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Monday, 21 April 2014

TOGETHER FOR OLYMPIC WRESTLING

FILA thanks the wrestlers, leaders and fans of wrestling for their passion in saving our sport in the Olympics. We are a Wrestling Family.

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Daniel Robin (FRA)

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  • World Champion 1967
  • Olympic Silver Medalist 1968 Greco-Roman
  • Olympic Silver Medalist 1968 Freestyle
  • Nominé au Hall of Fame en 2012

Baraladei Daniel IGALI (CAN)

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  • World Champion 1999
  • Olympic Gold Medalist 2000
  • 1st CAN Olympic Champion
  • 1st African born black to win Gold

  • Nominé au Hall of Fame en 2012

Ibrahim JAVADI (IRI)

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  • 1 Bronze medal at the Olympic Games (1972)
  • 4 Gold medals at the World Championships (1969, 1970, 1971, 1973)

  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2011 

Hamit KAPLAN (TUR)

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  • 1 Gold medal at the Olympic Games (1956)
  • 1 Silver medal at the Olympic Games (1960)
  • 1 Bronze medal at the Olympic Games (1964)
  • 1 Gold medal at the World Championships (1957)
  • 3 Silver medals at the World Championships (1961, 1961, 1959)
  • 4 Bronze medals at the World Championships (1955, 1958, 1963, 1963)

  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2011 

Huseyin Akbas (TUR)

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  • 1 Silver medal at the Olympic Games (1964)
  • 1 Bronze medal at the Olympic Games (1956)
  • 4 Gold medals at the World Championships (1955, 1957, 1959, 1962)
  • 2 Bronze medals at the World Championships (1955, 1961)
  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2011

Anatoli BELOGLASOV (RUS)

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  • 1 Gold medal at the Olympic Games (1980)
  • 3 Gold medals at the World Championships (1977, 1978, 1982)
  • 1 Bronze medal at the World Championships (1983)
  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2010

Bouvaisa SAITIEV (RUS)

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  • 3 Gold medals at the Olympic Games (1996, 2004, 2008)
  • 6 Gold medals at the World Championship (1995, 1997, 1998, 2001, 2003, 2005)
  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2010

Olle Anderberg (SWE)

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  • 1 Gold medal at the Olympic Games (1952)
  • 1 Silver medal at the Olympic Games (1948)
  • 3 Gold medals at the World Championships (1950, 1951, 1953)
  • 1 Silver medal at the World Championships (1954)
  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2009

Mustafa DAGISTANLI (TUR)

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  • 2 Gold medals at the Olympic Games
  • 3 Gold medals at the World Championships
  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2009

Vladimir YUMIN (RUS)

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  • 1 Gold medal at the Olympic Games
  • 4 Gold medals at the World Championships
  • 1 Silver medal at the World Championships
  • 1 Bronze medal at the World Championships
  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2009

Leroy Jr. KEMP (USA)

Leroy Jr. KEMP (USA)
  • 3 Gold medals at the World Championships (1978, 1979, 1982)
  • 1 Bronze medal at the World Championships (1981) 

  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2008

Hideaki TOMIYAMA (JPN)

Hideaki TOMIYAMA (JPN)
  • 1 Gold medal at the Olympic Games (1984)
  • 2 Gold medals at the World Championships (1978, 1979)
  • 2 Silver medals at the World Championships (1982, 1983)
  • 1 Bronze medal at the World Championships (1981)

  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2008 

Ali ALIEV (URS)

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  • 5 Gold medals at the World Championships (1959, 1961, 1962, 1966, 1967)
  • 1 Silver medal at the World Championships (1963)

  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2007 

Emam HABIBI (IRI)

Emam HABIBI (IRI)
  • 1 Gold medal at the Olympic Games (1956)
  • 3 Gold medals at the World Championships (1959, 1961, 1962)

  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2007 

Masaaki KANEKO (JPN)

Masaaki KANEKO (JPN)
  • 1 Gold medal at the Olympic Games (1968)
  • 2 Gold medal at the World Championships (1966, 1967)

  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2007 

Gholamreza TAKHTI (IRI)

Gholamreza TAKHTI (IRI)
  • 1 Gold medal at the Olympic Games
  • 2 Silver medals at the Olympic Games
  • 2 Gold medals at the World Championships
  • 2 Silver medals at the World Championships

  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2007 

Soslan ANDIEV (URS)

Soslan ANDIEV (URS)
  • 2 Gold medals at the Olympic Games 
  • 4 Gold medals at the World Championships
  • 1 Silver medal at the World Championships

  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2006

Leri CHABELOV (RUS)

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  • 1 Gold medal at the Olympic Games
  • 1 Silver medal at the Olympic Games
  • 5 Gold medals at the World Championships
  • 1 Bronze medal at the World Championships
  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2006

Il KIM (PRK)

Il KIM (PRK)
  • 2 Gold medals at the Olympic Games
  • 1 Silver medal at the World Championships

