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RIO DE JANEIRO, August 16. /TASS/. Russian Greco-Roman wrestler Sergey Semyonov has won bronze in the men’s 130 kg Olympic event in Rio.
Semyonov, 21, defeated Heiki Nabi of Estonia 6-0 in the third place fight.
This medal is the third for the Russian team in Greco-Roman wrestling at the 2016 Olympic Summer Games. Earlier Roman Vlasov and Davit Chakvetadze won gold in Greco-Roman wrestling in 75 kg and 85 kg divisions, respectively.
The Greco-Roman wrestling event in Rio will finish on August 17.