Uzbek athletes won 16 medals on the way to the Paris-2024 tournament

The four-day ranking competition in freestyle, Greco-Roman and women's wrestling in Almaty, Kazakhstan, came to an end with expected and unexpected results.

Expectedly, the athletes of Uzbekistan took part in this prestigious competition and won 1 gold, 3 silver and 12 bronze medals.

Uzbek Greco-Roman wrestler Abror Atabaev won a gold medal in the weight category of 67 kg. Jasurbek Ortiqbaev (55 kg), Muhammadkadir Yusupov (60 kg), Mahmud Bakhshilloyev (72 kg), Jalgasbay Berdimuratov (87 kg) and Rustam Assakalov (97 kg) won bronze medals. In women's wrestling, Jasmina Immayeva (50 kg), Shohida Ahmedova (55 kg) won silver medals, while Aktenge Keunimjayeva (53 kg), Laylo Sobirova (57 kg) and Ariukhan Jumabayeva (65 kg) won bronze medals.

Two of Uzbek athletes, weighing 65 kilograms, participated at the tournament. In the semifinals, Umidjon Jalolov won a bronze medal, defeated by Tulgi Tumur Ochir from Mongolia.

Rakhmonov, who successfully competed in all the competitions until the final, beating Bayranga Punia, India's most famous athlete, who competed five times in a row, competed with Tulgi Tumur Ochir of Mongolia for the gold medal. Yet, he received the silver one.

Zafarbek Otakhonov (70), Magomed Ibragimov (97) and Bobur Islamov (86) also won bronze medals in this tournament.