Two Turkish wrestlers claimed gold medals at the 2016 European Wrestling Championship being held in Riga, Latvia on Thursday.
Yasemin Adar won a gold medal in the women's 75-kg division after beating her Russian rival Alena Starodubtseva 7-0, becoming the first Turkish woman wrestler winning a gold medal at the European Wrestling Championship.
Turkey's Soner Demirtaş also claimed a gold medal in the men's 74-kg freestyle division as he enjoyed a narrow 2-1 victory against Azerbaijani wrestler Cebrail Hasanov.
Georgia's Jakob Makarashvili and Russian Zaur Makiev won bronze medals in Demirtaş's division.
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