Moscow hosted Russian sambo championship for the blind

The 3rd Russian SAMBO Championships among the Blind and Visually Impaired took place in Moscow, reports The tournament was held at the Moscow Martial Arts Center (MMAC), and was attended by representatives of 8 federal districts of the country.

President of the International SAMBO Federation Vasily Shestakov sent welcome letter and the President of the All-Russian and European SAMBO Federations Sergey Eliseev message were also voiced.

As part of the Championships’ opening, a video presenting the performance of the SAMBO for the Blind demonstration team at the World SAMBO Championships in the Republic of Korea was projected on large screen.

Blind and visually impaired sambists singled out the winners and medalists in 8 weight categories among men and in 9 weight categories among women.


48 kg

1. FAYZULINA Aigul (Ulyanovsk Oblast)

2. ELAVOVA Altynkyyz (Republic of Dagestan)

3. MURTAKOVA Vera (Ulyanovsk Oblast)

52 kg

1. STEPANYUK Alesya (Moscow)

2. GABDRASHITOVA Linda (Perm Krai)

3. AITBAEVA Alina (Republic of Bashkortostan)

56 kg

1. NASYROVA Alsu (Republic of Bashkortostan)

2. OKHOTNIKOVA Elizaveta (Novosibirsk Oblast)

60 kg

1. CHUDINA Anastasia (Kaluga Oblast)

2. YAKIMOVA Irina (Perm Krai)

3. OVCHINNIKOVA Natalya (Perm Krai)

64 kg

1. GAURGASHVILI Zeynab (Republic of Dagestan)

68 kg

1. MAGAMEDOVA Aninat (Republic of Dagestan)

72 kg

1. ZABRODSKAYA Olga (Moscow-Ulyanovsk Oblast)

80 kg

1. MIKHAILOVA Svetlana (Ulyanovsk Oblast)

2. KERENTSEVA Anastasia (Novosibirsk Oblast)

+80 kg

1. KALYANOVA Irina (Moscow)

2. GANIEVA Svetlana (Republic of Bashkortostan)


57 kg

1. AKHMADOV Bers-Sheikh (Chechen Republic)

2. MOSHIN Ivan (Ulyanovsk Oblast)

3. KLETZ Yuri (Khabarovsk Krai)

62 kg

1. SHAKHMANOV Said (Republic of Dagestan)

2. VANKIN Andrei (Ulyanovsk Oblast)

3. SEMYONOV Alexander (St. Petersburg)

3. MIKAILOV Elmurad (Republic of Dagestan)

68 kg

1. MERKULOV Artyom (Republic of Bashkortostan)

2. ABDULMANAPOV Murad (Republic of Dagestan)

3. SANCHAY-OOL Eres (Moscow)

3. MAGOMEDOV Magomed Zakir (Republic of Dagestan)

74 kg

1. RUDENKO Viktor (Khabarovsk Krai)

2. KUTUEV Vasily (Khabarovsk Krai)

3. KHALIKOV Yakub (Republic of Dagestan)

3. KHAMITOV Ilfat (Ulyanovsk Region)

82 kg

1. KURBANOV Shahban (Republic of Dagestan)

2. SABIROV Ruslan (Khabarovsk Krai)

3. ASELDEROV Shahban (Republic of Dagestan)

3. RABADANOV Hasan (Republic of Dagestan)

90 kg

1. EFREMOV Anton (Perm Krai)

2. DOROGANOV Andrei (Stavropol Krai)

3. KHARITONOV Evgeny (Moscow Oblast)

3. UGLANOV Alexander (Republic of Bashkortostan)

100 kg

1. SHEVCHENKO Anatoly (Republic of Dagestan)

2. SELIVANOV Pavel (Krasnoyarsk Krai)

3. MAGOMEDOV Ilyas (Republic of Dagestan)

3. SADIKOV Khabib (Republic of Dagestan)

+100 kg

1. RASULOV Yusup (Republic of Dagestan)

2. MOROZOV Pavel (Yamal-Nenentsky AO)

3. KHAMITOV Ayrat (Ulyanovsk Oblast)

3. SINITSYN Sergei (Moscow Oblast)

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