The second day of competitions in Rio Vermelho yielded fierce duels and already presented the firsts champions. After 96 bouts since the start of the WUC Wrestling, some athletes are already holding their medals. This Wednesday was also marked by the women’s debut in the battles, with 16 bouts disputed in the categories -55kg, -62kg and -72kg of the freestyle. The highlights were Japan and Germany, who won most of the duels and are in the final bout of their categories.

Women’s Freestyle: Japan vs. Mexico Photo: CBDU / Kaizen Filmes / Thiago Duarte

 

This Thursday, September 6, in addition to the women’s finals, another seven female rounds will start. Tomorrow is also the final day for the following male categories: -61kg, -70kg, -79kg and -79kg freestyle. The championship lasts until September 9 in the Rio Vermelho gymnasium and the entrance is free. Competitions start every day from 2pm.

Check out the champions of this Wednesday, September 5:

MALE FREE STYLE (-57KG)

1st Place: Hudai Fujita (JAPAN)

2nd Place: Samuel Jagas (CANADA)

3rd Place: John Parra Garcia (MEXICO) – Diego Rodrigues (BRAZIL)

 

MALE FREE STYLE (-65kg)

1st Place: Key Yonezawa (JAPAN)

2nd Place: Selim Kozan (TURKEY)

3rd Place: Vincent Demarines (CANADA)

 

MALE FREE STYLE (-74kg)

1st Place: Muhammet Akdenis (TURKEY)

2nd Place: Mao Okui (JAPAN)

3rd Place: Tyler Rowe (CANADA)

 

MALE FREE STYLE (-86kg)

1st Place: Osman Gocen (TURKEY)

2nd Place: Mihály Nagy (HUNGARY)

3rd Place: Alex Moore (CANADA)

 

MALE FREE STYLE (-92kg)

1st Place: Mustafa Sessiz (TURKEY)

2nd Place: Bendegúz Tóth (HUNGARY)

3rd Place: Takashi Ishiguro (JAPAN)

 

MALE FREE STYLE (-125kg)

1st Place: Balint Borsos (HUNGARY)

2nd Place: Sean Molle (CANADA)

3rd Place: Felipe Danese (BRAZIL)

 

Check the other results of the day in our bulletin

WUC Wrestling – Goiânia 2018 is an achievement of the International Federation of University Sports (FISU), the Brazilian Confederation of University Sports (CBDU), the Goias Federation of University Sports (FGDU) and the Brazilian Confederation of Wrestling (CBW).

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