Sambo team attended popular Russian TV show

The television program “One Hundred to One” hosted a Sambo team.

President of the International SAMBO Federation Vasily Shestakov; honored masters of sports, multiple World SAMBO Champions Marina Mokhnatkina, Vyacheslav Vasilevsky, Denis Goltsov and Vadim Nemkov made the line up.

The viewers will be able to find out how the game went by watching it on the air soon.


“We watch this game with the whole family, so it was very interesting to try our hand at it”, commented Vasily Shestakov, President of the International SAMBO Federation. “I think we managed to contribute to the popularization of our sport. Many people love the game “One hundred to one”, so I think it was very useful to show them our famous athletes, champions.”

“One Hundred to One” is a Russian team TV game, created on the basis of the American show “Family Feud”, which has been aired since October 10, 1998 on the TV channel “Russia-1”. The permanent host of the program is Alexander Gurevich. The release with sambists will be aired soon.


“When you are invited to an intellectual game, you never know exactly what awaits you, what questions will be”, said Marina Mokhnatkina, 7-time world SAMBO champion. “Overall, there was a pleasant, relaxed atmosphere here. There was no such intensity of passions that usually happens in competitions. The athletes were able to meet and try to plunge into a simple life, to understand how people reason.”



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