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PostPosted: Sep.26.13 1:47 pm 
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Д.Гомбодорж, П.Өнөрбат нар хүрэл медаль хүртлээ
ОХУ-ын нийслэл Якут хотноо болж буй ЗХУ-ын гавьяат дасгалжуулагч Коркины нэрэмжит олон улсын тэмцээнээс 74 кг-д барилдсан чөлөөт бөхийн олон улсын хэмжээний мастер Д.Гомбодорж, П.Өнөрбат нар хүрэл медаль хүртлээ.

Мөн үндэсний бөхийн барилдаан болох "Хапасгай" барилдаанд М.Мэндсайхан 30 бөхөөс гуравдугаар байрт шалгарсан байна.

Дашрамд дуулгахад, ОХУ-ын Красноярск хотод энэ сарын 25-27-ны өдрүүдэд олимпийн гурван удаагийн аварга Б.Сайтиевийн нэрэмжит өсвөрийн тэмцээн, энэ сарын 22-24-ний өдрүүдэд Азербайжан улсын Баку хотод болох “Алтан гранпри” тэмцээнүүдэд оролцох манай баг тамирчид бэлтгэл сургуулилтаа базааж байгаа гэнэ.

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Чөлөөт бөхийн жинд өөрчлөлт оруулжээ

Олон улсын бөхийн төрлүүдийн нэгдсэн холбоо /FILA/-ноос чөлөөт болон сонгомол бөхийн жингийн ангилалд оруулсан өөрчлөлтийн талаар албан ёсоор мэдэгдлээ. Шинэчилсэн жингийн ангилал нь 2016 оны Рио-де-Жанейрогийн олимпийн хөтөлбөрт багтах учиртай юм. Мөн FILA-гаас чөлөөт бөхийн дүрмийн өөрчлөлт, тэмцээн, уралдааны форматыг танилцуулсан байна. Энэ өөрчлөлтийн тухайд 2014 оны нэгдүгээр сарын 1-нээс эхэлж мөрдөх ажээ.

Өмнө нь эмэгтэйчүүдийн чөлөөт бөхийн ангилалд олимпийн жинд дөрвөн жин багтдаг байсан бол хоёрыг нэмж оруулснаараа онцлогтой. Эсрэгээрээ эрэгтэйчүүдийн төрлөөс нэг жинг хасчээ. Ингэснээр Риогийн дэвжээнд чөлөөт бөхийн эрэгтэй, эмэгтэй төрөл, мөн сонгомол бөхийн тус тус зургаан жингийн ангилалд бөхчүүд өрсөлдөх болж байна.

Олимпийн шинэ жингийн ангиллуудыг танилцуулъя.

Чөлөөт бөх /эрэгтэй/: 57, 65, 74, 86, 97, 125 кг

Сонгомол бөх: 59, 66, 75, 85, 98, 130 кг

Чөлөөт бөх /эмэгтэй/: 48, 53, 58, 63, 69, 75 кг

Олимпиос бусад буюу дэлхийн болон тивийн аварга шалгаруулах тэмцээн, Дэлхийн цом, Алтан гран-при зэрэг FILA-гийн тэмцээнүүдэд чөлөөт бөхийн эрэгтэйчүүдийн төрөлд 61 ба 70 кг, чөлөөт бөхийн эмэгтэйчүүдийн төрөлд 55 ба 60 кг, сонгомол бөхийн төрөлд 71 ба 80 кг-ын жингийн ангиллыг нэмж оруулах гэнэ. Харин өсвөр үе болон залуучуудын жингийн ангилалд ямарваа нэг өөрчлөлт оруулаагүй байна.

Барилдааны дүрмийн тухайд зарим нэг өөрчлөлт оруулсан бөгөөд заримаас дурдвал, чөлөөт бөхийн төрөлд өрсөлдөгчөөсөө 10 оноо илүү авсан, харин сонгомол бөхийн төрөлд найман оноо илүү авсан техникийн давуу ялалт байгуулсанд тооцно. Чөлөөт бөхийн төрөлд бүх төрлийн шидэлтэд 4, сонгомол барилдаанд 4 оноо, онцгой, уран гоё шидэлтэд 5 оноо өгч байх, гурван онооны хоёр шидэлт хийх, эсвэл таван онооны шидэлт хийвэл барилдааныг шууд дуусгаж байхаар шинэчилсэн дүрэмд тусгажээ. Түүнчлэн хэвтээ барилдаанд нуман тулгуурт оруулж, таван секунд дарахад нэг оноо өгч байхаар болсон байна.


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PostPosted: Mar.03.14 10:47 am 
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“Mongolia open” ОУ-ын тэмцээн өндөрлөлөө

Монголын чөлөөт бөхийн холбооноос дөрөв дэх жилдээ зохион байгуулж буй “Mongolia open-2014” бөхийн чөлөөт барилдааны олон улсын тэмцээн гуравдугаар сарын 1-2-ны өдрүүдэд “Буянт-Ухаа” спортын ордонд боллоо. Тэмцээнд ОХУ, Япон, Болгар, АНУ, Тажикистан, Кыргызстан, БНАСАУ, Казахстан, БНХАУ, Украин, Монгол зэрэг 11 орны 200 гаруй тамирчид оролцов.

“Mongolia open-2014” тэмцээнийг “Алтай” констракшн ивээн тэтгэн, зохион байгуулагчаар ажиллаж байна.

Тэмцээний дүнг танилцуулья.

ЭМЭГТЭЙ

48 кг

1.HYANG NAM JON /БНАСАУ/
2.ELENA VOSTRIKOVA /ОХУ/
3.Ц.Цэнджав /Монгол/
3.Б.Даваасүрэн /Монгол/

53 кг

1. YUKI IKEGAME /Япон/
2. Алтанцэцэгийн Батцэцэг /Монгол/
3. Эрдэнэчимэгийн Сумъяа /Монгол/
3. Stalvira Orshush /ОХУ/

55 кг

1.KUM OK HAN /БНАСАУ/
2.Номин-Эрдэнэ /Монгол/
3. NAILA ABZOLOVA /ОХУ/
3.Л.Хонгорзул /Монгол/

58 кг – Энэхүү жингийн ангилалд 5 бөх зодоглосон бөгөөд тойргийн журмаар барилдсан
1. Шоовдор /Монгол/
2. Бямбацэрэн /Монгол/
3. Орхон /Монгол/

60 кг

1.С.Цэрэнчимэд /Монгол/
2.Т.Мөнхтуяа /Монгол/
3. Екатерина Вьюнова /ОХУ/

63 кг

1. Очирбатын Насанбурмаа /Монгол/
2. Шархүүгийн Түмэнцэцэг /Монгол/
3. LING LING BAO /БНХАУ/
3. Б.Нямгэрэл /Монгол/

69 кг

1.Б.Одончимэг /Монгол/
2.YOUNG MI RI /БНАСАУ/
3.Болортунгалаг /Монгол/
3.Оюунгэрэл /Монгол/

75 кг

1. Hiroe Suzuki /Япон/
2. Очирбатын Бурмаа /Монгол/
3. Alena STARODUBTSEVA /ОХУ/
3. Чандаган Цагаан /БНХАУ/




ЭРЭГТЭЙ

57 кг

1.VICTOR RASSADIN /ОХУ/
2.Yasuhiro INABA /ЯПОН/
3.Д.Цогтбаатар /Монгол/
3.NIKOLAY NOEV /Тажикистан/

61 кг

1. Timur Pesterev /ОХУ/
2. Лхамгармаа /Монгол/
3. Б.Номин /Монгол/
3. BULAT BATOEV /ОХУ/


65 кг

1.Б.Батмагнай /Монгол/
2.BAZAR BAZARGURUEV / Кыргызстан /
3.KOTARA TANAKA /Япон/
3.Б.Нямдорж /Монгол/

70 кг

1. Г.Мандахнаран /Монгол/
2. Б.Батзориг /Монгол/
3. Лхагвадорж /Монгол/
3. BUDAJAPOV ARSLAN /ОХУ/

74 кг

1.Amanessen AMANESSEN / Казахстан /
2.Ц.Өнөрбат /Монгол/
3.Анхбаяр /Монгол/
3.ANTOLIYVICH BAZAY /Болгар/

86 кг

1. Albert Saritov /ОХУ/
2. Нямбаяр /Монгол/
3. П.Өсөхбаатар /Монгол/
3. Пүрэвдорж /Монгол/

97 кг

1.Доржхандын Хүдэрбулга /Монгол/
2.Чагнаадоржийн Ганзориг /Монгол/
3.MAMED IBRAGIMOV /Казахстан/
3.Цагаан заан /БНХАУ/

125 кг

1. Н.Золбоо /Монгол/
2. Ж.Чулуунбат /Монгол/
3. Р.Пүрэвдагва /Монгол/
3. Б.Одгэрэл /Монгол/

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PostPosted: Mar.15.14 1:00 pm 
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Энэ сайтад бөхийн тэмцээний үр дүн, мэдээ, онлайнаар үзэх линк, шуурхай мэдээ,
бусад хэрэгтэй линкүүд байнга тавигдана: http://www.wrestling.ca/news/article.php?id=2478

Бөхийн форум: Womens World Cup

http://forums.themat.com/phpBB3/viewtop ... 7f05bbcee9


Интернетээр үзэх линк: http://www.teamusa.org/USA-Wrestling/Fe ... p-Schedule

Интернетээр үзэх линк:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9GXfKsT7bo
Интернетээр үзэх линк: http://www.youtube.com/user/USAWrestling2008

Интернетээр үзэх линк: http://www.teamusa.org/USA-Wrestling/Fe ... -World-Cup


World Cup on TV: http://forums.themat.com/phpBB3/viewtop ... 7f05bbcee9

themat.com бол бөхийн гол сайтын нэг, эндээс хэрэгтэй мэдээ, үр дүн, оноолт олж болно.

totallympics.com - д тэмцээний үр дүн, оноолт байнга тавигдана.

http://totallympics.com/forum.php?mod=f ... lay&fid=45

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http://totallympics.com/forum.php?mod=v ... a=page%3D1

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Mar 14 Draws set for Women’s World Cup as USA has Japan, China and Hungary in tough Pool A


By Gary Abbott USA Wrestling | March 14, 2014, 11:09 a.m. (ET)
Draw information and photos courtesy of Ikuo Higuchi, Japan Wrestling Federation

The weigh-in and draw has been held at the Women’s World Cup, the world dual meet championship for women’s freestyle wrestling in Tokyo, Japan.

