Sezar Akgül (on top) and Mongolian wrestler Batbold Sodnomdash in Freestyle World Cup 2017
April 27, 1988 |
He won a bronze medal at the 2007 European Wrestling Championships held in Sofia, Bulgaria and again at the 2008 European Wrestling Championships in Tampere, Finland. He also won silver medal at the 2009 FILA Wrestling World Championships.
Sezar Akgül participated in Men's freestyle 55 kg at 2008 Summer Olympics. In 1/8 of final, he lost to Japanese Tomohiro Matsunaga. In the repechage round after beating Adama Diatta from Senegal, he was eliminated by Dilshod Mansurov (Uzbekistan).
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