SHOOTING: WORLD RECORD AND GOLD FROM SOUTH KOREA
Korean Kim Taeyoung won the gold in men's 25m pistol. The Korean shooter broke the world record with the 569 points he received in the qualifiers. Turkish athlete İlyas Kavalcı became the 10th and İsmail Yakıcı became the 11th in the qualifiers, not being able to compete in the finals.

BADMINTON: CHINA GETS THE GOLD IN MIXED DOUBLES
In the mixed doubles competition, China beat Russia 3-2 and became the champions. The bronze went to Chinese Taipei, who beat South Korea 3-2.

BASKETBALL: FIRST VICTORY FROM TURKISH TEAM
In men's basketball, where the third group matches have been played, Turkey won 79-48 against Chinese Taipei. In the same group Lithuania defeated Poland 97-67 and Venezuela defeated Greece 64-61. In Group B Australia slammed Kenya 87-25 and Ukraine beat Slovenia with a score of 60-57. In the last match of the group, Russia defeated Argentina 98-60.

In women's Group B, Italy won 65-52 against China and Lithuania won 54-35 versus Poland.

BOWLING: KOREA SWEEPING THE COMPETITION
In single women's bowling, South Korean Sunok Park defeated her compatriot Jieun Kim and became the Deaflympic champion. The South Koreans Seonkyeong Choi and Taisoon Kim got the bronze. The Turkish athletes ranked lower: Zehra Gülen 54th, Zeynep Canpolat 60th, Melek İman 64th, Burcu Koçyiğit 66th, Feride Korkmaz 67th and Şükriye Mutlusoy 70th. 

FOOTBALL: TURKEY TO LEAD THE GROUP
Turkish Men's Football Team, who had won 3-1 against Saudi Arabia in their first match, defeated Egypt 1-0 with Murat Şimşek's goal in the 40th minute in their second match. Turkey got a player sent off in the 2nd minute and Egypt followed suit in 16th; as a result, both teams completed the match with 10 players. After the match, Turkey guaranteed leading the group with 6 points. In the other match of the group, Saudi Arabia defeated Venezuela with a score of 6-0.

In Group B, Iran beat Nigeria 3-0 and Germany and France drew 0-0. In Group C, Japan and Argentina drew 2-2 and Ukraine-Italy drew 1-1. In Group D, South Korea managed to beat Brazil 2-0 and Russia clinched a 1-0 victory against Great Britain.

GOLF: MEHMET AND MUHAMMET IN TOP 16
After the first round in golf, Mehmet Yavuz (T12) and Muhammet Demir (15) managed to finish in top 16 in the men's competition. Erdem Kulanaoğlu ranked 19th. In the women's competition, İlknur Çavdar and Gülistan Öztünç ranked in the bottom two. In the men's competition the German golfer Allen John and in the women's, Indian golfer Dishka Dakar, who broke a field record, finished first in the 1st round.

GRECO-ROMAN WRESTLING: İLHAN THE CHAMPION FOR THE 5TH CONSECUTIVE TIME 
On the 4th day of the games, Turkey won 3 gold and 1 bronze medal in wrestling.

İlhan Çıtak, who was the champion in the 4 previous Deaflympics, defeated Russian Vladislav Tarasov in the 98 kg finals and got his 6th gold medal and 5th consecutive gold. Iranian Akbar Saberi and Ukranian Viktor Antypenko gained the bronze medal.

In 71 kg men's, Muhammed Akdeniz faced off Portuguese Hugo Miguel Passos, who he had previouslt faced and lost to in 2013. Muhammed became the gold medalist with the withdrawal of his opponent Passos due to injury. Armenia's Zhora Grigorian and Russian Andrey Lazukin became the owners of the bronze medal.

In 59 kg men's, Mehmet Ali Yiğit won the gold medal in the final by defeating his Russian opponent Kirill Chulkov. Giorgi Janelidze from Georgia amd Alireza Daneshvar from Iran earned the bronze medal.

In 80 kg men's, the last 74 kg Deaflympics champion Russian Eduard Shirazdanov won a gold medal in the final by defeating the Iranian wrestler Abouzar Rabiezadeh. Ahmet Talha Kaçur lost his opportunity to achieve the gold by losing to Eduard Shirazdanov. Ahmet Talha, who won the repesage game he had played, earned the bronze medal by defeating his Bulgarian opponent Hristo Georgiev Pavlov. Another bronze medalist was the Armenian Narek Nikoghosyan.

