2021 World Wrestling Championships

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2021 World Championships
2021 World Wrestling Championships logo.png
Host cityNorway Oslo, Norway
Dates2–10 October
StadiumNye Jordal Amfi
Champions
Freestyle Russian Wrestling Federation
Greco-Roman Russian Wrestling Federation
Women Japan
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2022 →

The 2021 World Wrestling Championships was the 17th edition of the World Wrestling Championships of combined events and was held from 2 to 10 October 2021 in Oslo, Norway.[1]

The event was subsequent to the 2019 World Championships due to the cancelation of the 2020 edition during the COVID-19 pandemic.[2] The 2020 Individual World Cup was held as replacement for the World Wrestling Championships.

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Iran73313
2 United States55515
3 Japan53412
4 Russian Wrestling Federation45918
5 Kyrgyzstan2226
6 Moldova2103
7 Azerbaijan1146
8 Poland1034
9 Armenia1012
10 Bulgaria1001
 Serbia1001
12 Georgia0268
13 Germany0134
 Turkey0134
15 Belarus0112
 India0112
 Kazakhstan0112
18 Estonia0101
 Hungary0101
 Slovakia0101
21 Mongolia0066
22 Ukraine0033
23 Canada0011
 Egypt0011
 Lithuania0011
 Norway0011
 Sweden0011
Totals (27 nations)303060120

Team ranking[edit]

Rank Men's freestyle Men's Greco-Roman Women's freestyle
Team Points Team Points Team Points
1  Russian Wrestling Federation 173  Russian Wrestling Federation 152  Japan 196
2  United States 168  Iran 146  United States 147
3  Iran 162  Azerbaijan 107  Mongolia 78
4  Georgia 68  Georgia 92  Ukraine 73
5  Turkey 58  Turkey 66  India 67
6  Mongolia 56  Hungary 60  Kyrgyzstan 65
7  Belarus 45  Japan 54  Russian Wrestling Federation 64
8  Azerbaijan 42  Armenia 49  Bulgaria 49
9  Poland 39  Poland 46  Canada 47
10  Armenia 39  Belarus 40  Moldova 45

Medal summary[edit]

Men's freestyle[edit]

Weight Gold Silver Bronze
57 kg
details
Thomas Gilman
 United States
Alireza Sarlak
 Iran
Horst Lehr
 Germany
Aryan Tsiutryn
 Belarus
61 kg
details
Abasgadzhi Magomedov
 Russian Wrestling Federation
Daton Fix
 United States
Arsen Harutyunyan
 Armenia
Toshihiro Hasegawa
 Japan
65 kg
details
Zagir Shakhiev
 Russian Wrestling Federation
Amir Mohammad Yazdani
 Iran
Alibek Osmonov
 Kyrgyzstan
Tömör-Ochiryn Tulga
 Mongolia
70 kg
details
Magomedmurad Gadzhiev
 Poland
Ernazar Akmataliev
 Kyrgyzstan
Yevgeny Zherbaev
 Russian Wrestling Federation
Zurabi Iakobishvili
 Georgia
74 kg
details
Kyle Dake
 United States
Tajmuraz Salkazanov
 Slovakia
Fazlı Eryılmaz
 Turkey
Timur Bizhoev
 Russian Wrestling Federation
79 kg
details
Jordan Burroughs
 United States
Mohammad Nokhodi
 Iran
Radik Valiev
 Russian Wrestling Federation
Nika Kentchadze
 Georgia
86 kg
details
Hassan Yazdani
 Iran
David Taylor
 United States
Abubakr Abakarov
 Azerbaijan
Artur Naifonov
 Russian Wrestling Federation
92 kg
details
Kamran Ghasempour
 Iran
Magomed Kurbanov
 Russian Wrestling Federation
Osman Nurmagomedov
 Azerbaijan
J'den Cox
 United States
97 kg
details
Abdulrashid Sadulaev
 Russian Wrestling Federation
Kyle Snyder
 United States
Mahamed Zakariiev
 Ukraine
Mojtaba Goleij
 Iran
125 kg
details
Amir Hossein Zare
 Iran
Geno Petriashvili
 Georgia
Mönkhtöriin Lkhagvagerel
 Mongolia
Taha Akgül
 Turkey

