Wrestling at the 2005 Summer Universiade

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

The Wrestling competition in the 2005 Summer Universiade were held in İzmir, Turkey.

Men[edit]

Freestyle[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg Mongolia Bayaraagiin Naranbaatar Armenia Vahan Simonyan Azerbaijan Namik Sovdumov
South Korea Yoo Hyun-Jin
60 kg United States Nathan Gallick Turkey Tevfik Odabaşı Russia Alexsandr Kontoev
Iran Abbas Biglarbeigi
66 kg United States Jesse Jantzen Russia Berding Kalekssaev Georgia (country) Otari Tushishvili
North Korea Kang Kum Chol
74 kg Iran Hadi Habibi Poland Krystian Brzozowski South Korea Kang Sang-Woo
Turkey Fahrettin Özata
84 kg Ukraine Oleg Kushnir Iran Majid Khodaei Russia Eugeny Kulish
Turkey Gökhan Yavaşer
96 kg United States Thomas Rowlands Turkey Hakan Koç South Korea Koo Tae-Hyun
Belarus Siarhei Pernikau
120 kg Turkey Sait Bingöl Russia Alexey Voronin Kazakhstan Andrey Svatkovsky
Georgia (country) David Otiashvili

Greco-Roman[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
55 kg North Korea Ri Il Kyong Iran Hassan Rangraz Kazakhstan Askar Zhursymbaev
Georgia (country) Goderdzi Davitadze
60 kg Iran Ali Ashkani South Korea Kim Geon-Hai Kazakhstan Yerbol Konyratov
Cuba Anush Hakobyan
66 kg Turkey Selçuk Çebi South Korea Jung Ji-Hyun United States Justin Lester
Finland Matti Kautto
74 kg Turkey Şeref Tüfenk Poland Radosław Truszkowski Armenia Edgar Babayan
Japan Tsukasa Tsurumaki
84 kg Georgia (country) Shalva Gadabadze Germany Björn Holk Cuba Reinier Corrales
Armenia Vahram Galstyan
96 kg Kazakhstan Margulan Assembekov Turkey Hamdi Eraslankılıç Estonia Heiki Nabi
Armenia Robert Petrosyan
120 kg [1] Cuba Mijail Lopez Turkey Yekta Yılmaz Gül Lithuania Mindaugas Mizgaitis
Iran Mehdi Sharabiani

Women[edit]

Freestyle[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg  Carol Huynh (CAN)  Yuri Funatsu (JPN)  Sara Fulp-Allen (USA)

 Oleksandra Kohut (UKR)

51 kg  Irini Merleni (UKR)  Lyndsay Belisle (CAN)  Alena Kareisha (BLR)

 Mary Kelly (USA)

55 kg  Saori Yoshida (JPN)  Tonya Verbeek (CAN)  Olga Levkovska (UKR)

 Marcie Van Dusen (USA)

59 kg  Ayako Shoda (JPN)  Justyna Barciak (POL)  Breanne Graham (CAN)

 Lee Yeon-Mi (KOR)

63 kg  Kaori Icho (JPN)  Volha Khilko (BLR)  Alaina Berube (USA)

 Meryem Selloum (FRA)

67 kg  Mami Shinkai (JPN)  Hatun Muhcu (TUR)  Stefanie Howorun (CAN)

 Natalya Kysina (RUS)

72 kg  Ohenewa Akuffo (CAN)  Kateryna Burmistrova (UKR)  Ayaki Murashima (JPN)

 Agnieszka Wieszczek (POL)

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Japan (JPN)4127
2 Turkey (TUR)*35210
3 United States (USA)3058
4 Canada (CAN)2226
 Iran (IRI)2226
6 Ukraine (UKR)2125
7 Georgia (GEO)1045
8 Kazakhstan (KAZ)1034
9 Cuba (CUB)1023
10 North Korea (PRK)1012
11 Mongolia (MGL)1001
12 Poland (POL)0314
13 South Korea (KOR)0246
14 Russia (RUS)0235
15 Armenia (ARM)0134
16 Belarus (BLR)0123
17 Germany (GER)0101
18 Azerbaijan (AZE)0011
 Estonia (EST)0011
 Finland (FIN)0011
 France (FRA)0011
Totals (21 nations)21214284


References[edit]