Georgia's Bagrati Gagnidze won the men's 71kg title ©UWW

Iran's Rahman Amouzadkhalili claimed gold as the United World Wrestling Cadet World Championships continued in Zagreb.

The continental cadet champion added the world title to his list of achievements, as he beat Armenia’s Rafayel Harutyunyan in the 45 kilogram freestyle gold medal match at the Dom Sportova.

Bronze medals were earned by Uzbekistan’s Shakhbos Komilov and Ahmet Yucel of Turkey.

United States’ Matthew Ramos emerged as the winner of the 51kg competition.

He secured victory over Japan’s Kota Takahashi in the gold medal bout.

Iran’s Seyederfan Jafariangelyerdi claimed the first bronze, with India’s Aman Aman clinching the final place on the podium.

Turkey were able to celebrate gold in the 60kg division, with Hamca Alaca topping the standings.

Alaca overcame the challenge of Greece’s Georgios Kougioumtsidis in the final.

India’s Ravinder Ravinder and Iran’s Aliakbar Fazlikhalili added to their country’s medal tally by winning bronze.

Georgia’s Bagrati Gagnidze won the 71kg title against India’s Baliyan Gourav.

Alex Facundo of the US and Japan’s Shinnosuke Suwama won bronze medals in the division.

More finals will be held tomorrow, with the first women’s wrestling medals set to be claimed.