Iran claimed the men's freestyle team titles on the third day of the World Junior Wrestling Championships in Ufa ©Getty Images

Iran claimed the team title while the remaining finals concluded in the men’s freestyle competition on day three of the World Junior Wrestling Championships in Ufa, Russia.

Iran claimed gold in the men’s under-61 kilograms category when Rahman Mousa Amouzadkhalili of Iran defeated Ravinder Ravinder of India 9-3.

Bronze medals went to Fedor Baltuev of Russia who defeated Abulfaz Nasirov of Azerbaijan by technical superiority 14-3, and Alibeg Alibegov of Bahrain who overcame Levik Mikayelyan of Armenia on points 7-0.

In the under-74kg category gold went to Keegan Daniel O’Toole of the United States who overcame Nurdaulet Kuanyshbay of Kazakhstan by technical superiority 11-0.

The bronze medals went to India’s Yash Yash who beat Stambul Zhanybek Uulu of Kyrgyzstan 12-6 and Azerbaijan’s Turan Bayramov who overcame Idar Khatanov of Russia 2-1.

Iran claimed a second gold of the day in the under-86kg category after Amirhossein Biglar Firouzpourbandpei overcame Rakhim Magamadov of France by technical superiority 10-0.

Bronze medals went to Russia’s Islam Kartoev who overcame Daviti Koguashvili of Georgia 9-6, and to Sagadulla Agaev of Azerbaijan, who beat Emre Ciftci of Turkey in a contest that ended 3-3.

The under-92kg category saw gold go to Rocky Joseph Elam of the United States who won 4-2 against Mahdi Moharamali Hajiloueianmorafah of Iran, as the nation claimed another silver.

Bronze medals went to Pruthviraj Babasaheb Patil of India who defeated Ivan Kirillov of Russia 2-1, and Nicolaas Johannes Steyn De Lange of South Africa who beat Muhammed Gimri of Turkey 8-6.

Iran earned a third gold of the day in the under-125kg category through Ali Mohammadebrahim Akbarpourkhordouni who was awarded victory after his contest with Lyova Gevorgyan of Armenia ended 4-4.

Bronze medals went to Kumar Anirudh of India who beat Aydin Ahmadov of Azerbaijan 7-2, and Russia’s Andrei Bestaev who overcame Wyatt Avery Hendrickson of the United States 7-3.

Iran finished with the men’s freestyle junior world team title after collecting a haul of five gold medals, one silver and one bronze, accumulating 178 points in the process.

The first medals are set to be handed out in women’s wrestling tomorrow, with titles up for grabs in the under-50, under-55, under-59, under-68 and under-76 kilograms categories at the Ufa Arena.