Wrestlers Finish Second at World Military Championships

The International Military Sports Council (CISM), one of the largest multidisciplinary organizations in the world, held the tournament
Wrestlers Finish Second at World Military ChampionshipsWrestlers Finish Second at World Military Championships

A wrestling team from the Army finished second at the 33rd World Military Wrestling Championship in Moscow on May 18.
According to YJC, the male delegation bagged two gold, three silver and one bronze medals to stand behind Russia.
The first gold medal was hung around the neck of Mehran Rezazadeh in 57kg category. Rezazadeh humbled Brazilian contender in his first match 11-0 and then defeated rivals from South Korea and Germany on his way to the finals.
In the clash for gold, Rezazadeh proved his mettle against a wrestler form North Korea and beat him 4-2.
Second golden boy was Yadollah Mohebi. The wrestler in the 125kg cclass, who has the Asian Championships gold medal, overpowered a Kazakh contester in the last battle.


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