The United States has drawn into Pool A, which features host Japan, returning World Cup champion China and Hungary. At the 2013 World Championships, Japan was first, the United States was third, China was fourth and Hungary was eighth.

Pool B features Mongolia, Ukraine, Russia and Canada. Mongolia was second at the 2013 World Championships, Ukraine was fifth, Russia was sixth and Canada was seventh.

The United States will wrestle Japan in the first session, Hungary in the second session and China in the third session, all which are held on Saturday.

On Sunday, the finals bouts for 1st place, 3rd place, 5th place and 7th place will be held. Pairings will be based upon the standings in each pool.

The United States will feature 2012 World champions Elena Pirozhkova (63 kg) and Adeline Gray (75 kg), plus 2008 Olympic bronze medalist Randi Miller (69 or 75 kg). Past World medalists on the team are Alyssa Lampe (48 kg) and Helen Maroulis (53 kg).

The last time the United States won the Women’s World Cup was in 2004, when the event was also held in Tokyo.

WOMEN’S WORLD CUP DRAW
At Tokyo, Japan, March 15-16

POOL A – Japan, USA; China, Hungary
POOL B – Mongolia, Ukraine, Russia, Canada

Saturday, March 15

10:00 a..m. – Session I
Pool A - China vs. Hungary; Japan vs. USA
Pool B – Russia vs. Canada; Mongolia vs. Ukraine

2:30 p.m. – Opening Ceremonies

3:00 p.m. – Session II
Pool A - USA vs. Hungary; Japan vs. China
Pool B – Ukraine vs. Canada; Mongolia vs. Russia

5:00 p.m. – Session III
Pool A - USA vs. China; Japan vs. Hungary
Pool B – Ukraine vs. Russia; Mongolia vs. Canada

Sunday, March 16

10:00 a.m. – 7th place match
11:00 a.m. – 5th place match
2:00 p.m. – 3rd place match
3:00 p.m. – 1st place match



Pool draw & team pairings set for Freestyle World Cup in Los Angeles, Calif., March 15-16

http://www.teamusa.org/USA-Wrestling/Fe ... -announced

By Gary Abbott USA Wrestling | March 04, 2014, 5:54 p.m. (ET)
The international wrestling federation FILA has announced the draw for the pool competition at the 2014 Freestyle World Cup, set for the Forum, presented by Chase, in Inglewood, Calif., March 15-16.

The World Cup is the annual international dual meet championships, and will feature the top 10 men’s freestyle wrestling teams in the world.

The random draw was conducted at the FILA Bureau meeting held in Rome, Italy on Friday, February 28. The top two teams from the 2013 Freestyle World Cup, Iran and Russia, were automatically placed in different pools.

Pool A will feature returning World Cup champion Iran, host United States, India, Armenia and Turkey.

The teams in Pool A had the following placements at the 2013 World Championships in Budapest, Hungary: Iran (1st), United States (5th), India (6th), Armenia (9th, tie) and Turkey (9th, tie).

Pool B will feature returning World Cup runner-up Russia, Georgia, Ukraine, Mongolia and Japan.

The teams in Pool B had the following placements at the 2013 World Championships in Budapest, Hungary: Russia (2nd), Georgia (3rd), Ukraine (4th), Mongolia (7th, tie) and Japan (14th).

The World Cup field is split into two pools of five nations, with each team competing against the other four teams in its pool. The winning teams of each pool will compete for first place; second place in each pool will compete for third place; third place in each pool will compete for fifth place; fourth place in each pool will compete for seventh place and fifth place in each pool will compete for ninth place.

Based upon the draw, the local organizing committee for the Freestyle World Cup has finalized the pool pairings for each session at the 2014 Freestyle World Cup.

There are two competition sessions each day of the Freestyle World Cup

On Saturday, March 15, Session I runs from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Highlights of this session include the first two matches for host Team USA in Pool A, who will face Armenia and India. Returning champion Iran has its first match against Armenia. In Pool B, last year’s runner-up Russia has its first two bouts, going against Mongolia and Ukraine. Worldwide interest will be on the match between Russia and Ukraine at 2:00 p.m., with these nations in the news at this time.

Session II on Saturday begins with the Opening Ceremony at 5:00 p.m. Competition begins at 5:30 p.m. and is scheduled to run through 9:30 p.m. Pool A competition comes first, and returning champion Iran has two matches. The two bouts at 6:30 p.m. will receive international attention due to international rivalries as host USA battles Iran, as well as the Turkey vs. Armenia match. In Pool B, Team Georgia will have two tough tests, facing Mongolia and Ukraine.

Sunday, March 16 starts with Session III, scheduled from 11:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. The pool competition will be concluded in the first two hours of the session with two matches in each pool. The top three teams in last year’s World Cup, Iran, Russia and the United States, all have matches early in this session. Also scheduled for Session III are the fifth-place, seventh-place and ninth-place finals bouts.

Session IV will conclude the competition, with the third-place match at 5:00 p.m. and the first-place Championship Match at 6:00 p.m. Awards ceremonies will follow the first-place match.

Tickets are now available via Ticketmaster, through http://www.ticketmaster.com/, http://www.fabulousforum.com, and The Forum Box Office. The phone number for Ticketmaster is 800-745-3000.

The discounted All-Session tickets for the two-day event will be available for a limited time, and at three price levels:
• General Admission (Sections 201-211 and 225-236) for $50 face value
• Preferred Seating (in the 100 levels) for $130 face value
• VIP (100 levels center mat) for $270 face value.

All Ticketmaster purchases are subject to a convenience fee.

For more information on the Freestyle World Cup, visit http://www.wrestlingworldcup.com

FREESTYLE WORLD CUP
at the Forum, presented by Chase, Inglewood, Calif., March 15-16

Competition Schedule

Saturday, March 15

Session I
11:00 a.m. – USA vs. Armenia; India vs. Turkey
12:00 noon – USA vs. India; Iran vs. Armenia
1:00 p.m. – Georgia vs. Japan, Mongolia vs. Russia
2:00 p.m. – Japan vs. Mongolia; Ukraine vs. Russia

5:00 p.m. – Opening Ceremonies

Session II
5:30 p.m. – Iran vs. Turkey; Armenia vs. India
6:30 p.m. – USA vs. Iran; Turkey vs. Armenia
7:30 p.m. – Mongolia vs. Georgia; Japan vs. Ukraine
8:30 p.m. – Georgia vs. Ukraine; Russia vs. Japan

Sunday, March 16

Session III
11:00 a.m. – Iran vs. India, USA vs. Turkey
12:00 noon – Russia vs. Georgia; Ukraine vs. Mongolia
1:30 p.m. – Seventh-place match and Ninth-place match
2:30 p.m. – Fifth-place match

Session IV
5:00 p.m. – Third-place match
6:00 p.m. – First-place match and Award Ceremonies

ABOUT USA WRESTLING
USA Wrestling is the National Governing Body for the Sport of Wrestling in the United States and, as such, is its representative to the United States Olympic Committee and the International Wrestling Federation FILA. Simply, USA Wrestling is the central organization that coordinates amateur wrestling programs in the nation and works to create interest and participation in these programs. Its president is James Ravannack, and its Executive Director is Rich Bender.

http://www.fila-official.com/; Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/fila.official, or Twitter handle, @FILA_Official.


Дэлхийн цом”-д оролцох тамирчид эх орноосоо мордлоо
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Энэ сарын 15, 16 буюу ирэх амралтын өдрүүдэд Япон улсын нийслэл Токио хотноо эмэгтэй чөлөөт бөхийн “Дэлхийн цом”-ын тэмцээн зохион байгуулагдана. Уг тэмцээнд эх орноо төлөөлөн оролцох эмэгтэй баг өнөөдөр эх орноосоо мордлоо. Энэ удаагийн “Дэлхийн цом”-д АНУ, БНХАУ, Украйн, ОХУ, Япон, Канад, Унгар, Монгол гэх найман орны баг тамирчид өрсөлдөх юм байна. Манайхаас

Э.Нарангэрэл – 48кг /ОУХМ/

Э.Сумъяа – 53кг /ОУХМ/

С.Бямбацэрэн – 55кг /ОУХМ/

С.Цэрэнчимэд – 58кг /ОУХМ/

Т.Мөнхтуяа – 60кг /ОУХМ/

О.Насанбурмаа – 63кг /МУГТ/

Б.Одончимэг – 67кг /ОУХМ/

О.Бурмаа – 75кг /МУГТ/

Б.Алтанхуяг – Багийн дарга /ОРХОН аймгийн ЧБХ-ны ТЭРГҮҮН/

Б.Батбаяр – Ахлах дасгалжуулагч /ОУХМ/

Т.Сүхбаатар – Дасгалжуулагч /МУГД/

М.Саранцацрал – Эмч /Спорт анагаах ухааны албаны эмч/

Б.Төмөрбаатар – Шүүгч /Олимпийн зэрэглэлийн шүүгч/

Ц.Сэрээтэр – Шүүгч /Олон улсын шүүгч/

Д.Дагвадорж - МЧБХ-ны Ерөнхийлөгч гэсэн 15 хүний бүрэлдэхүүнтэй тэмцээнд оролцохоор явжээ.


