Georgia claimed team title in Greco-Roman at the U23 European wrestling Championships.
Russia is second at the competition in Novi Sad, Serbia.
Turkey is just behind the leaders with 141 points. Only 8 points more than fifth Ukraine claimed the wrestlers from Romania.
GOLD – Georgia (178 points)
SILVER – Russia (167 points)
BRONZE – Turkey (141 points)
Fourth – Romania (78 points)
Fifth – Ukraine (70 points)
— United World Wrestling (@wrestling) March 6, 2019
GOLD – Kerem KAMAL (TUR) df. Razvan ARNAUT (ROU), 5-1
BRONZE – Ivo Krasimirov ILIEV (BUL) df. Zhora ABOVIAN (UKR), 4-2
BRONZE – Sadyk LALAEV (RUS) df. Irakli DZIMISTARISHVILI (GEO), 7-0
GOLD – Alen MIRZOIAN (RUS) df. Sebastian NAD (SRB), 10-0
BRONZE – Artur POLITAIEV (UKR) df. Valentin PETIC (MDA), 8-0
BRONZE – Aliaksandr LIAVONCHYK (BLR) df. Alexandru SOLOMON (ROU), 7-4
GOLD – Ramaz ZOIDZE (GEO) df. Magomed YARBILOV (RUS), 7-1
BRONZE – Cengiz ARSLAN (TUR) df. Juan Sebastian AAK (NOR), 9-5
BRONZE – Stoyan Stoychev KUBATOV (BUL) df. Islambek DADOV (AZE), 4-2
GOLD – Zotlan LEVAI (HUN) vs. Vaag MARGARIAN (RUS), 3-1
BRONZE – Hasan Basri YILDIRIM (TUR) df. ltun VAZIRZADE (AZE), 2-0
BRONZE – Stanislau SHAFARENKA (BLR) df. Svetoslav NIKOLOV (BUL), via fall
GOLD – Arvi SAVOLAINEN (FIN) df. Giorgi MELIA (GEO), 4-1
BRONZE – Ibrahim TIGCI (TUR) df. Ruslan BEKUZAROV (RUS), 5-0
BRONZE – Vladen KOZLIUK (UKR) df. Arif NIFTULLAYEV (AZE), via fall