Mon Jul 3, 2017 08:37AM
Iranian Greco-Roman wrestler Keramat Abdevali poses for a photograph during the 31st edition of the International Tournament "Ljubomir Ivanovic - Gedza" in Kragujevac, Serbia, on July 2, 2017.
Iranian Greco-Roman wrestler Keramat Abdevali poses for a photograph during the 31st edition of the International Tournament "Ljubomir Ivanovic - Gedza" in Kragujevac, Serbia, on July 2, 2017.

Iranian Greco-Roman wrestlers have exhibited satisfactory displays of physical might and grappling techniques at the 31st edition of the International Tournament "Ljubomir Ivanovic - Gedza" in Serbia, and collected three medals, including one gold.

On Sunday and the final day of the sporting event at the Kragujevac Sports Hall in the central Serbian city of Kragujevac, Iranian wrestler Keramat Abdevali overcame his Hungarian opponent 4-1 in the final bout of the 66-kilogram weight category, and collected the gold medal.

Mohammad Shorbiniazi lost to a representative from the host nation in the final contest, and was awarded the silver medal.

Earlier in the tournament, Amin Mirzazadeh had picked up a bronze medal in the 130-kilogram weight class.

The 31st edition the International Tournament "Ljubomir Ivanovic - Gedza" opened in Kragujevac, Serbia, on June 30 and finished on July 2, 2017.