  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2006 

Shozo SASAHARA (JPN)

Shozo SASAHARA (JPN)
  • 1 Gold medal at the Olympic Games
  • 1 Gold medal at the World Championships
  • FILA Honorary Member

  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2006 

Makharbek CHADARZEV (UZB)

Makharbek CHADARZEV (UZB)
  • 2 Gold medals at the Olympic Games
  • 1 Silver medal at the Olympic Games
  • 5 Gold medals at the World Championships
  • 2 Silver medals at the World Championships
  • 1 Bronze medal at the World Championships

  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2005 

Kevin JACKSON (USA)

Kevin JACKSON (USA)
  • 1 Gold medal at the Olympic Games
  • 2 Gold medals at the World Championships

  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2005 

Kustaa PIHLAJAMAEKI (FIN)

Kustaa PIHLAJAMAEKI (FIN)
  • 2 Gold medals at the Olympic Games
  • 1 Silver medal at the Olympic Games

  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2005 

Levan TEDIASHVILI (URS)

Levan TEDIASHVILI (URS)
  • 2 Gold medals at the Olympic Games 
  • 4 Gold medals at the World Championships
  • 1 Silver medal at the World Championships

  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2005 

Yojiro UTAKE (JPN)

Yojiro UTAKE (JPN)
  • 2 Gold medals at the Olympic Games (1964, 1968)

  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2005 

Eniu VALCHEV-DIMOV (BUL)

Eniu VALCHEV-DIMOV (BUL)
  • 1 Gold medal at the Olympic Games
  • 1 Silver medal at the Olympic Games
  • 1 Bronze medal at the Olympic Games
  • 1 Gold medal at the World Championships
  • 2 Silver medals at the World Championships
  • 1 Bronze medal at the World Championships

  • Inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2005 

John SMITH (USA)

John SMITH (USA)
  • 2 Gold medals at the Olympic Games (1988, 1992) 
  • 4 Gold medals at the World Championships (1987, 1989, 1990, 1991) 

Bruce BAUMGARTNER (USA)

Bruce BAUMGARTNER (USA)
  • 2 times Olympic Champion (1984, 1992)
  • 1 Silver medal at the Olympic Games (1988) 
  • 1 Bronze medal at the Olympic Games (1996) 
  • 3 Gold medals at the World Championships (1986, 1993, 1995) 
  • 2 Silver medals at the World Championships (1989, 1990) 
  • 4 Bronze medals at the World Championships (1983, 1985, 1987, 1994) 
  • Equally with Alexander Karelin for the largest number of medals (World Championships / Olympic Games) with a total of 13

Valentin JORDANOV (BUL)

Valentin JORDANOV (BUL)
  • 1 Gold medal at the Olympic Games (1996)
  • 1 Bronze medal at the Olympic Games (1992) 
  • 7 Gold medals at the World Championships (1983, 1985, 1987, 1989, 1993, 1994, 1995)
  • 2 Silver medals at the World Championships (1990, 1991) 
  • 2 Bronze medals at the World Championships (1992, 1986)

  • President of the Bulgarian Wrestling Federation

Arsen FADZAYEV (UZB)

Arsen FADZAYEV (UZB)
  • 2 Gold medals at the Olympic Games (1988, 1992)
  • 6 Gold medals at the World Championships (1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1990, 1991) 
  • 1 Silver medal at the World Championships (1989) 

Alexander MEDVED (URS)

Alexander MEDVED (URS)
  • 3 Gold medals at the Olympic Games (1964, 1969, 1972) 
  • 7 Gold medals at the World Championships (1962, 1963, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1970, 1971)
  • 1 Silver medal at the World Championships (1965) 
  • 1 Bronze medal at the World Championships (1961)
  • Was President of the Belarus Wrestling Federation

Abdullah ARDABILI MOVAHED (IRI)

Abdullah ARDABILI MOVAHED (IRI)
  • 1 Gold medal at the Olympic Games
  • 5 Gold medals at the World Championships

Sergey BELOGLAZOV (URS)

Sergey BELOGLASOV (URS)
  • 2 Gold medals at the Olympic Games (1980, 1988)
  • 6 Gold medals at the World Championships (1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987)
  • 2 Silver medals at the World Championships (1975, 1979)

Yuji TAKADA (JPN)

Yuji TAKADA (JPN)
  • 1 Gold medal at the Olympic Games (1976)
  • 1 Bronze medal at the Olympic Games (1984)
  • 4 Gold medals at the World Championships (1974, 1975, 1977, 1979)
  • 1 Bronze medal at the World Championships (1973)

Ahmet AYIK (TUR)

Ahmet AYIK (TUR)
  • 1 Gold medal at the Olympic Games
  • 1 Silver medal at the Olympic Games
  • 2 Gold medals at the World Championships
  • 1 Silver medal at the World Championships
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