21 August 2016

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Olympics 2016 Update: Cuba's Ismael Borrero Molina Wins First Wrestling Gold against Ota

The world champion Ismael Borrero Molina of the Cuba has recently won the first wrestling gold medal in the men’s Greco-Roman 59 kg category of the Rio Olympic Games when he has collapsed the Shinobu Ota who has been the surprise finalist on 14th of August 2016, Sunday. The cuban has held his first chance in the Carioca Arena 2 for lifting up as well as throwing Ota to the mat for taking the lead in the first period and has won the game with one more throw in the second. You can also check Summer Olympics Closing Ceremony details here.

Cuba's Ismael Borrero Molina Wins First Wrestling Gold against Finalist Ota

Up to the point, Ota has been the champion of the category. The person has been nicknamed as Ninja Wrestler who has beat the contenders for the silver medal along with the favorite of the gold medal Hamid Mohammad Soryan who is from Iran. In the preliminary round, the champion was stopped out of argument when he has stumbled off the mat and took the scoreboard along with him in his tournament over Ota. The bronze medals in the competition have been won by the Stig-Andre Berge of the Norway and Uzbekistan’s Elmurat Tasmuradov. Since 1948 London, Consolation for the Madsen of the Denmark has been the first silver medal won by his nation in Greco-Roman wrestling. For latest updates regarding the Summer Olympics 2016, you can watch this site regularly.


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