Russia is still behind Georgia after the second day of European wrestling U23 championship. The competition is held in Novi Sad, Serbia.
The point lead is aldready 38 points.
Turkey is behind the leaders with 65 points in the team scores. Hungary is after the fourth Romania.
— United World Wrestling (@wrestling) March 5, 2019
GOLD – Georgia (115 points)
SILVER – Russia (77 points)
BRONZE – Turkey (65 points)
Fourth – Romania (48 points)
Fifth – Hungary (40 points)
GOLD – Nugzari TSURTSUMIA (GEO) df. Florin TITA (ROU), 9-0
BRONZE – Viktor VEDERNIKOV (RUS) df. Ziyad ZEYNALOV (AZE), 11-2
BRONZE – Artium DELEANU (MDA) df. Bence KOVACS (HUN), 12-4
GOLD – Levani KAVJARADZE (GEO) df. Slavik GALSTYAN (ARM), 10-8
BRONZE – Erik TORBA (HUN) df. Nikalas Petrov SULEV (BUL), 9-0
BRONZE – Abdullah TOPRAK (TUR) df. Oleksandr HRUSHYN (UKR), 6-3
GOLD – Islam OPIEV (RUS) df. Serkan AKKOYUN (TUR), 3-2
BRONZE – Beka MAMUKASHVILI (GEO) df. Nasir HASANOV (AZE), 3-0
BRONZE – Tamas LEVAI (HUN) df. Paulius GALKINAS (LTU), 5-1
GOLD – Gurami KHETSURIANI (GEO) df. Gazi KHALILOV (RUS), 5-1
BRONZE – Ivan HUKLEK (CRO) df. Toni METSOMAEKI (FIN), 6-2
BRONZE – Ali CENGIZ (TUR) df. Martynas NEMSEVICIUS (LTU), 10-0
GOLD – Zviadi PATARIDZE (GEO) df. Lenard Istvan BEREI (ROU), 5-0
BRONZE – Osman YILDIRIM (TUR) df. Artur VITITIN (EST), via fall
BRONZE – Oleg Kahaberovitch AGAKHANOV (RUS) df. Boban ZIVANOVIC (SRB), 6-4