Men's Greco-Roman[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg
details
Ken Matsui
 Japan
Emin Sefershaev
 Russian Wrestling Federation
Nugzari Tsurtsumia
 Georgia
Eldaniz Azizli
 Azerbaijan
60 kg
details
Victor Ciobanu
 Moldova
Zholaman Sharshenbekov
 Kyrgyzstan
Stepan Maryanyan
 Russian Wrestling Federation
Murad Mammadov
 Azerbaijan
63 kg
details
Meisam Dalkhani
 Iran
Leri Abuladze
 Georgia
Kensuke Shimizu
 Japan
Lenur Temirov
 Ukraine
67 kg
details
Mohammad Reza Geraei
 Iran
Nazir Abdullaev
 Russian Wrestling Federation
Ramaz Zoidze
 Georgia
Almat Kebispayev
 Kazakhstan
72 kg
details
Malkhas Amoyan
 Armenia
Sergey Kutuzov
 Russian Wrestling Federation
Gevorg Sahakyan
 Poland
Kristupas Šleiva
 Lithuania
77 kg
details
Roman Vlasov
 Russian Wrestling Federation
Sanan Suleymanov
 Azerbaijan
Roland Schwarz
 Germany
Mohammad Ali Geraei
 Iran
82 kg
details
Rafig Huseynov
 Azerbaijan
Burhan Akbudak
 Turkey
Adlan Akiev
 Russian Wrestling Federation
Pejman Poshtam
 Iran
87 kg
details
Zurab Datunashvili
 Serbia
Kiryl Maskevich
 Belarus
Lasha Gobadze
 Georgia
Arkadiusz Kułynycz
 Poland
97 kg
details
Mohammad Hadi Saravi
 Iran
Alex Szőke
 Hungary
Artur Sargsian
 Russian Wrestling Federation
G'Angelo Hancock
 United States
130 kg
details
Ali Akbar Yousefi
 Iran
Zurabi Gedekhauri
 Russian Wrestling Federation
Iakob Kajaia
 Georgia
Oskar Marvik
 Norway

Women's freestyle[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 kg
details
Remina Yoshimoto
 Japan
Sarah Hildebrandt
 United States
Nadezhda Sokolova
 Russian Wrestling Federation
Dolgorjavyn Otgonjargal
 Mongolia
53 kg
details
Akari Fujinami
 Japan
Iulia Leorda
 Moldova
Katarzyna Krawczyk
 Poland
Samantha Stewart
 Canada
55 kg
details
Tsugumi Sakurai
 Japan
Nina Hemmer
 Germany
Oleksandra Khomenets
 Ukraine
Jenna Burkert
 United States
57 kg
details
Helen Maroulis
 United States
Anshu Malik
 India
Sae Nanjo
 Japan
Erkhembayaryn Davaachimeg
 Mongolia
59 kg
details
Bilyana Dudova
 Bulgaria
Akie Hanai
 Japan
Baatarjavyn Shoovdor
 Mongolia
Sarita Mor
 India
62 kg
details
Aisuluu Tynybekova
 Kyrgyzstan
Kayla Miracle
 United States
Nonoka Ozaki
 Japan
Enkhbatyn Gantuyaa
 Mongolia
65 kg
details
Irina Rîngaci
 Moldova
Miwa Morikawa
 Japan
Johanna Mattsson
 Sweden
Forrest Molinari
 United States
68 kg
details
Meerim Zhumanazarova
 Kyrgyzstan
Rin Miyaji
 Japan
Tamyra Mensah-Stock
 United States
Khanum Velieva
 Russian Wrestling Federation
72 kg
details
Masako Furuichi
 Japan
Zhamila Bakbergenova
 Kazakhstan
Buse Tosun
 Turkey
Anna Schell
 Germany
76 kg
details
Adeline Gray
 United States
Epp Mäe
 Estonia
Samar Amer
 Egypt
Aiperi Medet Kyzy
 Kyrgyzstan

Participating nations[edit]

648 competitors from 66 nations participated.

  • Under the Court of Arbitration for Sport ban, Russia may not use its name, flag, or anthem and must present themselves as "Neutral Athlete" or "Neutral Team" at any world championships until December 16, 2022. Thus, Russian wrestlers competed under a modified flag and the name "Russian Wrestling Federation" (RWF) at the 2021 World Championships.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Championships".
  2. ^ "Olympic bronze medalist Kyle Dake to compete at World Championships". WETM - MyTwinTiers.com. 10 August 2021. Retrieved 11 August 2021.

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