Hasan Güngör

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Hasan Güngör
Medal record
Men's Freestyle Wrestling
Competitor for  Turkey
Olympic Games
Gold 1960 Rome, Italy Middleweight
Silver 1964 Tokyo, Japan Middleweight
World Championships
Bronze 1957 Istanbul, Turkey Middleweight
Bronze 1961 Yokohama, Japan Middleweight
Silver 1962 Toledo, Ohio, U.S. Middleweight
Silver 1966 Toledo, Ohio, U.S. Middleweight
European Championships
Gold 1966 Karlsruhe, Germany Middleweight
Mediterranean Games
Gold 1963 Naples, Italy Middleweight
Balkan Championships
Gold 1959 Istanbul, Turkey Middleweight
Silver 1960 Burgas, Bulgaria Middleweight
Silver 1963 Istanbul, Turkey Middleweight
Bronze 1965 Yambol, Bulgaria Middleweight

Hasan Güngör (July 5, 1934 – October 13, 2011) was a Turkish Olympic medalist sports wrestler in the Middleweight class (79 kg until 1961, 87 kg from 1961 on) and a trainer. He won the gold medal in Men's Freestyle wrestling at the 1960 Olympics and the silver medal at the 1964 Olympics.

He was born 1934 in Acıpayam, a town in Denizli Province of western Turkey. Besides his medal wins at two Olympics, he wrestled several titles at World, European and Balkan championships and became also European champion in his class. After his retirement from the active sports in 1967, Güngör served 21 more years as a trainer for the juniors' and seniors' national team.

Güngör was married and had three children. He lived in Denizli until his death.

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