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Fun Fact

The word SAMBO is derived from a Russian acronym SAMozashchita Bez Oruzhiya. Translating the Russian expression into English, this means: self-defence without weapons. There a just two colours in SAMBO: red and blue. One athlete is dressed in red and the other one in blue. And red and blue are the colours of the shoes and socks as well.

 

On the programme of The World Games

1993 The Hague, NED

1985 London, GBR

A Beginners' Guide to Sambo

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Medal Results The Hague 1993

Combat +100kg Men

  1. 1. Vladimir EMELIANOV - BLR
  2. 2. Murat HASANOV - RUS
  3. 3. Algimantas GRYBAUSKAS - LTU

Combat 100kg Men

  1. 1. Vladimir RAUMIANTSEV - RUS
  2. 2. Ricardas ROTSEVICIUS - LTU
  3. 3. Totot TODOROV - BUL

Combat 52kg Men

  1. 1. Namsrat BAATARBOLD - MGL
  2. 2. Abram AGOMERIAN - RUS
  3. 3. Raibek MENDIGALIEV - KAZ

Combat 57kg Men

  1. 1. Kalek AKRALIEV - KAZ
  2. 2. Sergey ZADORIN - RUS
  3. 3. Eduardas RUDAS - LTU

Combat 62kg Men

  1. 1. Sergey IGNATENKO - RUS
  2. 2. Andrey SAVENKOV - KAZ
  3. 3. Yakim RAKOV - BUL

Combat 68kg Men

  1. 1. Ivan NETOV - BUL
  2. 2. Valery BELOV - RUS
  3. 3. Leon JOSE - ESP

Combat 74kg Men

  1. 1. Nikolai IGRAUCHKINE - RUS
  2. 2. Mikhail ZAKOLIAPINE - LAT
  3. 3. Algis MECKOVSKIS - LTU

Combat 82kg Men

  1. 1. Gusein HAIBULAEV - RUS
  2. 2. Petras MAZEIKA - LTU
  3. 3. Igor DUDICH - BLR

Combat 90kg Men

  1. 1. Alexandre DUNAEV - RUS
  2. 2. Tsevtormir PETROV - BUL
  3. 3. Ron ANGUS - CAN

Most successful athletes of Sambo

 

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