• Results of All-Mongolian Open Championship in Sport and Combat Sambo 2015

Results of All-Mongolian Open Championship in Sport and Combat Sambo 2015

Competitions
21 January 2015 Sergei Grishin

In three days, the first tournament of this sambo season in the FIAS sports calendar shall start — the Sambo World Cup Stage for the Prizes of N. Nazarbayev, President of the Republic of Kazakhstan. In some countries the sambo season has already started. One of them is Mongolia, where the AllMongolian Open Championship in Sport and Combat Sambo was held on January 14 and 15. Read the complete coverage in our today's report.

The main Mongolian start which is to determine the composition of the country's national team for participation in international tournaments under the auspices of FIAS was organized in Ulan-Bator, the Mongolian capital. The tournament was held in Buyant-Ukhaa sports complex. The stadium built in 2009 accommodates 5 thousand spectators. Among the most notable events held there were the Asia's Youth Championship for Basketball in 2012 and World Wrestling Championship a year later. This year, sambo took over the place for 2 days.

It was the 44th All-Mongolian Open Championship in Sport and Combat Sambo held in this country having strong sambo traditions. The competition was participated by more than 400 samboists from 27 sports clubs and organizations, as well as sambo teams from Buryatia (Russia) and Inner Mongolia (China).

Winners of All-Mongolian Open Championship in Sport and Combat Sambo 2015:

Men, sport sambo

52 kg — Sh. Erdenebaatar

57 kg — B. Menkhbat

62 kg — G. Herlen

68 kg — D. Temerkhuleg

74 kg — Kh. Tsagaanbaatar

82 kg — O. Uuganbaatar

90 kg — B. Serik

100 kg — B. Ariunerdene

100+ kg — P. Batmenkh

Women

48 kg — B. Khorloodoy

52 kg — S. Solongogerel

56 kg — A. Saranzul

60 kg — D. Sumyaa

64 kg — Ts. Tserennadmid

68 kg — S. Adiltsetseg

72 kg — Ts. Naranzhargal

80 kg — O. Menkhtsetseg

80+ kg — G. Enkhriymaa

Men, combat sambo

52 kg — D. Batchuluun

57 kg — E. Erdenesukh

62 kg — N. Togtokhbayar

68 kg — T. Otgonzayaa

74 kg — N. Otgonbaatar

82 kg — Ts. Narantogtokh

90 kg — T. Temuuzhui

100 kg — D. Batbayar

100+ kg — D. Sugarzhargal

Best sportsman in combat sambo: Ts. Narantogtokh

Best sportsman in sport sambo: D. Temerkhuleg

Best sportswoman in sport sambo: S. Solongogerel