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ABDUSHARIPOV Rasul Name ABDUSHARIPOV Rasul
NOC TJK - Tajikistan Tajikistan Date of Birth 28 MAY 1990
Residence Gender Male
Height 170 cm Weight 66 kg
Discipline Judo

Judo

BiographiesResult
Start Date Start Time Event Score Results Opponent
Name NOC
20 SEP 2014 19 : 20 Men's -66 kg Contest for Bronze Medal A 000 : 100 Lose FARMONOV Mirzokhid UZB - Uzbekistan UZB
20 SEP 2014 Followed by Men's -66 kg Final of Repechage Table A 100 : 000 Win MA Duanbin CHN - China CHN
20 SEP 2014 Followed by Men's -66 kg Quarterfinal 000 : 101 Lose DAVAADORJ Tumurkhuleg MGL - Mongolia MGL
20 SEP 2014 Followed by Men's -66 kg Elimination Round of 16 100 : 000 Win KHOUSROF Mustafa Mohsen Yahya YEM - Yemen YEM

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocation
World Championships
17-66kg2013Rio de Janeiro, BRA
33-66kg2014Chelyabinsk, RUS
Grand Slam
5-66kg2013Moscow, RUS
IJF World Ranking
111-66kg2014

Detailed Information

Biography
Hobbies Spending time with his family. (Athlete, 23 Sep 2014)
Occupation Student
Higher education Tajik Institute of Physical Education, Dushanbe, TJK
Spouse & Children One son, one daughter
Languages Spoken Tajik
Coach Saydakhtam Rakhimov [national], TJK; Rakhmatullo Usmonov [personal], TJK, from 1997; Mustakim Aminov [personal], TJK, from 2011 (Athlete, 23 Sep 2014)
Position / Style Ipon seio nage (judobase.org, 25 Aug 2014)
International debut 2013 for Tajikistan (Athlete, 23 Sep 2014)
Additional Information Start of sporting career
He began the sport at age seven in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. (Athlete, 23 Sep 2014)

Ambitions
To become world and Olympic champion. (Athlete, 23 Sep 2014)

Training
He trains twice a day, three days a week. (Athlete, 23 Sep 2014)

Most memorable sporting achievement
Finishing fifth at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, Korea, and finishing fifth place at the 2013 Grand Slam in Moscow, Russia. (Athlete, 23 Sep 2014)

Hero
Greek judoka Ilias Iliadis. (Athlete, 23 Sep 2014)

Awards
In 2009 he suffered a knee injury during the Tajikistan championships. He underwent surgery and was out of action for about a year. (Athlete, 23 Sep 2014)