|Birth name||Elmira Mahammadova|
|Born||February 11, 1942|
|Height||170 cm (5 ft 7 in).|
Elmira Mahammadova (Azerbaijani: Elmira Məhəmmədova; 11 February, 1942) – former female wrestler representing Azerbaijan of Dagestan origin. Elmira Mahammadova represented Azerbaijan at the World Championship in 1995 and at the European Championship in 1996, where she won a bronze medal.
Elmira Mahammadova was born on February 11, 1972. Sajid Salacudinov has been coaching Mahammadova since 1992.
Elmira Mahammadova participated in the first international competition as a member of the Azerbaijani national team in 1995 during the World Championship in Moscow, Russia. In those competitions, Mahammadova took 8th place. A year later, in 1996, Elmira Mahammadova tried her hand at the European Championships. At the competitions in Oslo, Norway, Mahammadova defeated Norway's Ine Barlie in the bronze medal match and won a bronze medal. Elmira Mahammadova also became the first Azerbaijani female wrestler to win a medal at the European Championship.
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Category:Azerbaijani female sport wrestlers Category:1942 births
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