Yakutia 24 TV channel with the reference to the All-Russian Mas-Wrestling Federation: Athletes from the republic took medal places at the mas-wrestling contest that took place in Suzdal on November 2 and 3.
Leonid Neustroev and Arylkhan Egorov took the first and second place in the competition. In the weight category of 70 kilograms, Vasily Zakharov and Gavril Kirillin took gold and bronze. Aisen Botuyev and Nikolai Sergeev took the first and third place in the weight category of 80 kilograms. Daniil Nazarchuk and Arian Myarin won gold and silver in the weight category of 90 kilograms. Ayan Samsonov and Nikita Tatarinov – the first and second place (105 kilograms). Evgeny Popov and Alexander Prokoshin – the first and second place (more than 105 kilograms).
Also, the women’s team from Yakutia won several prizes in competitions. In the weight category of 50 kilograms, Anastasia Sokolova and Roksana Sleptsova took the first and third place. Keskileene Fedotova Alena Akakieva shared the third place in the weight category of 60 kilograms. Polina Gabaidulina and Anna Yakovleva received silver and bronze (70 kilograms). Maria Nanova took the third place in the weight category of 80 kilograms and Saina Tomskaya also took the third place in the weight category of more than 80 kilograms.
In addition, the competition was attended by the Yakut athletes born in 2002 – 2004, who also won prizes in the championship. Klim Nikitin won gold in the weight category of 50 kilograms. Vladimir Mokhnachevsky and Alexander Tarasov took the first and third place in the weight category of 60 kilograms. Sergey Borisov and George Timofeev took the second and third place (70 kilograms), Harry Sdvizhkov took gold (80 kilograms), Erkhan Kuzmin and Saryal Antonov took gold and bronze (more than 80 kilograms).
Regina Alexandrova and Lyudmila Mokhnachevskaya took the first and second places in the weight category of 50 kilograms. Faina Dmitrieva took the first place in the weight category of 60 kilograms. Sayyyna Kandinskaya and Ekaterina Dobrinskaya received gold and bronze (70 kilograms), Tatyana Baisheva received gold (more than 70 kilograms).
It is reported that the largest teams, participating in the competition, came from Yakutia and the Chuvash Republic.
The winners of this championship will be part of the Russian youth mas-wrestling team to defend the honor of Russia in 2020 at the 1st CIS Games in Kazan.