ATHLETICS: BRONZE FOR TURKEY
In men's 4x400m relay, the Turkish team of Şükrü Çetinkaya, Hasan Baydaş and Hüseyin Baydaş won the bronze medal. The gold medal went to the Russian team of Artur Abdrakhmanov, Konstanti Grebenshchikov, Victor Oblomkov and Anton Sharapo. The silver medal went to Ukraine.

In women's 4x100 relay, the Russian team of Alena Filushkina, Oxana Klimova, Marina Grishina and Ksenia Golovina broke the world record with a time of 47.05 and won the gold medal. Ukraine won the silver and Belarus won the bronze.

In women's 4x400m relay, the Russian team of Victoria Chernisheva, Iuliia Abubiakirova, Ekaterina Kudriavtseva and Asya Khaladzhan broke the world record with a time of 3:48.14 and won the gold medal. Ukraine won the silver and Belarus won the bronze.

In women's marathon, the world record holder Nele-Alder Baerens broke the Games record with a time of 2:51.19 and won the gold medal. Ukrainian Mariia Svynobii won the silver and Korean Sang Oh won the bronze.

In women's discus throw, Czech Lenka Matouska won the gold medal with 47.95, breaking the Games record. Lithuanian Larisa Voroneckaja won the silver and Russian Elizaveta Kashcavtseva won the bronze.

In men's marathon, all three medals were won by Kenyans: Daniel Kiptum, Peter Wareng and David Muriuki won the gold, silver and bronze respectively. 2015 European Champion, 38-year-old Önder Karakülah finished the last race of his career 6th.

In women's high jump, Russian Kristina Karapetyan won the gold with 1.74m. American Carly Timpson won the silver and Estonian Marja Liisa-Landar won the bronze.

In women's 5000m, Russian Diana Solodova won the gold. Ukrainian Anastasiia Sydorenko won the silver. Kenyan Hannah Wakonyo won the bronze.

In men's 4x100 relay, the Japanese team of Hiroki Saegusa, Maki Yamada, Akihisa Shitara and Takuma Sasaki won the gold medal with a time of 41.66. Ukraine won the silver and China won the bronze.

In men's 5000m, Kenyans won all medals. World record holder and last champion Symon Cherono won the gold. Michael Letting and Daniel Kiptum won the silver and bronze respectively.


BASKETBALL: LITHUANIA AND GREECE ARE THE CHAMPIONS
In men's basketball, Lithuania defeated Venezuela 70-64 and became the champions. In the 3rd place match, Ukraine defeated Greece 63-57 and won the bronze medal. In women's basketball, Greece defeated Lithuania 67-50 and became the champions. Italy defeated Ukraine with a score of 53-52 in the 3rd place match and won the bronze medal.


BOWLING: MASTERS' WINNERS DETERMINED
In men's masters, Korean Youngchun Seo defeated his compatriot Seongjo An and won the gold medal. French Ludovic Bartout and Russian Artem Akopyan won the bronze medal. Turkish bowler Önder Başak was eliminated by Ukrainian Vladyslav Ialovega in the round of 32.

In women's, Singaporean Adelia Naomi Yokoyama defeated Korean Jieun Kim and won the gold medal. Another Singaporean Hwee Kimberly Quek and Czech Katerina Janoscova won the bronze.


FOOTBALL: RUSSIA BECOME WOMEN'S CHAMPIONS
In the women's football final, Russia-Poland drew 2-2 in normal time. Russia won 4-2 in penalties and became the champions.

In men's 3rd place match, Egypt won 2-1 against Italy and won the bronze medal.


ORIENTEERING: LAST MEDALS HANDED OUT
The orienteering games ended with the relay races. In the women's relay race, the Russian team of Mariia Makarova, Marina Rosink and Antonina Naidionova won the gold medal. Ukraine won the silver and Lithuania won the bronze. The Turkish team of Sevda Aktaş, Huriye Karahan and Kadriye Demirci couldn't complete the race.

In men's relay race, the Russian team of Pavel Novikov, Vladimir Grinin and Viktor Dinges won the gold. Ukraine won the silver and Lithuania won the bronze. The Turkish team of Yusuf Emre Aydoğdu, Hakan Kayan and Emrah Eren couldn't complete the race.


BEACH VOLLEYBALL: UKRAINE WINS TWO IN TWO
In men's beach volleyball, two Ukrainian pairs met in the final. Mykola Tsapkaleno/Anton Koshkarov defeated Dmytro Donchenko/Serhii Tarasov 2-0 and won the gold. In the bronze match, two Russian pairs met. Rushan Dayanov/Maxim Selyutin defeated Evgeny Kirillov/Ruslan Afanasyev with a score of 2-0.

In women's beach volleyball, the Ukrainian pair Anna Zatylkina/Raisa Rylova defeated the Lithuanians Birute Aleknaviciute/Ingrida Milkintaite with a score of 2-0 in the final. The bronze medal went to the Ukrainians Yuliia Iaroshevska/Yuliia Chernenko,, who defeated the Russians Elizaveta Alexeeva/Elena Kharcevnikova with a score of 2-0.


TAEKWONDO: ONE GOLD, ONE SILVER TO TURKEY
In women's +67kg, TSYD (Turkish Sports Writers' Association) athlete Selver Şeker defeated Mouna Shiritazehgheslagh in the final, winning the gold medal and defending her title. Chinese Xiaohong Xu and Kazakh Valentina Antonenko won the bronze medals.

In men's 68kg final, Turkish athlete Muhammed Güler was defeated by Russian Aleksei Zastrozhin and won the silver medal. Kyrgyz Azamat Mavlanov and Iranian Behzad Amiri won the bronze medals.

In the women's 67kg final, Iranian Noseybeh Shahbazi defeated the Croatian Sara Rajcevic and won the gold medal. Turkish athlete Yıldız Bekil lost to Shahbazi in the semi-finals and to Greek Maria Fouledaki in the bronze match, failing to earn a medal. The other bronze medal went to Russian Ekaterina Polukhina.

In men's 58kg, Kazakh Ayan Abdrash defeated Ukrainian Vadym Boiaryn and won the gold. Turkish athlete Ahmet Hakan Tuna lost to Boiaryn in the semi-final and to Russian Kazbek Latipov in the bronze match. The other bronze medal went to Greek Pavlos Liotsos.

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