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Pyongyang Int'l Pro-Wrestling Games Close
Pyongyang, September 1 (KCNA) -- The Pyongyang International Pro-Wrestling Games closed with due ceremony at the Ryugyong Jong Ju Yong Gymnasium on Sunday.

Present there were Kim Yong Hun, minister of Physical Culture and Sports, Kanji Inoki, chief director of the Sports Peace Community Association of Japan, and Jang Ung, chairman of the International Martial Arts Games Committee, who are co-chairmen of the organizing committee of the games, Pak Kun Gwang, chairman of the DPRK-Japan Friendship Association, Kim Myong Chol, executive member of the International Martial Arts Games Committee, working people in the city, foreign diplomatic envoys here and their wives, foreign embassy officials, foreign guests and overseas compatriots staying in the homeland.

Addresses were made at the ceremony.

Following are the results of the second-day competition at the Pyongyang International Pro-Wrestling Games:

Standing in men's singles

Crusher Kawaguchi (Japan), winner; Keisuke Okuda (Japan) loser

Wang Bin (China), winner; Taka Kunoh (Japan) loser

Ultimo Dragon (Japan), winner; Heddi French (France) loser

Bob Sapp (U.S.), winner; Atsushi Sawada (Japan) loser

Shinichi Suzukawa (Japan), winner; Montanha Silva (Brazil) loser

Kazuyuki Fujita (Japan), winner; Jerome Le Banner (France) loser

Standing in men's doubles

Daichi Hashimoto, Shogun Okamoto (Japan), winners; Erik Hammer, Jon Andersen (U.S.) losers

Standing in women's doubles

Ray, Meiko Satomura (Japan), winners; Kyoko Kimura, Dash Chisako (Japan) losers

At the awarding-ceremony diplomas and certificates of participation of the games were conferred on pro-wrestlers of different countries.

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