Aydın İbrahimov

Biographical information

Medals OG
Gold 0
Silver 0
Bronze 1
Total 1
RolesCompeted in Olympic Games
Full nameAydın•İbrahimov
Used nameAydın•İbrahimov
Other namesAydyn Ali-ogly Ibragimov, Айдын Али-оглы Ибрагимов
Born17 September 1938 in Gəncə (AZE)
DiedSeptember 2021 in Bakı (AZE)
Measurements163 cm / 60 kg
AffiliationsUrozhay Makhachkala
NOC Soviet Union
Nationality Azerbaijan


Aydin İbrahimov was the second Azerbaijani freestyle bantamweight, after Rəşid Məmmədbəyov, to win an Olympic medal. İbrahimov rose to prominence at the 1960 Soviet Championships, where he won a bronze medal, and first competed internationally at the 1963 World Championships, where he won gold. İbrahimov was expected to repeat that victory at the 1964 Olympics, but losses to Yojiro Uetake and Hüseyin Akbaŝ in the final round left him with a bronze medal. İbrahimov last competed internationally at the 1966 European Championships, where he won gold. Domestically, in addition to his 1960 bronze, İbrahimov won the Soviet freestyle bantamweight title in 1964, silver in 1963 and bronze in 1967. After finishing his sporting career, İbrahimov worked as a wrestling coach in his native Azerbaijan.


Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal Nationality As
1964 Summer Olympics Wrestling URS AZE Aydın İbrahimov
Bantamweight, Freestyle, Men (Olympic) 3 Bronze

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