  • June 23 – 28: 2015 European Junior Wrestling Championships in   Istanbul[259]
    • Junior Men's Freestyle:   Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Junior Women's Freestyle: Russia won the gold medal tally.   Azerbaijan won the overall medal tally.
    • Junior Greco-Roman: Azerbaijan won the gold medal tally.   Georgia won the overall medal tally.
  • July 3 – 5: 2015 Pan American Cadet Wrestling Championships in   Guadalajara[260]
    • Cadet Men's Freestyle: The   United States won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Cadet Women's Freestyle:   Mexico won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Cadet Greco-Roman: The United States won the gold medal tally. Mexico and the United States won 10 overall medals each.
  • July 9 – 12: 2015 Asian Junior Wrestling Championships in   Naypyidaw[261]
    • Junior Men's Freestyle:   Iran won the gold medal tally.   India won the overall medal tally.
    • Junior Women's Freestyle:   Japan won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Junior Greco-Roman: India, Iran, and   Kazakhstan won 2 gold medals each. Kazakhstan won the overall medal tally.
  • August 4 – 9: 2015 European Cadet Wrestling Championships in   Subotica[262]
    • Cadet Men's Freestyle:   Georgia and   Russia won 3 gold medals each. Georgia won the overall medal tally.
    • Cadet Women's Freestyle:   Germany won the gold medal tally. Russia won the overall medal tally.
    • Cadet Greco-Roman: Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • October 4 & 5: 2015 Arab Junior Wrestling Championships in   El Jadida[263]
    • Junior Men's Freestyle:   Jordan and   Morocco won 3 gold medals each. Morocco won the overall medal tally.
    • Junior Greco-Roman: Jordan and Morocco won 3 gold medals each. Morocco and   Saudi Arabia won 7 overall medals each.
  • October 7 & 8: 2015 Arab Senior Wrestling Championships in   El Jadida[264]
    • Men's Freestyle:   Morocco won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Greco-Roman: Morocco won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • October 23 – 25: Balkan Championships 2015 in   Bursa (debut event)[265]
    • Cadet Men's Freestyle:   Turkey won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Cadet Women's Freestyle: Turkey and   Romania won 4 gold medals each. Turkey won the overall medal tally.
    • Cadet Greco-Roman: Turkey won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
  • November 13 – 15: 2015 South American Championship in   Buenos Aires[266]
    • Men's Freestyle:   Argentina won both the gold and overall medal tallies.
    • Women's Freestyle:   Brazil won the gold medal tally. Argentina won the overall medal tally.
    • Greco-Roman: Brazil won both the gold and overall medal tallies.

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