Wrestler from South Ossetia became a freestyle wrestling world champion

Thu, 23/08/2012 - 22:21

South Ossetian fighter Inal Tasoev won the freestyle wrestling World Championship in Baku among the athletes born 1995-1996.

As IA "Res" has been informed by the coach of the athlete Tamerlan Kochiev, "our athlete performed in the weight class up to 85 kilograms. He fought four bouts. During the first bout he won a landslide victory on points with a score of 8-0 over the representative of the Polish team Alexander Voshtachni. He then prevailed with a score of 8-2 over the Ukrainian athlete Bogdan Hruschai".
According to Kochiev, in a fight for reaching the finals Tasoev won a clear victory over the American athlete Michel Swig.
"In the battle for the first place our athlete confronted with the representative of the North Ossetian Wrestling School Chermen Bagaev, who currently represents the team of Azerbaijan. In a stubborn battle victory went to Tasoev. He won 3-1, - added the coach. - I am very pleased with the performance of Tasoev, who has shown a good level of technical and tactical training, and has shown his worth. "
It should be noted that the World Championship was being held August 20 – 22, 2012.
At the tournament Tasoev was representing the national team of Russia.

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