... Once in humorous broadcast «OSP-Studio» Alexander Karelin was asked to demonstrate one of the wrestling techniques. Karelin said - «O'k» and shook anchorman's Sergei Belogolovtsev hand, shook so hard, that it seemed that anchorman's bones have crunched . «This is first wrestling position, - commented Karelin - each encounter, as training so competitional, begins with a handshake, strong, confident, because each of the opponents demonstrates in the first approaching his standards, his determination to win ...
Albina Ahatova: In Novosibirsk I have already begun the preparations for the World Championship-2011 which will be in Khanty-Mansiysk
Olympic Champion 2006, the winner of Games 1998 and 2002 Biathlon Albina Ahatova, who together with Catherine Yurieva and Dmitry Yaroshenko is currently waiting for the verdict of the International Biathlon Union in the case of the use of prohibited substances, has already begun the preparation training in Novosibirsk. Albina Ahatova herself told the Agency of sport information “The whole sport” about the reasons of such a choice.
Villi Haapasalo: I like to live and work in Russsia
The honorable inhabitant of Novosibirsk, the three times Olympic gold winner, the Russian Hero Aleksander Karelin becomes one of the participants of the joint Russian-Finnish project “Across Russia”.
Next Karelin Prize Tournament will take place in Novosibirsk.
Yesterday the Governor of the Novosibirsk region Victor Tolokonskii had a meeting with the Russian Hero and the three times Olympic Gold winner Aleksander Karelin. Future plans for the organization in Novosibirsk of the 18-th International Tournament “Karelin Prize” in Greco-Roman wrestling were discussed.
Newspaper Hokkaido Simbun
SHOCK FROM COMMUNICATION WITH THE “STRONGEST PERSON IN THE WORLD”
The three times champion of the Olympic Games in Greek-Roman wrestling Alexander Karelin is now in good form.
TRIP TO JAPAN
Russian Parliament deputies responsible for the development of relations with foreign countries and for the exchange of experiences with their counterparts abroad have visited Japan.