Russia continued their dominance at the United World Wrestling (UWW) Ivan Yariguin Grand Prix by winning four more gold medals today.
Russian wrestlers won five gold medals at the Football Arena Yenisei in Krasnoyarsk yesterday, and today added to their tally with four more.
Akhmed Chakaev defeated his compatriot Nachyn Kuular 2-1 in the 65 kilograms freestyle final before Akhmed Gadzhimagomedov beat fellow Russian Magomed Ramazanov 6-2 in the 79kg final to win his fourth Ivan Yariguin title.
Anzor Khizriev added another gold medal when he caused an upset against Olympic and two-time world champion Taha Akgul, winning 7-3 in the 125kg gold-medal bout.
Russia's fourth gold came from Anzhela Fomenko in the women's wrestling after her opponent and compatriot Anna Shcherbakova withdrew from the 68kg final through injury.
It was also a successful day for Mongolia, with Battsetseg Soronzonbold winning her second Yariguin gold medal by defeating fellow Mongolian Enkh Amar Davaanasan.
Sukhee Tserenchimed then comfortably beat Russia's Olga Khoroshavtseva 10-5 in the 57kg women's final.
The competition is due to conclude tomorrow with four freestyle and two women’s wrestling finals.