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Latvian-Greek-Roman wrestler Alexander Jurkjans lost in the first round of the Under-23 World Championship on Wednesday in Bucharest.
In the heavy category of up to 67 kilograms, the Jurisdiction was convincing with 0: 8 conceding to Lithuania's Christopher Sleivam.
On Tuesday, Jurjani had lost 2:10 in Egypt spokesman Mohamed Elsayed in the eighth final first round, which then crossed to the final, which allowed Latvian wrestlers to enter the tournament of revenge.
To be in bronze, Jurkjan will be happy to win three matches.
In turn, other Greco-Roman wrestlers Nikita Masjuk, weighing up to 72 kilograms, was in one win, but later in the eighth final, suffered losses without being able to compete in the tournament revenge.
Freestyle wrestler Albert Yurchenko will compete in the U-23 world championship, which will compete with up to 74 kilograms. In this European U-23 Championship, he won bronze.