Georgia won two golds in Greco-Roman on day six of the World Cadet Wrestling Championships ©Getty Images

Georgia and Russia both won two gold medals in the Greco-Roman category on the sixth day of the World Cadet Wrestling Championships in Budapest.

Iuka Javakhadze of Georgia claimed gold in the men's under-48-kilogram category with a victory over Turkish wrestler Servet Angi in the final.

Yussuf Ashrapov of Kazakhstan defeated Russian Pavel Borisovitch Bondar for bronze, while Faraim Mustafayev of Azerbaijan won against American wrestler Otto Elliot Black for the other bronze.

Georgia's Achiko Bolkvadze won the second gold for his country with a victory over Kamaludin Magomedov of Russia in the men's under-80kg.

Ukraine's Ivan Tsybanev and Azerbaijan's Joju Samadov defeated Sweden's Hamza Sertcanli and Beibit Korganov of Kazakhstan respectively for the bronzes.

Russia's first gold came in the men's under-55kg after Valerii Mangutov got the better of American Cory Daniel Land in the final.

Tamazi Glonti of Georgia defeated Indian Rupin and Berati Inac of Turkey won against Zhantoro Mirzaliev of Kyrgyzstan for the bronze medals.

The second was won by Daniil Chasovnikov in the men's under-110kg final, following a victory over German Nikita Ovsjanikov.

Bronze medals were won by Greek wrestler Rafail Gkirnis and Czech Republic's Artur Sarkisjan, following victories over Artur Boichuk of Ukraine and James Anthony Mullen III of the United States.

Imed Khudzhadze of Ukraine won the other gold medal today in the men's under-65kg final, defeating Anri Putkaradze of Georgia.

Ankit Gulia of India won against Tair Amangeldi of Kazakhstan for the bronze, and was joined in third by Nihat Kara of Turkey, who defeated Swedish wrestler Karl Edvin Hugo Baff.