Reigning world champion Zaurbek Sidakov secured one of four gold medals won by Russia on the concluding day of the UWW Ivan Yariguin Grand Prix ©UWW

Russia won four gold medals on the concluding day of the United World Wrestling (UWW) Ivan Yariguin Grand Prix to ensure a clean sweep in the freestyle category.

Reigning world champion Zaurbek Sidakov won the first gold of the day for Russia, coming from behind to beat Turkey's Yakup Gor 5-4 in the 74 kilograms final at the Football Arena Yenisei in Krasnoyarsk.

Russia's Dauren Kurugliev then won gold after his opponent, Fatih Erdin of Turkey, had to withdraw through injury in the 86kg gold medal fight. 

Magomed Kurbanov got Russia's third gold, winning the 92kg round-robin tournament, before Shamil Musaev ensured Russia's freestyle clean sweep.

He defeated Aliaksandr Hushtyn of Belarus 11-9 in the 97kg final.

The home crowd in Krasnoyarsk saw Russia win ten freestyle gold medals in total across the tournament. 

In the women's wrestling, Tamyra Mensah-Stock of the United States triumphed in the 72kg gold medal bout, beating Japan's Yuka Kagami with a first-period fall.

In doing so, she became the first American woman to win three Yariguin titles.

Japan's Hiroe Minagawa Suzuki won the final women's gold of the tournament, beating Vasilisa Marzaliuk 3-1 in the 76kg final. 

Today's action concluded the action in Krasnoyarsk, with Russia topping the overall points table in both the freestyle and women's wrestling events. 

In the freestyle, they gained 250 points, with Mongolia in second on 118 points and Turkey third on 83. 

In the women's event, Russia finished with 191 points, while Mongolia took second again with 153 points and Japan came third with 145 points.