Dec 22, 2021, 1:33 AM
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Iranian women gain 3 gold, 3 silver medals in Kyrgyzstan World Alysh Wrestling

Tehran, IRNA – Iranian Alysh belt wrestling team gained 3 gold and three silver medals in Kyrgyzstan 2021 Erkinbaev World Alysh Championship.

Sepideh Babaie in 55kg, Mohaddeseh Hosseini in 65kg, and Reyhaneh Gilani in 70kg weight gained Iran’s three gold medals, and Fatemeh Fattahi in 60kg, Maryam Ahmadi in 75kg, and Haniyeh Ashuri in plus 75kg weights gained Iranian team’s silver medals.

In 60kg weight category, Fatemeh Fattahi in her first match faced a competitor from the host country whom she beat in a knock out (KO), in the second round, too, she faced a competitor from Kazakhstan, whom she beat 3-2, to go to the final match.

She lost the final to another wrestler from Kyrgyzstan six-nil result to win the silver medal.

In 65kg weight category, Mohaddeseh Hossein in here second match beat her competitor from Kyrgyzstan 8-2 to become a finalist. She knocked out her competitor from also Kyrgyzstan in a knock out to gain a gold for the Iranian team.

In 70kg weight category, Reyhaneh Gilani faced a competitor from Kyrgyzstan whom she beat 8-nil to become a finalist. She also won the final against a wrestler from the host team 7-0 to gain the Iranian team’s 3rd gold medal.

In 75kg weight category, the matches were held in rounds, and in the first round Maryam Ahmadi the winner of the first round faced a competitor from the host team whom she knocked out. Ahmadi then faced a wrestler from Ukraine, who she beat 9-3, but lost the final to an athlete from Kyrgyzstan in a knock-out.

In plus 75kg, Iran’s Haniyeh Ashuri also in rounds method faced a wrestler from Kyrgyzstan whom beat 11-4.

In Ashuri’s second match, her competitor from Ukraine had been injured before the match and so Ashuri was the winner without wrestling. In the 3rd round, too, Ashuri’s competitor from Kyrgyzstan did not come to the mattress and so she became a finalist, which she lost to another Kyrgyz wrestler 6-2.


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