JUDO: MEHMET SILVER MEDALIST, SAMET AND AYŞE BRONZE
The Turkish athlete Mehmet Uysal, who got defeated by Rustem Akhmetov from Russia in the finals in men's +100 kg, earned the silver medal. The bronze medal was won by the Kyrgyz Ilgiz Uulu Kanalbek and the Ukrainian Anton Slushnyi.

Russian Jenny Chamyyan, who defeated Korean Eunmi Hong at the finals in women's 70 kg, received a gold medal. Ayşe Kesiktaş won the bronze medal. Ukrainian Maryna Pogorelova was the other athlete who won the bronze medal in this category.

In men's 100 kg, Russian Konstantin Popov earned the gold medal and the Mongolian Baasandorj Davaanyam won the silver. Samet Bulut was defeated by Popov in the quarter-finals but he won the repechage game and gained the right to contest for the bronze. Samet defeated Andreii Pogorelov and won the bronze medal. Iranian Mehrdad Seidi was the other name to earn the bronze medal.

Rinat Kadyrov won gold in men's 90kg final, defeating Korean Jungmu Yang. Bronze medals went to Brasilian Alexandre Soares Fernandes and French Arthur Repiquet. Mevlüt Akmaz defeated Kadyrov in the semi-finals. Mevlüt, who was defeated in Fernandes in the bronze medal match, couldn't reach the podium.

Russian Zaur Bedanokov earned the gold in men's 81 kg, defeating South Korean Minseok Kim in the finals. The bronze medal was earned by Mongolian Navaanjamis Bayanmunkh and French Cyril Jonard. The Turkish athlete Metin Tekin was defeated by Russian Zaur Bedanokov in the quarterfinals. After this defeat, Metin played a repechage game but lost to Iranian Hossein Allahkarimi.

In women's 63 kg, Ukrainian Kateyna Shepeliuk won the gold medal. Elizaveta Truschenko from Russia won the silver medal and Joana Paula Santos from Portugal received the bronze medal. The Turkish athlete Didem Erel failed to get on the podium.

Women's 78 kg was won by the Russian Zaira Ataeva. The silver medal went to Ukrainian Mariia Korniichuk and the bronze medal to Chimedlkham Myagmasuren. Münife Aydın from Turkey took the 5th place.

Natalia Drozdova became the champion in women's +78 kg. Polish Natala Brzykcy won the silver and the Ukrainian athlete Oksana Kravchenko earned the bronze medal. İpek Erçin from Turkey ranked 4th.

TABLE TENNIS: TWO VICTORES IN TWO GAMES FROM CHINA
In the men's doubles, China won 3-1 against Chinese Taipei and gained the gold medal. In the 9th-16th place games, the Turkish team lost to Bulgaria 3-0 but beat Hungary, playing a 13th place game against Poland and winning 3-0.

In women's doubles China again won the gold, this time by beating Ukraine 3-2. The Turkish team lost 3-0 to India. In the 9th place game, the Turkish team won 3-1 against Croatia.

ORIENTEERING: FIRST GOLDS TO RUSSIA
In the orienteering branch that started on the 21st of July, Russian Nikita Smirnov won the gold in men's sprint. Ukranian Nver Surenian ranked 2nd and Italian Luigi Lerose 3rd. Yusuf Emre Aydoğdu ranked 10th and Hakan Kayan ranked 13th. Ahmet Sallı couldn't complete the race.

In women's sprint, Russian Marina Makarova won the gold, followed by the Ukranian Hanna Fedosieieva and the Russian Antonina Naidionova. Sevda Aktaş ranked 12th and Kadriye Demirci ranked 15th. Nuriye Karahan couldn't complete the race in the required time.

BEACH VOLLEYBALL: TURKEY SUFFERS FOUR LOSSES
In beach volleyball, where the second group matches are being played, the Turkish pair Meltem Çal-İlayda Pay lost 0-2 to Ukranians Anna Zatylkina-Raisa Rylova in Group C. In Group D, the Turkish pair Ayşegül Yalnız-Damla Buğse Çelep lost to the Belarusians Sviatlana Pashkouskaya-Maryna Hres with a score of 0-2.

In men's Group E, Yasin Okatan-Resul Tekin lost 2-1 to Estonians Martin Sepp-Jaan-Sulev Opik. In Group B, Harun Metin-Emre Çiftçi lost 2-0 to the Japanese pair Norihiko Takemura-Hiroshi Amo.