WOMEN’ S WORLD CUP - PREVIEW
2014.3.13

By William MAY, FILA-Official.com

Without Leader Icho, Japan Faces Battle to Reclaim Women's World Cup Title

TOKYO (March 13) – Japan had hoped that having three world champions in their stable would give them the early edge in their efforts to reclaim the World Cup of women’s freestyle wrestling this weekend in Tokyo.

Eri TOSAKA at 48kg, Saori YOSHIDA at 53kg, Kaori ICHO at 58kg were expected to give the Japanese a flying start in their bid for a seventh World Cup, and then the energy and enthusiasm of the faithful crowding Azusawa Gymnasium in Tokyo would carry the hometown sweethearts to victory. But, that was before Black Tuesday.

On Tuesday, Japanese team officials and wrestlers learned that national team coach Eikatsu YOSHIDA, father of three-time Olympic champion Saori, had died of an apparent brain hemorrhage.

And, just as that tragic news was sinking in, team officials revealed that Icho had sustained a neck injury, which makes her a big question mark for the March 15 event.

With Icho on the sidelines and Yoshida mourning, Tosaka and the younger Japanese will have to pick up their game against the likes of current Cup holder China, an emerging Mongolian team, a resurgent United States, and the young guns from Canada.

Since the inaugural event in 2001, Japan has won the World Cup six times, most recently two years ago in Tokyo. China also has won six Cups, including last year in Ulaanbaatar.

The Japanese and the Chinese, however, cannot overlook Mongolia, which upset Japan in pool competition last year, nearly defeated China in the final, and then nearly pipped Japan for the team title at the world championships in September. And, this year’s Mongolian team appears to be even stronger and more confident.

The World Cup features the top eight teams from last September’s world championships – Japan, Mongolia, United States, China, Ukraine, Russia, Canada and Hungary – in a dual-meet team competition.

World Cup Schedule

Friday, March 14 4-5 p.m. Technical conference and Draw

5:45-6:15 p.m. Weigh-in, all categories

Saturday, March 15 10 a.m.-noon Pool matches, first round

2:30-3 p.m. Opening ceremony

3-5 p.m. Pool matches, second round

5-7 p.m. Pool matches, third round

Sunday, March 16 10-11 a.m. Final for 7th-8th place

11 a.m.-noon Final for 5th-6th place

2-3 p.m. Final for 3rd place

3-4 p.m. Championship final

4-4:30 p.m. Awards ceremonies

JAPAN

With Kaori ICHO unlikely to see any time on the mat this weekend, the task of team leader falls to world champion Eri TOSAKA, who will kick things off at 48kg.

Tosaka’s most formidable foes likely be two world champions from 51kg -- Jessica MacDONALD (CAN) and SUN Yanan (CHN). It will be interesting to see how the 48kg champion handles the bigger, more powerful opponents.

The “understudies” – junior world champs Chiho HAMADA, Kanako MURATA, Risako KAWAI -- will then have their chance to perform on the big stage along with world bronze medalist Sara DOSHO at 69kg, Yarygin Grand Prix champion Yurika ITO at 63kg, and five-time former world champion Kyoko HAMAGUCHI at 75kg.

CHINA

Cup holder China won five straight World Cups from 2007 to 2011, and added a sixth title last year.

China brings two world champions to Tokyo with 51kg titlist SUN Yanan entered at 48kg and 72kg winner ZHANG Fengliu moving up to 75kg. Former world champion at 67kg XILUO Zhuoma is entered at 63kg and owns a win over Japan’s Ito at the Asia championships last year.

The key for China in defending the World Cup crown may well rest with 2012 junior world champion at 72kg ZHOU Feng, who is entered at 69kg.

MONGOLIA

Mongolia upset Japan in the pool matches, 4-3, last year and led China, 3-2, in the final before letting the Cup slip from their grasp in the final two bouts. In the world championships, Mongolia also made a run at the team title but came up one point short of their first-ever world crown.

Mongolia brings to Tokyo its two world silver medalists from Budapest – SUMIYA Erdenechimeg at 53kg and SORONZONBOLD Battsetseg at 63kg – along with three bronze medalists.

London 2012 Olympian SUNDEV BYAMBATSEREN at 55kg and junior world champion SUKHEE Tserenchimed at 59kg give Mongolia the horsepower to romp past any team.

UNITED STATES

The United States, which won the third World Cup in 2003, is the only country outside of Japan or China to have a World Cup in their trophy case.

This year, the US brings all seven of their entries from last year’s world championships, led by 2012 world champion Elena PIROZHKOVA at 63kg. Pirozhkova, who earned a bronze medal last year, is joined by 2013 bronze medal winners Alyssa LAMPE at 48kg and Adeline GRAY at 75kg.

Beijing 2008 Olympic Games bronze medalist Randi MILLER returns to the American team for the first time in five years and is slated for 69kg or 75kg. Miller will be joined by 2012 world silver medalist Helen MAROULIS at 53kg, World University Games 59kg silver medalist Alli RAGAN at 55kg and junior world bronze medalist Jennifer PAGE.


CANADA

Canada arrives in Tokyo led by 2012 world champion Jessica MacDONALD entered at 48kg but World Cup success may well hinge on the performances of last year’s World Cup individual winner Michelle FAZZARI and a trio of wrestlers making their World Cup debuts.

Erica WIEBE, entered at 75kg, posted wins over world champ ZHANG Fengliu (CHN) and 2011 world runner-up Ekaterina BUKINA (RUS) earlier this year. Dorothy YEATS is a two-time junior world champion and 2012 senior world runner-up, while junior world silver medalist Braxton STONE won two senior-level events last summer.

RUSSIA

London 2012 gold medalist Natalya VOROBIEVA tops the Russian entry list and most recently has won the Yarygin Grand Prix crown at 69kg in January. Vorobieva has been unbeaten since last year’s world championships final where she was caught in a quick headlock and pinned.

Maria GUROVA comes into Tokyo with back-to-back wins at the Yarygin Grand Prix and in Klippan, but may find 53kg loaded with talent like world silver medalist SUMIYA Erdenechimeg (MGL) and 2012 world runner-up Helen MAROULIS (USA).

Meanwhile, World University Games champion Valeria KOBLOVA, who had been expected to wrestle in the World Cup, was not on the final entry list of wrestlers traveling to Tokyo.

UKRAINE

World champion Alina MAKHINIA is absent from Ukraine’s World Cup entry list even after her triumph at the Medved Prizes last week. Instead, Ukraine will send a young squad of rising stars.

Universiade silver medalist Irina HUSYAK (UKR) is entered at 55kg will seek to improve on her Medved Prizes second place. Junior world silver medalist at 55kg Larisa SKOBLYUK will wrestle at 53kg and European junior champion Ilona SEMKIV will try her luck at 48kg.

HUNGARY

Marianna SASTIN became Hungary’s first world champion in women’s freestyle in Budapest last September and leads Hungary into its first-ever women’s World Cup. With the new weight categories, Sastin will discover 58kg crowded with many top wrestlers including Risako KAWAI (JPN) and Yarygin Grand Prix runner-up at 60kg Zhargalma TSYRENOVA (RUS).

Emese BARKA became Hungary’s second-ever world medalist with a bronze at 55kg last year and will be joined by junior world bronze medalist Mercedesz DENES at 48kg and cadet world champion Ramona GALAMBOS at 60kg.

Death of Coach Overshadows Preparations for Women’s World Cup

TOKYO (March 13) – Japan’s plans to reclaim the World Cup this coming weekend in Tokyo were met with tragic news Tuesday as national team coach Eikatsu YOSHIDA (JPN), father of three-time Olympic Champion Saori YOSHIDA (JPN), died of an apparent brain hemorrage. He was 61.

The elder Yoshida was reportedly on his way to meet some wrestlers who were taking part in the final training camp prior to the World Cup on Saturday and Sunday. He was found limp and unconscious in his car on the shoulder of the Ise expressway.

Yoshida was rushed to a nearby hospital where doctors confirmed his death. The cause of death was given as a brain hemorrhage.

Yoshida won the All-Japan national championships crown in men’s freestyle at 57kg as a student at Senshu University. After he ended his competitive career, he opened his own wrestling school for children.

Yoshida was named a national team coach in 2009 and was scheduled to serve as one of the coaches for the women’s World Cup team this weekend.


China seeks to defend Women’s World Cup title in Tokyo, Japan, March 15-16

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By Gary Abbott USA Wrestling | March 13, 2014, 6:29 p.m. (ET)
The world’s eight best wrestling nations in women’s freestyle wrestling will come together to battle in the Women’s World Cup in Tokyo, Japan, March 15-16.

China is the defending champion, with Mongolia second and Japan third at the 2013 Women’s World Cup, held in Ulan Battar, Mongolia. All three of these nations return to compete this year.

Also competing at the 2014 Women’s World Cup are the United States, Canada, Russia, Ukraine and Hungary.

