2018 World Wrestling Championships

The 2018 World Wrestling Championships were the 15th edition of World Wrestling Championships of combined events and were held from 20 to 28 October in Budapest, Hungary.[1]

2018 World Championships
2018 World Wrestling Championships logo.png
Host cityHungary Budapest, Hungary
Dates20–28 October
StadiumBudapest Sports Arena
Champions
Freestyle Russia
Greco-Roman Russia
Women Japan
← 2017
2019 →

Russia claimed 10 gold medals, 1 silver medal and 2 bronze medals, its best ever overall result in the post-Soviet era.[2] In Greco-Roman Wrestling Russian athletes showed the best ever result since 1990, when they were part of the Soviet Union.[3]

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia101213
2  Japan51410
3  United States43512
4  Turkey1449
5  Azerbaijan1225
6  Bulgaria1214
  Hungary1214
8  China1157
9  Georgia1146
10  Ukraine1135
11  Canada1124
12  Cuba1045
13  Finland1001
  Germany1001
15  Belarus0224
16  Kazakhstan0123
  Mongolia0123
  Serbia0123
19  India0112
  Uzbekistan0112
21  Bahrain0101
  France0101
  Kyrgyzstan0101
  Moldova0101
25  Iran0044
26  Armenia0022
  South Korea0022
28  Austria0011
  Italy0011
  North Korea0011
  Poland0011
  Spain0011
Totals (32 nations)303060120

Team rankingEdit

Rank Men's freestyle Men's Greco-Roman Women's freestyle
Team Points Team Points Team Points
1   Russia 178   Russia 178   Japan 156
2   United States 150   Hungary 83   China 119
3   Georgia 105   Turkey 75   United States 103
4   Cuba 67   Azerbaijan 60   Canada 89
5   Japan 67   Serbia 60   Mongolia 71
6   Iran 65   Armenia 56   Ukraine 59
7   Mongolia 57   Germany 49   Turkey 55
8   Turkey 53   China 49   India 51
9   Azerbaijan 44   Kyrgyzstan 42   Bulgaria 47
10   Belarus 41   Ukraine 39   Azerbaijan 41

Medal summaryEdit

Men's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
57 kg
details
Zaur Uguev
  Russia
Nurislam Sanayev
  Kazakhstan
Yuki Takahashi
  Japan
Süleyman Atlı
  Turkey
61 kg
details
Yowlys Bonne
  Cuba
Gadzhimurad Rashidov
  Russia
Joe Colon
  United States
Tümenbilegiin Tüvshintulga
  Mongolia
65 kg
details
Takuto Otoguro
  Japan
Bajrang Punia
  India
Akhmed Chakaev
  Russia
Alejandro Valdés
  Cuba
70 kg
details
Magomedrasul Gazimagomedov
  Russia
Adam Batirov
  Bahrain
Franklin Maren
  Cuba
Zurabi Iakobishvili
  Georgia
74 kg
details
Zaurbek Sidakov
  Russia
Avtandil Kentchadze
  Georgia
Jordan Burroughs
  United States
Bekzod Abdurakhmonov
  Uzbekistan
79 kg
details
Kyle Dake
  United States
Jabrayil Hasanov
  Azerbaijan
Akhmed Gadzhimagomedov
  Russia
Ali Shabanau
  Belarus
86 kg
details
David Taylor
  United States
Fatih Erdin
  Turkey
Taimuraz Friev
  Spain
Hassan Yazdani
  Iran
92 kg
details
J'den Cox
  United States
Ivan Yankouski
  Belarus
Atsushi Matsumoto
  Japan
Alireza Karimi
  Iran
97 kg
details
Abdulrashid Sadulaev
  Russia
Kyle Snyder
  United States
Abraham Conyedo
  Italy
Elizbar Odikadze
  Georgia
125 kg
details
Geno Petriashvili
  Georgia
Deng Zhiwei
  China
Nick Gwiazdowski
  United States
Parviz Hadi
  Iran

