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    Default Russian Greco nationals results

    So far:

    60kg
    1st Albiev 2nd Djaste 3rd Abullin and Kuilakov

    PS Albiev is only 19 years old

    74kg
    1st Popov 2nd Malinin 3rd Kuntarev and Murtazaliev

    PS Samurgashev is taking a year off

    96kg
    1st Teplouhov 2nd Hushtov 3rd Manvelyan and Mishin

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    55kg 1st Mordovin 2nd Tokarev
    3rd Petrov and Mankiev

    66kg 1st Bolotov 2nd Kovalenko
    3rd Kuchinov and Vachadze

    84kg 1st Oralov 2nd Bogomolov
    3rd Stroganov and Roganin

    120kg 1st Chernichenko 2nd Anuchin
    3rd Botev and Baroev

    Unlike the freestyle team, most of these wrestlers are real Russians.

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    The 60 kg final was a Caucasian one. Islambek Albiev (19) is Chechen, Vyacheslav Djaste (21) is Adyghe (if after the fourth attempt to pronounce this word you still have problems use the synonymous names Cherkess or Circassian which seem to be used more frequently in English).

    They are young but they have quite a history. They are 2:2 now.

    In 2006, Djaste beat Albiev in the semis of the two main Russian greco events ? the nationals (Jan, result not known) and the Poddubny tournament (June, total score 7:5). At both events Djaste placed first and Albiev was third.
    At the 2006 euros and worlds Djaste placed third.

    This year it was Albiev who beat Djaste twice (and convincingly!) ? in the finals of the same events. At Poddubni (Jan) he beat him 5:0, 3:0, 2:0. At the nationals this last weekend Albiev needed only two periods to beat him ? 4:0, 5:0.
    At the 2007 senior euros, Albiev didn't get a chance to wrestle back after losing his first match. He is the 2006 Jr. world champ.

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    mishin was at 96. anyone know if he is planning to go back to 84 or stay up?

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    This is not Alexei Mishin, but his brother Denis Mishin. Alexei didn't participate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big View Post
    Unlike the freestyle team, most of these wrestlers are real Russians.
    How can you know this??? Below I marked the names of the wrestlers who are not Slavic. 11 out of 28. This doesn?t mean that all the other 17 are ?real Russians?. For example, you can never distinguish an Yakut from a ?real Russian? only by name. Yakuts (except for some shamans) have Russian names. You must see their faces in order to make a destinction. Nothing would help you to destinguish between ?real Russians? and guys from ethnic groups in the eastern part of European Russia (Volga-Ural area) who are "European" and have Russian names. Nobody (except for family members, relatives and friends) knows whether the Mishin bros who are native of (and live in) the Mordovia Republic are Mordva or ?real Russians?.

    55kg 1st Mordovin 2nd Tokarev 3rd Petrov and Mankiev

    60kg 1st Albiev 2nd Djaste 3rd Abullin and Kuilakov

    66kg 1st Bolotov 2nd Kovalenko 3rd Kuchinov and Vachadze

    74kg 1st Popov 2nd Malinin 3rd Kuntarev and Murtazaliev

    84kg 1st Oralov 2nd Bogomolov 3rd Stroganov and Roganin

    96kg 1st Teplouhov 2nd Hushtov 3rd Manvelyan and Mishin

    120kg 1st Chernichenko 2nd Anuchin 3rd Botev and Baroev

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    Default Re: Russian Greco nationals results

    akzent,

    I was looking mainly at the finalists and I meant of course their names, not people themselves. I have never met any of them so I can't know. However, I can distinguish a Russian name from a Chechen or a Daghestani or an Ossetian name.

    Malinin is a Russian name also even if the person is not Russian. Malinin refers to "malina" or Raspberry in Russian. Right?

    You just don't see too many names like Popov in Russian freestyle finals.

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    Here is an excerpt akzent:

    Отдельно хотел бы поздравить Сан Саныча Карелина, его тренера Виктора Кузнецова и президента Федерации спортивной борьбы Новосибирской области Сергея Семко. То, что их земляки показали здесь – фантастика. Шесть финалов из семи, три победы. А если брать весь Сибирский федеральный округ, получается пять побед! Получился какой-то открытый чемпионат Сибири (смеется). Но лично меня такая ситуация только радует.

    http://www.wrestrus.ru/article.asp?id=1689

    Basically, Mamiashvili is saying most winners are from Siberia and almost half of them from Karelin's hometown area. These are not wrestlers from the Caucas region, that's for sure.

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    Did I read that correct that Baroev lost? That guy is a machine, did he get hurt or does he know he is going to Worlds anyway and not care?

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