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MEN'S -60 kg
Galstyan defeated one of the favorites, Hiroaki Hiraoka of Japan, to take the division and then his first Olympic medal.
Galstyan won the final in less than a minute with an ippon score, judo's equivalent of a knockout. He previously won a bronze at the judo world championships.
Gold: Rishod Sobiroz, Uzbekistan
Silver: Hirofumi Yamamoto, Japan
Bronze: Amiran Papinashvili, Georgia, Georgii Zantaraia, Ukraine
WOMEN'S -48 kg
Sarah Menezes of Brazil won the women's 48-kilogram Olympic judo gold medal on Saturday.
The second-ranked Menezes beat defending Olympic champion Alina Dumitru of Romania in a final that had both fighters on the defensive.
Menezes frequently had her hands up like a boxer as both struggled to get a dominant grip, without much success until the last minute of the match. After failing to throw Dumitru off balance with foot sweeps, Menezes finally succeeded in throwing her for the victory.
Menezes finished 19th at the Beijing Olympics.
Gold: Tomoko Fukumi, Japan
Silver: Sarah Menezes, Brazil
Bronze: Urantsetseg Munkhbat, Mongolia, Shugen Wu, China
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