2009 European Wrestling Championships

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The 2009 FILA European Wrestling Championships were held in Vilnius, Lithuania. The event took place from March 31 to April 5, 2009.

Bids[edit]

Five countries showed interest in hosting the tournament,[1] but only two were shortlisted: Vilnius (Lithuania) and Antalya (Turkey).[2] CELA picked Vilnius at 2008 in Tampere and FILA confirmed the choice in Beijing during Olympic games.

Venue[edit]

Utenos pramogų arena

Championships were held in Utenos pramogų arena.[3]

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 7 4 5 16
2  Azerbaijan 5 2 2 9
3  Ukraine 3 3 5 11
4  Armenia 2 1 2 5
5  Poland 1 2 1 4
6  Sweden 1 1 3 5
7  Bulgaria 1 0 5 6
8  Finland 1 0 1 2
9  Turkey 0 2 4 6
10  Belarus 0 2 3 5
11  Georgia 0 1 3 4
12  Romania 0 1 2 3
13  Hungary 0 1 1 2
14  Lithuania 0 1 0 1
15  Germany 0 0 2 2
16  Czech Republic 0 0 1 1
 France 0 0 1 1
 Italy 0 0 1 1
Total 21 21 42 84

Team ranking[edit]

Rank Men's freestyle Men's Greco-Roman Women's freestyle
Team Points Team Points Team Points
1  Azerbaijan 63  Russia 54  Russia 60
2  Russia 43  Poland 31  Ukraine 49
3  Ukraine 41  Armenia 29  Poland 42
4  Turkey 39  Azerbaijan 29  Romania 27
5  Armenia 38  Belarus 26  Azerbaijan 26
6  Georgia 37  Sweden 25  Sweden 26
7  Bulgaria 27  Turkey 24  Hungary 21
8  Belarus 21  Georgia 22  Belarus 21
9  Moldova 17  Ukraine 21  Spain 19
10  Greece 11  Bulgaria 20  Bulgaria 18

Medal summary[edit]

Men's freestyle[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg Russia Nariman Israpilov Georgia (country) Besarion Gochashvili Belarus Vladislav Andreev
Bulgaria Radoslav Velikov
60 kg Azerbaijan Zelimkhan Huseynov Russia Adam Batirov Georgia (country) Malkhaz Kurdiani
Ukraine Vasyl Fedoryshyn
66 kg Ukraine Andriy Stadnik Azerbaijan Jabrail Hasanov Georgia (country) Malkhaz Muziashvili
Armenia Zhirayr Hovhannisyan
74 kg Azerbaijan Chamsulvara Chamsulvarayev Turkey Fırat Binici Bulgaria Kiril Terziev
Belarus Murad Gaidarov
84 kg Russia Soslan Ktsoyev Ukraine Ibrahim Aldatov Azerbaijan Novruz Temrezov
Turkey Gökhan Yavaşer
96 kg Azerbaijan Khetag Gazyumov Russia Georgy Ketoyev Turkey Serhat Balcı
Armenia Edgar Yenokyan
120 kg Azerbaijan Ali Isayev Armenia Ruslan Basiev Ukraine Vasili Tismenetski
Turkey Recep Kara

Men's Greco-Roman[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg Finland Jani Haapamäki Poland Mariusz Łoś Bulgaria Aleksandar Kostadinov
Russia Bekhan Mankiev
60 kg Russia Islambek Albiev Poland Edward Barsegjan Bulgaria Ivo Angelov
Romania Eusebiu Diaconu
66 kg Russia Ambako Vachadze Belarus Mikhail Siamionau Sweden Sharur Vardanyan
Georgia (country) Manuchar Tskhadaia
74 kg Armenia Arsen Julfalakyan Ukraine Volodymyr Shatskykh Turkey Selçuk Çebi
Belarus Aliaksandr Kikiniou
84 kg Russia Alexei Mishin Turkey Nazmi Avluca Ukraine Vitaliy Lishchynskyy
Azerbaijan Shalva Gadabadze
96 kg Russia Aslanbek Khushtov Lithuania Mindaugas Ežerskis Czech Republic Marek Švec
Sweden Jimmy Lidberg
120 kg Armenia Yury Patrikeyev Sweden Jalmar Sjöberg Hungary Mihály Deák-Bárdos
Germany Nico Schmidt

Women's freestyle[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Azerbaijan Mariya Stadnik Romania Estera Dobre Finland Sarianne Savola
Russia Lilia Kaskarakova
51 kg Russia Ekatarina Krasnova Hungary Emese Szabó Ukraine Yuliya Blahinya
Italy Francine De Paola
55 kg Ukraine Nataliya Synyshyn Belarus Alena Filipava Russia Natalya Smirnova
Romania Ana Maria Pavăl
59 kg Sweden Johanna Mattsson Ukraine Irina Khariv Russia Yulia Rekvava
France Meryem Selloum
63 kg Poland Monika Michalik Russia Alena Kartashova Sweden Henna Johansson
Germany Stefanie Stüber
67 kg Ukraine Kateryna Burmistrova Azerbaijan Zumrud Gurbanhajiyeva Bulgaria Ralitsa Ivanova
Russia Yulia Bartnovskaia
72 kg Bulgaria Stanka Zlateva Russia Alena Starodubtseva Poland Agnieszka Wieszczek
Ukraine Svetlana Saenko

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