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Chechen Sportsmen Don’t Satisfied to Victories

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Chechen Sportsmen Don’t Satisfied to Victories

Chechen sportsman got successful results at judo and wrestling competitions in Germany, Austria, Belgium and Finland.

On March 21, national judo championship among youngs was organized in Eensuu city of Finland. Vadud Balatkhanov (was born in 1991), the son of well-known Chechen painter Vaharsolt Balatkhanov, defended his title and won golden medal among youngs in the category up to 60 kgs.

On March 13-14, Chechen wrestlers attended the Greco-Romen and Free Style wrestling championships among youngs and adults in Aechen city of Germany, located along its borders Belgium and the Netherlands.

On Saturyday, March 13, all the day greco-romen wrestling games were arrenged and more than 100 athletes among 10-15 years old boys category from 16 clubs of various countries were participated. The results of the Chechen wrestlers after the games on Saturday:

Group C (Boys, 10-12 Years old):

At 34 kg weight class: Idris Tabayev from Belgian club Raeren 2006 placed the second position and gained silver medal. Another Chechen athlete Deni Mugayev from club Oys Kirchen of Germany placed the fifth position.

At 38 kg weight class: Imam Vagabov who was competed in the name of Belgian club Raeren 2006, became the champion.

At 42 kg weight class: Abubakar Tutayev from club Raeren 2006 was up against Salambek Mugayev from club Oys Kirchen in the final game. Abubakar beat him won the golden medal and Salambek became the second of this category.
Group B (Boys, 13-14 Years old):

At 34 kg weight class: Dzhokhar Gambulatov from club Raeren 2006 has no rivals so awarded with golden medal automatically. But he did friendly matched with winners of the senior category. He beat his German rival who had gained silver medal of 38 kg, but unfortunately couldn’t success against the champion of 38 kg.

At 46 kg weight class: from club Raeren 2006, Islam Saiydulayev won golden medal and Rakhim Magomedov gained silver medal.

At 50 kg weight class: Magomad Said Omarov became the champion and gained golden medal.

At 54 kg weight class: Abdul Gaziyev won silver and Ali Habashev won bronze medal.

Group A (Boys, 15-17 Years old):

At 50 kg weight class: Talgat Gaziyev won golden medal with his successful games.

At 54 kg weight class: Abdula Omarov defeaded all his rivals and became the champion.

At 58 kg weight class: Zelimkhan Dzeiytov became the champion after he beat his seven rivals.

At 63 kg weight class: Abdula Habashev gained the silver medal.

In the second day of the championship, on March 14, 70 athletes from 14 various clubs attended to free style wrestling games. Abdurakhman Omarov became the champion among 9-11 years old boys at 29 kg and Khamid Omarov won the golden medal at 31 kg category in the same age group. And Suleiman Shaipov placed the second place.

On March 21, Kelmis city of Belgium hosted a small international free style wrestling tournament among boys and girls in 6-17 years old. More than 80 athletes participated the tournament from 10 sport clubs of Belgium, Holland and Germany.

The results of small Chechen wrestlers in this tournament:

6-8 years old, 21 kg: Radzhab Magomadov, Golden Medal. Mansour Vagabov, Silver Medal.

9-12 years old, 29 kg: Abdurakhman Omarov, Golden Medal. Imam Umarov, Silver Medal.

9-12 years old, 31 kg: Salman Aliyev, Golden Medal. Khamid Umarov, Silver Medal.

9-12 years old, 34 kg: Suleiman Shaipov, Golden Medal.

9-12 years old, 42 kg: Rakhmad Magomadov, Silver Medal.

13-17 years old, 38 kg: Said Rasulov, Golden Medal.

13-17 years old, 46 kg: Islam Saiydulayev, Golden Medal. Rakhim Magomedov, Silver Medal.

13-17 years old, 50 kg: Magomed Said Omarov, Golden Medal. Talgat Gaziyev, Bronze Medal. Ali Habashov, 4th place.

13-17 years old, 54 kg: Abdul Omarov, Golden Medal. Abdul Gaziyev, Silver Medal.

13-17 years old, 63 kg: Abdul Habashov, Golden Medal. Shamil Dzhantemirov, 4th place.

13-17 years old, 69 kg: Bekhan Khalukhayev, Golden Medal.

On February 27-28, three Chechen judoist occupied the medal platform in the national judo championship among youngs and juniors which was organized in Ronse city of Belgium. Adlan Khachikayev became third time champion of Belgium at up to 60 kg category of U17. At 55 kg category Akhmed Gachukayev won the bronze medal. Among the boys U15, Islam Erstukayev managed to win silver medal.

On February 20, Umar Yakubov became the champion of Austria in Greco-Romen Wrestling Championship of Austria. Another Chechen athlete Yunadi Arsanaliyev could occupied third place and gained bronze medal at 45 kg category.

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