Salvador, Greco-Roman, Brazil, World Championships

Junior World Championships -- Day One

By United World Wrestling Press

Greco-Roman -- 50kg

GOLD: Reza KHEDRI (IRI) df. Nugzari TSURTSUMIA (GEO), 2-1
BRONZE: Amangali BEKBOLATOV (KAZ) df. Oleksii MASYK (UKR) by TF, 8-0

Greco-Roman -- 60kg

GOLD: Emilin SERHEY (RUS) df. Karim JALAZOV (AZE) by TF, 9-0
BRONZE: Masuto KAWANA (JPN) v. Dumoyan TARON (ARM) by TF, 8-0

Greco-Roman -- 74kg

GOLD: Gela BOLKVADZE (GEO) df. Akbudak BURHAN (TUR), 4-3
BRONZE: Zoltan LEVAI (HUN)  df. Shohei YABIKU (JPN), 3-2
BRONZE: Hannes WAGNER (GER) df. Alex KESSIDIS (SWE), 4-4 via criteria 

Greco-Roman -- 96kg

BRONZE: Kevin Mejia CASTILLO (HON) df. Szolt TOROK (HUN), 4-1
BRONZE: Murat LOKYAEV (RUS) df. Soslan FANZIYEV (AZE) by TF, 15-4


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UPDATE: Due to equipment delays the Livestream will be available at 11am ET


10:00-15:00  Qualification & Repechage Rounds Greco-Roman 50, 60, 74, 96kg
19:0-19:30  Opening Ceremony
19:30-21:00  Finals & Award Ceremonies Greco-Roman 50, 60, 74, 96kg

Ukrainian, Georgian Olympic Committees Host Level II Coaches and Referees Course

By United World Wrestling Press

VEVEY, Switzerland (November 25) -- The Ukrainian and Georgian Olympic committees, with the support of Olympic Solidarity and in collaboration with the National Wrestling Federations, hosted coaches and referees' courses during the month of November.

These courses focused on transmission knowledge and team building while perfecting participants knowledge. They were conducted by UWW educators Vincent AKA (CIV),Vladimir SHATSKYKH (UKR), Roman PAVLOV (UKR) and Edisher MACHAIDZE (GEO).

"The course reminded the participants of the essential skills necessary to sharpen their expertise and to stay on top of the new educational materials and content," said Shatskysh. "It was great to see my colleagues work together and empower each other to maximize their capacities and knowledge throughout these intensive working days."

The coaches increased their qualifications in both individual and teamwork principles. While the coaches of the Georgian national teams have a lot of hands-on experience and relevant results, they acknowledged that these courses have done a lot for them. 

"This course has taught coaches the key current trends and trends in wrestling, in both theoretical and practical terms: conducting modern training sessions with scientific approaches, both long-term and short-term; Planning of microcycles and macrocycles with accurate scientific, biological and physiological data," said Machaidze.

In addition, the educators reminded participants of the basic knowledge of wrestling education, and long forgotten lessons while working for the first time with the referees to efficiently expand wrestling developments within their clubs and regions.
The activities were interactive, giving attending coaches and referees the chance to practice sharpening classroom skills on the mats.

The classroom skills highlighted periodization, nutrition, injury management and club development as well as refereeing rules. Coaches had to demonstrate good practice in terms of technical, pedagogical and communication skills. Particular emphasis has been placed on the ability of coaches to self-analyze their coaching skills.
The Ukrainian and Georgian Wrestling Federation expressed their gratitude and support received from United World Wrestling and the desire to cooperate with other projects related to the development of wrestling in their countries.