TASHKENT — London 2012 bronze medalist and 2013 world runner-up Armenia’s Artur Aleksanyan won gold medal in Greco-Roman Wrestling Worl Championships that are held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, with a 56-second technical fall over Oliver Hassler (Germany) by a score of 8-0 in the 98kg final.

Alexanyan made it to the final bout after beating Ghasem Rezaei (Iran) 3:1 in the semifinals.

Alekasanyan’s win made Armenia the only country with two gold medalists in this year’s championships.

95kg Final Match

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