• VIDEO: all 2014 World Sambo Championship finals in Japan

VIDEO: all 2014 World Sambo Championship finals in Japan

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8 February 2015 Sergei Grishin

The World Sambo Championship was held on November 21-23 in Narita, Japan. Many fans followed the competitions via online broadcasting of the tournament on FIAS website. After all, you have an opportunity to watch recorded competitions on the website and on our YouTube video channel. Today we offer you to recall all final fights of the 2014 World Championship in Japan – you can watch each of the finals in a separate video clip.

Maria MOLCHANOVA (Russia) – Urantsetseg MUNHBAT (Mongolia)

Agasif SAMADOV (Azerbaijan) – Genadi CHIRGADZE (Georgia)

Andrey BUDAZHAPOV (Russia) – Marko KOSEV (Bulgaria)

Ekaterina PROKOPENKO (Belarus) – Miwa FUJIMURA (Japan)

Tumurkhuleg DAVAADORJ (Mongolia) – Levan NAKHUTSRISHVILI (Georgia)

Tikhomir BLAGOVESTOV (Bulgaria) – Mavrik NASIBYAN (Armenia)

Irina ALEKSEEVA (Russia) – Nino ODZELASHVILI (Georgia)

Alsim CHERHOSKULOV (Russia) – Otgonbaatar LKAGVASUREN (Mongolia)

Vadim NEMKOV (Russia) – Genko IVANOV (Bulgaria)

Gaukhar TURMAKHANOVA (Kazakhstan) – Anna KHARITONOVA (Russia)

Vakhtangi CHIDRASHVILI (Georgia) – Aimergen ATKUNOV (Russia)

Igor SEVERIN (Ukraine) – Veselin IVANOV (Bulgaria)

Alice Hester SCHLESINGER (Israel) – Olga MEDVEDEVA (Russia)

Amil GASIMOV (Azerbaijan) – Ilya LEBEDEV (Russia)

Dmitry SAMOYLOV (Russia) – Sergey FILOMENKO (Belarus)

Shori HAMADA (Japan) – Maria ORYASHKOVA (Bulgaria)

Dmitry ELISEEV (Russia) – Ariunerdene BATBAYAR (Mongolia)

Kirill SIDELNIKOV (Russia) – Martin MARINKOV (Bulgaria)

Sumiya DORJSUREN (Mongolia) – Tatiana ZENCHENKO (Russia)

Boris BORISOV (Bulgaria) – Khushkadam KHUSRANOV (Tajikistan)

Almas SULEYMENOV (Kazakhstan) – Amyr BAKRASOV (Russia)

Luiza GAINUTDINOVA (Ukraine) – Dildash KURYSHBAEVA (Kazakhstan)

Vladimir PRIKAZCHIKOV (Russia) – Ivaylo IVANOV (Bulgaria)

Arman OSPANOV (Kazakhstan) – Niyazmyrat SHAKHMURADOV (Turkmenistan)

Anna BALASHOVA (Russia) – Haruka Murase (Japan)

Artem OSIPENKO (Russia) – Batmunkh PERENLII (Mongolia)

Sultan ALIEV (Russia) – Sébastien LIBEBE (France)



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