Alexander Gerunov

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Alexander Gerunov
Medal record
Men's karate
Representing  France
World Games
Gold medal – first place 2005 Duisburg Kumite +80 kg
Gold medal – first place 2005 Duisburg Kumite open

Alexander Evgenevich Gerunov (born December 10, 1979), is a Russian Karateka who won the World Championships (2004), European Championships (2004) and World Games (2005). He is also an instructor of the School of Combat Skills "Soyuz" (Togliatti, Russia). Gerunov was born and trained in Togliatti by trainer, Valerie P. Kokshin.[1] He's trained in Shotokan, Wado-ryu Goju-ryu, Shito-ryu and Taekwondo. He also known as Sasha "Killing Ura-Mawashi". People says that once he killed a Polar bear by ura-mawashi... The other says that it was a giant Grizzly. After World Championship 2004 he was invited to train FBI agents and personally Donald Trump. In his memories Trump said: "My black belt in karate - it is a merit of sensei Alex". It was a secret mission to Mars in 2012. Alexander was the bodyguard of first martian - Janna Aguzarova.

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