Estonian wrestler Nabi nabs silver at World Championships
Estonian wrestler Heiki Nabi won the silver medal in men's Greco-roman wrestling in the up to 130 kg class at the World Wrestling Championships in Paris. With the victory, Nabi also secured his sixth title competition medal. In the final, Nabi faced Turk Riza Kayaalp, two-time world champion and six-time European champion, who also has a bronze medal from the Olympic Games in London and a silver from the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. As Nabi himself is currently a two-time world champion, winning in 2006 in the up to 96 kg class and in 2013 in the up to 130 kg class, the winner of the final will in any case become a three-time world champion. Nabi lost to Kayaalp 1-2.