Mongolian worstelcoaches suspended for stripping in Play
Two worstelcoaches from Mongolia have a hefty punishment because they are at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro their clothes to war in protest against a decision of the jury.
Tserenbaatar Tsogbayar and Byambarinchen Bayaraa by the international worstelbond to August 2019 suspended for all international competitions.
In addition, the national union of Mongolia, a fine of 50,000 Swiss francs (nearly 46,000 euro) pay.
Tsogbayar and Bayaraa were after the battle for the bronze of their pupil Mandakhnaran Ganzorig against the Uzbek Ikhtiyor Navruzov so angry on the jury, that they posed to their underpants.
Irate coaches strip in worstelring
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Ganzorig had a lead of 7-6, when he was in the last eighteen seconds of the fight in the class up to 65 kilograms provocative wegdanste at his opponent.
When the time came, it was the Mongolian wrestler by the ring worn by his cheering coaches. The jury gave him afterwards, however, a punishment for passivity, making the Navruzov the bronze medal.