Turkish athlete Fatih Erdin won the silver medal in the men's freestyle 86 kg category at the World Wrestling Championship 2018 in Budapest, Hungary on Sunday.
Erdin -- who competed in the world championship for the first time -- lost to the U.S.' David Taylor 12-2 on the second day of the event.
Erdin had defeated Slovakia's Boris Makoev 8-7 in the round of 16 and won against South Korea's Kim Gwan-uk 10-0 in the quarterfinals.
He beat Spain's Taimuraz Friev Naskidaeva 7-4 in the semifinals to advance to the title match.
More than 850 wrestlers from 97 countries are competing in Budapest to win one of the 30 world titles in freestyle, Greco-Roman and women's wrestling.
The championships will run through Oct. 28.
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