Yigit, 30, beat Samar Hamza from Egypt 6-0 in the women's 76 kg final at the Stark Arena in Belgrade, Serbia.
Turkish wrestler Yasemin Adar Yigit has won gold at the 2022 World Championships.
Yigit, 30, beat Samar Hamza from Egypt 6-0 in the women's 76 kg final on Wednesday at the Stark Arena in Belgrade, Serbia.
Yigit managed to repeat the feat after winning the title in Paris in 2017.
The United World Wrestling Championships, which are currently undergoing in Serbia's capital Belgrade, features more than 800 athletes in the men's Greco-Roman, men's freestyle and women's freestyle categories.
On Tuesday, Turkish wrestler Riza Kayaalp won the gold medal by beating Iran's Amin Mirzazadeh in men's Greco-Roman 130 kg.
And on Monday, Türkiye's Burhan Akbudak clinched the gold medal in men's Greco-Roman 82 kg by beating Uzbekistan’s Jalgasbay Berdimuratov 3-1(7-6).
The World Championships will conclude on September 18.