Kazakhstan Became the Second in Jiu-Jitsu around Asia – The Department of Culture and Sports of Nur-Sultan city

Kazakhstan Became the Second in Jiu-Jitsu around Asia

22.07.2019

IV Asian Jiu-Jitsu Championship has been completed in the capital of Mongolia, Ulan Bator. Following the results of the tournament, athletes of the national team of Kazakhstan have won the second team place, having lost to the team from Thailand.

According to the results of the continental championship, the Kazakhstani jiu-jitsu athletes have won 7 gold, 4 silver and 5 bronze medals.

Gold:

1. Tlepova Aliya 62kg Fighting

2. Yessengaliyev Aibar + 94kg Fighting

3. Nurlybayev Zhenis 56kg Fighting

4. Zhanibek Abu-Bakir 62kg Fighting

5. Duvanova Galina 52kg Ne-Waza

6. Zharassov Dosbol 56kg Contact

7. Hamze Bakkuar 77kg Contact

Silver

1. Mekenbayeva Moldir 52kg Ne-Waza

2. Duisenkulov Nursultan 69kg Fighting

3. Hamze Bakkuar 77kg Fighting

4. Aitmukhanbetov Sanzhar 56kg Fighting

Bronze

1. Mamyshev Medetkhan, Filatov Victor Duo-System

2. Kussainov Ramazan 94kg Fighting

3. Bissaliyev Tynys +94kg Contact

4. Konyssov Kuandyk 56kg Ne-Waza

5. Nortayev Darkhan 62kg Ne-Waza

Thailand’s national team has won 22 gold, 16 silver and 9 bronze medals.

The hosts of the tournament awarded one gold medal to our athletes; the Mongolian national team has won 6 gold, 9 silver and 15 bronze medals.

IV Asian Jiu-Jitsu Championship is the main regional competition. This year, more than 500 athletes from 20 countries have taken part in the championship, about 20 judges from 13 countries have joined the judging panel.