Men's Greco-RomanEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg
details
Eldaniz Azizli
  Azerbaijan
Zholaman Sharshenbekov
  Kyrgyzstan
Ekrem Öztürk
  Turkey
Nugzari Tsurtsumia
  Georgia
60 kg
details
Sergey Emelin
  Russia
Victor Ciobanu
  Moldova
Walihan Sailike
  China
Aidos Sultangali
  Kazakhstan
63 kg
details
Stepan Maryanyan
  Russia
Elmurat Tasmuradov
  Uzbekistan
Lenur Temirov
  Ukraine
Rahman Bilici
  Turkey
67 kg
details
Artem Surkov
  Russia
Davor Štefanek
  Serbia
Meirzhan Shermakhanbet
  Kazakhstan
Gevorg Sahakyan
  Poland
72 kg
details
Frank Stäbler
  Germany
Bálint Korpási
  Hungary
Aik Mnatsakanian
  Bulgaria
Rasul Chunayev
  Azerbaijan
77 kg
details
Aleksandr Chekhirkin
  Russia
Tamás Lőrincz
  Hungary
Kim Hyeon-woo
  South Korea
Viktor Nemeš
  Serbia
82 kg
details
Péter Bácsi
  Hungary
Emrah Kuş
  Turkey
Maksim Manukyan
  Armenia
Viktar Sasunouski
  Belarus
87 kg
details
Metehan Başar
  Turkey
Zhan Beleniuk
  Ukraine
Artur Shahinyan
  Armenia
Robert Kobliashvili
  Georgia
97 kg
details
Musa Evloev
  Russia
Kiril Milov
  Bulgaria
Mikheil Kajaia
  Serbia
Mehdi Aliyari
  Iran
130 kg
details
Sergey Semenov
  Russia
Adam Coon
  United States
Óscar Pino
  Cuba
Kim Min-seok
  South Korea

Women's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 kg
details
Yui Susaki
  Japan
Mariya Stadnik
  Azerbaijan
Oksana Livach
  Ukraine
Sun Yanan
  China
53 kg
details
Haruna Okuno
  Japan
Sarah Hildebrandt
  United States
Diana Weicker
  Canada
Pang Qianyu
  China
55 kg
details
Mayu Mukaida
  Japan
Zalina Sidakova
  Belarus
Lianna Montero
  Cuba
Jong Myong-suk
  North Korea
57 kg
details
Rong Ningning
  China
Bilyana Dudova
  Bulgaria
Emese Barka
  Hungary
Pooja Dhanda
  India
59 kg
details
Risako Kawai
  Japan
Elif Jale Yeşilırmak
  Turkey
Pei Xingru
  China
Baatarjavyn Shoovdor
  Mongolia
62 kg
details
Taybe Yusein
  Bulgaria
Yukako Kawai
  Japan
Yuliya Tkach
  Ukraine
Mallory Velte
  United States
65 kg
details
Petra Olli
  Finland
Danielle Lappage
  Canada
Ayana Gempei
  Japan
Irina Netreba
  Azerbaijan
68 kg
details
Alla Cherkasova
  Ukraine
Koumba Larroque
  France
Zhou Feng
  China
Tamyra Mensah
  United States
72 kg
details
Justina Di Stasio
  Canada
Ochirbatyn Nasanburmaa
  Mongolia
Martina Kuenz
  Austria
Buse Tosun
  Turkey
76 kg
details
Adeline Gray
  United States
Yasemin Adar
  Turkey
Hiroe Minagawa
  Japan
Erica Wiebe
  Canada

Participating nationsEdit

785 competitors from 88 nations participated.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Program - World Wrestling Championships". World Wrestling Championships. Archived from the original on 13 September 2018. Retrieved 12 September 2018.
  2. ^ Сборная России по борьбе на ЧМ-2018 показала лучший результат в своей истории
  3. ^ Сборная России по греко-римской борьбе показала лучший в истории результат на ЧМ

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