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Sport  Greco-Roman wrestling
Name  Ivar Bohling

Role  Olympic athlete
Club  Vyborg
Ivar Bohling
Born  10 September 1889Inga, Finland
Died  January 12, 1929, Vyborg, Russia
Olympic medals  Wrestling at the 1912 Summer Olympics – Men\'s Greco-Roman light heavyweight
People also search for  Anders Ahlgren, Bela Varga, Fritz Lange

Ivar Theodor Böhling (10 September 1889 – 12 January 1929) was a Finnish wrestler who competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics.

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He won the silver medal in the light heavyweight class. In a remarkable final, he wrestled for nine hours against the other finalist, the Swedish wrestler Anders Ahlgren, before it was declared a draw. The judges refused to award a gold medal, stating that the champion had to have won the final match. Thus they both were given second place and no gold medal was awarded.

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Böhling won the 1914 Unofficial European title in the light-heavyweight division, and four national titles: two in light-heavyweight (1911 and 1913) and two in heavyweight (1915 and 1916). He then turned professional, and retired in 1920.

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