Romania stood second and the third title went to Hungary.
Representing the country, Islamic Azad University stood top in 55, 60, 66, and 84 kg categories and finished runner-up in 74, 96, and 120 kg bouts.
Hossein Rangraz excelled in 55 kg, grabbing the gold while Behnam Tayyebi took another gold in 60 kg, Ali-Asghar Bazri won the title in 66 kg, and Amir-Reza Khadem snatched the 84 kg gold medal.
Iran's silvers came by Alireza Bahabasteh, Alireza Robat-Moradi, and Hadi Pour-Alijan in 74, 96, and 120 kg classes respectively.
Wrestlers from Italy, Iran, Russia, Hungary, Romania, Turkey, Spain, Canada, Bulgaria, Senegal, and China competed in the one-day ninth edition of Sassari Cup.
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