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Iran Claims Two More Gold Medals at Karate 1 - Premier League Moscow - Sports news

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Iran Claims Two More Gold Medals at Karate 1 - Premier League Moscow - Sports news

Rozita Alipour defeated Canadian Haya Jumaa 1-0 in the women’s under-61kg final and seized a gold medal.

Zabihollah Poorshab also beat Japanese Ryutaro Araga in the men's under-84kg final to win a gold medal.

Sajad Ganjzadeh (+84) won a silver medal after being defeated by Georgian Gogita Arkania 7-3 in the final match.

Earlier on the day, Sara Bahmanyar snatched a gold medal in the women’s under-50kg by beating Shara Hubrich from Germany 1-0 in the final match.

Bahman Asgari also won a bronze medal in the men’s under-75kg after defeating Rodrigo Ibanez from Spain 3-1.

The competition brought nearly 700 competitors from 85 countries together in Moscow, Russia.

The Karate 1 - Premier League Moscow started on Friday and finished on Sunday.

 

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