Aleksandr Karelin

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Aleksandr Karelin
Medal record
Men's Greco-Roman warstlinAleksandr Karelin WCG-2013.jpg
Olympic Gemmes
Representin  Soviet Union
Gowd medal – first place 1988 Seoul Super hivywecht
Representin Olympic flag.svg Unified Team
Gowd medal – first place 1992 Barcelona Super hivywecht
Representin  Roushie
Gowd medal – first place 1996 Atlanta Super hivywecht
Siller medal – seicont place 2000 Sydney 97 – 130 kg
Warld Championships
Gowd medal – first place Martigny 1989 Up tae 130 kg
Gowd medal – first place Ostia 1990 Up tae 130 kg
Gowd medal – first place Varna 1991 Up tae 130 kg
Gowd medal – first place Stockholm 1993 Up tae 130 kg
Gowd medal – first place Tampere 1994 Up tae 130 kg
Gowd medal – first place Prague 1995 Up tae 130 kg
Gowd medal – first place Wroclaw 1997 Up tae 130 kg
Gowd medal – first place Gävle 1998 Up tae 130 kg
Gowd medal – first place Athens 1999 Up tae 130 kg
European Championships
Gowd medal – first place Kolbotyn 1988 Up tae 130 kg
Gowd medal – first place Oulu 1989 Up tae 130 kg
Gowd medal – first place Poznań 1990 Up tae 130 kg
Gowd medal – first place Aschaffenburg 1991 Up tae 130 kg
Gowd medal – first place Copenhagen 1992 Up tae 130 kg
Gowd medal – first place Istanbul 1993 Up tae 130 kg
Gowd medal – first place Athens 1994 Up tae 130 kg
Gowd medal – first place Besançon 1995 Up tae 130 kg
Gowd medal – first place Budapest 1996 Up tae 130 kg
Gowd medal – first place Minsk 1998 Up tae 130 kg
Gowd medal – first place Sofia 1999 Up tae 130 kg
Gowd medal – first place Moscow 2000 Up tae 130 kg

Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Karelin, or simply Alrelin, (Roushie: Александр Александрович Карелин; born September 19, 1967 in Novosibirsk, Roushie SFSR) is a Hero o the Roushie Federation an wis a dominant Greco-Roman warstler for the Soviet Union an Roushie. Universally considered the greatest Greco-Roman warstler o aw time,[1][2] he wan gowd medals at the 1988, 1992 an 1996, as well as a siller in the 2000 Olympic Gemmes. Karelin's warstlin record is 887 wins an anly twa losses in his entire sport career.[3]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Encyclopedia – Britannica Online Encyclopedia. Original.britannica.com. Retrieved on 2011-02-09.
  2. "Karelin loses first-ever international match". Summer Olympics 2000. Static.espn.go.com. 27 September 2000. Archived frae the original on 21 September 2011. Retrieved 9 Februar 2011.
  3. "The World's Five Greatest Athletes No One Knows"/"Alexander Karelin"