Rio Olympics 2016: Davor Stefanek wins 66kg Greco-Roman wrestling gold

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Rio 2016 Olympics: Greco-Roman wrestler throws tantrum after final defeat

Serbia's Davor Stefanek won gold in the Olympic men's 66kg Greco-Roman wrestling, beating Armenia's Migran Arutyunyan in the final.

Stefanek, 30, won 3-1 in the final to secure his country's first medal of the Rio Olympics.

It was his first Olympic medal, after gold in the 2014 World Championships, and bronze a year later.

Georgia's Shmagi Bolkvadze and Azerbaijan's Rasul Chunayev both won bronzes.

Davor Stefanek
Davor Stefanek celebrated with a somersault after winning gold

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