Total prize winners of the tournament A1 RUSSIAN OPEN 2012 – RUSARTARHIV – 27-28 July 2012

” Completed the main start of the year. Was demonstrated excellent organization of the tournament, it is very decent job judging panel and, of course, clear and uncompromising struggle.

Well, because the main feature of the tournament was a record prize fund – $ 113,000, the main interest is the question, how many athletes were able to earn, speaking at this event?I must say, cash prizes ranging from $ 700 have exactly 40 (!) Arm wrestlers, a record for the competition in this sport.
The maximum possible amount – $ 23,000 – was announced long ago. Such a sum would amount to the prize for the first two places in his weight class and two first places in absolyutke. This amount has not won one since the two most important tournament favorite – Chicken and Denis Andrey Pushkar – decided not to waste your time to fight in their categories, and to fight only in absolyutke. As a result, Dennis has collected a record $ 20,000 for the first two places, and Andrew collected the second largest amount in this tournament – $ 14,000 for two second. The third-largest prize the result – $ 9,300 collected Rustam Babayev. Rustam was the only armrestlera in this tournament, which was able to get the prize in four weight classes. The first two places in the category, and 3rd and 7th place in absolyutke, despite the fact that in 4 categories, fought a number of well-known and more serious arm wrestlers, such as Alex Semerenko, Sergey Tokarev, Terrence Opperman, Gregory Smith and others . What amounts have been able to make the other participants of the tournament, you can see in the list below and make your own opinion of how profitable it was who participate in this tournament. I would particularly like to note that the seventh-largest prize – $ 3000 – could earn five players in the tournament, among them an athlete with a disability Yusupaliev Yusur and the winner in the category of “up to 65 kg of” women’s Smooth Irina. Prize of this size with disabilities and women in the history of arm wrestling has not been, and it opens up new horizons in the development of the sport. Very pleased that the arm wrestling moves smoothly on a commercial footing. The sport became more spectacular, the level of athletes has been steadily increasing, the process of training is becoming more professional and would like to see this process going on!

Total prize winners of the tournament at $ A1:

1. Tsyplenkov Denis, Russia, 20 000
2. Andrey Pushkar, Ukraine, 14000
3. Babaev, Rustam, Ukraine, 9300
4. Liliev Arsene, Russia, 6500
5. Sergey Tokarev, Ukraine, 5500
6. Ivan Matyushenko, Russia, 4000
7. Tsarikaev Alan, Russia, 3000
8. Zoloyev Khadzhimurat, Russia, 3000
9. Semerenko Alexey, Ukraine, 3000
10. Smooth Irina, Russia, 3000
11. Yusupaliev Yusur, Russia, 3000
12. Zhoh Oleg, Ukraine, 2600
13. Makeyev, Irina, Russia, 2500
14. Vaytkute Egle, Lithuania, 2500
15. Zita Hitag, Russia, 2200
16. Terrence Opperman, South Africa, 2000
17. Albegova Diana, Russia, 1700
18. Bondik Faith, Kazakhstan, 1700
19. Nurudin Omar, Russia, 1700
20. Bezkorovainy Dmitry, Ukraine, 1700
21. Ahpolov Azamat, Russia, 1700
22. Chagarov Kazbek, Russia, 1500
23. Tsoriev Dzambolat, Russia, 1500
24. Nuts Gregory, Russia, 1500
25. Robert Choma, Russia, 1500
26. Konstantin Smirnov, Belarus, 1100
27. Gazimagomedov Gazimagomed, Russia, 1000
28. Him Igor, Russia, 1000
29. Akbarov Vadim, Russia, 1000
30. Krasov Vadim, Ukraine, 1000
31. Zankarhanov Zelimkhan, Russia, 1000
32. Miromanova Alena, Russia, 700
33. Pismak Artem, Ukraine, 700
34. Tsahilov Taimuraz, Russia, 700
35. Chapukhmyan Armenia, Armenia, 700
36. Sharagovich Vyacheslav, Belarus, 700
37. Tsingule Jeanne, Latvia, 700
38. Kovalchuk, Alexander, Russia, 700
39. Roman Filippov, Russia, 700
40. Khalikov Nasir, Russia, 700


Author: Andrey Antonov “
Source: ironworld.ru
Translation: Google Translate
A1 Russian Open 2012 - Right Hand Absolute Class Winners & Prizes
A1 Russian Open 2012 – Right Hand Absolute Class Winners & Prizes │Photo by Andrew Franskevich – IronWorld.ru
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