Topic: London 2012 Summer Olympics
August 5 (RIA Novosti)
Iranian wrestler Hamid Mohammad Soryan Reinhanpour won gold in the men’s 55 kilogram Greco-Roman class Sunday, beating his Azerbaijani opponent Rovshan Bayramov in the final.
Soryan Reihanpour won 3-0 to wrap up the match at the end of the second period.
Earlier, Russian wrestler Mingiyan Semenov won bronze, beating Choi Gyujin of South Korea 3-1.
The second bronze went to Hungary’s Peter Modos, who beat Haakan Erik Nyblom of Denmark 3-1.
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