The teams were selected based upon the team standings at the 2013 World Championships in Budapest, Hungary, where Japan won the team title, with Mongolia in second and the United States in third.

Special thanks goes to Ikuo Higuchi of Japan, who provided the preliminary rosters for the eight nations. A review shows that there are numerous World and Olympic medalists in the field.

Returning World Cup champion China is led by 2013 World champions Sun Yanan (48 kg) and Zhang Fengliu (75 kg).

2013 World Cup runner-up Mongolia will be led by past World medalists Erdenechimeg Sumiya (53 kg), Battsetseg Soronzonbold (63 kg), Nasanburmaa Ochirbat (63 kg) and Burmaa Ochirbat (75 kg).

Host Japan brings a loaded lineup to the World Cup, led by a pair of three-time Olympic champions, Saori Yoshida (53 kg) and Kaori Icho (58 kg). Yoshida has also won 11 World titles, and Icho is an eight-time World champion. Other Japanese stars include five-time World champion Kyoko Hamaguchi (72 kg) and 2013 World champion Eri Tosaka.

The United States will feature 2012 World champions Elena Pirozhkova (63 kg) and Adeline Gray (75 kg), plus 2008 Olympic bronze medalist Randi Miller (69 or 75 kg). Past World medalists on the team are Alyssa Lampe (48 kg) and Helen Maroulis (53 kg).

Russia’s preliminary roster features 2012 Olympic champion Natalia Vorobieva at 69 kg, and 2013 World bronze medalist Valeria Chepsarakova at 48 kg and 2011 World silver medalist Ekaterina Bukina at 75 kg.

Canada’s stars include 2012 World champion Jessica MacDonald (48 kg), 2012 World silver medalist Dorothy Yates (69 kg) and World bronze medalist Justine Bouchard (63 kg).

Ukraine has a young lineup led by 2013 Junior World silver medalist Larisa Skoblyuk at 53 kg and World University Games silver medalist Iryna Husyak at 55 kg, plus Tatyana Lavrenchuk at 60 kg who was fifth at the World Championships two times.

Hungary boasts 2013 World champion Marianna Sastin (58 kg) and 2013 World bronze medalist Emese Barka (55 kg).

The field will be split into two pools, and the winners of each pool will compete for the team title. Each of these teams will get four high-quality dual meets.

The event is being held the exact same days at the Men’s Freestyle World Cup in Los Angeles, Calif. By the end of Sunday, FILA will have two new World dual meet champion teams – one in women’s freestyle determined in Tokyo and one in men’s freestyle set in LA.

WOMEN’S WORLD CUP
At Tokyo, Japan, March 15-16

Preliminary Team rosters
(bio info from Ikuo Higuchi/Japan Wrestling Federation)

China
48kg Sun Yanan =1992-09-15 / 2013 World Championships champion at 51kg
53kg Zhong Xuechun =1994-01-18 / Competed in 2013 World Championships at 55kg
55kg Guan Yajing =1993-01-06 / Third in 2013 Dave Schultz Memorial International at 55kg
58kg Zhou Zhangtingi =1990-02-11 / 5th in 2013 World Championships at 67kg
60kg Han Yingyan =1988-5-10 /  
63kg Zhou Zhangting =1990-02-11 / 5th in 2013 World Championships at 67kg
69kg Zhou Feng =1993-09-12 / 2012 World junior Championships champion at 72kg
75kg Zhang Fengliu =1989-01-01 / 2013 World Championships champion at 72kg

Mongolia
48kg Erdenesukh Narangerel =1990-11-25 / 5th in 2012 Asian Championships at 48kg
48kg Erkhembayar Davaanchimeg =1993-03-22 / Second in 2012 World University Championships at 51kg
53kg Erdenechimeg Sumiya =1990-02-28 / Second in 2013 World Championships at 51kg
55kg Byambatseren Sundev =1990-03-24 / Competed in 2012 Londo Olympics at 55kg
55kg Orkhon Purevdorj =1993-12-25 / Third in 2013 World junior Championships at 55kg
58kg Munkhtuya Tungalag =1988-08-29 / Third in 2013 World Championships at 59kg
60kg Sukhee Tserenchimegd =1995-02-24 / 2013 World junior Championships champion at 59kg
63kg Battsetseg Soronzonbold =1990-05-03 / Second in 2013 World Championships at 63kg
69kg Nasanburmaa Ochirbat =1989-04-14 / Third in 2013 World Championships at 67kg
69kg Sharkhuu Tumentsetseg =1990-06-24 / 5th in 2012 Momgolia Open at 63kg
75kg Burmaa Ochirbat =1982-05-28 / Third in 2013 World Championships at 72kg
75kg Badrakh Odonchimeg =1981-10-12 / Third in 2013 Asian Championships at 72kg

USA
48kg Alyssa Lampe =1988-10-03 / Third in 2013 World Championships at 48kg
48kg Victoria Anthony =1991-06-24 / 5th in 2013 World Championships at 51kg
53kg Helen Maroulis =1991-09-19 / 7th in 2013 World Championships at 55kg
55kg Kelsey Campbell = 1985-06-05/ 5th in 2010 World Championships at 59 kg
58kg Alli Ragan =1992-06-16 / 9th in 2013 World Championships at 59kg
60kg Jennifer Page =1993-03-14 / Third in 2013 World junior Championships at 63kg
63kg Elena Pirozhkova =1986-10-13 / Third in 2013 World Championships at 63kg
69kg Veronica Carlson =1990-10-12 / Competed in 2013 World Championships at 67kg
75kg Adeline Gray =1991-01-15 / Third in 2013 World Championships at 72kg
69kg or 75kg Randi Miller =1983-11-03 / 2014 Dave Schultz Memorial International champion at 69kg

Canada
48kg Jessica Macdonald =1984-12-07 / 2012 World Championships at 51kg champion
48kg Natasha Kramble =1990-03-27 / Competed in 2013 World Championships at 48kg
53kg Vanessa Brown =1986-08-08 / 2010 Pan American Championshos champion at 51kg
55kg Jillian Gallays =1986-10-20 / Competed in 2013 World Championships at 55kg
58kg Braxton Papadopoulos / Second in2014 Dave Schultz Memorial International at 58kg
60kg Michelle Fazzari/ Second in 2013 New York Athletic Club International at 59kg
63kg Justine Bouchard =1986-01-12 / Competed in 2013 World Championships at 63kg
69kg Dorothy Yeats =1993-07-29 / Second in 2012 World Championships at 67kg
75kg Erica Wiebe =1989-06-13 / 2013 World Championships at 72kg7位

Russia
(After Medved International Tournament (Belarus), wrestlers will be select)
48kg Valeria Chepsarakova =1989-01-31 / Third in 2013 World University Games at 48kg
48kg Elena Vostrikova =1989-12-02歳 / 10th in 2013 World Championships at 48kg
48kg Nadeshda Fedorova =1992-02-21 / Second in 2014 Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix at 48kg
53kg Maria Gurova =1989-04-16 / 2014 Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix champion at 53kg
53kg Natalya Malysheva =1994-01-02 / Third in 2014 Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix at 53kg
55kg Irina Ologonova =1990-01-21 / Third in 2014 Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix at 55kg
58kg Valeria Koblova =1992-10-09 / 5th in 2012 London Olympics at 55kg
58kg Zhargalma Tsyrenova =1989-06-09 / Second in 2014 Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix at 60kg
60kg Svetlana Lipatova =1993-02-19 / 2014 Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix champion at 60kg
63kg Inna Trazhukova =1990-09-11 / Third in 2014 Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix at 63kg
63kg Valeria Lazinskaya =1992-12-10 / Third in 2013 International Olympia Tournament at 63kg
63kg Svetlana Babushkina =1992-02-15 / 5th in 2013 World University Games at 67kg
69kg Darima Sanzheeva =1989-05-18 / Second in 2014 Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix at 67kg
69kg Natalya Vorobieva =1991-05-27 / 2012 London Olympics champion at 72kg
75kg Ekaterina Bukina =1987-05-05 / 2013 World University Games champion at 72kg
75kg Alena Starodubtseva =1985-03-14 / Third in 2012 Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix at 72kg

Ukraine
48kg Ilona Semkiv =1994-09-21 / 2013 European junior Championships champion at 48kg
53kg Larisa Skoblyuk =1993-03-02 / Second in 2013 World junior Championships at 55kg
55kg Iryna Husyak =1990-04-30 / Second in 2013 World University Games at 55kg
55kg Tetiana Kit =1994-09-01 / 5th in 2012 World junior Championships at 55kg
58kg Tetiana Omelchenko =1994-04-23 / 2014 Paris Grand Prix champion at 60kg
60kg Tetyana Lavrenchuk =1993-03-03 / 5th in 2013 World Championships at 59kg
63kg Karyna Stankova =1994-03-19 / 8th in 2014 Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix at 63kg8位
69kg Oksana Vashchuk =1989-03-11 / 9th in 2012 World Championships at 72kg
75kg Kateryna Sassa =1990-10-19 /8th in 2013 Ukriine International at 72kg

Hungary
48kg Mercedesz Denes =1994-03-14 / Third in 2013 World junior Championships at 48kg
53kg Zsanett Egyed 8th in 2014 Paris Grand Prix53kg
55kg Emese Barka =1989-11-04 / Third in 2013 World Championships at 55kg
58kg Marianna Sastin =1983-07-10 / 2013 World Championships champion at 59kg
60kg Ramona Galambos =2013 World Cadet Championships champion at 60kg
63kg Gabriella Sleisz =1990-08-01 / 8th in 2013 World University Games at 63kg
69kg Vivien Szaraz =5th in 2013 World Cadet Championships at 70kg
75kg Zsanett Nemeth =1994-01-21 / Competed in 2013 World Championships at 72kg

