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Farid Mansurov

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Subject: Wrestling at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Men's Greco-Roman 66 kg, List of World and Olympic Champions in Greco-Roman wrestling, Azerbaijan at the 2008 Summer Olympics, Azerbaijan at the 2004 Summer Olympics, Wrestling at the 2008 Summer Olympics – Men's Greco-Roman 66 kg
Collection: 1982 Births, Azerbaijani Sport Wrestlers, Georgian Azerbaijanis, Living People, Medalists at the 2004 Summer Olympics, Olympic Gold Medalists for Azerbaijan, Olympic Medalists in Wrestling, Olympic Wrestlers of Azerbaijan, People from Dmanisi, Wrestlers at the 2004 Summer Olympics, Wrestlers at the 2008 Summer Olympics
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Farid Mansurov

Farid Mansurov

Medal record
Men's Greco-Roman Wrestling
Competitor for  Azerbaijan
Olympic Games
2004 Athens 66 kg
World Championships
2002 Teheran 66 kg
2007 Baku 66 kg
2009 Herning 66 kg

Farid Mansurov (Azerbaijani wrestler who won a gold medal at the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Greco-Roman wrestling.

He retired in 2010, after conceding jaw injury during 2010 European Wrestling Championship.[1] In 2010—2011, he coached the Azerbaijani national wrestling team.


  1. ^ Фарид Мансуров завершил карьеру (Russian)

External links

  • profile
Olympic Games
Preceded by
Nizami Pashayev
Flagbearer for  Azerbaijan
Beijing 2008
Succeeded by
Elnur Mammadli

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