TASHKENT. – Armenian Greco-Roman wrestler Arsen Julfalakyan (75 kg) won Gold medal at the 2014 World Championships held in Tashkent, the capital city of Uzbekistan, beating in the final Croatia’s Neven Jugai 4:0.

On the way to the final he defeated Azerbaijan’s Elvin Mursaliyev 9:0, Austria’s Florian Marchal, Mexico’s Juan Escobar and Georgia’s Zurab Datunashvili.

Arsen Julfalakyan is the son of famous Armenian wrestler, world and Olympic champion Levon Julfalakyan. Julfalakyan Jr. is a silver medalist at London Olympics and World Championship in Moscow in 2010.

He is also European Champion 2009, silver medalist at European Championship 2014 (Helsinki) and bronze medalist at European championship in 2012 (Belgrade).

Final match starting at 53:15

Medals Ceremony starting at 1:45:20

Interview

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