The Turkish Greco-Roman wrestling team became champions in the 33rd International Vehbi Emre and Hamit Kaplan Greco-Roman Wrestling Tournament on Sunday. In the second and final day of the tournament held at Ahmet Cömert Sport Facility in Istanbul, the Turkish wrestlers won four gold, one silver and two bronze medals.
The Turkish national team won six gold, two silver, three bronze medals and ranked first with 77 points in total at the end of the two-day tournament. Belarussia came second with 38 points and Kazakhstan third with 30 points. Turkish wrestler Abdülsamet Uğurlu won the gold medal in the 66 kilogram division. Cengiz Arslan received the bronze medal in the same divison. Emrah Kuş won the gold medal in the 75 kilogram division while Metehan Başar achieved the same success in the 85 kilogram division. Kansu İldem received a bronze medal in the 85 kilogram division and Rıza Kayaalp gold, while Ali Nail Arslan won the silver medal in the 130 kilogram division.