Japan
48kg Eri Tosaka =1993-08-30 2013 / World Championships champion at 48kg
48kg Yuki Irie =1992-09-17 / 2014 Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix champion at 48kg
53kg Saori Yoshida =1982-10-05 / 2013 World Championships champion at 55kg (Three times Olympic champion)
53kg Nanami Irie =1995-01-08 / 2012 World Cadet Championships champion at 49kg
55kg Chiho Hamada =1992-11-17 / 2012 World Junior Championships champion at 59kg
55kg Kanako Murata =1993-08-10 / 2013 Golden Grand Prix champion at 55kg
58kg Kaori Icho =1984-06-13 / 2013 World Championships champion at 63kg (Three times Olympic champion)
58kg Risako Kawai =1994-11-21 / 2012 World Junior Championships champion at 55kg
60kg Katsuki Sakagami =1992-11-07 / Third in 2013 Golden Grand Prix champion at 59kg
60kg Haruka Sato =1992-05-02 / 2012 Hari Ram Grand Prix champion at 63kg
63kg Rio Watari =1991-09-19 / Third in 2013 Golden Grand Prix at 63kg
63kg Yurika Ito =1991-03-25 / 2014 Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix champion at 63kg
69kg Sara Dosho =1994-10-17 / Third in 2013 World Championships at 67kg
69kg Kayoko Kudo =1988-01-14 / Fifth in 2012 World Championships at 63kg
72kg Kyoko Hamaguchi =1978-01-11 / Competed in 2012 London Olympics at 72kg (Five times world champion)
72kg Mami Shinkai =1985-06-07 / Third in 2012 Asian Championships at 72kg

WOMEN’S WORLD CUP SCHEDULE
Tokyo time

Saturday, March 15
10:00 a..m. – Session I
2:30 p.m. – Opening Ceremonies
3:00 p.m. – Session II
5:00 p.m. – Session III

Sunday, March 16
10:00 a.m. – 7th place match
11:00 a.m. – 5th place match
2:00 p.m. – 3rd place match
3:00 p.m. – 1st place match







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Iran Seeks Record-Setting Third-Straight Team Title

LOS ANGELES, UNITED STATES (March 14)- The Iranian freestyle team looks poised to make wrestling history this weekend. Sporting one of the strongest lineups in the country’s storied history, the Iranian side is seeking a record third-straight World Cup title.

The current kings of wrestling team competition arrive in Los Angeles with a wealth of talent at their disposal, with World and Olympic medalists at an incredible six of the eight weights. Spearheading the Iranian effort will be top ranked Hassim RAHIMI at 57kg and Reza YAZDANI at 97kg, both gold medalists at the World Championships last year.

For the Iranians to three-peat they’ll likely need to make it past a talented Russia squad which includes 2013 World Champion Bekhan GOYGEREEV at 61kg and 2013 world bronze medalist Nariman ISRAPILOV at 57kg Th Ukraine also brings talent to Los Angeles with 2013 World Champion Ibragim ALDATOV at 86kg and Vasyl FEDORYSHYN at 81kg taking the mat in the hope of propelling their country to victory. Meanwhile the United States hopes its two 2012 Olympic champs Jake VARNER at 97kg and Jordan BURROUGHS at 74kg can lead Team USA to a championship in front of their home crowd.

Russia, the runner-up at the last two World Cups comes into this event as the favorites to face Iran in the gold medal finals, but they must pass stiff tests from proven group of Ukrainians and a surprising Mongolian side, which has enough talent to play the spoiler to the aspirations of the traditional freestyle wrestling powers. While Mongolia attempts to take down the best, India, another rising wrestling force from Asia, makes history by competing in its first World Cup.

While some of the greatest wrestling teams in the world showcase their amazing skills, fans should expect a full display of the athletes’ national passions in a various regional rivalries on display in pool competition. In Pool A, Turkey faces Armenia. In Pool B another blockbuster dual takes place as Russia and Ukraine meet each other in a battle which thrusts the Freestyle Wrestling World Cup into the center of the maelstrom of current international affairs, the same place the 2013 edition of this event found itself when hosted in the Iranian capital of Tehran.

Online Broadcast

An official Livestream will be provided for each match at FILA-Offical.com, and on YouTube.

World Cup Schedule

Saturday, March 15

Session I

11:00 – USA vs. Armenia; India vs. Turkey

12:00 – USA vs. India; Iran vs. Armenia

13:00 – Georgia vs. Japan, Mongolia vs. Russia

14:00 – Japan vs. Mongolia; Ukraine vs. Russia

17:00 – Opening Ceremonies

Session II

17:30 – Iran vs. Turkey; Armenia vs. India

18:30– USA vs. Iran; Turkey vs. Armenia

19:30 – Mongolia vs. Georgia; Japan vs. Ukraine

20:30 – Georgia vs. Ukraine; Russia vs. Japan

Sunday, March 16

Session III

11:00 – Iran vs. India, USA vs. Turkey

12:00 – Russia vs. Georgia; Ukraine vs. Mongolia

13:30 – Seventh-place match and Ninth-place match

14:30 – Fifth-place match

Session IV

17:00 – Third-place match

18:00 – First-place match and Award Ceremonies

World Cup Format

The World Cup of Freestyle Wrestling is a team competition where only the ten top finishing teams of the previous year’s World Championships receive invitations. The teams contest the event in a dual meet format where one country’s team matches up against another, and a single competitor from each team, in each weight class, face off in a single bout. The eight bouts of each dual meet occur in order of the following weights: 57kg, 61kg, 65kg, 70kg, 74kg, 86kg, 97kg and 125kg. For every bout won, a team earns a single point, and the team with the most points at the end wins the meet. The following criteria determine the winner in the case of a tied meet:

1. The total classification points

2. The most victories by fall, default, forfeit or disqualification

3. The most victories by superiority

4. The most technical points scored during the individual matches

5. The fewest technical points given during the individual matches

6. The outcome of the last individual match

World Cup dual meets take place within two, five-team pools. The teams compete in a round robin format within each pool. The two pool winners will wrestle for team gold, while the two pool runner-ups will wrestle for team bronze.

In addition to the team medals, the World Cup also awards individual medals in each weight class. An individual medal at the Freestyle World Cup carries the weight of prestige and significance; seven medalists at the 2012 World Cup in Baku went on to medal at the London Olympics a few months later.

Pool A consists of Iran, USA, India, Armenia, Turkey, while Pool B includes Russia, Georgia, Ukraine, Mongolia, Japan.

What To Watch For in Pool A

Iran

In 2013, Hassan RAHIMI (57kg) won the World Championships, and earned his second world medal. Five years ago, he became a 2009 Junior World champion.

Masoud ESMAILPOOR (61kg) rode his tireless, aggressive and physical style to the bronze medal at the 2013 World Championships in Budapest. In 2008 the Iranian showed his future potential with Junior World Championship.

Last year Ezzatollah AKBARI (74kg) came out of nowhere to place second in 2013 World Championships, losing only to the USA’s Jordan BURROUGHS in a competitive match.

Ehsan LASHGARI (86kg) possesses a rare strength which allows him to throw his opponents through the air with ease. This Iranian standout has earned bronze medals at both the 2013 World Championships and 2012 Olympic Games

Compact, powerful, and fast, Reza YAZDANI (97kg) lives up to the nickname ‘Panther of Juybar’. At this point in time he stands alone as the top wrestler at his weight in the world. Yazdani won World Championships in 2011 and 2013, World Championships bronze medals in 2006 and 2007, and placed fifth in the 2012 Olympic Games.

USA

Jordan BURROUGHS (74kg) is the greatest American wrestler in a generation, and gold medalist in the last three world-level championships: the 2011 World Championships, the 2013 World Championships and the 2012 Olympics.

After a yearlong absence the second of the USA’s 2012 Olympic wrestling gold medalist Jake VARNER (97kg) returns to the mat to continue piling up championships. Time and time again, Tervel DLAGNEV (125kg) has proven himself one of the sport’s top big men. The Texas native placed third in the 2009 World Championships, and has finished fifth in the world three times.

India

Amit KUMAR (57kg) has grown into India’s most consistently excellent wrestler. In 2013, KUMAR broke through with the biggest performance of his career with a silver medal at the World Championships. His excellent 2013 also included an Asian Championship.

Parveen RANA’s (74kg) form continues to improve and he asserted himself as a truly world class wrestler by winning the 2014 Dave Schultz Memorial International . In past two years, he has won gold at the British Commonwealth Championships and bronze at the 2012 Asian Championships.

Armenia

Artur ARAKELYAN (65kg) enters the World Cup as the best wrestler in the Armenian lineup. In 2013, he placed fifth in the World Championships. Before last year the Armenian finished on the cusp of an Olympic berth by finishing fifth in Finland’s 2012 Olympic Qualification Tournament.

Davit APOYAN (70kg), still young and promising, looks to make good on the potential he showed two years ago when he won the 2012 Stepan Sargsyan Tournament in his home country, and placed third in 2012 Junior World Championships.

Turkey

Mustafa KAYA (65kg) boasts the best resume on a young Turkish squad. The Turk won bronze in the 2012 World University Championships and the 2012 Junior World Championships. More recently, KAYA has found success on the mat in his homeland, finishing in third at the 2013 and 2014 Yasar Dogu International.

