Rıza Kayaalp, national athlete with 130 kg Greco-Roman, won the gold medal by defeating his Georgian rival Iakobi Kajaia and became the European Champion for the 10th time in his career. Rıza, who has the most European championship titles, has developed his own record.
Europe held in Poland Wrestling National athlete in the championship Riza Kayaalpwon the gold medal in Greco-Roman style 130 kilograms.
On the 6th day of the championship held in the capital city of Warsaw, national wrestler Rıza Kayaalp faced Georgian Iakobi Kajaia in the 130kg final in Greco-Roman style.
Rıza Kayaalp defeated his Georgian opponent 3-1 in the last game of the day and won the 10th European championship in his career.
DEVELOPED THE AIR RECORD OF ITS OWN
Rıza, who has the title of Turkish athlete who has reached the highest European championship, has developed his own record.
In his career, the national wrestler who also won 4 world championships and Olympic second and third place, defeated Ukrainian Oleksandr Chernetskyy in the qualifiers in the championship in Warsaw, the capital of Poland, and Romanian Alin Alexuc in the quarterfinals with the number key.
Rıza Kayaalp beat German Eduard Popp 5-0 in the semifinals and reached the finals for the 11th time in European championships.
The European Wrestling Championship will end tomorrow with the matches to be held in the Greco-Roman style. Kerem Kamal, one of the national athletes, will play in the gold medal match, and Murat Fırat in the bronze medal match.