Russian sambists should not expect to revel in the same successes as 2018, when the International Sambo Federation (FIAS) World Sambo Championships begin here in Cheongju tomorrow.
The Demonstration group on Blind Sambo will put on a performance for their international colleagues here in Cheongju, as part of the World Sambo Championships.
China added another two gold medals at the Wheelchair Fencing World Championships in South Korea, with their men's foil team and women's epee team – both Rio 2016 champions – taking the overall total to 10 in Cheongju, South Korea.
Russia's Alexander Kurzin broke the Chinese gold run at the Wheelchair Fencing World Championships in Cheongju, South Korea, winning a massively competitive men’s sabre B event.
Italian 22-year-old Beatrice Vio broke the Chinese and British stranglehold on the Wheelchair Fencing World Championships at Cheongju, making a successful defence of her women’s foil B title.
Dimitri Coutya successfully defended his epee B title at the Wheelchair Fencing World Championships in Cheungju, South Korea, on a day when China racked up another three titles.
More than 200 competitors have converged on Cheongju in South Korea for the Wheelchair Fencing World Championships which start tomorrow and run until September 23.