Soslan Ramonov became the champion of the VI World Military Games

Wed, 07/10/2015 - 18:35

The athlete from South Ossetia Soslan Ramonov became the champion of the VI World Summer Army Games in freestyle wrestling, which take place in Mungyeong (South Korea) in the framework of the World Council of the Army Sports (CISM).
As IA "Res" has been informed at the press service of the Committee for Youth Policy, Sports and Tourism of South Ossetia, the athlete performed in the weight class up to 70 kilograms.
In wrestling in the class up to 70 kilograms the gold of games won Soslan Ramonov, who is a member of the national team of the Russian Federation. In the final, he won a landslide victory over the sportsman from Azerbaijan Dzhoshgun Asimov.
Soslan Ramonov - the champion of Russia and the world, is trained in Moscow Central Army Sports Club by the South Ossetian freestyle wrestling trainers Stanislaus Ramonov and Anatoly Margiev.
The World Summer Army Games are held every 4 years. This year the games involved more than 8,500 athletes from 130 countries. The Games are held annually under the auspices of the International Military Sports Council (CISM). CISM is one of the largest international sports organizations, which represents 133 countries. The purpose of the organization focused on the armed forces of all countries is the promotion of sports competitions to strengthening peace in the world. "Friendship through Sport" - this is the motto of the CISM. Originally the CISM included France, Belgium, Denmark, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. Today, this organization is one of the world's largest sports organizations, officially recognized by the International Olympic Committee and the United.

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