Rekhtin Maxim

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Rekhtin Maxim
Born Rekhtin Maxim Sergeevich
(1994-06-09) 9 June 1994 (age 23)
Occupation athlete, dancer, journalist, presenter, blogger

Rekhtin Maxim (Russian: Рехтин Максим, born 9 June 1994) - Kazakhstan athlete, dancer, journalist, presenter, and blogger. "Champion of the Republic of Kazakhstan", "Master of Sports of the Republic of Kazakhstan", "Member of two World Championships" (2009, 2011), "Asian Championships Finalist" (2010) – in sport (ballroom) dancing. Journalist, interviewed many Kazakh, Russian and international celebrities. Creator of the online video project of "Dance Sport Federation of Kazakhstan" and their own video blog.

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Titles and achievements[edit]

  • The best Host 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012 – "The Almaty Festival of Arts of Youth"
  • "Bronze Winner of the Republic of Kazakhstan" (three times) – in sport (ballroom) dancing.
  • "Vice-Champion of the Republic of Kazakhstan" (three times) – in sport (ballroom) dancing.
  • "Dancer of the year of the Republic of Kazakhstan" 2009 (Juniors 2, Standard) – in sport (ballroom) dancing.
  • "Champion of the Republic of Kazakhstan" – in sport (ballroom) dancing.
  • "The winner of the Open Championship of the Kyrgyz Republic" – in sport (ballroom) dancing.
  • "The Asia Championship Finalist" – in sport (ballroom) dancing.
  • "Candidate for Master of Sports of the Republic of Kazakhstan" – in sport (ballroom) dancing (equates to nationally ranked dancer).
  • "Master of Sports of the Republic of Kazakhstan" – in sport (ballroom) dancing (equates to national champion).

Sporting achievements[edit]

Competition Partner Place, Year Result
British Junior Festival Anastassiya Yermolayeva Blackpool,England/2008 Best result 18(80)
IDSF World Junior II Standard Zarina Nizamutdinova Jyväskylä,Finland/2009 39(59)
Junior Blackpool Festival Zarina Nizamutdinova Blackpool,England/2010 Best result 25(139)
IDSF Asian Youth Championship Standard Marya Kupryancheva Hong Kong,China/2010 5(13)
IDSF World Youth Standard Marya Kupryancheva Riga,Latvia/2011 39(62)

Notes[edit]

1. http://www.msn.kg/ru/news/34703/