Iran Reaches 22nd Gold Medal in AIMAG
TEHRAN (Tasnim) - Mojtaba Goleij and Shahnaz Mirheydari claimed two more gold medals for the Iranian delegation at the Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (AIMAG) on Sunday.
Goleij won a gold medal in the Men's Freestyle -97 kg and Mirheydari seized Iran’s 22nd gold medal in the Women's Point Fighting -55kg.
Iranian athlete have previously won gold medals, as follow:
Men’s 60m: Hassan Taftian
Ju-jitsu: Masoud Jalilvand
Men's Team Sprint
Men's Snooker Team
Taekwondo: Mahdi Eshaghi (Men’s -54kg), Mahdi Jalali (Men’s -74kg), Soroush Ahmadi (Men's -63kg), Saeid Rajabi (Men's -87kg), Erfan Nazemi (Men's -80kg) and Parisa Javadi Kouchaksaraei (Women's -62kg)
Kurash: Behzad Vahdani (Men's -60kg)
Belt Wrestling: Ahmad Mirzapour (Men's Pahlavani +90kg), Mohammad Naderi (Men's Pahlavani -70kg), Arash Mohebi (Men's Pahlavani -90kg), Zahra Yazdani (Women's Alysh Classic -55kg)
Muaythai: Ali Zarinfar (Men's -60kg), Keivan Soleymani (Men's -75kg), Majid Hashembeigi (Men's -81kg), Marjan Salahshouri (Women's Individual Poomsae)
Weightlifting: Sohrab Moradi (Men’s 94kg)
The 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games kicked off in Turkmenistan’s capital last Saturday.
More than 6,000 athletes and team officials are representing 65 countries in the games.