Russia ended a home UWW Junior World Championships by winning the team Greco-Roman title ©Getty Images

Russia added two more Greco-Roman gold medals on the final day of the United World Wrestling (UWW) Junior World Championships in Ufa to romp to the team title. 

Winning half of the Greco-Roman gold medals - plus two bronzes and a silver - the host nation finished with 183 points compared to Iran's 130 in second place.

Dinislam Bammatov got Russia off to the perfect start, beating Iran's Saeid Esmaeili Leivesi 7-3 in the under-60-kilogram final.

Evgeni Baidusov pushed Georgia's Giorgi Chkhikvadze out of the circle to squeeze past his opponent and win the 72kg final 3-2 for Russia's second gold medal of the day.

Russian Aleksei Mileshin was comprehensively beaten by Pavel Hlinchuk from Belarus in the 97kg gold-medal match, but the team title had long been secured by this stage.

Marcel Sterkenburg won a rare under-20 gold medal for the Dutch at 82kg, overcoming Armenia's Karen Khachatryan.

Another Armenian was defeated in the 67kg final, with Sahak Hovhannisyan going down 7-0 against Azerbaijan's Hasrat Jafarov - not aided by losing points for committing three headbutts.

Today was the final day of competition in Ufa.