2019 World Wrestling Championships: Medal Tally, Records, Winners

2019 World Wrestling Championships

2019 World Wrestling Championships:  The 2019 World Wrestling Championships held in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan from 14 September to 22 September, 2019. The tournament also served as qualification for the 2020 Summer Olympics, the top six wrestlers from each category earned their NOCs a qualification. Deepak defeated Carlos Arturo Izquierdo Mendez of Colombia in the quarter-finals to become the fourth Indian wrestler to secure a berth for the Tokyo Olympics next year.

Rahul Aware won the biggest medal of his career by bagging a bronze while an injured Deepak Punia settled for a silver after pulling out of the final as India celebrated its best-ever performance at the World Wrestling Championship on 22 September 2019.

Vinesh Phogat, Bajrang Punia and Ravi Kumar have already made the cut for the 2020 Games and bagged bronze medals in their respective weight categories.2019 World Wrestling Championships

India’s previous best show was at the 2013 edition, when the country had won three medals through Amit Dahiya (silver), Bajrang Punia (bronze) and Sandeep Tulsi Yadav (bronze in Greco-Roman).

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Medal Tally:

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Russia95519
2United States5027
3Georgia4026
4Japan3339
5Azerbaijan1326
6Turkey1214
Ukraine1214
8Iran1157
9Hungary1124
10Cuba1102
11Canada1001
Kyrgyzstan1001
North Korea1001
14Kazakhstan0347
15Sweden0213
16China0156
17India0145
18Uzbekistan0134
19Armenia0112
Bulgaria0112
21Italy0101
Romania0101
23Germany0044
24Mongolia0033
25Estonia0022
Serbia0022
27Belarus0011
France0011
Nigeria0011
North Macedonia0011
Poland0011
Slovakia0011
 Switzerland0011
Totals (33 nations)303060120

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Team Ranking:

RankMen’s freestyleMen’s Greco-RomanWomen’s freestyle
TeamPointsTeamPointsTeamPoints
1Russia190Russia132Japan137
2Kazakhstan103Uzbekistan80Russia108
3United States94Georgia79United States105
4Iran93Iran75China102
5Georgia85Kazakhstan72Ukraine92
6India79Japan65Kazakhstan53
7Azerbaijan50Hungary64Mongolia49
8Uzbekistan49Cuba57Azerbaijan48
9Turkey48Armenia55Germany42
10Japan34Germany50Sweden41

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Men’s freestyle:

EventGoldSilverBronze
57 kgZaur Uguev
Russia
Süleyman Atlı
Turkey
Nurislam Sanayev
Kazakhstan
Ravi Kumar Dahiya
India
61 kgBeka Lomtadze
Georgia
Magomedrasul Idrisov
Russia
Behnam Ehsanpour
Iran
Rahul Aware
India
65 kgGadzhimurad Rashidov
Russia
Daulet Niyazbekov
Kazakhstan
Bajrang Punia
India
Iszmail Muszukajev
Hungary
70 kgDavid Baev
Russia
Nurkozha Kaipanov
Kazakhstan
Magomedmurad Gadzhiev
Poland
Younes Emami
Iran
74 kgZaurbek Sidakov
Russia
Frank Chamizo
Italy
Zelimkhan Khadjiev
France
Jordan Burroughs
United States
79 kgKyle Dake
United States
Jabrayil Hasanov
Azerbaijan
Gadzhi Nabiev
Russia
Tajmuraz Salkazanov
Slovakia
86 kgHassan Yazdani
Iran
Deepak Punia
India
Stefan Reichmuth
Switzerland
Artur Naifonov
Russia
92 kgJ’den Cox
United States
Alireza Karimi
Iran
Irakli Mtsituri
Georgia
Alikhan Zhabrailov
Russia
97 kgAbdulrashid Sadulaev
Russia
Sharif Sharifov
Azerbaijan
Kyle Snyder
United States
Magomedgadzhi Nurov
North Macedonia
125 kgGeno Petriashvili
Georgia
Taha Akgül
Turkey
Oleksandr Khotsianivskyi
Ukraine
Khasanboy Rakhimov
Uzbekistan

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Men’s Greco-Roman:

EventGoldSilverBronze
55 kgNugzari Tsurtsumia
Georgia
Khorlan Zhakansha
Kazakhstan
Eldaniz Azizli
Azerbaijan
Shota Ogawa
Japan
60 kgKenichiro Fumita
Japan
Sergey Emelin
Russia
Meirambek Ainagulov
Kazakhstan
Alireza Nejati
Iran
63 kgShinobu Ota
Japan
Stepan Maryanyan
Russia
Slavik Galstyan
Armenia
Almat Kebispayev
Kazakhstan
67 kgIsmael Borrero
Cuba
Artem Surkov
Russia
Frank Stäbler
Germany
Mate Nemeš
Serbia
72 kgAbuyazid Mantsigov
Russia
Aram Vardanyan
Uzbekistan
Aik Mnatsakanian
Bulgaria
Bálint Korpási
Hungary
77 kgTamás Lőrincz
Hungary
Alex Bjurberg Kessidis
Sweden
Mohammad Ali Geraei
Iran
Jalgasbay Berdimuratov
Uzbekistan
82 kgLasha Gobadze
Georgia
Rafig Huseynov
Azerbaijan
Qian Haitao
China
Saeid Abdevali
Iran
87 kgZhan Beleniuk
Ukraine
Viktor Lőrincz
Hungary
Rustam Assakalov
Uzbekistan
Denis Kudla
Germany
97 kgMusa Evloev
Russia
Artur Aleksanyan
Armenia
Mikheil Kajaia
Serbia
Cenk İldem
Turkey
130 kgRıza Kayaalp
Turkey
Óscar Pino
Cuba
Heiki Nabi
Estonia
Iakob Kajaia
Georgia

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Women’s freestyle:

EventGoldSilverBronze
50 kgMariya Stadnik
Azerbaijan
Alina Vuc
Romania
Valentina Islamova
Kazakhstan
Ekaterina Poleshchuk
Russia
53 kgPak Yong-mi
North Korea
Mayu Mukaida
Japan
Vinesh Phogat
 India
Pang Qianyu
China
55 kgJacarra Winchester
United States
Nanami Irie
Japan
Olga Khoroshavtseva
Russia
Bat-Ochiryn Bolortuyaa
Mongolia
57 kgRisako Kawai
Japan
Rong Ningning
China
Iryna Kurachkina
Belarus
Odunayo Adekuoroye
Nigeria
59 kgLinda Morais
Canada
Lyubov Ovcharova
Russia
Pei Xingru
China
Baatarjavyn Shoovdor
Mongolia
62 kgAisuluu Tynybekova
Kyrgyzstan
Taybe Yusein
Bulgaria
Henna Johansson
Sweden
Yukako Kawai
Japan
65 kgInna Trazhukova
Russia
Iryna Koliadenko
Ukraine
Wang Xiaoqian
China
Elis Manolova
Azerbaijan
68 kgTamyra Mensah
United States
Jenny Fransson
Sweden
Soronzonboldyn Battsetseg
Mongolia
Anna Schell
Germany
72 kgNatalia Vorobieva
Russia
Alina Berezhna
Ukraine
Masako Furuichi
Japan
Pa Liha
China
76 kgAdeline Gray
United States
Hiroe Minagawa
Japan
Epp Mäe
Estonia
Aline Rotter-Focken
Germany
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