Commonwealth Wrestling Championship

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Commonwealth Wrestling Championship is a tournament designed for top wrestlers in the Commonwealth of Nations. It is not linked to Commonwealth games, nor has any accreditation with any sports body in any country.

Glasgow 1985[edit]

The first Commonwealth Wrestling Championship was held in Glasgow, Scotland

Category Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg Kumar R (India) Moncur R (Canada) Burns D (England)
52 kg Singh M (India) Stannett S (New Zealand) Donohue N (England)
57 kg Ostberg M (Canada) Kirkby P (Australia) Kumar U (India)
62 kg Aspen B (England) James D (Canada) Cumming D (Australia)
68 kg McKay D (Canada) Kelevitz Z (Australia) Satyawan (India)
74 kg Green C (Australia) Walker F (England) Ramsay T (Canada)
82 kg Marcil S (Canada) Singh S (India) Bull T (England)
92 kg Loban N (England) Marshall S (Canada) Verma S (India)
100 kg Carrow G (Canada) Algie R (New Zealand) Singh K (India)
130 kg Daniar S (Canada) Singh R (India) Patrick A (Scotland)

London 2003[edit]

The 9th Commonwealth Wrestling Championships were held in London, Ontario, Canada.

Cape Town 2005[edit]

The 10th Commonwealth Wrestling Championships were held in Cape Town, South Africa from June 30 to July 2, 2005

120KG-Greco-Roma

1st Gold Markus Dekker 2nd Silver Palwinder Singh Cheema 3rd Bronze Yuri Reichel 4th Karl Gehringer

London 2007[edit]

The 11th Commonwealth Wrestling Championships were held in London, Ontario, Canada on June 16–17, 2007. Participating nations included Canada, India, Pakistan, Great Britain, South Africa, and Namibia.

Jalandhar 2009[edit]

The 12th commonwealth wrestling championships were held in Jalandhar, Punjab, India between December 18 and December 20, 2009.[1] Originally it was slated to be a test event for the Delhi 2010 commonwealth games in Delhi but the venue was not ready. Wrestlers competed in Freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestling the latter being only for Men.

Greco-Roman[edit]

Category Gold Silver Bronze Bronze
55 kg Rajender Kumar[India] Hari Krishnan[India] Barashat Ali[Pakistan] Van wyk Carlo[RSA]
60KG Ravinder Singh[India] Anil Kumar[India] Marius Loots[RSA] Farzao Tarash[Aus]
66 kg Gurbinder Singh[India] Sunil Kumar[India] Mehrdad Tarash[Aus] Muhammad Sulaman[Pak]
74 kg Richard Addinal[RSA] Rajbir Chikara[India] Clinton Davies[New Zealand] Sanjay[India]
84 kg Manoj Kumar[India] Rajesh Kumar[India] Richard Feriera[RSA] Dean Van Zyl[RSA]
96KG Ashok Kumar[India] Hugues Bella Lufu[RSA] Anil Kumar[India] Mohammed Umar[Pak]
120 kg Dharmender Dalal[India] Andries Schutte[RSA] Rishi Pal[India] Andrew Davidson[RSA]

Johannesburg 2013[edit]

The 13th commonwealth wrestling championships were held in Johannesburg, South Africa between December 5 and December 7, 2013.[2]

Singapore 2016[edit]

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