Sixteen wrestling events were held, eight Greco-Roman and eight freestyle. All were open to men only. Both categories were dominated by two nations. Turkey was the most successful nation with six gold medals followed by Sweden receiving 5 gold medals. These two teams claimed 24 total medals, in other words half of the total medals given. At the 1948 Summer Olympics, 16 wrestling events were contested, for all men. There were eight weight classes in Greco-Roman wrestling and eight classes in freestyle wrestling. The freestyle competitions were held from July 29 to July 31, 1948 and the Greco-Roman events were held from August 3 to August 6, 1948. Medal summary [edit]Greco-Roman Event Gold Silver Bronze Flyweight (- 52 kg) details Pietro Lombardi Italy (ITA) Kenan Olcay Turkey (TUR) Reino Kangasmaki Finland (FIN) Bantamweight (- 57 kg) details Kurt Pettersen Sweden (SWE) Ali Mahmoud Hassan Egypt (EGY) Halil Kaya Turkey (TUR) Featherweight (- 62 kg) details Mehmet Oktav Turkey (TUR) Olle Anderberg Sweden (SWE) Ferenc Toth Hungary (HUN) Lightweight (- 67 kg) details Gustav Freij Sweden (SWE) Aage Eriksen Norway (NOR) Karoly Ferencz Hungary (HUN) Welterweight (- 73 kg) details Gosta Andersson Sweden (SWE) Miklos Szilvasi Hungary (HUN) Henrik Hansen Denmark (DEN) Middleweight (- 79 kg) details Axel Gronberg weden (SWE) Muhlis Tayfur Turkey (TUR) Ercole Gallegati Italy (ITA) Light Heavyweight (- 87 kg) details Karl-Erik Nilsson Sweden (SWE) Kelpo Grondahl Finland (FIN) Ibrahim Orabi Egypt (EGY) Heavyweight (+ 87 kg) details Ahmet Kirecci Turkey (TUR) Tor Nilsson Sweden (SWE) Guido Fantoni Italy (ITA) Freestyle Event Gold Silver Bronze Flyweight (- 52 kg) details Lenni Viitala Finland (FIN) Halit Balamir Turkey (TUR) Thure Johansson Sweden (SWE) Bantamweight (- 57 kg) details Nasuh Akar Turkey (TUR) Gerald Leeman United States (USA) Charles Kouyos France (FRA) Featherweight (- 62 kg) details Gazanfer Bilge Turkey (TUR) Ivar Sjolin Sweden (SWE) Adolf Muller Switzerland (SUI) Lightweight (- 67 kg) details Celal Atik Turkey (TUR) Gosta Frandfors Sweden (SWE) Hermann Baumann Switzerland (SUI) Welterweight (- 73 kg) details Yasar Dogu Turkey (TUR) Dick Garrard Australia (AUS) Leland Merrill United States (USA) Middleweight (- 79 kg) details Glen Brand United States (USA) Adil Candemir Turkey (TUR) Erik Linden Sweden (SWE) Light Heavyweight (- 87 kg) details Henry Wittenberg United States (USA) Fritz Stockli[1] Switzerland (SUI) Bengt Fahlqvist Sweden (SWE) Heavyweight (+ 87 kg) details Gyula Bobis Hungary (HUN) Bertil Antonsson Sweden (SWE) Joseph Armstrong Australia (AUS)