RESULTS: ZLOTY TUR / NEMIROFF WORLD CUP, PROFESSIONAL ARMWRESTLING WORLD CUP

Igor Mazurenko - 1st Zloty Tur 2000 │ Photo Source: Armpower.NET [edited by XSportNews]
Igor Mazurenko – 1st Zloty Tur 2000 │ Photo Source: Armpower.NET [edited by XSportNews]
One week ago, on 20 February 2015, “ZLOTY TUR” celebrated its 15th birthday – armpower.net.
Below you can click to see the articles and the results from this professional armwrestling world cup:

The name has changed along with the tournament, as has the location and the prizes – higher each year.

The prizes grew with each year:
2000 – 1 200 $
2001 – 2 100 $
2002 – 5 750 $
2003 – 6 250 $
2004 – 7 300 $
2005 – 9 800 $
2006 – 10 600 $
2007 – 19 700 $
2008 – 19 700 $
2009 – 21 800 $
2010 – 26 000 $
2011 – 26 000 $
2012 – 31 400 $
2013 – 31 400 $
2014 – cancelled
2015 – 34 200 $
2016 – 37 000 $

The Cup has been hosted in many places:
2000 – 20 February, TORNADO, Gdynia
2001 – 10 March, GEMINI CENTER, Gdynia
2002 – 02 March, GEMINI CENTER, Gdynia
2003 – 01 March, CASINOS POLAND, HYATT HOTEL, Warsaw
2004 – 06 November, MARRIOTT HOTEL, Warsaw
2005 – 29 October, CASINOS POLAND, HYATT HOTEL, Warsaw
2006 – 02 December, CASINOS POLAND, HYATT HOTEL, Warsaw
2007 – 30 November – 01 December, CASINO OLYMPIC SUNRISE, HILTON HOTEL, Warsaw
2008 – 07-08 November CASINO OLYMPIC SUNRISE, HILTON HOTEL, Warsaw
2009 – 06-07 November, CASINO OLYMPIC SUNRISE, HILTON HOTEL, Warsaw
2010 – 05-06 November, SHERATON HOTEL, Sopot
2011 – 14-15 October, MCC MAZURKAS CONFERENCE CENTRE Ożarów Mazowiecki, near Warsaw
2012 – 10-11 November, HOTEL INTERCONTINENTAL, Warsaw
2013 – 09-10 November, HOTEL WESTIN, Warsaw
2014 – cancelled
2015 – 21-22 November, SPORT HALL MOSIR RUMIA, Rumia, Poland
2016 – 19-20 November, SPORT HALL MOSIR RUMIA, Rumia, Poland
2017 – 18-19 November, SPORT HALL MOSIR RUMIA, Rumia, Poland

The open category winners have earned a permanent place in the history of armwrestling:
2000 – Right hand: Hrygorij Bondaruk (Ukraine)
2001 – Right hand: Jan Germanus (Slovak Republic)
2002 – Right hand: Alexey Voevoda (Russia)
2003 – Right hand: Alexey Voevoda (Russia)
2004 – Right hand: Alexey Voevoda (Russia)
2005 – Right hand: Travis Bagent (USA)
2006 – Right hand: John Brzenk (USA)
2007 – Right hand: John Brzenk (USA), Left hand: Andrey Pushkar (Ukraine)
2008 – Right hand: John Brzenk (USA), Left hand: Denis Cyplenkov (Russia)
2009 – Right hand: John Brzenk (USA), Left hand: Denis Cyplenkov (Russia)
2010 – Right hand: Denis Cyplenkov (Russia), Left hand: Denis Cyplenkov (Russia)
2011 – Right hand: Denis Cyplenkov (Russia), Left hand: Andrey Pushkar (Ukraine)
2012 – Right hand: Andrey Pushkar (Ukraine), Left hand: Andrey Pushkar (Ukraine)
2013 – Right hand: Andrey Pushkar (Ukraine), Left hand: Denis Cyplenkov (Russia)
2014 – cancelled
2015 – Right hand: Andrey Pushkar (Ukraine), Left hand: Andrey Pushkar (Ukraine)
2016 – Right hand: Andrey Pushkar (Ukraine), Left hand: Andrey Pushkar (Ukraine)

Source: armpower.net [with updates by XSportNews]

See more photos from the first historical “Zloty Tur” tournament (I Zloty Tur Cup 2000) on ► Armpower.NET

2001 Zloty Tur Armwrestling Championship

Source: Allen Fisher

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