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Name AKHLAGHI Habibollah
NOC IRI - Iran Iran Date of Birth 03 AUG 1985
Residence Gender Male
Height 177 cm Weight 80 kg
Discipline Wrestling

Wrestling

BiographiesResult
Start Date Start Time Event Results
Win/Lose Result Code Class. Pts Tech. Pts Opponent
30 SEP 2014 20:10 Men's Greco-Roman 80 kg Gold Medal Win PP 3 : 1 5 : 1 JPN - Japan JPN TSURUMAKI Tsukasa
30 SEP 2014 Followed by Men's Greco-Roman 80 kg Semifinal Win ST 4 : 0 9 : 0 UZB - Uzbekistan UZB SALDADZE Besiki
30 SEP 2014 Followed by Men's Greco-Roman 80 kg Quarterfinal Win SP 4 : 1 9 : 1 QAT - Qatar QAT KHAN Jafar Khan M
Legend
Class. PtClassification PointsE2In both wrestlers have been disqual. Due to infringement of the rules
EVDisqualification from the whole competition due to infringement of the rules
EX3 cautions "0" due to error against the rules (For all the bout)PODecisoin by points - The loser without technical points
PPDecisoin by points - The loser with technical points
SPVictory by Technical Superiority with the loser scoring technical points
STGreat Superiority - A difference of 10 points - The loser without points
Tech. PtsTechnical PointsVAVictory by Withdrawal
VBVictory by InjuryVFVictory by Forfeit
VTVictory by Fall

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocation
Olympic Games
13Greco-Roman 84kg2012London, GBR
World Championships
3Greco-Roman 84kg2009Herning, DEN
7Greco-Roman 80kg2014Tashkent, UZB
26Greco-Roman 84kg2011Istanbul, TUR
Golden Grand Prix Final
1Greco-Roman 84kg2011Baku, AZE
Golden Grand Prix
1Greco-Roman 80kg2014Szombathely, HUN
Asian Championships
1Greco-Roman 84kg2012Gumi, KOR

Detailed Information

Biography
Occupation Teacher
Higher education Physical Education - University of Martyr Chamran, Ahvaz, IRI
Coach Naser Nourbakhsh [national] (isna.ir, 26 Jul 2014)
Additional Information Start of sporting career
He began wresting in 1996. (fila-official.com, 27 Apr 2012)

Ambitions
To win a medal at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. (irkoshti.ir, 10 Jan 2014)

General
RETURN TO WRESTLING
After finishing 13th at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, he quit wrestling for 18 months. "After the Olympics I did not plan to return to wrestling. I wanted to focus on my studies and my life, but I became so bothered by the Olympic disappointment that I decided to return to training once my studies became less demanding. I came back to make up for my failure in London and this is the beginning of my path to success at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro." (irkoshti.ir, 10 Jan 2014)