London Olympic 2012: Men's Freestyle Wrestling 60kg, 84kg and 120kg Live Results

May 15, 2012; Dallas, TX, USA; Team USA men's wrestler Jake Herbert during a portrait session at the 2012 Team USA Media Summit at the Hilton Anatole. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-US PRESSWIRE

As part of its coverage of the combat sports of the 2012 Olympics, Bloody Elbow will be bringing you live results during every day of wrestling competition.

Wrestling will start each day at 8:00 AM est, medal finals will take place at 12:45.

Wrestling's three disciplines will be contested over the next week. Greco will come first, then women's, and finally, the main event, men's freestyle will be held starting on next Friday.

Today, the second day of men's freestyle competition, brings us the 60kg, 84kg, and 120kg weight classes.

brackets are here


After the jump, Mike Riordan brings you the results from today's wrestling.

Welcome to today's wrestling results page

The American's featured in today's freestyle tournament are:

60kg: Coleman Scott, Oklahoma State University-4 time NCAA All-American, NCAA National Champion, Gold Medalist in the 2012 World Cup

84kg: Jake Herbert, Northwestern University-4 time NCAA All-American, 3 time NCAA finalist, 2 time NCAA National Champion, World Silver Medalist in the Freestyle Wrestling World Championships in 2009

120kg: Tervel Dlagnev, University of Nebraska Kearney (The Lopers, yes, them. I don't recall Tervel's freshman year results in college so he might be a 4 or 3 time All-American)- 3 time NCAA finalist, 2 time NCAA Champ, Bronze Medal in the 2009 Freestyle Wrestling World Championships, Fifth in the World last year, Gold Medal in the 2012 World Cup.

60kg Gold Medal Finals

ASGAROV Toghrul (AZE) vs KUDUKHOV Besik (RUS

Period 1: AZE draws first blood, goes up 1-0, AZE wins period

Period 2: AZE goes up, going behind and a beautiful belly to back throw, goes up 3-0. AZE piles on a push out. Kudukhov looks terrible, gives up another td,

Gold Medal, Asgarov, Azerbaijan

84kg Gold Medal Finals

ESPINAL J. (PUR) vs SHARIFOV Sharif (AZE)

Period 1: Holy Hell! WTF is Jaime Espinal doing in an Olympic gold medal match? He has been wrestling out of his mind today.AZE gets hip to hip, gets a leg, goes behind, then gut and gut to go up 5-0, Espinal reverses for 1. AZE wins period 6-1

Period 2: AZE with the TD. slips behind for another. AZE wins pretty easlit

Gold Medal, Sharif Shariov, Azerbaijan

120kg Gold Medal Finals

TAYMAZOV Artur (UZB) vs MODZMANASHVILI D. (GEO)

Period 1: Taymazov wins the first period by defending a leg clinch

Period 2: Taymazov now a three time Olympic Gold Medalist

60kg Bronze Medal Match1:

Yumoto (JPN) vs Scott (USA)

Period 1: Scott beat Yumoto earlier this year. No action in the first. The British announcer is totallly ignorant of wrestling. Ball draw, comes up red. Yumoto wins the first

Period 2: Reshot by Scott, gets exposure, 2-0 USA, challenge....JPN losses the challenge. USA wins period 3-0

Period 3: Take down JPN to go 1 up, but USA gets the takedown and a turn to win bronze!!!!

60kg Bronze Medal Match 2:

Dutt, India vs The guy from North Korea

Period 1: Let's see if Dutt can build on a great match last round. N Korea wins the period by pushout 1-0

Period 2: Dutt horses over a barnyard underhook throw for a td, that will be enough to win the period for India

Period 3: Wow, Dutt is a nut(lulz). Dutt TECHS THE PERIOD win a takedown around the back and leglaces. Wacky stuff

India with a surprise Bronze medal

84kg Bronze Medal Match 1

MARSAGISHVILI Dato (GEO) vs GATTSIEV Soslan (BLR)

Period 1: GEO wins the period, earning exposure on a high-gut-ish type of move. GEO wins 3-0

Period 2: GEO with the td, secures a leglace and steps up with it, earning exposure, but looking for the pin, seems to expose several times but only gets credit for one, GEO up 3-0. BLR answers with a TD to close the gap to 3-1 GEO. Not enough GEO wins

Branze medal Maragishvili, Georgia

84 kg Bronze Medal Match 2

Ehsan Lashgari, Iran vs. Rahim Bolukbasi, Turkey

Period 1: TUR in on high c, Gets sprawled out, stalemate. Iran with a TD, didn't see what he did. 1-0 Iran. Iran in on his own high c (Iran loves these. 2-0 Iran. Turkey hits a wld throw from double overs. Gets awarded a takedown and that's it, but wait, he gets another TD, tied 2-2. Iran wins the period by scoring on an inside step single leading with the outside arm.

