|Born||October 28, 1970 (age 43)
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 2009 — the Sports Director of Russian Judo Federation.
Since 2013 — the Chief of Department of Russian Judo Federation.
- 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.
|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|
- Anatoly Laryukov at JudoInside.com
- Anatoly Laryukov at Sports Reference
- 1-st CIS Championships results
- Belarus Judo
- The Famous Men's of Arhonskaya
- Database Olympics
- Videos Laryukov vs Maddaloni
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