The 20-year-old Selahattin KILICSALLAYAN (70kg) looks like he could be a star for years to come after championships at the Junior World championships and Junior European championships, both in 2013.

Wrestlers to watch in Pool B

Russia

Dagestani Nariman ISRAPILOV (57kg) comes into this event after a banner 2013 which saw him earn bronze at the World Championships, and gold at the 2013 World University Games. Six years ago, ISRAPILOV won a Junior World championship.

Massive and impressive at his weight class, Bekhan GOYGEREEV (61kg) claim his first World championship in 2013, along with a gold at the 2013 World University Games.

Khadjimurat GATSALOV (97kg) will go down in history as one of the best wrestlers to ever lace up a pair of shoes. Last year he won his fifth World championship to go along with his 2004 Olympic championship, 2010 World Championships silver and 2001 Junior World championship.

Georgia

Beka BUJIASHVILI (57kg) has youth and enormous potential on his side. The Georgian placed third in the 2013 Junior World Championships. Levan KELEKHSASHVILI (65kg) is coming off a solid year in 2013 where he place fifth in the 2013 World Championships, and second in prestigious 2013 Moscow Lights tournament.

In 2013, Georgia’s newest wrestling star was born. At only 20 years of age, Geno PETRIASHVILI (125kg) placed third in 2013 World Championships and won the 2013 Junior World Championships.

Ukraine

Vasyl FEDORYSHYN (61kg) remains one of the greatest wrestlers never to win a World or Olympic gold medal. In 2008, he placed second at the Olympics, and he medaled in both 2010 and 2009 World Championships where he earned silver and bronze, respectively. Additionally, he finished just off the podium in fourth at the 2004 Olympic Games.

After a disappointing London Games, Ibragim ALDATOV (86kg) entered the 2013 World Championships under the radar, and walked away with his second World championship. This elder statesman of the Ukrainian side also won silver medals at the 2007 and 2011 World Championships, and third in the 2009 World Championships. After numerous medals in a myriad of international tournaments, Pavlo OLIINYK (97kg) broke through in 2013 with a bronze in the 2013 World Championships.

After moving up in weight, Alen ZASEEV (120kg) established himself as one of the world’s top heavyweights when he defeated both Turkey’s Taha AKGUL and Tervel DLAGBEV to take second in 2013 World Championships.

Mongolia

After a 2012 Junior World gold medal, Erdenebat BEKHBAYAR (57kg) could not quite make it to the medal matches at the 2013 World Championships in Budapest, where he finished in ninth.

Enkhsaikhan NYAM-OCHIR (61kg) just missed a medal at the 2013 world championships, placing fifth. Since then, he has shown a hot hand winning Turkey’s 2014 Yasar Dogu champion and the 2014 Grand Prix of Paris. At the 2013 World Championships, Ganzorig MANDAKHNARAN (65kg) earned a bronze medal for Mongolia, and like his teammate at 61kg, he won the Grand Prix of Paris earlier this year.

With top-ten finishes at four World Championships, Buyanjav BATZORIG (70kg) has knocked on the door of greatness for a while, now he looks to finally become the world’s best at this new weight.

Japan

Fumika MORISHITA (57kg) announced a bright future for himself with a bronze medal at the 2012 Junior World Championships. Earlier this year, he continued his ascent up the ranks of the world’s top 57kg wrestlers with a silver medal at the 2014 Yasar Dogu International.

In 2012 and 2013 Tomotsugu ISHIDA (65kg) placed third at the Asian Championships. However, the highpoint of this Japanese wrestler’s competitive career came in 2010 when he became a World University champion

Sohsuke TAKATANI (74kg) finished seventh in 2013 World Championships, and represented Japan in the 2012 Olympics.

Complete Delegation Rosters

Iran

57kg– Hassan Rahimi

57kg–Mehran Rezazadeh

61kg- Masoud Esmailpoor Jouybari

61kg- Sayed Ahmad Mohammadi Pahnehkolaie

65kg– Meysam Nasiri

65kg– Ebrahim Nasirafrachali

70kg– Mostafa Hosseinkhani

70kg– Peyman Yaramadi

74kg- Ezzatollah Akbari Zarinkolaei

74kg - Reza Afzalipaemami

86kg– Ehsan Lashgari

86kg– Meisam Mostafajoukar

86kg– Ali Reza Karmimachiani

97kg– Reza Yazdani

97kg– Hamed Talebi Zarinkamar

125kg– Komeil Ghasemi

125kg– Parviz Hadi Basmanj

Team Leader – Ali Bayat

Coaches – Rasoul Khadem, Gholamreza Mohammadi, Reza Layegh, Amir Tavakolian, Mohsen Kaveh, Hossein Naghibi, Aliakbar Dodangeh

Referee – Mohammed Ebrahim Emami

Doctors – Sadeh Mahboubi, Davood Azadbakht, Ramin Amirsasani

Officials – Ali Reza Rezaie, Ali Reza Heidari, Seyed Manaf Hashemi, Hamidreza Haidarian

Journalist – Yadolla Etesami, Mohammedebrahim Gorji, Gholamali Pirirani, Ali Fezasa

U.S.A.

57kg– Angel Escobedo, Columbus, Ohio (New York AC/Ohio RTC)

57kg– Andrew Hochstrasser, Boise, Idaho (Titan Mercury WC)

57kg – Sam Hazewinkel, Norman, Okla. (Sunkist Kids)

61kg– Reece Humphrey, Columbus, Ohio (New York AC/Ohio RTC)

61kg– Jimmy Kennedy, Ann Arbor, Mich. (New York AC/Michigan RTC)

65kg – Brent Metcalf, Iowa City, Iowa (New York AC/Titan Mercury WC)

65kg– Kellen Russell, Ann Arbor, Mich. (New York AC/Michigan RTC)

65kg – Jason Chamberlain, Lincoln, Neb. (Sunkist Kids/Nebraska RTC)

70kg– Nick Marable, Columbia, Mo. (Sunkist Kids/MWF)

70kg– Moza Fay, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Army WCAP/USOTC)

70kg– Jason Welch, Evanston, Ill. (Wrestling Prep/Chicago RTC)

74kg- Jordan Burroughs, Lincoln, Neb. (Sunkist Kids/Nebraska RTC)

74kg- Dan Vallimont, Long Beach, N.Y. (Blue and Gold WC)

86kg– Keith Gavin, Columbus, Ohio (Titan Mercury WC/Ohio RTC)

86kg– Clayton Foster, Laramie, Wyo. (Cowboy WC/GRIT Athletics)

86kg– Raymond Jordan, Atlanta, Ga. (Sunkist Kids)

86kg– Jon Reader, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Sunkist Kids/USOTC)

97kg– J.D. Bergman, Columbus, Ohio (New York AC/Ohio RTC)

97kg– Jake Varner, State College, Pa. (Nittany Lion WC)

97kg – Dustin Kilgore, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Sunkist Kids/USOTC)

97kg – Wynn Michalak, Champaign, Ill. (Titan Mercury WC/Illinois RTC)

125kg – Tervel Dlagnev, Columbus, Ohio (Sunkist Kids/Ohio RTC)

125kg – Tyrell Fortune, Portland, Ore. (Titan Mercury WC)

125kg – Zach Rey, Bethlehem, Pa. (Lehigh Valley AC)

125kg –Dom Bradley, Columbia, Mo. (Sunkist Kids/MWF)

Team Leader – Andy Barth, San Marino, Calif.

National Freestyle Coach – Zeke Jones, Colorado Springs, Colo.

Assistant National Freestyle Coaches – Brandon Slay and Bill Zadick, Colorado Springs, Colo.

World Cup Coaches – Bruce Burnett, Dover, Idaho and Mark Manning, Lincoln, Neb.

Coaches – Andy Hrovat, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Sam Henson, Columbia, Mo.; Sam Portillo, Tucson, Ariz.; Jason Kutz, Colorado Springs, Colo.

Medical – Dr. A.J. Monseau, Morgantown, W.Va.; Dr. Fred Roberto, Atlanta, Ga.; Darryl Miller, Denver, Colo.

USOC Sports Dietician – Jennifer Gibson, Colorado Springs, Colo.

Massage Therapist – Amy Murry

USA Wrestling staff – Les Gutches, Cody Bickley, Dana Leenheer, Jaimie McNab, Colorado Springs, Colo.

