The President’s SAMBO Cup, due to be held on September 26 in Scotland, has been rescheduled for next year, reports FIAS. The reason for this decision is the unstable epidemiological situation in the world due to the COVID-19 virus and the relevant WHO recommendations.
“After careful thought and consultation we have decided to hold the next President’s Cup in Scotland on July 31st 2021 instead of this September,” Head of the Commonwealth SAMBO Association Michael Wynne-Parker said.
The President’s SAMBO Cup has been held in the UK every year since 2014. Initially, it was held in the process of team competitions in Sports SAMBO, and then a Combat SAMBO tournament was added to them.
Traditionally, the President’s Cup in the UK was held in autumn, starting next year the organizers plan to hold it in July.