(VOV) - Fifty medals have been awarded to the winners of the National Wrestling Championships, which ended in the northern province of Thai Nguyen on October 16.
Hanoi came out on top in the men’s freestyle category with three gold, two silver and two bronze medals, followed by Bac Ninh earning two golds, one silver and one bronze, and the Army with one gold, one silver and five bronzes.
Hanoi also came first in the women’s freestyle events, securing three golds, one silver and three bronzes. Second place went to Ha Nam with one gold, one silver and three bronze medals, while Hue ended up in third with one gold, one silver and two bronzes.
In the Greco-Roman category, the Army team took the lead, clinching four golds, one silver and three bronzes. Hanoi ranked second with two golds, three silvers and one bronze and Bac Ninh came in third with single gold and bronze medals.
The six-day competition that attracted 200 wrestlers from 19 provinces across the country offered a good chance for the national team to select new young athletes to represent Vietnam in future regional and international events.