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    Anybody got results or video? Or any knowedge of what the Olympic greco team might be?

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    here are the gold medalists

    55 Mingian Semenov
    Nazyr Mankiev lost in the final, his brother Bekxan lost in early rounds

    60 Zaur Kurmagmedov

    66 Migran Arutunian

    74 Imil Sharafedinov
    Roman Vlasov did not wrestle, probably pre-selected for the Olympics

    84 Alan Khugaev
    Mishin lost in the final

    96 Rustam Totrov
    Khushtov lost early

    120 Aleksandr Anuchin
    Khasan Baroev DNC, same as Vlasov

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    Awesome thanks!

    Russian 66 kg is a mess. Vachadze just fell apart somehow and Albiev is clearly too small for the weight. Any chance Albiev sucks down and gets a chance for hte Olympic spot?

    Vlasoev is a huge stud, not suprised if ther preselect him. Excited Totrov won, he's a pretty fun guy to watch

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    Quote Originally Posted by arm-spin View Post
    Any chance Albiev sucks down and gets a chance for hte Olympic spot?
    Actually that's what he did I read about it one month ago but no more update, looks like they will send all candidates to an international tournament and the better wrestler will go to London.

    Kurmagmedov is 2011 world bronze medalist, I don't think they pick Albiev without giving Kurmagmedov any chance.

    I'm sure Akzent will tell us more

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    Vlasov and Baroev didn't participate but both of them will be in the olympic team most probably.

    Albiev didn't wrestle either, and while Kuramagomedov might now be the first option for the russian coaches to get the 60kg spot in London, he and Albiev are said to be competing for a place in the team, depending on their results in the upcoming tournaments.

    55kg
    1.- Mingiyan Semenov
    2.- Nazir Mankiev
    3.- Stepan Maranyan y Rasul Bekuh

    60kg
    1. Zaur Kuramagomedov
    2. Ibrahim Labazanov
    3. Ivan Kuylakov y Aslan Abdullin

    66kg
    1. Mihran Harutyunyan
    2. Yuri Denisov
    3. Basil Bows y Adam Kurak

    74kg
    1. Imil Sharafetdinov
    2. Ilyas Magomadov
    3. Constantine Spike y Bilan Nalgiev

    84kg
    1. Alan Khugaev
    2. Alexei Mishin
    3. Oleg Shokalov y Saur Karezhev

    96kg
    1. Rustem Totrov
    2. Nikita Melnikov
    3. Konstantin Efimov y Maxim Safarian

    120kg
    1. Alexander Anuchin
    2. Shohruddi Ayubov
    3. Alikhan Ayubov y Vladimir Ilnitskiy

    Final matches
    55kg Mingiyan Semenov vs. Nazir Mankiev Манкиев - Семенов. ЧР по греко-римской борьбе 2012 - YouTube
    60kg Zaur Kuramagomedov vs. Ibrahim Labazanov Курамагамедов -Лабазанов ЧР по греко-римской борьбе 2012 - YouTube
    66kg Mihran Harutyunyan vs. Yuri Denisov Денисов - Арутюнян. ЧР по греко-римской борьбе 2012 - YouTube
    74kg Imil Sharafetdinov vs. Ilyas Magomadov Шарафетдинов - Магомадов. ЧР по греко-римской борьбе 2012 - YouTube
    84kg Alan Khugaev vs. Alexei Mishin Мишин - Хугаев ЧР по греко-римской борьбе 2012 - YouTube
    96kg Rustem Trotov vs. Nikita Melnikov Мельников - Тотров ЧР по греко-римской борьбе 2012 - YouTube
    120kg Alexander Anuchin vs. Shohruddi Ayubov Аюбов - Анучин ЧР по греко-римской борьбе 2012 - YouTube
    Last edited by teseo; 06-08-2012 at 05:55 AM.

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    Thanks for videos

    interesting, 7 matches, 19 periods but only 1 point in standing position, 3rd period of 84kg final and even that point was Mishin's mistake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    Thanks for videos

    interesting, 7 matches, 19 periods but only 1 point in standing position, 3rd period of 84kg final and even that point was Mishin's mistake.
    Not sure "interesting" is the word I would chose Maybe like the freestyle guys, these guys just know each other too well. I enjoyed the 55 kg final though I thought Mankiev lost all 3 periods personally. The guy who beat him- what are his credentials? Pretty impressive ni this math.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arm-spin View Post
    Not sure "interesting" is the word I would chose Maybe like the freestyle guys, these guys just know each other too well. I enjoyed the 55 kg final though I thought Mankiev lost all 3 periods personally. The guy who beat him- what are his credentials? Pretty impressive ni this math.
    even If you see Russian wrestlers in other tournaments, they can't score in standing position ! with the exception of Vlasov.

    Russian wrestlers are very strong in par terre position but we know it's risky.

    This guy Semenov wrestled in European Championship this year and finished only 5th ! (lost to Modos and Kostadinov)

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    thank for the vids. bad ass performance at 66 scoring the gut with less than 10 seconds left in per 3.

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