Gadzhimurad Rashidov

Gadzhimurad Gazigandovich Rashidov (Russian: Гаджимурад Газигандович Рашидов, IPA: [ɡəd͡ʐʐɨmʊˈrat rɐˈʂɨdəf]; born 30 October 1995) is a Russian freestyle wrestler who competes at 65 kilograms. A heavily accomplished athlete, he is most notably the reigning World Champion (finalist in 2017 and 2018) and the reigning and three-time Russian National Champion.[2]2020 Summer Olympics bronze medalist at 65 kg.

Russian freestyle wrestler
In this Eastern Slavic naming convention, the patronymic is Gazigandovich and the family name is Rashidov.
Gadzhimurad Rashidov
Гаджимурад Рашидов

Rashidov in 2019
Personal information
Native name Гаджимурад Газигандович Рашидов
Full name Gadzhimurad Gazigandovich Rashidov
Nickname(s) All-American killer
Nationality  Russia
Born (1995-10-30) October 30, 1995 (age 26)
Gubden, Karabudakhkentsky District, Dagestan, Russia
Height 163 cm (5 ft 4 in)
Sport
Country  Russia
Sport Wrestling
Weight class 65 kg
Rank International master of sports
#1 in Russian rankings 57 kg. (until May 2016)[1]
Event(s) Freestyle
Club Kuramagomedov‘s wrestling academy
Coached by Gazigand Rashidov, Sadrudin Aigubov, Kuramagomed Kuramagomedov
Medal record
Men’s freestyle wrestling
Representing ROC
Olympic Games
2020 Tokyo 65 kg
Representing  Russia
World Championships
2019 Nur-Sultan 65 kg
2018 Budapest 61 kg
2017 Paris 61 kg
World Cup
2019 Yakutsk 65 kg
2016 Los Angeles 57 kg
European Championships
2018 Kaspiysk 61 kg
2016 Riga 57 kg
Russian Championships
2021 Ulan-Ude 65 kg
2020 Naro-Fominsk 65 kg
2019 Sochi 65 kg
2017 Nazran 61 kg
Golden Grand Prix Ivan Yarygin
2018 Krasnoyarsk 61 kg
2017 Krasnoyarsk 61 kg
2019 Krasnoyarsk 65 kg
2016 Krasnoyarsk 57 kg
European Nations Cup
2015 Moscow 61 kg
Military World Games
2019 Wuhan 65 kg
U23 European Championships
2017 Szombathely 61 kg
Junior World Championships
2015 Salvador 60 kg
2014 Zagreb 60 kg
Cadet World Championships
2012 Baku 54 kg
2011 Szombathely 50 kg

Nicknamed the All-American killer, Rashidov holds an undefeated 5-0 record against American wrestlers, who combine fifteen All-American honors and nine NCAA Division I National titles.[3]

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Rashidov was born and raised in the Gubden village, Dagestan. He started wrestling at the age of six on his home, under his father Gazigand Rashidov and training with his brother Shamil. That same year, he won his first medal, in a local tournament that took place in memory of the victims from the Gurbuki village during World War II.

After finishing high school in 2011, he moved to Kaspiysk, and started training at Gamidov’s Wrestling Academy, in Makhachkala. As the trips from his house to the school were too long, he switched to Kuramagomedov’s wrestling academy, which is located in Kaspiysk, under Said Gireyev and his father.[4]

Rashidov was a two-time Cadet World Champion in 2011 and 2012, and a two-time Junior World Championship silver medalist, in 2014 and 2015.[5]

Rashidov made his senior freestyle debut in 2012, when he placed third at the Ali Aliev Memorial International.[6] In 2015, after placing fifth at the Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix,[7] Rashidov claimed a bronze medal at the Russian Nationals,[8] and then went on to help the Russian Team win gold at the European Nations Cup.

To start off the year, Rashidov dropped down from 61 to 57 kilograms, and claimed a bronze medal from the Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix in January.[9] He then became the ’16 European Champion, racking up notable wins over Asadulla Lachinau and two-time Cadet World ChampionAndriy Yatsenko.[10] On May, he competed at the Russian Nationals, where after remarkably defeating ’14 Junior World ChampionAzamat Tuskaev, the Dagestan National Team decided to withdraw all the Dagestani wrestlers from the championship, after frustration due to the final decision regarding the conflict between Viktor Lebedev and Ismail Musukaev, which led to a forfeit from Rashidov.[11][12]

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