World Sambo Championships

World Sambo Championships
Current event or competition:
2017 World Sambo Championships
Competition details
Discipline Sambo
Type biennial
Organiser Fédération Internationale de Sambo (FIAS)
History
Editions 41 (2017)

World Sambo Championships is the main Sambo and Combat Sambo championships in the world, organized by the Fédération Internationale de Sambo (FIAS).

History

1984 - the FILA Assembly decided to create an independent federation of SAMBO (FIAS). The president of FIAS was elected Spaniard Fernando Conte. June 13, 1984 In Madrid, a constitutive General Assembly of the FIAS (Fédération Internationale Amateur de SAMBO) is carried out, in which delegates from 56 countries take part. Fernando Compte is elected as the first president 1983 The First World Women’s Sambo Championship is held in Madrid, Spain 1979 For the first time, a Youth World Championship is held at a high international level in Madrid, Spain 1977 The First World Sambo Cup takes place in Oviedo, Spain

http://www.sambounion.asia/en/post/sambo/history

http://sambo-fias.org/en/fias/history/

Events

Current weight classes:[1]

MenWomen
–55 kg–50 kg
52 kg48 kg
57 kg52 kg
62 kg56 kg
68 kg60 kg
74 kg64 kg
82 kg68 kg
90 kg72 kg
100 kg80 kg
+100 kg+80 kg

Championships (Seniors)

  • Since 1983, the Women's World Championships have started. Womens Results from 1996. Combat sambo from 2003. Share bronzes from 1990.
NumberYearDatesHostChampionEvents
1 1973 November 9–13 Tehran, Iran  Soviet Union 10
2 1974 July 26–28 Ulan Bator, Mongolia  Soviet Union 10
3 1979 December 11–14 Madrid, Spain  Soviet Union 10
4 1980 May 30–31 Madrid, Spain  Soviet Union 10
5 1981 February 28 – March 1 Madrid, Spain  Soviet Union 10
6 1982 July 3–4 Paris, France  Soviet Union 10
7 1983 September 30 – October 1 Kiev, Soviet Union  Soviet Union 10
8 1984 June 14–15 Madrid, Spain  Soviet Union 10
9 1985 September 19–21 San Sebastián, Spain  Soviet Union 10
10 1986 November 21–24 Saint-Jean-de-Luz, France  Soviet Union 10
11 1987 November Milan, Italy  Soviet Union 10
12 1988 December 1–5 Montreal, Canada  Soviet Union 10
13 1989 November 8–11 West Orange, United States  Soviet Union 10
14 1990 Moscow, Soviet Union  Soviet Union 10
15 1991 December 28-29 Montreal, Canada  Russia 10
16 1992 November 6–10 Herne Bay, England  Russia 10
17 1993 November 9–15 Kstovo, Russia  Russia 10
18 1994 October 7–9 Novi Sad, Yugoslavia  Russia 10
19 1995 Sofia, Bulgaria  Russia 9
20 1996 November 1–3 Tokyo, Japan  Russia 18
21 1997 October 10–12  Georgia Tbilisi, Georgia  Georgia 18
22 1998 October 16–18 Kaliningrad, Russia  Russia 18
23 1999 November 12–14 Gijón, Spain  Russia 18
24 2000 November 25 Kiev, Ukraine  Russia 18
25 2001 October 20–21 Krasnoyarsk, Russia  Russia 18
26 2002 November 26–29 Panama City, Panama  Russia 18
27 2003 October 18
November 6–10
Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France (Combat Sambo)
St. Petersburg, Russia
 Russia 27
28 2004 June 16–21
September 25–26
Prague, Czech Republic (Combat Sambo)
Chișinău, Moldova
 Russia 27
29 2005 October 21–23
November 11–14
Prague, Czech Republic (Combat Sambo)
Astana, Kazakhstan
 Russia 27
30 2006 September 30 – October 2
November 3–5
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (Combat Sambo)
Sofia, Bulgaria
 Russia 27
31 2007 November 7–11 Prague, Czech Republic  Russia 27
32 2008 November 13–17 St. Petersburg, Russia  Russia 27
33 2009 November 5–9 Thessaloniki, Greece  Russia 27
34 2010 November 4–8 Tashkent, Uzbekistan  Russia 27
35 2011 November 10–14 Vilnius, Lithuania  Russia 27
36 2012 November 8–12 Minsk, Belarus  Russia 27
37 2013 November 7–11 St. Petersburg, Russia  Russia 27
38 2014 November 20–24 Narita, Japan  Russia 27
39 2015 November 12–16 Casablanca, Morocco  Russia 27
40 2016 November 10–14 Sofia, Bulgaria  Russia 27
41 2017 November 9–13 Sochi, Russia  Russia 27
42 2018 November 8–12 Bucharest, Romania 27

Championships (Youth and Juniors )

1979 - in parallel with the World Championships for adults, the Junior World Championships were held.

http://www.sambounion.asia/en/post/sambo/history

All time medal table

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Total693693

See also

References

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