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    Default Ziolkowski tourney, Aug. 13-14

    Quote Originally Posted by Hubbard View Post
    Winning Russian nationals doesn't mean you're going to worlds so no it's not obvious, Akzent.
    Gadisov is good but I can see him getting beat at Worlds.
    Usually, it means that. But obviously not this year. The Russians have problems in all weights except for 120.
    For instance – 84 kg, Ktsoev who was the best in the last several months lost at the nationals. The coaches wanted to test him again and sent him to the Baku Grand Prix last month. He lost also there. Saritov and Urishev have mixed results. No one can say who is the better one. Gadisov won the nationals but has no experience at international senior level. He has never wrestled at any international sr. tourney.

    Similar situation at 55. The favorite Israpilov lost at the nationals; then he lost in Baku. On the other hand, Lebedev who won the nationals isn't regarded as Nr. 1 by many “experts”. His victories at the nationals weren't convincing.

    Now the Russians will obviously use the Ziolkowski tourney in Warsaw as last international test for some of their wrestlers. At 84, they send both Saritov and Urishev there. (No word about Gadisov has been said since the nationals, as if he doesn't exist.)

    55 – after Israpilov's failure in Baku, they are sending the national champ Lebedev and 5th placed Terteryan (lost Lebedev and later to Irapilov for the 3rd place).

    No participants at 74 and 120. At 96, they send Gatsalov.

    It will be a good tourney. Also other nations send wrestlers who have mixed results when wrestling each other or when appearing at international tourneys. For instance, Temrezov and Sharipov of Azerbaijan at 84.

    Kazakhstan and Bulgaria will appear with their top wrestlers. Iran was going to do the same: Taghavi, Goudarzi, Lashgari, Ebrahimi, Masoumi... But the Polish consulate didn't issue visas to some of them and yesterday the head coach announced that the whole team withdrew, even those who already had visa and plane tickets.

    Ukraine and Georgia are expected to send good wrestlers.

    USA will be there with an university team - http://www.themat.com/section.php?se...rticleID=20683

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    Default Re: Ziolkowski tourney, Aug. 13-14

    Akzent do you know where i can find last year results of Ziolkowski ?

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    i think they will be posted after the tourney.

    Bulgaria
    55 - Radoslav Velikov
    60 - Ismail Rejep
    66 - Dimitar Georgiev & Nikolai Kurtev
    74 - Kiril Terziev & Ivan Deliverski
    96 - Nikolai Shterev & Georgi Sredkov
    120 - Dimitar Kumchev

    Georgia
    50 Besik Gochashvili
    60 Malhaz Zarkua
    66 Otar Tushishvili, Shalva Muziashvili
    74 Gela Sagirashvili, Gocha Lomtatidze
    84 Leri Ketishvili (Ketoev's brother)
    96 Giorgi Gogshelidze
    120 Alex Modebadze

    Azerbaijan
    60 Hajbulla Shaalov
    74 Ashraf Aliev
    84 Sharip Sharipov, Nauruz Temrezov
    120 Maksim Prohorov

    Ukraine
    55 Ledenev (2009 national champ), Aivazyan (junior)
    60 Fedorishin
    74 Tsotadze (nat. champ)
    96 Andreitsev (nat. champ)
    Last edited by akzent; 08-11-2009 at 04:00 AM.

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    Default Re: Ziolkowski tourney, Aug. 13-14

    In the last second, the Iranians got the visa!
    They will arrive short before weigh-in. I hope they will have luck in appearing in time and making weight.

    Iran
    55 Abbas Dabbaghi
    60 Saeed Morad Mohammadi
    66 Mehdi Taghavi
    74 Sadegh Goudarzi
    84 Ehsan Lashgari
    96 Saeed Ebrahimi
    120 Fardin Masoumi

    Last edited by akzent; 08-11-2009 at 06:41 AM.

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    Default Re: Ziolkowski tourney, Aug. 13-14

    Poland

    Bińkowski Adam 55kg
    Rogalewicz Robert 55kg
    Hajduk Adrian 55kg
    Pawlak Marcin 60kg
    Kisiel Radosław 60kg
    Bohm Arkadiusz 60kg
    Blok Adam 60kg
    Walkowiak Mariusz 60kg
    Sobieraj Adam 66kg
    Suchorowiec Michał 74kg
    Brzozowski Krystian 74kg
    Grzelak Andrzej 74kg
    Rogisz Tomasz 74kg
    Jonkisz Tomasz 74kg
    Siejak Radosław 84kg
    Marcinkiewicz Radosław 84kg
    Skaskiewicz Kamil 84kg
    Sofiński Bartosz 84kg
    Wesołowski Michał 84kg
    Mączak Przemysław 96kg
    Hasiec Maciej 96kg
    Dublinowski Radosław 96kg
    Bartnicki Bartłomiej 120kg
    Kordus Arkadiusz 120kg
    Jankowski Radosław 120kg
    Filipczak Dariusz 120kg
    Albinowski Paweł 66kg
    Bieńkowski Krzysztof 60kg
    Baranowski Zbigniew 74kg
    Miłkowski Marcin 74kg

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    Default Re: Ziolkowski tourney, Aug. 13-14

    They should have sent Gadisov to Poland.

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    Is Otosultranov not going to get a chance to make the Russian team?

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    Default Re: Ziolkowski tourney, Aug. 13-14

    Quote Originally Posted by akzent View Post
    Iran
    55 Abbas Dabbaghi
    60 Saeed Morad Mohammadi
    66 Mehdi Taghavi
    74 Sadegh Goudarzi
    84 Ehsan Lashgari
    96 Saeed Ebrahimi
    120 Fardin Masoumi
    ha ha ! you did a mistake
    his name is Seyyed Morad Mohammadi ! Seyyed and Saeid/Saeed are two different words. Saeid is a name but Seyyed is a title.

    Seyyed is not a true part of his name.

    from Wikipedia :

    "Sayyids often include the following titles in their names to indicate the figure from whom they trace their descent. If they are descended from more than one notable ancestor or Shi'a Imam, they will use the title of the ancestor from whom they are most directly descended."

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    Default Re: Ziolkowski tourney, Aug. 13-14

    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    ha ha ! you did a mistake
    Ha ha ha! No mistake. In 2 hours i'll be in the plane to Warsaw.

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