Armenia, Belarus, Turkmenistan and hosts Russia all tasted victory as action got underway today at the Sambo World Cup in Moscow.
A total of 300 sambo athletes from 27 countries are set to compete at the A.A Kharlampiev Memorial event this weekend in Moscow.
Georgian athletes have topped the newly-released International Sambo Federation (FIAS) world rankings in four of the nine men’s weight categories.
A delegation of 11 Chinese sport experts have visited Moscow for a seminar and training camp organised by the International Sambo Federation (FIAS).
A Russian budget airline boss has said staff will be trained in sambo to help them should passengers become aggressive.
International Military Sports Council (CISM) President Abdul Hakeem Al Shino has expressed the organisation's hope that sambo will be included on the programme for future editions of the Summer Military World Games.
International Sambo Federation (FIAS) President Vasily Shestakov has visited Nicaragua as part of his bid to popularise the sport in the Central American region.
International Sambo Federation (FIAS) President Vasily Shestakov believes airline staff should learn the martial art to combat drunk passengers in the sky.
International Sambo Federation (FIAS) executive supervisor Sergey Tabakov has praised organisers of the recent Russian President's Sambo Cup in Tokyo.
A conference on how to integrate scientific methods into sambo and other martial arts has been held in Moscow.
World champion Oleg Babgoev has revealed he had one eye on the upcoming Russian National Championships when he moved up weight categories to win under 82 kilograms gold at last week’s Open Sambo Championships for the prizes of the President of the Republic of Belarus in Minsk.
An online competition registration system introduced by the International Sambo Federation (FIAS) is now fully operational for events in 2017.
Three-time Pan American sambo champion Zaira Laguna has been handed a special award by the Nicaraguan Association of Sports Journalists in recognition of her sporting achievements.
A Sambo tournament for competitors with hearing disabilities has taken place for the first time.
Vasily Shestakov, the President of the International Sambo Federation (FIAS), has been awarded one of the highest honours in Japan.