Fédération Internationale de Sambo

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International SAMBO Federation
Sport SAMBO
Jurisdiction International
Abbreviation FIAS
Founded 1984
Headquarters Lausanne, Switzerland
President Vasily Shestakov (RUS)
Official website
www.sambo.sport

International Federation of Amateur SAMBO (Fédération Internationale de SAMBO) is the world governing body for the sport of Sambo.[1]

Events[edit]

World Sambo Championships[edit]

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

Number Year Dates Host Champion Events Participating
countries
1 1973 September 6–11[2] Iran Tehran, Iran  Soviet Union 10 11
2 1974 July 26–28 Mongolia Ulan Bator, Mongolia  Soviet Union 10 5
1977 September – October Spain Canary Islands, Spain cancelled by the Spanish authorities[3]
3 1979 December 11–14 Spain Madrid, Spain  Soviet Union 10 11
4 1980 May 30–31 Spain Madrid, Spain  Soviet Union 10 11
5 1981 February 28 – March 1 Spain Madrid, Spain  Soviet Union 10 12
6 1982 July 3–4 France Paris, France  Soviet Union 10 11
7 1983 September 30 – October 1 Soviet Union Kyiv, Soviet Union  Soviet Union 10 8
8 1984 June 14–15 Spain Madrid, Spain  Soviet Union 10 10
9 1985 September 19–21 Spain San Sebastián, Spain  Soviet Union 10 11
10 1986 November 21–24 France Saint-Jean-de-Luz, France  Soviet Union 10 8
11 1987 November Italy Milan, Italy  Soviet Union 10 9
12 1988 December 1–5 Canada Montreal, Canada  Soviet Union 10 11
13 1989 November 8–11 United States West Orange, United States  Soviet Union 10 9
14 1990 December 7-10 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union  Soviet Union 10 18
15 1991 December 28-29 Canada Montreal, Canada  Soviet Union 10 8
16 1992 November 6–10 England Herne Bay, England  Russia 10 14
17 1993 November 9–15 Russia Kstovo, Russia  Russia 10 28
18 1994 October 7–9 Serbia and Montenegro Novi Sad, Yugoslavia  Russia 10 20
19 1995 September 1-3 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria  Russia 9 23
20 1996 November 1–3 Japan Tokyo, Japan  Russia 18 23
21 1997 October 10–12 Georgia (country) Tbilisi, Georgia Georgia (country) Georgia 18 20
22 1998 October 16–18 Russia Kaliningrad, Russia  Russia 18 20
23 1999 November 12–14 Spain Gijón, Spain  Russia 18 20
24 2000 November 25 Ukraine Kyiv, Ukraine  Russia 18 21
25 2001 October 20–21 Russia Krasnoyarsk, Russia  Russia 18 26
26 2002 November 26–29 Panama Panama City, Panama  Russia 18 19
27 2003 October 18
November 6–10
France Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France (Combat Sambo)
Russia St. Petersburg, Russia
 Russia 27 32
28 2004 June 16–21
September 25–26
Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic (Combat Sambo)
Moldova Chișinău, Moldova
 Russia 27 23
29 2005 October 21–23
November 11–14
Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic (Combat Sambo)
Kazakhstan Astana, Kazakhstan
 Russia 27 27
30 2006 September 30 – October 2
November 3–5
Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan (Combat Sambo)
Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria
 Russia 27 33
31 2007 November 7–11 Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic  Russia 27 43
32 2008 November 13–17 Russia St. Petersburg, Russia  Russia 27 48
33 2009 November 5–9 Greece Thessaloniki, Greece  Russia 27 46
34 2010 November 4–8 Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan  Russia 27 26
35 2011 November 10–14 Lithuania Vilnius, Lithuania  Russia 27 65
36 2012 November 8–12 Belarus Minsk, Belarus  Russia 27 64
37 2013 November 7–11 Russia St. Petersburg, Russia  Russia 27 70
38 2014 November 20–24 Japan Narita, Japan  Russia 27 82
39 2015 November 12–16 Morocco Casablanca, Morocco  Russia 27 80
40 2016 November 10–14 Bulgaria Sofia, Bulgaria  Russia 27 77
41 2017 November 9–13 Russia Sochi, Russia  Russia 27 90
42 2018 November 8–12 Romania Bucharest, Romania  Russia 27 80
43 2019 November 7–11 South Korea Cheongju, South Korea  Russia 27
44 2020 TBD Turkmenistan Ashgabat, Turkmenistan 27

Asian Sambo Championships[edit]

Asian Sambo Championships is main Sambo and Combat Sambo championships in the Asia. Organized by Asian Sambo Federation (ASF). The First official Asian SAMBO Championship was held in October 1992 in Vladivostok city (Russia). Nineteen (19) Asian SAMBO Championships had been held in the period from 1992 up to 2011. Asian Championships among men and women, youth and juniors are being held annually. In 2005 combat SAMBO (among men) was included into the program of Asian Championships. In 2008 the ASF at the first time held Championships of West and South East Asia in Damascus in 19-20 June and Bangkok in 12-13 July respectively. Central Asian Sambo Championships.

  • Seniors, Youth, Juniors. [M/F]
  • Combat SAMBO for Senior [M]
Number Year Host City, Country Events
10 2001
11 2002
12 2003
13 2004
14 2005
15 2006
16 2007
17 2008
18 2009
19 2010
20 2011 Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan
21 2012 Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan
22 2013 South Korea Seoul, South Korea
23 2014 Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan
24 2015 Kazakhstan Atyrau, Kazakhstan
25 2016 Turkmenistan Ashgabat, Turkmenistan 67
25 2017 Uzbekistan Tashkent, Uzbekistan 67

History[edit]

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.[4]

Organization[edit]

The following are members of the Fédération Internationale de Sambo.[5]

Africa - Confederation Africaine de Sambo Amateur
Candidate members
The Americas - Pan-American Amateur Sambo Federation
Candidate members
Asia - Asian Sambo Federation
Oceania - Australia/Oceania Sambo Federation
Europe - European Sambo Federation
Candidate members

Presidents[edit]

List of FIAS Presidents[6]
  • Spain Fernando Compte (1992-1997)
  • Japan Tomoyuki Horimai (1997-2005)
  • Russia Mikhail Tikhomirov (2005)
  • Russia Vladimir Putin (2005-2009)
  • United States David Rudman (2009-2013)
  • Russia Vasily Shestakov (2013-)

Events[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Green, Thomas A.; Svinth, Joseph R. (September 3, 2010). Martial Arts of the World: An Encyclopedia of History and Innovation. Books.google.co.uk. p. 512. ISBN 9781598842432.
  2. ^ Closing ceremony reportedly was held on September 15.
  3. ^ Tullius, Mike (October 7, 1977). "Sambo wrestler Pan-Am Champ". Chino Champion. Chino, California: 2.
  4. ^ "Sambo History - International Sambo Federation (FIAS)". Sambo.sport. Retrieved 3 September 2019.
  5. ^ "Members". Sambo.com. Retrieved 8 November 2017.
  6. ^ "Honorary Presidents". Sambo.com. Retrieved 8 November 2017.

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