Russian athletes who won medals on Sunday at the European Games in Baku can be seen showing them off during a ceremony to a delighted Russian crowd. Russia picked up two golds and two bronzes on Sunday, taking their overall tally to seven medals (five golds, two bronzes) and putting them second behind host nation Azerbaijan in the overall medal table. Greco-Roman wrestler Davit Chakvetadze picked up gold in the 85kg class, defeating Ukrainian Zhan Beleniuk 3:1. Chakvetadze praised the strength of his opponent following the bout, but could not hide his delight in his first major, international success. Greco-Roman wrestler Artem Surkov took home the top prize in the 66kg class final, battering Armenian Migran Arutyunyan 3:0. Having lost against the same opponent some years ago, Surkov told reporters that he felt his performance meant he deserved his 'revenge.' Greco-Roman wrestler Genghis Labazanov secured a bronze medal in the 75kg class, winning 3:1 against his Georgian counterpart Zurabi Datunashvili. Kumite class Karate athlete Ivanna Zaitseva, a 21-year-old hailing from Ufa, also won a bronze for her country in the 68kg category. In a close encounter, the judges agreed that she was deserving of her 2:1 victory over Sweden's Hana Antunovic.
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