Alireza Dabir

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Alireza Dabir
Alireza Dabir.jpg
Member of City Council of Tehran
In office
3 September 2007 – 1 August 2017
Majority 400,677 (17.86%)
Personal details
Born (1977-09-16) September 16, 1977 (age 39)
Rey, Iran
Political party Progress and Justice Population of Islamic Iran
Alma mater Allameh Tabataba'i University
Sports career
Country  Iran
Sport Freestyle Wrestling

Alireza Dabir (Persian: علیرضا دبیر‎‎, born September 16, 1977 in Ray) is an Iranian champion freestyle wrestler. Dabir won a gold medal at the Olympic Games in Sydney in 2000,[1] as well as the World Championship in 1998. He was runner-up in 1999, 2001, and 2002. In the Athens Olympics, Dabir lost all of his matches due to shoulder injury. He is currently a member of City Council of Tehran.

Freestyle Results[edit]

World Championships/Olympic Games Matches
Res. Record Opponent Score Date Event Location Notes
Loss 24-7 Uzbekistan Artur Tavkazakhov 4-5 2004-08-26 Olympic Games Greece Athens
Loss 24-6 Russia Makhach Murtazaliev 0-4 2004-08-26 Olympic Games Greece Athens
Loss 24-5 Estonia Ahto Raska - 2003-09-12 World Championship United States New York City Withdraw
Loss 24-4 Bulgaria Serafim Barzakov 2-4 2003-09-12 World Championship United States New York City
Loss 24-3 Ukraine Elbrus Tedeev 4-5 2002-09-05 World Championship Iran Tehran
Win 24-2 Russia Zaur Botaev 2-1 2002-09-05 World Championship Iran Tehran
Win 23-2 Canada Neal Ewers 4-1 2002-09-05 World Championship Iran Tehran
Win 22-2 Japan Kazuhiko Ikematsu 6-4 2002-09-05 World Championship Iran Tehran
Win 21-2 China Chuan Li 9-2 2002-09-05 World Championship Iran Tehran 66kg debut
Loss 20-2 Bulgaria Serafim Barzakov 1-3 2001-11-22 World Championship Bulgaria Sofia Gold Medal Match
Win 20-1 Turkey Mehmet Yozgat 3-0 2001-11-22 World Championship Bulgaria Sofia
Win 19-1 United States Bill Zadick 9-2 2001-11-22 World Championship Bulgaria Sofia
Win 18-1 India Mukesh Kumar 10-0 2001-11-22 World Championship Bulgaria Sofia
Win 17-1 Moldova Ruslan Bodisteanu 4-3 2001-11-22 World Championship Bulgaria Sofia
Win 16-1 Peru Jose Luis Paico 10-0 2001-11-22 World Championship Bulgaria Sofia 63kg debut
Win 15-1 Ukraine Evgeni Buslovich 3-0 2000-09-28 Olympic Games Australia Sydney Wins Gold Medal
Win 14-1 United States Terry Brands 6-4 2000-09-28 Olympic Games Australia Sydney
Win 13-1 Mongolia Purevbaatar Oyunbuleg 5-2 2000-09-28 Olympic Games Australia Sydney
Win 12-1 Canada Guivi Sissaouri 3-0 2000-09-28 Olympic Games Australia Sydney
Win 11-1 Guinea-Bissau Talata Embalo 10-0 2000-09-28 Olympic Games Australia Sydney
Loss 10-1 Turkey Harun Dogan 1-3 1999-10-07 World Championship Turkey Ankara Gold Medal Match
Win 10-0 Uzbekistan Damir Zakhartinov 3-0 1999-10-07 World Championship Turkey Ankara
Win 9-0 Slovakia Andrej Fasanek 5-0 1999-10-07 World Championship Turkey Ankara
Win 8-0 Mongolia Purevbaatar Oyunbuleg 4-2 1999-10-07 World Championship Turkey Ankara
Win 7-0 Ukraine Evgeni Buslovich 2-1 1999-10-07 World Championship Turkey Ankara
Win 6-0 Azerbaijan Arif Abdullaev 4-1 1999-10-07 World Championship Turkey Ankara
Win 5-0 Turkey Harun Dogan 2-2 1998-09-07 World Championship Iran Tehran Wins Gold Medal
Win 4-0 Kyrgyzstan Rouslan Madyinov 8-3 1998-09-07 World Championship Iran Tehran
Win 3-0 Poland Tadeusz Kowalski 12-0 1998-09-07 World Championship Iran Tehran
Win 2-0 South Korea Jin-Hyuk Jung 3-2 1998-09-07 World Championship Iran Tehran
Win 1-0 China Fan Zhang 7-0 1998-09-07 World Championship Iran Tehran 58kg

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ali Reza Dabir". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. 

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