Russian Women’s Wrestling Championship Full Results (VIDEO)

The Russian Women’s Wrestling Championship took place this weekend in Kazan. There were a total of 10 weight categories with more than 150 wrestlers competing for the medals.

Final standings:

Up to 50 kg. 1. Nadezhda Sokolova (Novgorod region). 2. Maria Tyumerekova (Khakassia).
3. Daria Leksina (Krasnodar Territory – Moscow) and Valeria Chepsarakova (Kemerovo Region)

Up to 53 kg. 1. Angelica Vetoshkina (St. Petersburg). 2. Ekaterina Poleshchuk (Krasnodar Territory – Moscow).
3. Maria Gurova (Moscow region) and Alexandra Skirenko (Krasnodar region – Moscow)

Up to 55 kg. 1. Olga Khoroshavtseva (Krasnoyarsk Territory) 2. Marina Simonyan (Moscow Region).
3. Sevil Nazarova (Sakha (Yakutia)) and Victoria Vaulina (Dagestan)

Up to 57 kg. 1. Veronika Chumikova (Buryatia – Chuvashia). 2. Irina Ologonova (Buryatia – Moscow).
3. Anastasia Sidelnikova (Kemerovo region) and Malikat Kuchchaeva (Dagestan)

Up to 59 kg. 1. Valeria Koblova (Moscow region). 2. Svetlana Lipatova (Tatarstan).
3. Anastasia Yakovleva (Chuvashia) and Alexandra Nitsenko (Krasnoyarsk Territory).

Up to 62 kg. 1. Lyubov Ovcharova (Krasnodar Territory – St. Petersburg)
Alina Kazymova (Sakha (Yakutia)) – 3. Anastasia Parokhina (Sakhalin Region) 2. Maria Lachugina (Moscow – Voronezh Region).

Up to 65 kg. 1. Ulyana Tukurenova (Buryatia – Chuvashia). 2. Maria Kuznetsova (Buryatia – Chuvashia).
3. Angela Fomenko (Moscow) and Dinara Kudaeva (Krasnoyarsk Territory)

Up to 68 kg. 1. Khanum Veliyeva (Krasnoyarsk Territory) 2. Anastasia Bratchikova (Moscow Region).
3. Vusala Parfianovich (Moscow region) and Tatiana Smolyak (Bryansk region)

Up to 72 kg. 1. Marina Surovtseva (St. Petersburg – Belgorod). 2. Elmira Khalaeva (Kemerovo region).
3. Alena Starodubtseva (Krasnoyarsk Territory) and Evgenia Zakharchenko (Buryatia – Chuvashia)

Up to 76 kg. 1. Ekaterina Bukina (Moscow region). 2. Angela Kataeva (North Ossetia – Alania) 3. Kristina Shumova (Krasnoyarsk Territory) and Alexandra Utekhina (Tatarstan).

All the winners will be participating in the December-bound world championships in Belgrade, Serbia.

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