Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 20. Chapters: Aleksandr Ivanitsky, Aleksandr Karelin, Aleksandr Medved, Aleksey Shumakov, Alfred Ter-Mkrtychyan, Anatoli Beloglazov, Anatoly Albul, Anatoly Bykov (wrestler), Anatoly Kolesov, Anatoly Parfyonov, Anatoly Roshchin, Arsen Fadzayev, Arsen Mekokishvili, Artem Teryan, August Englas, Avtandil Koridze, Boris Maksovich Gurevich, Boris Mikhaylovich Gurevich, David Gobejishvili, David Rudman (wrestler), David Tsimakuridze, Gennady Korban, Georgi Skhirtladze, Givi Kartozia, Grigory Gamarnik, Guram Sagaradze, Ilya Mate, Ivan Bohdan, Ivan Yarygin, Johannes Kotkas, Kamandar Madzhidov, Khazar Isayev, Konstantin Vyrupayev, Leri Khabelov, Levan Tediashvili, Levon Julfalakyan, Magomedgasan Abushev, Makharbek Khadartsev, Mikhail Mamiashvili, Mirian Tsalkalamanidze, Nikolay Balboshin, Nikolay Grigoryevich Belov, Nikolay Solovyov, Oleg Karavayev, Oleksandr Kolchynskiy, Pavel Pinigin, Rashid Mammadbeyov, Roman Dmitriyev, Roman Rurua, Rustam Kazakov, Savkuz Dzarasov, Saypulla Absaidov, Sergei Beloglazov, Shalva Chikhladze, Shamil Khisamutdinov, Shamil Serikov, Shazam Safin, Soslan Andiyev, Stepan Sarkisyan, Suren Nalbandyan, Vakhtang Blagidze, Valentin Nikolayev (wrestler), Valery Rezantsev, Vitaly Konstantinov, Vladimir Rubashvili, Vladimir Yumin, Volodymyr Synyavskyy, Vugar Orujov, Yakov Punkin, Zagalav Abdulbekov, Zhaksylyk Ushkempirov. Excerpt: David Rudman (born April 13, 1943) is a former Soviet wrestling champion, Sambo world champion, and judo European champion. Rudman is Jewish, and was born in Kuibyshev (now Samara, Russia). He later emigrated to the United States, and lives in New York. He was a member of the sport association "Dynamo". In 1965–69 and 1973, he was the USSR Wrestling Champion at 70 kg. He was second in the USSR championship at 70 kg in 1970–72, and third in 1974. In 1967, he was the Champion of the first International Sambo Tournament, at 70 kg. Rudman describes sambo as "is a combination of many forms of martial arts, designed to give Soviet soldiers the edge in combat fighting". In 1973, he was the first World Champion in the weight category up to 68 kg. He is a six-time USSR sambo champion. In 1969, he was the European Judo Champion in individual competition as a light-middleweight (U70), winning all of his matches in Ostend, Belgium, ahead of Antoni Zajkowski and Czeslaw Kur of Poland, and Patrick Vial of France. He won a bronze medal in the 1969 World Judo Championships in Mexico City in the U70 weight class. In 1970, he was part of the European Team Judo Champion at the championships in Berlin, fighting in the U70 weight class. Rudman founded and served as director of the "Sambo-70" sports school in the Cheremushki District of Moscow. He has been President of the American Amateur Sambo Federation since 2004, and President of the Federation International Amateur Sambo since 2005. Rudman is an Honored Master of Sports of the USSR, and an Honored Coach of the USSR. Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Karelin, or simply Alexander Karelin, (Russian: ; born September 19, 1967 in Novosibirsk, Russian SFSR) is a Hero of the Russian Federation and was a dominant Greco-Roman wrestler for the Soviet Union and Russia. Universally considered the greatest Greco-Roman wrestler of all time, he won gold medals at the 1988, 1992 and 1996 Olympic Games. Karelin was born as a 6.8 kg (15 lb) baby. Karelin ho
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