SOFIA, Bulgaria – The United States closed out the final day of the Dan Kolov/Nikola Petrov International on Sunday with three medals, including its first gold medal of the weekend.

2016 Olympic champion and three-time World champion Kyle Snyder finished off a gold-medal performance with a 12-1 technical fall over Juhan Seo of Korea in the finals at 97 kg in men’s freestyle. Snyder won all four of his bouts by technical fall, outscoring the opponents, 37-5. Snyder was named Outstanding Wrestler in the freestyle division.

Claiming a bronze medal in men’s freestyle was Ty Walz, who stopped Rahid Hamidli of Azerbaijan, 3-1 in the bronze-medal bout.

At Sofia, Bulgaria, March 5

TMWC Men’s Freestyle results

97kg: Kyle Snyder (TMWC/NLWC), GOLD MEDAL
WIN Daniil Pidlypenets (Ukraine), tech. fall 10-0
WIN Juha Rusila (Denmark), tech fall 10-0
WIN Danyal Sharatinia (Iran), tech. fall 14-4
WIN Juhwan Seo (Korea), tech. fall 12-1

WIN Johannes Ludescher (Austria), 8-0
WIN Giga Shavadze (Georgia), 6-0
LOSS Giorgi Meshvildishvili (Georgia), tech fall 11-0
WIN Rahid Hamidli (Azerbaijan), 3-1

Original article by By Gary Abbott, USA Wrestling:

Other TMWC Freestyle Results

61kg: Gilman: DNP: lost in quarters: 1-1
61kg: Tomasello: DNP: 0-1
65kg: McKenna: bronze
79kg: Slatzka: silver
79kg: Kemerer: DNP: lost in quarters: 1-1
97kg: Morgan: DNP
55kg: Hedrick: bronze
62kg: Rogers: bronze