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The European Championships among juniors and youth finished. ()

On the second day, young athletes fought more carefully, the number of protests and injuries was reduced to a minimum. In some categories, the favorites, based on the results of the struggle on their left hand, lost their positions.

So, we watched the fierce struggle in the final of the category of 50 kg among juniors between Giorgi Adamadze and Davit Hambaryan. On the left hand these athletes did not perform, but showed their entire arsenal in the fight on the right. The Georgian athlete provoked a rematch, where they fought in the straps and the referee grip. The victory was won by Adamadze.

In the category of 60 kg among the juniors, Nodar Tsikhelashvili, who reached the final with defeat, also managed to win in the final fight, but he did not prove his superiority in the super-final. As a result, the Georgian has two silver medals.

The final fight of the girls-18 in the category +80 kg was intense, where yesterday's favorite Barbora Bajciova from Slovakia and the Russian Milena Doguzova met. It was more likely a fight of character, because of the fouls in the referee's grip Barbora received one defeat. But in the superfinal she calm down and take the second gold.

Among junior boys under 21 from 9 categories 6 gold medals went to Georgian athletes. In general, several gold medalists made a golden double, for example, Elin Janeheim (18 kg, 60 kg), Adelya Fazdalova (18 kg, 65 kg), Barbora Bajciova, Sarmat Digurov (18-18 kg boys), Baeva Milana -21, 60 kg), Mihaela Lazari (girls-21, 65 kg), and others.

In the team score for the sum of medals in the categories of juniors and youth, the seats were distributed as follows:

- among girls:

1. Turkey;

2. Russia;

3. Slovakia,

- among boys:

1. Georgia;

2. Russia;

3. Turkey.

Today the struggle continues in all categories of masters, as well as the disabled on the left hand. Follow the news!

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