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    Default Guivi Sissauri is wrestling this weekend in Russia

    An International tourney named after Brothers Beloglasovs is going on this weekend in Kaliningrad Russia. All major wrestling powers, including USA, are there. Total prize sum is $25K.

    Sissauri of Canada is wrestling there.

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    Big who eles is there? Also what Americans?

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    Default Re: Guivi Sissauri is wrestling this weekend in Russia

    So far all I know is that there are the following countries represented:

    Russia, USA, Japan, Belarus, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Canada, Hungary, Poland, and Tadzhikistan.

    I will post results when I get them.

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    Sissauri is reported to have made some great performances when throwing his opponents and to have been one of the favorites of the spectators. Unfortunately, later he had problems with any old back injury and he withdrew from the final match vs. Martin Berberian of Armenia.

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    On Iranews' request - the results currently available:

    55
    1. Shinichi Yumoto (JAP) 1:0, 7:1
    2. Yurii Golub (UKR)
    3. Gamzet Saipudinov (RUS)
    3. Rizvan Gadjiev (BLR)

    60
    1. Martin Berberian (ARM) inj df
    2. Guivi Sissauri (CAN)
    3. Bazar Bazarguruev (KGZ)
    3. Kenichi Yumoto

    66
    1. Mulid Lampezhev (RUS)
    2. Ulan Nadyrbek (KGZ)
    3. Ibragim Hamzaev (RUS)
    3. Platon Savin (RUS)

    74
    1. Ali Aibazov (RUS)
    2. Andrei Shyyka (GER)
    3. Radoslaw Marcinkewicz (POL)
    3. Tyler Marghetis (CAN)

    84
    1. Arpad Ritter (HUN) 4:0, 1:1 [earlier Ritter beat David Bichinashvili, GER]
    2. Yusup Abdusalamov (TJK)
    3. Vadim Laliev (ARM)
    3. Yutaka Suzuki (JAP)

    96
    1. Kurban Kurbanov (UZB, one of the imported young Daghestani stars who the Russian federation still doesn?t allow to compete on championships for UZB)
    2. Alexei Krupniakov (KGZ) [earlier he pinned Mateusz Gucman of POL and Vincent Aka of FRA]
    3. Mateusz Gucman (POL)
    3. Gergely Kiss (HUN)

    120
    1. Alexei Shemarov (RUS) 2:0, 0:1, 1:0 [earlier beat Otto Aubeli, HUN]
    2. Alexei Voronin (RUS)
    3. Martin Siddiqui (GER)
    3. Arkadius Kordusz (POL)

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    Yusup Abdusalamov lost! This can't be!

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    This was the second time he lost to Ritter. The first time he lost to him 2 years ago. I don't think Yusup has any aspirations. The last 2 years he seems to wrestle just for fun Each year he wrestles at no more than 2 tournaments. But each time he earns any medal. Long time ago he wrestled in a club in Kaliningrad. That is why he participates almost every year in the Beloglazov tournament - an occasion to meet friends in that city.

    But if Yusup had faced any Iranian (Mansouri, Yazdani or his 2002 rival who recently went up to 84 jusk like Yusup did) in the 84-final last Sunday, I am sure, he should have destroyed him
    Last edited by akzent; 08-01-2007 at 07:25 AM.

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