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Saturday, 18 January 2014 20:52

5 gold, 6 silver and 8 bronze medals from Mushvig Isayev memorial tournament / PHOTO

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The 17th international cadet freestyle wrestling tournament dedicated to the memory of 20 January martyr Mushvig Isayev has finished.

The participants of the tournament and the representatives of the Ministry of Youth and Sports, National Olympic Committee and Azerbaijan Wrestling Federation first of all visited the Alley of Honors, commemorated the national leader, the architect and builder of our independent state Heydar Aliyev and place wreaths before his grave.

They also commemorated the eminent ophthalmologist and academician Zarifa Aliyeva and put fresh flowers on her grave.

Then they visited the Alley of Martyrs and paid their respects to the heroes who gave their lives for the independence and sovereignty of our country and put flowers on Mushvig Isayev’s and other martyrs’ graves.

The opening ceremony of the 17th international cadet freestyle wrestling tournament dedicated to the memory of 20 January martyr Mushvig Isayev was then held at the “Sarhadchi” Olympic Sports Center.

The deputy Minister of Youth and Sports Ismail Ismailov delivered a speech at the event and said that sports are very rapidly developing in Azerbaijan. “Different types of sports are rapidly developing in our country thanks to the attention and care of the head of state, president of the National Olympic Committee, Ilham Aliyev. It is very gladdening that wrestling holds a special place among them. As a continuation of our outstanding results, in 2013 Azerbaijani sportsmen won 782 medals at significant tournaments. I would like to wish luck and the joy of victory to every participant of the tournament today.”

The floor was then given to the Vice-President of the National Olympic Committee, Khazar Isayev. He said that historically wrestling has been one of the most popular sports in Azerbaijan. As the logical result of the care and attention of the head of state, President of the National Olympic Committee, Ilham Aliyev towards sports, Baku has become one of the sports centers of the world.

The Vice President of Azerbaijan Wrestling Federation Elchin Jafarov highlighted the significance of the event and spoke of the achievements of our wrestlers during the last year. He also said that wrestling was a rapidly developing type of sports in the country.

Overall 135 wrestlers from Azerbaijan, Russia, Georgia, Iran, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan fought for the champion’s title. The Azerbaijani team won 5 gold, 6 silver and 8 bronze medals and ranked first as a team. The Iranian team came in second, Kazakhstan third.

Other winners stand as following:

42 kg
1. Amir Parsteh –Iran
2. Yerbol Dilmagambetov –Kazakhstan
3. Rustambek Jurayev –Uzbekistan
3. Murad Mammadov–Azerbaijan

46 kg
1. Afshin Rahmarirka –Iran
2. Almas Jumabayev –Kazakhstan
3. Yerbulan Sarkitbayev –Kazakhstan
3. Jandog Karibay –Kazakhstan                                 

50 kg
1. Fazil Hasanov–Azerbaijan
2. Cahangirmirza Turubov –Uzbekistan
3. Nader Nasrisamakush–Iran
3. Kanan Aghamaliyev –Azerbaijan

54 kg
1. Afgan Khashalov–Azerbaijan
2. Murad Abdulmuslimov –Azerbaijan
3. Toktagul Kapanov –Kazakhstan
3. Abulfazi Hajipuramiji –Iran                                     

58 kg
1. Mahir Amiraslanov –Azerbaijan
2. Gudrat Aghayev–Azerbaijan
3. Hossein Yusifikamangar –Iran
3. Zalimkhan Veliyev –Azerbaijan

63 kg
1. Teymur Mammadov–Azerbaijan
2. Rasim Mustafayev –Azerbaijan
3. Jaksilik Sultan –Kazakhstan
3. Panah Ilyasli–Azerbaijan                                          

69 kg
1. Fuad Mammadov–Azerbaijan
2. Khizir Aslambekov –Russia
3. Hamed Darbandi –Iran
3. Khalid Alizadeh–Azerbaijan

76 kg
1. Yeskali Dauletkazi –Kazakhstan
2. Shahmar Azimov –Azerbaijan
3. Ahliman Guliyev –Azerbaijan
3. Sanan Alizadeh –Azerbaijan                                  

85 kg
1. Ali Nikzad –Iran
2. Orkhan Hasanov–Azerbaijan
3. Zauri Beradze –Georgia
3. Javid Sadigov –Azerbaijan

100 kg
1. Givi Macharashvili –Georgia
2. Igbal Hajizadeh–Azerbaijan
3. Johnny Petriashvili –Georgia
3. Naeimi Hassanzade –Iran



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