2020 European Wrestling Championships

The 2020 European Wrestling Championships was held in Rome, Italy between February 10 and 16.[1]

2020 European Championship
Host cityItaly Rome, Italy
Dates10–16 February
StadiumPalaPellicone
Champions
Freestyle Russia
Greco-Roman Russia
Women Russia
← 2019
2021 →

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Italy)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia96722
2  Bulgaria3216
3  Belarus3148
4  Ukraine23813
5  Azerbaijan22913
6  Armenia2035
7  Norway2013
8  Turkey1359
9  Georgia1348
10  Italy*1214
11  Germany1157
12  Romania1124
13  Poland1102
14  Moldova1012
15  Hungary0213
16  Netherlands0101
  San Marino0101
   Switzerland0101
19  Sweden0044
20  Lithuania0022
21  Serbia0011
  Slovakia0011
Totals (22 nations)303060120

Team rankingEdit

Rank Men's freestyle Men's Greco-Roman Women's freestyle
Team Points Team Points Team Points
1   Russia 186   Russia 128   Russia 190
2   Azerbaijan 116   Azerbaijan 116   Ukraine 155
3   Georgia 95   Turkey 90   Belarus 97
4   Turkey 95   Armenia 84   Bulgaria 89
5   Belarus 85   Georgia 82   Turkey 87
6   Poland 65   Ukraine 81   Germany 86
7   Armenia 65   Hungary 79   Azerbaijan 65
8   Ukraine 64   Bulgaria 75   Moldova 55
9   Romania 53   Belarus 59   Romania 51
10   Bulgaria 50   Germany 55   Italy 46

Medal summaryEdit

Men's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
57 kg
details
  Azamat Tuskaev   Süleyman Atlı   Horst Lehr
  Stevan Mićić
61 kg
details
  Aleksandr Bogomoev   Beka Lomtadze   Nikolai Okhlopkov
  Arsen Harutyunyan
65 kg
details
  Kurban Shiraev   Niurgun Skriabin   Ali Rahimzade
  Erik Arushanian
70 kg
details
  Magomedmurad Gadzhiev   Aghahuseyn Mustafayev   Haydar Yavuz
  Mihail Sava
74 kg
details
  Frank Chamizo   Magomedrasul Gazimagomedov   Avtandil Kentchadze
  Soner Demirtaş
79 kg
details
  Magomedkhabib Kadimagomedov   Magomed Ramazanov   Vasyl Mykhailov
  Jabrayil Hasanov
86 kg
details
  Artur Naifonov   Myles Amine   Rasul Tsikhayeu
  Boris Makojev
92 kg
details
  Süleyman Karadeniz   Samuel Scherrer   Amarhajy Mahamedau
  Aslanbek Alborov
97 kg
details
  Abdulrashid Sadulaev   Albert Saritov   Abraham Conyedo
  Elizbar Odikadze
125 kg
details
  Geno Petriashvili   Robert Baran   Baldan Tsyzhipov
  Jamaladdin Magomedov

Men's Greco-RomanEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg
details
  Edmond Nazaryan   Vitalii Kabaloev   Eldaniz Azizli
  Nugzari Tsurtsumia
60 kg
details
  Gevorg Gharibyan   Kerem Kamal   Murad Bazarov
  Amiran Shavadze
63 kg
details
  Maksim Nehoda   Ibragim Labazanov   Erik Torba
  Lenur Temirov
67 kg
details
  Morten Thoresen   Nazir Abdullaev   Kristupas Šleiva
  Karen Aslanyan
72 kg
details
  Frank Stäbler   Iuri Lomadze   Ulvu Ganizade
  Selçuk Can
77 kg
details
  Sanan Suleymanov   Zoltán Lévai   Alex Bjurberg Kessidis
  Karapet Chalyan
82 kg
details
  Rafig Huseynov   Daniel Aleksandrov   Bogdan Kourinnoi
  Hannes Wagner
87 kg
details
  Semen Novikov   Viktor Lőrincz   Aleksandr Komarov
  Islam Abbasov
97 kg
details
  Artur Aleksanyan   Nikoloz Kakhelashvili   Cenk İldem
  Aleksandr Golovin
130 kg
details
  Alin Alexuc-Ciurariu   Levan Arabuli   Mykola Kuchmii
  Jello Krahmer

Women's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 kg
details
  Miglena Selishka   Oksana Livach   Kseniya Stankevich
  Milana Dadasheva
53 kg
details
  Vanesa Kaladzinskaya   Jessica Blaszka   Annika Wendle
  Stalvira Orshush
55 kg
details
  Olga Khoroshavtseva   Solomiia Vynnyk   Bediha Gün
  Sofia Mattsson
57 kg
details
  Grace Bullen   Alina Akobiia   Johanna Lindborg
  Iryna Kurachkina
59 kg
details
  Anastasia Nichita   Bilyana Dudova   Lyubov Ovcharova
  Anhelina Lysak
62 kg
details
  Yuliya Tkach   Inna Trazhukova   Taybe Yusein
  Tetiana Omelchenko
65 kg
details
  Mimi Hristova   Elis Manolova   Iryna Koliadenko
  Maria Kuznetsova
68 kg
details
  Khanum Velieva   Dalma Caneva   Danutė Domikaitytė
  Alla Cherkasova
72 kg
details
  Natalia Vorobieva   Maria Selmaier   Cătălina Axente
  Alina Berezhna
76 kg
details
  Ekaterina Bukina   Yasemin Adar   Aline Rotter-Focken
  Iselin Moen Solheim

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Schedule" (PDF). United World Wrestling. Retrieved 10 February 2020.

External linksEdit