Rovshan Bayramov (Azerbaijani: Rövşən Bayramov; born 7 May 1987, Baku, Azerbaijani SSR) is an Azerbaijani wrestler. He is a European and world champion in Greco-Roman wrestling. Moreover, he is a two-time Olympic silver medalist.
|Men's Greco-Roman Wrestling|
|2008 Beijing||55 kg|
|2012 London||55 kg|
|2006 Guangzhou||55 kg|
|2009 Herning||55 kg|
|2011 Istanbul||55 kg|
|2015 Las Vegas||59 kg|
|2006 Moscow||55 kg|
|2007 Sofia||55 kg|
|2008 Tampere||55 kg|
In the 2011 World Wrestling Championship held in Istanbul, he was a world champion adding a gold medal to the combination of the silver and bronze medals obtained in the previous world championships. In addition, Bayramov holds two European titles.
2008 Beijing OlympicsEdit
2012 London OlympicsEdit
In the 2012 London Olympics having beaten Mingiyan Semenov (Russia), Spenser Mango (USA), Li Shujin (China) and Choi Gyu-Jin (South Korea), Bayramov lost in the final against Hamid Sourian (Iran) and obtained his second silver Olympic medal in a row.
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