Islamic Solidarity Games: Iranian Wushu Fighters Win Six Gold Medals
- May, 22, 2017 - 15:26
- Sports news
TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Iranian wushu representatives claimed six gold medals at the 4th Islamic Solidarity Games in Baku on Monday.
In the last day of the competition, the Iranian wushu fighters showed their supremacy in the sport.
The Iranian athletes won six gold medals out of seven classes.
Gold: Moein Hajizadeh (Iran)
Silver: Sadik Pehlivan (Turkey)
Bronze: Ali Ali Wazea Zaid (Yemen)
Bronze: Zahoor Ahmed (Pakistan)
Gold: Mahdi Mohammadi (Iran)
Silver: Elchin Eminov (Azerbaijan)
Bronze: Yusuf Widiyanto (Indonesia)
Bronze: Annageldi Agamyradoc (Turkmenistan)
Gold: Erfan Ahangarian (Iran)
Silver: Yassine Hamzaoui (unisis)
Bronze: Ruslan Piraliyev (Azerbaijan)
Bronze: Ali Mohammad Al-Hajj Helal (Yemen)
Gold: Foroud Zafari (Iran)
Silver: Bayram Shammadov (Azerbaijan)
Bronze: Ali Ay (Turkey)
Bronze: Obaidullah Obaidullah (Pakistan)
Gold: Saeid Fazeli (Iran)
Silver: Vugar Karamov (Azerbaijan)
Bronze: Puja Riyaya (Indonesia)
Bronze: Savas Bekar (Turkey)
Gold: Yazdan Mirzaei (Iran)
Silver: Ayman Mohamed (Egypt)
Bronze: Maaz Khan (Pakistan)
Bronze: Parviz Abdullayev (Azerbaijan)
More than 3,000 athletes from 54 countries of the Islamic Solidarity Sports Federation are competing in 21 sports at the Games.
The Baku 2017 Islamic Solidarity Games started May 8 and will last until May 22 in Azerbaijan’s capital.