2016 European Wrestling Championships

The 2016 European Wrestling Championships were held in Riga, Latvia, from 8 March to 13 March 2016.[1]

2016 European Championship
2016 European Wrestling Championships logo.jpg
Host cityLatvia Riga, Latvia
Dates8–13 March
StadiumRiga Arena
Champions
Freestyle Georgia
Greco-Roman Russia
Women Ukraine
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Medal overviewEdit

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia (RUS)71412
2  Georgia (GEO)3249
3  Turkey (TUR)3137
4  Azerbaijan (AZE)2248
5  Ukraine (UKR)15814
6  Belarus (BLR)13610
7  Poland (POL)1225
8  Armenia (ARM)1214
9  Germany (GER)1034
10  Sweden (SWE)1012
11  Finland (FIN)1001
  Italy (ITA)1001
  Latvia (LAT)1001
14  Serbia (SRB)0303
15  Romania (ROU)0123
16  Israel (ISR)0101
  Norway (NOR)0101
18  Bulgaria (BUL)0055
19  Hungary (HUN)0044
20  Moldova (MLD)0011
Totals (20 nations)24244896

Team rankingEdit

Rank Men's freestyle Women's freestyle Men's Greco-Roman
Team Points Team Points Team Points
1   Georgia 59   Ukraine 59   Russia 48
2   Russia 54   Belarus 49   Armenia 42
3   Ukraine 51   Azerbaijan 48   Azerbaijan 40
4   Belarus 46   Russia 43   Turkey 37
5   Azerbaijan 40   Germany 30   Ukraine 36
6   Bulgaria 34   Romania 27   Georgia 35
7   Poland 29   Turkey 27   Serbia 33
8   Turkey 28   Hungary 27   Germany 26
9   Romania 26   Bulgaria 24   Belarus 24
10   Armenia 21   Poland 22   Hungary 21

[2]

Men's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
57 kg
details
  Gadzhimurad Rashidov   Andriy Yatsenko   Andrei Dukov
  Georgi Vangelov
61 kg
details
  Vladimer Khinchegashvili   Heorhi Kaliyeu   Ivan Guidea
  Haji Aliyev
65 kg
details
  Frank Chamizo   Mustafa Kaya   Israil Kasumov
  Semen Radulov
70 kg
details
  Magomedmurad Gadzhiev   Davit Tlashadze   Nikolay Kurtev
  Azamat Nurykau
74 kg
details
  Soner Demirtaş   Jabrayil Hasanov   Jakob Makarashvili
  Zaur Makiev
86 kg
details
  Shamil Kudiyamagomedov   Alexander Gostiev   Dato Marsagishvili
  Ibragim Aldatov
97 kg
details
  Anzor Boltukaev   Ivan Yankouski   Erik Thiele
  Elizbar Odikadze
125 kg
details
  Geno Petriashvili   Robert Baran   Alexey Nikolaev
  Alen Zasieiev

Men's Greco-RomanEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
59 kg
details
  Mingiyan Semenov   Roman Amoyan   Donior Islamov
  Dmytro Tsymbaliuk
66 kg
details
  Islambek Albiev   Davor Štefanek   Kamran Mammadov
  Shmagi Bolkvadze
71 kg
details
  Varsham Boranyan   Aleksandar Maksimović   Hasan Aliyev
  Bálint Korpási
75 kg
details
  Zurab Datunashvili   Viktor Nemeš   László Szabó
  Karapet Chalyan
80 kg
details
  Pascal Eisele   Edgar Babayan   Aslan Atem
  Daniel Aleksandrov
85 kg
details
  Zhan Beleniuk   Robert Kobliashvili   Tadeusz Michalik
  Denis Kudla
98 kg
details
  Nikita Melnikov   Artur Aleksanyan   Cenk İldem
  Aliaksandr Hrabovik
130 kg
details
  Rıza Kayaalp   Oleksandr Chernetskyi   Johan Euren
  Ioseb Chugoshvili

Women's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg
details
  Mariya Stadnyk   Alina Vuc   Elitsa Yankova
  Maryna Markevich
53 kg
details
  Sofia Mattsson   Iryna Kurachkina   Nina Hemmer
  Yuliya Blahinya
55 kg
details
  Irina Ologonova   Tetyana Kit   Roksana Zasina
  Ramóna Galambos
58 kg
details
  Nataliya Synyshyn   Grace Bullen   Hanna Vasylenko
  Mimi Hristova
60 kg
details
  Petra Olli   Oksana Herhel   Yuliya Prontsevitch
  Yuliya Ratkevich
63 kg
details
  Anastasija Grigorjeva   Yuliya Tkach   Inna Trazhukova
  Marianna Sastin
69 kg
details
  Maryia Mamashuk   Ilana Kratysh   Buse Tosun
  Alina Stadnyk
75 kg
details
  Yasemin Adar   Alena Storodubtseva   Vasilisa Marzaliuk
  Alla Cherkasova

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "European Championships - United World Wrestling". unitedworldwrestling.org. Retrieved March 13, 2016.
  2. ^ a b "European Championships - Results - Ranking". unitedworldwrestling.org. Retrieved March 24, 2016.

External linksEdit