TENNIS: TUTEM-ASUMAN PAIR IN SEMI-FINALS
In women's doubles quarter-finals, the Turkish duo Asuman Saki-Tutem Banguoğlu defeated the Chinese duo Li Cai-Dongling Yao with two 6/3 sets and reached the semi-finals. The other Turkish duo, Beste Mürşitoğlu-Berçem Kol lost in two 6/0 sets to the Indians Parul Gupta-Madhu Jaiswal and got eliminated.

In mixed doubles, in the round of 16, the Turkish pair Asuman Saki-Sercan Yeşilova beat the Russians Sergey Likharev-Angelina Anuchina with 6/4, 6/2 sets and reached the quarter-finals. Mahmut Can Aydın-Tutem Banguoğlu lost to the Italians Aaron Paolo Kuzbinski-Giulia Bassini 1/6, 6/7 and got eliminated. İsmail Hakkı Yılmaz / Berçem Kol lost 0/6, 0/6 to the Russians Iarosloav Revin-Anastasia Chumak and got eliminated. 

In men's doubles round of 16, Sercan Yeşilova-Mahmut Can Aydın lost to the Japanese pair Reiki Kajihita-Naoto Oyamatsu with sets of 1/6, 2/6 and got eliminated.

VOLLEYBALL: TWO VICTORIES FROM MEN, TWO LOSSES FROM WOMEN FOR TURKEY
The Turkish men's team beat Italy 3-2 in their second match in Group A. In the same group Japan beat Venezuela 3-2. In Group B Ukraine-USA and Iran-Poland both ended 3-0.

The Turkish women's team lost 3-0 to Japan in their second match in Group A. In the same group, Italy won 3-0 against Canada.

CYCLING ROAD: TWO VICTORIES FROM RUSSIA
In cycling road, Russian Dmitry Rozanov won the gold medal in men's individual time trial. Slovakian Adrian Babic won the silver and Russian Ivan Makarov won the bronze. The Turkish cyclers Ercümen Boran, Mustafa Önder Atik and Cuma Ekener ranked 22nd, 28th, 32nd respectively.

In women's individual time trial, Russian Alisa Bondareva won the gold. Venezuelan Ludy Correa Nava won the silver and Japanese Yukari Minohara won the bronze. Turkish cycler Büşra Çetinkaya became the 13th.

SWIMMING: MORE RECORDS BROKEN
Russian Olga Kliuchnikova broke the world record and earned the gold medal in women's 100m backstroke with a time of 1:02.61. Her compatriot Elonora Brykanova won the silver and Ukrainian Kateryna Denysova received the bronze medal. The Turkish swimmer Meliha Uncu Tosun became the 21st in the qualifying series and could not reach the final.

In men's 4x200 freestyle, the Russian team composed of Andrei Zhivaev, Leonid Grishin, Miron Denisov and Vitalii Obotin broke the world record with a time of 7:40.91. The Japanese team earned the silver and the Polish team the bronze.

In men's 400m individual medley the Japanese swimmer Satoi Fujihara broke the record of the Games with a time of 4:28.49. The silver medal went to Russian Vitalii Obotin and Ryutato Ibara received the bronze medal.

The gold medal in women's 100m butterfly was earned by Sofia 2013's 5 times gold medalist, Russian swimmer Alena Alexeeva. South African Cornell Loubser and Russian Ekaterina Savchenko followed her on the podium.

In women's 800m freestyle, Viktoriia Terenteva from Russia won the gold medal. The Chinese swimmer Yuchen Hu earned the silver and the bronze medal went another Chinese swimmer, Huidi Peng.

British swimmer Jack Gordon Mccomish became the champion in men's 100m breaststroke. Russian swimmer Martin Fomin earned the silver and the Indonesian swimmer Ilham Achmad Turmudzi the bronze medal. The Turkish swimmers Emre Gürsoy ranked 26th, Emirhan Eroğlu ranked 27th, Ali ranked Özyalçın 28th and Cihan Sarioglu ranked 30th.

In women's 50m freestyle Turkish swimmers Reyhan Küçük ranked 22nd, Meliha Uncu Tosun ranked 30th, Buse Yörükoğlu ranked 31st and Berna Dikyuva was ranked 34th. Neither was able to qualify for the next round.

 

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