Anatoly Laryukov

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Anatoly Laryukov
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Personal information
Born October 28, 1970 (1970-10-28) (age 44)
Vladikavkaz, Russia

Anatoly Laryukov (Russian: Анатолий Владимирович Ларюков; born October 28, 1970 in Vladikavkaz) is a Russian and Belarusian judoka. At the 2000 Summer Olympics he won the bronze medal in the men's lightweight (66–73 kg) category, together with Vsevolods Zelonijs of Latvia. This was Belarus' first-ever Olympic medal in the sport.

Has finished career in 2004.

Since November 2006 till November 2008 — the Head coach of the Russian National Women Judo Team.

Since 2009 — the Sports Director of Russian Judo Federation.

Since 2013 — the Chief of Department of Russian Judo Federation.

Achievements[edit]

  • The bronze medal winner of the Olympic Games in Sydney (2000)
  • The first Belarus judoka who won a medal on Olympic Games.
  • The 17-th champion and the prize-winner of World Cups.
  • The champion of Europe (2002).
  • The champion of Europe among juniors (1990).
  • The champion of the CIS (1992).
  • The champion of Russia (1996).
  • The participant of the Olympic Games in Athenes 2004.
Year Tournament Place Weight class
2004 European Club Cup final, Abensberg 1 73 kg
2004 A-Tournament, Minsk 3 73 kg
2004 German World Open, Hamburg 5 73 kg
2004 Super A-Tournament Tournoi de Paris, Paris 3 73 kg
2003 European Club Cup final, Haarlem 3 73 kg
2003 European Championships, Düsseldorf 3 73 kg
2003 A-Tournament, Tallinn 3 73 kg
2002 World Masters, Bucharest 2 73 kg
2002 Grand Prix, Moscow 3 73 kg
2002 European Team Championships, Maribor 2 73 kg
2002 European Championships, Maribor 1 73 kg
2002 A-Tournament, Warsaw 3 73 kg
2001 Presidents Cup, Novokuznetsk 3 73 kg
2001 European Club Cup final, Haarlem 1 73 kg
2001 Grand Prix, Moscow 2 73 kg
2001 A-Tournament, Minsk 1 73 kg
2001 World Masters, Munich 1 73 kg
2001 International Tournament, Tallinn 1 73 kg
2000 Sydney Olympic Games, Sydney 3 73 kg
2000 A-Tournament, Minsk 3 73 kg
2000 Polish Open, Warsaw 3 73 kg
2000 A-Tournament Budapest Bank Cup, Budapest 7 73 kg
1999 World Championships, Birmingham 7 73 kg
1999 A-Tournament, Minsk 1 73 kg
1999 Grand Prix Cittа di Roma, Roma 5 73 kg
1999 A-Tournament Budapest Bank Cup, Budapest 1 73 kg
1998 Russian Championships, Kstovo 2 73 kg
1998 World Championships Teams, Minsk 3 73 kg
1998 Trofeo Internazionale «Guido Sieni», Sassari 1 73 kg
1997 Russian Championships, Moscow 2 71 kg
1997 European Championships, Ostend 2 71 kg
1997 Czech Cup, Prague 2 71 kg
1997 International Tournament, Moscow 1 71 kg
1997 B-Tournament, Minsk 1 71 kg
1996 Russian Championships, Perm 1 71 kg
1996 European Team Championships, Saint Petersburg 3 71 kg
1996 International Tournament, Moscow 1 71 kg
1995 Russian Championships, Ryazan 3 71 kg
1995 International Tournament, Moscow 1 71 kg
1994 Russian Championships, Krasnoyarsk 3 71 kg
1994 International Tournament, Moscow 3 71 kg
1993 International Tournament, Moscow 3 71 kg
1992 CIS Championships, Ryazan 1 71 kg
1990 European Junior Championships, Ankara 1 71 kg
1988 International Junior Tournament «Friendship», Pyongyang 2 65 kg

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