Period 2: iran scores a quick pushout followed by a shot finished with a double, then another doubled off shot, up 3-0. Start warming up the bus for Turkey. Great tournament for Lashgari

Bronze, Iran, Lasgari

120kg Bronze Medal Match 1:

Tervel Dlagnev vs. Ghasemi, Iran

Period 1: Tervel in on an ankle, stays on his knees, gets rolled through. IRAN is in on another shot, Tervel attempts a throw, they give 2 to Iran and no points to USA. I don't understand. Iran wins the period 4-0

Period 2: Goes to a ball draw, Tervel gets his ball pulled, THNK GOD. Tervel cracks him down to win the period

Period 3: Tervel trying the same thing over and over, not getting it, gets out of position, gets pushed out, blows his shot at a medal

120 Bronze Medal match 2:

Makhov, Russia vs Shabanjay, KAZ

Period 1: Makhov is wrecking stuff, wins 5-0

Period 2: Makhov has one of his mental lapses, gives up a TD, On the edge, Makhov is attempting a pushout with a bear hug, gets thrown from over unders. KAZ up 2-0. Kaz gets another pushout. Wins period 3-0

Period 3: Makhov back to beast mode, wins this period going away

Bronze medal, Makhov, Russia

60kg Semis

SCOTT C. (USA) vs. ASGAROV Toghrul (AZE)

RI Jong Myong (PRK) vs KUDUKHOV Besik (RUS

84kg Semis

ESPINAL J. (PUR) vs SHARIFOV Sharif (AZE) /LASHGARI E. (IRI)

120kg Semis

DLAGNEV T. (USA) vs.TAYMAZOV Artur (UZB)

MODZMANASHVILI D. (GEO) vs MAKHOV Bilyal (RUS)

60kg quarters

SCOTT C. (USA) vs ZARKUA Malkhaz (GEO)

Scott wins

YUMOTO Kenichi (JPN) vs. ASGAROV Toghrul (AZE)

IBRAHIM H. (EGY) vs RI Jong Myong (PRK)

ESMAEILPOORJOUYBARI M. (IRI) vs KUDUKHOV Besik (RUS

84kg quarters

ESPINAL J. (PUR) vs MARSAGISHVILI Dato (GEO)

GATTSIEV Soslan (BLR) vs ZVIRBULIS Armands (LAT)

HERBERT Jacob John (USA) vs SHARIFOV Sharif (AZE)

URISHEV Anzor (RUS) vs LASHGARI E. (IRI)

120 quarters

DLAGNEV T. (USA) vs.SHEMAROV Alexei (BLR)

TAYMAZOV Artur (UZB) vs BHULLAR Arjan (CAN)

MODZMANASHVILI D. (GEO) vs SHABANBAY Daulet (KAZ)

NDIAYE Malal (SEN) vs JARGALSAIKHAN C. (MGL) vs MAKHOV Bilyal (RUS)

60kg Rd of 16

LEE Seung-Chul (KOR) vs SCOTT C. (USA)

Scott wins

ZARKUA Malkhaz (GEO) vs FEDORYSHYN Vasyl (UKR)

Zarkua, shockingly, dominates

BONNE RODRIGUEZ Y. (CUB) vs YUMOTO Kenichi (JPN)

JPN wins

ASGAROV Toghrul (AZE) vs SCHLEICHER Tim (GER)

Asgarov wins

IBRAHIM H. (EGY) vs PAIS Didier (FRA)

TARASH Farshad (AUS) vs RI Jong Myong (PRK)

ZHUMAGAZYYEV D. (KAZ) vs ESMAEILPOORJOUYBARI M. (IRI)

GUIDEA A. (BUL)/ DUTT Yogeshwar (IND) vs KUDUKHOV Besik (RUS

84kg rd of 16

DICK Andrew Adibo (NGR) vs ESPINAL J. (PUR)

ORGODOL Uitumen (MGL) vs MARSAGISHVILI Dato (GEO)

LOUAFI M. (ALG) vs GATTSIEV Soslan (BLR)

DIAZ ROBERTTI J. (VEN) vs ZVIRBULIS Armands (LAT)

ARENCIBIA MARTINEZ H. (CUB) vs HERBERT Jacob John (USA)

BOLUKBASI Ibrahim (TUR) vs SHARIFOV Sharif (AZE)

URISHEV Anzor (RUS) vs ALDATOV Ibragim (UKR)

LASHGARI E. (IRI)/ BAIDUASHOV Yermek (KAZ) vs ABDUSALOMOV Yusup (TJK)/ NURMAGOMEDOV G. (ARM

120kg rd of 16

DLAGNEV T. (USA) vs SHABAN E. (EGY)

USA wins

SHEMAROV Alexei (BLR) vs LIGETI Daniel (HUN)

BLR wins

MATUHIN Nick (GER) vs TAYMAZOV Artur (UZB)

UZB wins

GHASEMI K. (IRI)vs BHULLAR Arjan (CAN)

IRI wins

MODZMANASHVILI D. (GEO) vs RUIZ FLORES J. (MEX)

GEO wins

CHINTOAN R. (ROU) vs SHABANBAY Daulet (KAZ)

KAZ wins

NDIAYE Malal (SEN) vs JARGALSAIKHAN C. (MGL)

KHOTSIANIVSKYI O. (UKR)/ AKGUL Taha (TUR) vs MAKHOV Bilyal (RUS)/ MAGOMEDOV J. (AZ

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