1973 World Wrestling Championships

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1973 World Championships
Host city Iran Tehran, Iran
Dates September 6–14
Stadium Aryamehr Indoor Stadium
Champions
Freestyle  Soviet Union
Greco-Roman  Soviet Union

The 1973 FILA Wrestling World Championships were held in Tehran, Iran.

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Soviet Union 11 5 2 18
2  Iran 3 0 2 5
3  Bulgaria 2 3 4 9
4  Poland 2 3 1 6
5  Romania 1 1 1 3
6  United States 1 0 1 2
7  East Germany 0 2 2 4
8  Yugoslavia 0 2 0 2
9  Hungary 0 1 3 4
10  Czechoslovakia 0 1 1 2
 Mongolia 0 1 1 2
 Sweden 0 1 1 2
13  Japan 0 0 1 1
Total 20 20 20 60

Team ranking[edit]

Rank Men's freestyle Men's Greco-Roman
Team Points Team Points
1  Soviet Union 55  Soviet Union 47
2  Iran 28  Poland 35
3  Bulgaria 28  Bulgaria 30
4  Mongolia 18  Romania 16.5
5  United States 16  Yugoslavia 16
6  Romania 11  Hungary 13

Medal summary[edit]

Men's freestyle[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Roman Dmitriyev
 Soviet Union
Hasan Isaev
 Bulgaria
Ochirdolgoryn Enkhtaivan
 Mongolia
52 kg Ebrahim Javadi
 Iran
Arsen Allakhverdiyev
 Soviet Union
Yuji Takada
 Japan
57 kg Mohsen Farahvashi
 Iran
Megdiin Khoilogdorj
 Mongolia
Vladimir Yumin
 Soviet Union
62 kg Zagalav Abdulbekov
 Soviet Union
Heinz Stahr
 East Germany
Mohammad Reza Navaei
 Iran
68 kg Lloyd Keaser
 United States
Nasrulla Nasrullayev
 Soviet Union
János Kocsis
 Hungary
74 kg Mansour Barzegar
 Iran
Ruslan Ashuraliyev
 Soviet Union
Jan Karlsson
 Sweden
82 kg Vasily Syulshin
 Soviet Union
Vasile Iorga
 Romania
Ismail Abilov
 Bulgaria
90 kg Levan Tediashvili
 Soviet Union
Horst Stottmeister
 East Germany
Ben Peterson
 United States
100 kg Ivan Yarygin
 Soviet Union
József Csatári
 Hungary
Dimitar Nekov
 Bulgaria
+100 kg Soslan Andiyev
 Soviet Union
Boyan Boev
 Bulgaria
Ladislau Şimon
 Romania

Men's Greco-Roman[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Vladimir Zubkov
 Soviet Union
Ryszard Świerad
 Poland
Ferenc Seres
 Hungary
52 kg Nicu Gingă
 Romania
Jan Michalik
 Poland
Rahim Aliabadi
 Iran
57 kg Józef Lipień
 Poland
Rustam Kazakov
 Soviet Union
Hristo Traykov
 Bulgaria
62 kg Kazimierz Lipień
 Poland
Anatoly Kavkayev
 Soviet Union
László Réczi
 Hungary
68 kg Shamil Khisamutdinov
 Soviet Union
Sreten Damjanović
 Yugoslavia
Heinz-Helmut Wehling
 East Germany
74 kg Ivan Kolev
 Bulgaria
Jan Karlsson
 Sweden
Klaus-Peter Göpfert
 East Germany
82 kg Leonid Liberman
 Soviet Union
Milan Nenadić
 Yugoslavia
Miroslav Janota
 Czechoslovakia
90 kg Valery Rezantsev
 Soviet Union
Czesław Kwieciński
 Poland
Stoyan Nikolov
 Bulgaria
100 kg Nikolay Balboshin
 Soviet Union
Kamen Goranov
 Bulgaria
Andrzej Skrzydlewski
 Poland
+100 kg Aleksandar Tomov
 Bulgaria
Petr Kment
 Czechoslovakia
Shota Morchiladze
 Soviet Union

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