India

57kg– Amit Kumar

61kg-Bajrang

65kg– Rajneesh

70kg– Amit Kumar Dhankhar

74kg- Parveen Rana

86 kg– Pawan Kumar

97kg– Saywart Kadian

125kg– Krishan Kumar

Team Leader – Kuldeep Singh Rana

Coaches – Vinod Kumar, Anil Kumar, Anil Maan

Referee – Satya Dev Malik

Doctor - Dr. Vijay

Masseur: Rahul Sharma

Official - Deva Nand

Armenia

57kg– Artak Hovhannisyan

61kg– Valodya Frangulyan

65kg– Artur Arakelyan

65kg– Artur Baghdasaryan

70kg– Davit Apoyan

74kg- Valruzhan Kajoyan

86 kg– Vahe Tamrazyan

97kg- Viktor Kazishvili

120kg– Andranik Galstyan

Team Leader – Bazmaser Arakelyan

Coach – Hovsep Hovsepyan

Referee – Ashot Khachatryan

Doctor – Habetnak Kurghinyan

Georgia

57kg– Beka Bujiashvili

57kg– Otari Gogava

61kg. – Akaki Motsonelidze

61kg. – Beka Lomtadze

65kg– Levan Kelekhsashvili

70kg– Giorgi Tsurskiridze

70kg– Zurabi Iakobishvili

74kg- Giorgi Marsagishvili

86 kg– Nodar Egadze

86 kg– Levan Gogritchiani

97kg – Eldar Kurtanidze

97kg – Beka Tchelidze

125kg– Geno Petriashvili

125kg – Giorgi Sakandelidze

Team Leader – Giorgi Lomidze

Coaches – David Pagosian, Revas Mindorashvili

Referee – Zaza Jibladze

Officials – Khatuna Mikatsadze, Natia Lomidze, Khatuna Sikharulidze, Mukhran Vakhtangadze

Turkey

57kg – Nebi Uzun

61kg– Recep Topal

65kg– Mustafa Kaya

70kg– Selahattin Kilicsallayan

74kg- Murat Erturk

86 kg– Fatih Erdin

86 kg – Ahmet Bilici

97kg– Ibrahim Bolukbasi

120kg– Hamza Ozkaradeniz

Team Leader – Hamza Yerlikaya

Coach – Adem Bereket

Referee – Halil Ibrahim Cicioglu

Masseur – Tamer Kisacik

Officials – Mustafa Bahadir

Russia

57kg– Vladimir Flegontov

57kg –Nariman Israpilov

61kg. – Bekhan Goygereev

61kg –Murad Nukhkadiev

65kg – Alibeggadzhi Emeev

65kg – Ilyas Bekbulatov

70kg – Ramazan Shamsutdinov

70kg– Khetik Tsabolov

74kg - Akhmed Gadzhimagomedov

74kg - Atsamaz Sanakoev

86 kg – Shamil Kudiamagomedov

86 kg – Anzor Urishev

97kg – Batraz Gazzaev

97kg – Khadjimurat Gatsalov

125kg – Anzor Khizriev

125kg – Arslanbek Aliev

125kg – Muradin Kushkov

Team Leader – Christakis Alexandridis

Coaches – Magomed Guseynov, Artur Bazaev, Khadimurad Magomedov, Magomed Azizov, Mayrbek Yusupov, Malik Tedeev, Vladimir Modosian

Referee – Noravard Arustamian

Doctor – Umar Tebiev

Masseur – Gvinery Bestaev

Officials – Shamil Nevretdinov, Arsen Fadzaev, Vladimir Shekemov

Ukraine

57kg– Sergiey Ratushny

61kg – Vasyl Fedoryshyn

65kg– Ivan Petriv

70kg. – Andrii Nagornyi

74kg. - Giya Chykhladze

86 kg. – Ibragim Aldatov

97kg– Pavlo Oliinyk

120kg – Alen Zaseev

Team Leader – Eduard Nosadchyy

Coaches – Yurii Nazarenko, Vadym Tasoiev

Referee – Oleksandr Yezhov

Mongolia

57kg – Erdenebat Bekhbayar

57kg – Batbold Nomin

61kg – Enkhsaikhan Nyam-Ochir

61kg – Bznzragch Bayanmunkh

65kg – Ganzorig Mandakhnaran

65kg – Batchuluun Batmagnai

70kg – Gantulga Iderkhuu

70kg – Buyanjav Batzorig

74kg - Batchullun Ankhbayar

74kg – Dorjvaanchig Gombodorj

86 kg – Orgodol Uitumen

86 kg – Purevjav Unurbat

97kg – Dorjkhand Khuderbulga

97kg – Amar Batmunkh

125kg– Jargalsaikhan Chuluunbat

125kg– Natsagsuren Zolboo

Team Leader – Bayarra Naranbaatar

Coaches – Tserenbaatar Tsogtbayar, Oyunbileg Purevbaatar, Luvsandamba Enkhbayar

Referee – Tserendagva Sereeter

Officials – Dashzeveg Sarnai, Lkhasuren Batbileg

Doctor – Chuluun Nasanbat

Japan

57kg – Fumitaka Morishita

57kg – Yuki Takahashi

61kg – Katsuyoshi Kawase

65kg – Tomotsugu Ishida

70kg – TBA

74kg - Sohsuke Takatani

86 kg – Atsushi Matsumoto

97kg – Takeshi Yamaguchi

125kg – Nobuyoshi Arakida

Team Leader – Tomohiro Matsunaga

Coach – Kenichi Yumoto

Referee – Masaki Shionohara

Masseur – Atsushi Kawasaki


Оросын эмэгтэй багт 3 буриад тамирчин байна.Канад Орост 5-3-р ялагдаж. Ологонова саяхан Ярыгинд манай тамирчинтай таарахдаа манай дасгалжуулагчийн яриаг сонсож байгаад эсрэг мэх хийж ялсан. Монгол олон хуваагдаагүй бол манай спорт огт ондоо байх байж дээ.

48 kg - Jessica MacDonald vs. Nadeshda Fedorova - W 10-5
53 kg - Vanessa Brown vs. Maria Gurova - L 0-8
55 kg - Jillian Gallays vs. Irinia Ologonova - L 2-7
58 kg - Braxton Papadopoulos vs. Zhargalma Tsyrenova - W 7-4
60 kg - Michelle Fazzari vs. Svetlana Lipatova - W 4-4
63 kg - Danielle Lappage vs. Inna Trazhukova - L by fall
69 kg - Dorothy Yeats vs. Natalya Vorobieva - L by fall
75 kg - Erica Wiebe vs. Ekaterina Bukina - L 0-7

55kg Irina Ologonova http://www.wrestrus.ru/users/569, http://sport-buryatia.ru/index.php/comp ... a-igorevna

58kg Zhargalma Tsyrenova
http://www.wrestrus.ru/users/613
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zhargalma_Tsyrenova

69kg Darima Sanzheeva http://www.wrestrus.ru/users/583

Valeria Chepsarakova- хакасын эмэгтэй бөх


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57 kg - Sergiy Ratushny (Ukraine) tech. fall over Batbold Nomin (Mongolia), 14-4

61 kg - Enkhsaikhan Nyam-Ochir (Mongolia) dec. Vasyl Fedoryshyn (Ukraine), 6-3

65 kg - Ganzorig Mandakhnaran (Mongolia) dec. Ivan Petriv (Ukraine), 7-0

70 kg - Andriy Kvyatkovskyy (Ukraine) dec. Ankhbayar Batchuluun (Mongolia) Dec 13-8

74 kg - Purevjav Unurbat (Mongolia) over Giya Chykhladze (Ukraine), 8-6

86 kg - Ibrahim Aldatov (Ukraine) dec. Orgodol Uitumen (Mongolia), 10-5

97 kg - Pavlo Oliinyk (Ukraine) dec. Dorjkhand Khuderbulga (Mongolia), 7-3

125 kg - Alen Zasieiev (Ukraine) dec. Jargalsaikhan Chuluunbat (Mongolia), 6-1

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2. Russia

3. United States

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6. India

7. Turkey

8. Japan

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МУГТ О.Насанбурмаа ер нь тэмцээн уралдаанд оролцож байна уу? Энэ ДАШТ-д орохгүй юм байна лээ шд. Уг нь Дэлхийн аваргын 3 хүрэлтэй хүн дээ.

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2014 оны чөлөөт бөхийн насанд хүрэгчдийн ДАШТ есдүгээр сарын 8-14-ний өдрүүдэд Узбек улсын нийслэл Ташкент хотод болно.

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Чөлөөт бөхийн олимп, дэлхийн аваргын медальтнууд.

Олимп

Алтан медаль
?

Мөнгөн медальтнуудэ

1. Жигжидийн Мөнхбат - 1968
2. Хорлоогийн Баянмөнх - 1972
3. Зэвгийн Ойдов - 1976
4. Ж.Даваажав - 1980

Хүрэл медаль

1. Чидэмбазарын Дамдиншарав -1968
2. Данзандаржаагийн Сэрээтэр - 1968
3. Төмөрийн Артаг - 1968
4. Дугарсүрэнгийн Оюунболд - 1980
5. Соронзонболдын Батцэцэг 2012

Дэлхийн аварга шалгаруулах тэмцээний медальтнууд

Алтан медальтнууд:

1.Зэвэгийн Ойдов (1974 он, Стамбул, Турк) - 62кг
2.Зэвэгийн Ойдов (1975 он, Минск, ЗХУ) - 62кг
3.Хорлоогийн Баянмөнх (1975 он, Минск, ЗХУ) - 100кг
4.Соронзонболдын Батцэцэг (2010 он, Москва, ОХУ)

Мөнгөн медальтнууд:

1.Базаррагчаагийн Жамсран (1971 он, Софи, Болгар) - 48кг
2. Хорлоогийн Баянмөнх (1971 он, Софи, Болгар) - 100кг
3.Мэгдийн Хойлогдорж (1973 он, Тегеран, Иран) - 57кг
4.Хорлоогийн Баянмөнх (1974 он, Стамбул, Турк) - 100кг
5.Цэдэндамбын Нацагдорж (1975 он, Минск, ЗХУ) - 68кг
6.Буяндэлгэрийн Болд (1983 он, Киев, ЗХУ) - 68кг
7.Зэвэгийн Дүвчин (1983 он, Киев, ЗХУ) - 82кг
8.Авирмэдийн Энхээ (1985 он, Будапешт, Унгар) - 62кг
9.Буяндэлгэрийн Болд (1985 он, Будапешт, Унгар) - 68кг
10. Оюунбилэгийн Пүрэвбаатар (2001 он, Софи, Болгар) - 58кг
11.Оюунбилэгийн Пүрэвбаатар (2002 он, Тегеран, Иран) - 60кг
12.Баяраагийн Наранбаатар (2007 он, Баку, Азербайжан) - 55кг
13. Очирбатын Бурмаа (2009 он, Хернинг, Дани) эм: 72 кг
14. Д.Отгонцэцэг (2011 он, Турк. Стамбул) эм: 51 кг
15. Б.Оюунсүрэн (2011 он, Турк. Стамбул) эм: 67 кг
16. Э.Сумъяа (2013 Унгар, Будапешт) эм: 51 кг
17. Соронзонболдын Батцэцэг (2013 Унгар, Будапешт) эм: 63 кг

