Final World Team Standings

Final World Team Standings
Willie Saylor, Editor


Final Men's Freestyle Team Standings
       
1   IRAN R.I. 46  
2   RUSSIE 44  
3   GEORGIE 29  
4   UKRAINE 27  
5   UNITED STATES 25  
6   INDIA 23  
7   CUBA 19  
8   MONGOLIE 19  
9   ARMENIE 18  
10   TURQUIE 18  
11   AZERBAIDJAN 15  
12   BELARUS 15

Women's Freestyle Final Team Standings
       
1   JAPON 48  
2   MONGOLIE 47  
3   UNITED STATES 37  
4   CHINE 34  
5   UKRAINE 29  
6   RUSSIE 24  
7   CANADA 21  
8   HONGRIE 18  
9   BULGARIE 15  
10   KAZAKHSTAN 12  
11   COREE RDP 11  
12   AZERBAIDJAN 10  
13   POLOGNE
10

Final Greco Roman Team Standings
       
1   RUSSIE 43  
2   COREE 37  
3   HONGRIE 31  
4   IRAN R.I. 29  
5   ARMENIE 28  
6   AZERBAIDJAN 27  
7   KAZAKHSTAN 21  
8   TURQUIE 19  
9   FINLANDE 15  
10   UNITED STATES 13




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