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30/09/2015 - 16.24

Report: World Diamond Cup 2015

by Rishat Sayapov

Anapa, Russia, hosted the WAKO World Cup Diamond from 22nd to 27th September 2015.
WAKO Russian team won the first all-command place. Second placeto the team of Belarus, and the third one to Uzbekistan. This year about 1200 representatives from 26 countries attended the event in a combative forum. 

During the final gala in K-1 style at 52 kg it was celebrated the victory of the prize-winner of the championship of Russia-2014, champion of Russia among students 2014, Victoria Istekhovskaya (Russia), who defeated another champion of Russia, owner of the World Cup 2013 Gulnara Asylguzhina (Russia).

In the final gala in the style "full-contact" 60 kg the world champion 2013 Aztemir Borsov (Russia) beated the champion of Tunisia, Omar Elkamel (Tunisia) and got "gold".
In category to 75 kg the 5th times champion of Tunisia, the champion of the African countries, the prize-winner of the World Cup-2013, Hadia Hamdi (Tunisia),  stopped the three-time winner of the Southern Federal District, Mikhail Karpov (Russia).

In gala final in the style "low-kick" to 63,5 kg wasn't equal to the prize-winner of the World Cup 2013, Artem Artemyev (Russia), who won over the prize-winner of the championship of Asia 2014 Redzhepkuli Atayev (Turkmenistan). In category to 86 kg first place was won by the winner of the World Cup, the champion of the Republic of Belarus, Timur Mamedov (Belarus), second place to the champion of Azerbaijan, Tabdik Yusibov (Azerbaijan).  In the final to 67 kg the world champion in K-1, the champion of the Republic of Belarus, Dmitry Varets (Belarus) didn't leave chances of victory to the prize-winner of the championship of Russia on K-1, Vladislav Ukrainets (Russia).

In category to 75 and 91 kg the victory was celebrated by Russians the prize-winner of the World Cup Danil Vannik and the prize-winner of championship of Russia, the champion of the Ulyanovsk region on K-1 Vitaly Filippov who won the opponents of the prize-winner of the Republic of Belarus on K-1, Klim Heorkhi (Belarus), and the champion of Azerbaijan, Orchan Malikov (Azerbaijan), respectively.