Iranian audibly - challenged freestyle wrestlers have claimed two gold medals at the 2013 Summer Deaflympics in Bulgaria.On Friday, Hossein Nouri defeated his Bulgarian competitor in the final bout of the men’s 66-kilogram weight class and snatched the gold medal. Rasoul Daryani claimed Iran’s second gold medal in the final match of the 84-kilogram weight category after he overpowered his Turkish opponent. The Iranian man-mountain Mohammad Mahboubi, however, conceded defeat in the 120-kilogram weight category, and clinched the silver. Also, Foroud Hojjati was the winner in the bout against his Kazakh rival in the 55-kilogram weight class and grabbed the bronze medal. The 2013 Summer Deaflympics opened in Bulgaria on July 26, and will wrap up on August 4. The international multi-sport event was first held in Paris in 1924 and now includes almost 5,000 competitors. A team of 82 Iranian athletes are in action across nine sports. They are competing in athletics, football, judo, karate, swimming, volleyball, Greco-Roman and freestyle wrestling, table tennis and taekwondo.