Wrestling at the 2015 Military World Games

Wrestling at the 2015 Military World Games was held in Mungyeong, South Korea from 6 to 10 October 2015.

Wrestling
at the 2015 Military World Games
Dates6–10 October
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Medal summaryEdit

Men's freestyleEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
57 kg Kim Jin-cheol
  South Korea
Vladimir Kudrin
  Kazakhstan
Reza Atri
  Iran
Mangal Kadyan
  India
61 kg Dzhamal Otarsultanov
  Russia
Mehran Nassiri
  Iran
Yeldos Abikenov
  Kazakhstan
Tian Zhenguang
  China
65 kg Magomed Kurbanaliev
  Russia
Meisam Heidari
  Iran
Aghahuseyn Mustafayev
  Azerbaijan
Azamat Shagapuly
  Kazakhstan
70 kg Soslan Ramonov
  Russia
Joshgun Azimov
  Azerbaijan
Ganzorigiin Mandakhnaran
  Mongolia
Mohammad Naderi
  Iran
74 kg Khetag Tsabolov
  Russia
Georg Harth
  Germany
Galymzhan Usserbayev
  Kazakhstan
Ezzatollah Akbari
  Iran
86 kg Shamil Kudiyamagomedov
  Russia
Mohammad Javad Ebrahimi
  Iran
Adilet Davlumbayev
  Kazakhstan
Orgodolyn Üitümen
  Mongolia
97 kg Khadzhimurat Gatsalov
  Russia
Dorjkhandyn Khüderbulga
  Mongolia
Ivan Yankouski
  Belarus
Pavlo Oliynyk
  Ukraine
125 kg Vladislav Baitsaev
  Russia
Deng Zhiwei
  China
Johannes Kessel
  Germany
Jafar Shams
  Iran

Men's Greco-RomanEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
59 kg Meirambek Ainagulov
  Kazakhstan
Haithem Mahmoud
  Egypt
Choi Hyeong-muk
  South Korea
Mohsen Hajipour
  Iran
66 kg Kim Ji-hun
  South Korea
Karen Aslanyan
  Armenia
Denys Demyankov
  Ukraine
Omid Norouzi
  Iran
71 kg Mohammad Ali Geraei
  Iran
Lee Jeong-geun
  South Korea
Ibrahim El-Desouky
  Egypt
Mykola Savchenko
  Ukraine
75 kg Kim Jin-hyeok
  South Korea
Justin Lester
  United States
Ibrahim Ghanem
  Egypt
Dmytro Pyshkov
  Ukraine
80 kg Rafig Huseynov
  Azerbaijan
Evgeny Saleev
  Russia
Oleksandr Shyshman
  Ukraine
Sargis Kocharyan
  Armenia
85 kg Zhan Beleniuk
  Ukraine
Damian Janikowski
  Poland
Laimutis Adomaitis
  Lithuania
Aleksey Mishin
  Russia
98 kg Nikita Melnikov
  Russia
Vilius Laurinaitis
  Lithuania
Mostafa Salehizadeh
  Iran
Siarhei Staradub
  Belarus
130 kg Heiki Nabi
  Estonia
Oleksandr Chernetskyi
  Ukraine
Łukasz Banak
  Poland
Bashir Babajanzadeh
  Iran

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia81110
2  South Korea3115
3  Iran13812
4  Ukraine1157
5  Kazakhstan1146
6  Azerbaijan1113
7  Estonia1001
8  Egypt0123
  Mongolia0123
10  Armenia0112
  China0112
  Germany0112
  Lithuania0112
  Poland0112
15  United States0101
16  Belarus0022
17  India0011
Totals (17 nations)16163264

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