Artur Aleksanyan was one of Armenia's two gold medallists on day three of the European Wrestling Championships in Rome ©Getty Images

Armenia won two of the five gold medals on offer as Greco-Roman action concluded today at the European Wrestling Championships in Rome.

In the first final of the evening at the Italian capital's PalaPellicone, Gevorg Gharibyan edged Turkey’s Kerem Kamal to claim the 60 kilograms title.

Fellow Armenian Artur Aleksanyan rounded off proceedings by beating home favourite Nikoloz Kakhelashvili 7-1 in the 97kg final.

Georgia’s Amiran Shavadze and Azerbaijan’s Murad Bazarov were the 60kg bronze medallists, while Turkey’s Cenk İldem and Russia’s Aleksandr Golovin completed the 97kg podium.

Among today's other gold medallists was Norway’s Morten Thoresen, who narrowly got the better of Russia’s Nazir Rachidovitch Abdullaev in the 67kg final.

The bronze medals went to Armenia’s Karen Aslanyan and Lithuania’s Kristupas Šleiva.

Also tasting victory today were Germany’s Frank Stäbler and Azerbaijan’s Rafig Huseynov.

Stäbler defeated Georgia’s Iuri Lomadze 6-2 in the 72kg final, prior to Huseynov overcoming Bulgaria’s Daniel Tihomirov Aleksandrov 2-1 in the 82kg final.

The 72kg bronze medals went to Turkey’s Selcuk Can and Azerbaijan’s Ulvu Ganizade.

Sweden’s Bogdan Kourinnoi and Germany’s Hannes Wagner were the 82kg bronze medallists.

Action in Rome is due to continue tomorrow.

Medals will be awarded in the women's wrestling 50kg, 55kg, 59kg, 68kg and 76kg categories.