Tokyo Olympics Wrestling: Iran's Geraei wins Greco-Roman lightweight gold

While Gerei won gold in the lightweight category, it was Ukraine's Zhan Beleniuk who won the middleweight gold.

Gold medallist Mohammadreza Geraei of Iran poses with his medal during the men's Greco-Roman lightweight (67kg) category medal ceremony.   -  REUTERS

Iran's Mohammadreza Geraei won gold in the men's Greco-Roman lightweight (67kg) category at the Tokyo Olympics on Wednesday.

Ukraine's Parviz Nasibov took the silver medal while Germany's Frank Staebler and Egypt's Mohamed Ibrahim El-Sayed claimed the bronze medals.

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Later in the day, Ukraine's Zhan Beleniuk won gold in the men's Greco-Roman middleweight (87kg) category after beating Hungary's Viktor Lorincz.

Germany's Denis Kudla and Serbia's Zurabi Datunashvili won the bronze medals.

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