Хүрэл медальтнууд:

1.Жигжидийн Мөнхбат (1967 он, Дели, Энэтхэг) - 87кг
2.Данзандаржаагийн Сэрээтэр (1970 он, Эдмонтон, Канад) - 74кг
3.Мэгдийн Хойлогдорж (1971 он, Софи, Болгар) - 57кг
4.Очирдолгорын Энхтайван (1973 он, Тегеран, Иран) - 48кг
5.Цэдэндамбын Нацагдорж (1974 он, Стамбул, Турк) - 68кг
6.Зэвэгийн Ойдов (1977 он, Лозанна, Швейцарь) - 68кг
7.Дугарсүрэнгийн Оюунболд (1978 он, Мехико, Мексик) - 57кг
8.Нанзадын Бүргэдаа (1981 он, Скопье, Югослав) - 52кг
9.Лувсангийн Энхбаяр (1985 он, Будапешт, Унгар) - 74кг
10.Авирмэдийн Энхээ (1986 он, Будапешт, Унгар) - 62кг
11.Лодойн Эрхбаяр (1989 он, Мартини, Швейцарь) - 74кг
12.Пунцагийн Сүхбат (1990 он, Токио, Япон) - 82кг
13.Цэрэнбаатарын Цогтбаяр (1993 он, Торонто, Канад) - 57кг
14.Баяраагийн Наранбаатар (2005 он, Будапешт, Унгар) - 55кг
15.Цогтбазарын Энхжаргал (2005 он, Будапешт, Унгар) - эмэгтэй 48кг
16. Доржийн Нармандах (2007 он, Баку, Азербайжан) - эмэгтэй 59кг
17. Очирбатын Насанбурмаа (2008 он, Токио, Япон) - эмэгтэй 67кг
18. Б.Одончимэг (2009 он, Хернинг, Дани) эм: 67 кг
19. Очирбатын Насанбурмаа (2011 он. Турк. Стамбул) эм: 63 кг
20.Т.Мөнхтуяа (2012 он. Канад, Страткона) эм: 59 кг
21. Ганзоригийн Мандахнаран (2013 Унгар, Будапешт) Эрэгтэй: 66 кг
22. Т.Мөнхтуяа (2013 Унгар, Будапешт) Эмэгтэй: 59 кг
23. Очирбатын Насанбурмаа (2013 Унгар, Будапешт) Эмэгтэй: 67 кг
24. Очирбатын Бурмаа (2013 Унгар, Будапешт) Эмэгтэй: 72 кг
25. Nyam ochir 2014
26. Mandahnaran 2014

Jagsaalt urgeljilseer
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Galaa039 wrote:
End eniig sonirhoh hun alga aa.

Alt avchihlaa



sonirhoh hun alga gej mongolchuud ter chigeeree amisgalj baigaa yum bish uu.

5 dahi alt gedeg bas honoshoortoi ohin yumdaa.


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Очирбатын Бурмаа өөрийнхөө 3 дахь Монгол улсын 49 дэхь медалийг эх орондоо авчирлаа.

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Чөлөөт бөхийн олимп, дэлхийн аваргын медальтнууд.

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Алтан медаль
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Мөнгөн медальтнуудэ

1. Жигжидийн Мөнхбат - 1968
2. Хорлоогийн Баянмөнх - 1972
3. Зэвгийн Ойдов - 1976
4. Жамцын Даваажав - 1980

Хүрэл медаль

1. Чидэмбазарын Дамдиншарав -1968
2. Данзандаржаагийн Сэрээтэр - 1968
3. Төмөрийн Артаг - 1968
4. Дугарсүрэнгийн Оюунболд - 1980
5. Соронзонболдын Батцэцэг 2012

Дэлхийн аварга шалгаруулах тэмцээний медальтнууд

Алтан медальтнууд:

1.Зэвэгийн Ойдов (1974 он, Стамбул, Турк) - 62кг
2.Зэвэгийн Ойдов (1975 он, Минск, ЗХУ) - 62кг
3.Хорлоогийн Баянмөнх (1975 он, Минск, ЗХУ) - 100кг
4.Соронзонболдын Батцэцэг (2010 он, Москва, ОХУ) -59кг
5.Сүхээгийн Цэрэнчимэд (2014 Узбек, Ташкент) Эмэгтэй: 60 кг

Мөнгөн медальтнууд:

1.Базаррагчаагийн Жамсран (1971 он, Софи, Болгар) - 48кг
2. Хорлоогийн Баянмөнх (1971 он, Софи, Болгар) - 100кг
3.Мэгдийн Хойлогдорж (1973 он, Тегеран, Иран) - 57кг
4.Хорлоогийн Баянмөнх (1974 он, Стамбул, Турк) - 100кг
5.Цэдэндамбын Нацагдорж (1975 он, Минск, ЗХУ) - 68кг
6.Буяндэлгэрийн Болд (1983 он, Киев, ЗХУ) - 68кг
7.Зэвэгийн Дүвчин (1983 он, Киев, ЗХУ) - 82кг
8.Авирмэдийн Энхээ (1985 он, Будапешт, Унгар) - 62кг
9.Буяндэлгэрийн Болд (1985 он, Будапешт, Унгар) - 68кг
10. Оюунбилэгийн Пүрэвбаатар (2001 он, Софи, Болгар) - 58кг
11.Оюунбилэгийн Пүрэвбаатар (2002 он, Тегеран, Иран) - 60кг
12.Баяраагийн Наранбаатар (2007 он, Баку, Азербайжан) - 55кг
13. Очирбатын Бурмаа (2009 он, Хернинг, Дани) эм: 72 кг
14. Даваасүхийн Отгонцэцэг (2011 он, Турк. Стамбул) эм: 51 кг
15. Банзрагчийн Оюунсүрэн (2011 он, Турк. Стамбул) эм: 67 кг
16. Эрдэнэчимэгийн Сумъяа (2013 Унгар, Будапешт) эм: 51 кг
17. Соронзонболдын Батцэцэг (2013 Унгар, Будапешт) эм: 63 кг

Хүрэл медальтнууд:

1.Жигжидийн Мөнхбат (1967 он, Дели, Энэтхэг) - 87кг
2.Данзандаржаагийн Сэрээтэр (1970 он, Эдмонтон, Канад) - 74кг
3.Мэгдийн Хойлогдорж (1971 он, Софи, Болгар) - 57кг
4.Очирдолгорын Энхтайван (1973 он, Тегеран, Иран) - 48кг
5.Цэдэндамбын Нацагдорж (1974 он, Стамбул, Турк) - 68кг
6.Зэвэгийн Ойдов (1977 он, Лозанна, Швейцарь) - 68кг
7.Дугарсүрэнгийн Оюунболд (1978 он, Мехико, Мексик) - 57кг
8.Нанзадын Бүргэдаа (1981 он, Скопье, Югослав) - 52кг
9.Лувсангийн Энхбаяр (1985 он, Будапешт, Унгар) - 74кг
10.Авирмэдийн Энхээ (1986 он, Будапешт, Унгар) - 62кг
11.Лодойн Эрхбаяр (1989 он, Мартини, Швейцарь) - 74кг
12.Пунцагийн Сүхбат (1990 он, Токио, Япон) - 82кг
13.Цэрэнбаатарын Цогтбаяр (1993 он, Торонто, Канад) - 57кг
14.Баяраагийн Наранбаатар (2005 он, Будапешт, Унгар) - 55кг
15.Цогтбазарын Энхжаргал (2005 он, Будапешт, Унгар) - эмэгтэй 48кг
16. Доржийн Нармандах (2007 он, Баку, Азербайжан) - эмэгтэй 59кг
17. Очирбатын Насанбурмаа (2008 он, Токио, Япон) - эмэгтэй 67кг
18. Бадрахын Одончимэг (2009 он, Хернинг, Дани) эм: 67 кг
19. Очирбатын Насанбурмаа (2011 он. Турк. Стамбул) эм: 63 кг
20.Тунгалагийн Мөнхтуяа (2012 он. Канад, Страткона) эм: 59 кг
21. Ганзоригийн Мандахнаран (2013 Унгар, Будапешт) Эрэгтэй: 66 кг
22. Тунгалагийн Мөнхтуяа (2013 Унгар, Будапешт) Эмэгтэй: 59 кг
23. Очирбатын Насанбурмаа (2013 Унгар, Будапешт) Эмэгтэй: 67 кг
24. Очирбатын Бурмаа (2013 Унгар, Будапешт) Эмэгтэй: 72 кг
25. Энхсайханы Ням-Очир (2014 Узбек, Ташкент) Эрэгтэй: 61 кг
26. Ганзоригийн Мандахнаран (2014 Узбек, Ташкент) Эрэгтэй: 65 кг
27. Очирбатын Бурмаа (2014 Узбек, Ташкент) Эмэгтэй: 75 кг

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