The National Olympic Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan (UOC) has given five wrestlers who won quota places for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics a financial reward to celebrate the achievement.
Rio 2016 bronze medallist Magomed Ibragimov, two-time world bronze medallist Bekzod Abdurakhmonov, Asian Games champion Muminjon Abdullaev, Gulomjon Abdullaev and Javrail Shapiev were all recognised at a ceremony.
The five booked their spots at Tokyo 2020 at the Asian qualificationtTournament in Almaty in Kazakhstan earlier this month.
UOC President Rustam Shaabdurakhmonov attended the ceremony, paying tribute to the four freestyle wrestlers and once Greco-Roman wrestler.
"I sincerely congratulate of all of you on your success," Shaabdurakhmonov said.
"Behind this is your hard work.
"In addition, your victories will be an even greater motivation for our youth.
"They can see what they are aiming for.
"This is important in further strengthening the promotion of a healthy lifestyle by our Government."
These five were given $9,500 (£6,900/€7,900), and their coaches were handed a bonus of $4,750 (£3,450/€3,950).
Also present at the awards ceremony were UOC first vice-president Ravshan Irmatov, secretary general Oybek Kasimov and vice-presidents Azizjon Kamilov and Sherzod Tashmatov.
Shomurod Shofayziyev, vice-president of the Wrestling Association of Uzbekistan, was also in attendance.
Shaabdurakhmonov aditonally discussed plans for the upcoming Olympics when meeting the athletes.
Uzbekistan has won two Olympic gold medals in wrestling and seven medals in total.
The nation only has a stronger record at the Games in boxing.