Saturday, October 31, 2015


Try Sport Sambo/Combat Sambo

British Sombo Federation
UKSport Governing Body
Want to learn the various forms of Sambo?
Want to be a
Sambo Instructor?
Have you some Grappling experience?
Then contact
one of the British Sombo Federation Coaches
President Martin Clarke
UK National Sport Sambo Coach
John Clarke

English President Colin Carrott

Oleg Sibilev

UK National Combat Sambo Coach
Matthew Clempner

Allan Clarkin 

Adam Lindop / Sue Cook

Yorkshire Sambo


Paul Sawyer

Adam Dodds

Barry Gibson

Darren Richardson
Vadim Kolganov

Scottish President Robin Hyslop
Northern Ireland  President Chris St John

Gary Clarke


Oleg Sibilev

Oleg Sibilev originally comes from Russia where he competed at Sambo and later Combat Sambo. He not only studied the Sporting aspect of Sambo but also Self Defence side of the style. He has been well involved in Judo since 1981 and started off his training at the Batir Olympic Reserve Judo club in the USSR. He has competed in many major Judo events around the USSR managing to win medals in the majority of competitions that he was entered in. He took a break in 1994 from sports and returned to Judo in 2002, by 2007 he joined T&M gym as Head wrestling coach training cage fighters. In 2011 he progressed to a Sports and Combat Sambo coach at Nemisis Gym, followed by joining the British CombatSombo Association which is affiliated to the the British Sombo Federation the UKSport Governing Body  in 2012. His career changed again in 2013, when he changed to Karma gym as a Head Sambo Coach and where he continues to train till the present day. He started competing again in 2014 and by 2015 he became a British Masters Champion in Sport Sambo , showing great dedication and passion which he continues till today.
Oleg now holds a British Passport and is allowed to compete for Great Britain which he did competing in the World Masters in Israel. He is a valued member of the British CombatSombo Association and his Mixed Style Sambo is attracting many members for lots of different countries 

Friday, October 30, 2015


A Quest for the Holy Grail or a Trip to World Masters

A 21st.Century Quest For The Holy Grail
Have you heard the one about an Englishman, an Irishman and a Scotsman? Well this tale of valour and courage concerns four Englishman, and an Irishman and is told through the eyes of Sir Colin the Elder.
Day One
 The 22nd. Day Of October In The Year Of Our Lord 2015
With heavy heart, I leave our small homestead in the village of Folkestone, to begin my epic journey. My voyage will take me past the Badlands of our capital Londinium, North to the settlement known as Luton. There, at some ungodly hour before sunrise, I am to meet with my fellow companions and crusaders Sir George of Loscombe, Sir Drew, The Celtic Warrior and The Dark Knight, Sir Oleg with his trusty squire, the mysterious Artiom. I bid a farewell to my wife of thirty four years, knowing that even if I am to return to these shores physically unscathed, the memories of this campaign may well scar me forever.
Setting of in my trustee steed, it is a whole two hours before I reach the rest area on the outskirts of the area they call the airport. I hand over my mount and put faith in the grooms that she will be well looked after. A carriage awaits to transport me the short distance to the rendezvous with my fellow knights.
Knowing how tiresome the second leg of the voyage will be, a hearty breakfast is craven and my hunger is satisfied by what the locals call a “full English”. In jovial mood, even the delicacy of black pudding, a somewhat unsavoury sounding mixture of pig’s blood and oatmeal, is vigorously consumed. With this ritual offering devoured, my comrades in arms and myself are shepherded through waiting crowds, towards the iron bird that will takes us to foreign fields and what we hope will be eventual glory and honour.
Aboard this strange craft, we are greeted by peoples of a religion I have never before encountered. Dressed in their orange regalia, the female concubines of this creed are accompanied by male eunuchs who, seemingly, are also happy to look after our needs, all be it for financial recompense! One cannot feel but sympathy for our fellow man in these circumstances, the operation of castration has left them with bizarrely feminine voices. Indeed, one poor chap must have only recently been conscripted and was clearly in pain, as evidenced by the way he was talking and walking!
Just over four uneventful hours later, we arrive in the second largest settlement in The Holy Land, Tel Aviv. Here we experience our first of many delays, a ninety minute wait for our chaperone and transportation to our lodgings in Ashkelon. Another hour later we arrive and it is time for recruitment. Unfortunately, the lord has put the Russians in charge and this simple process is complicated by officialdom. By the time enlistment is completed, it is 6.30pm local time and myself and Sir Drew need to complete the process of having our weights checked, ready for battle tomorrow. Crammed into a small room, the body odour from the great unwashed is over powering but finally we retreat from the human cesspool and make our way to the eating place for some much needed nourishment. In Sir Drew’s case, this would be the first thing consumed that day, as he was nearing his top weight for battle and did not want to be too heavy. A surprising and hearty variety of rations was offered and all combatants ate vigorously. (Even Sir George found the provisions to be palatable, his dislike of things green, legendary.)
Filled with apprehension for the forth coming battles, we decided to retire to our chambers. This would be a first for me, my pre-combat ritual of curry and beer forsaken. Instead, total alcoholic abstinence. Sharing quarters with Sir Drew, we soon realised we had only one bed, all be it one of king sized proportions! One day, some-one will write about this, turning the idea into comedy, perhaps by those jesters Sir Eric Morcambe and Sir Earnest Wise.

Day Two
 The 23rd. Day Of October In The Year Of Our Lord 2015

We are up at sunrise and are once again pleasantly surprised by the quality and diversity of the first meal of the day. Transportation arrives shortly after 8.00am and we are whisked away to the battleground of Ashdod, some 30 minutes away. Here we learn of our opponents for the day, for Sir Drew an Israeli combatant and for myself, one from the shores of the Ukraine. I have the honour of challenging first, the fifth bout of the day on battleground number one, with Sir Drew not far behind, the sixth bout on battleground two. Our fortunes differ with Sir Drew victorious and myself defeated, but not broken. Eleven gruelling contests later and it is Sir Drew’s turn again, the challenger this time hails from Kazakhstan. A stronger opponent, Sir Drew suffers his first loss of the day. Battle weary and scarred, he will have one more contest against a Russian before his day is complete. Unfortunately for him and his supporters, he fares no better, but retires with his pride intact having made a valiant effort throughout the day.
Refreshment is sought from a local under cover market place, before we are conveyed back to our lodgings to freshen up and seek nourishment of both the solid and the liquid variety.
At our hostel, it is the turn of Sir George and the Dark Knight, Sir Oleg to feel the anxieties of forth coming battle. Having completed their own weighing process at the battle ground, they were able to sustain their appetite without worry. Their turn to retreat to their sleeping quarters at an early hour.

Day Three
 The 24th. Day Of October In The Year Of Our Lord 2015

Once more, up with the lark, fed and watered, we make our way to Ashdod to start battle. Sir Drew joins us before hostilities commence, having partaken of the local spa to relieve his fatigued body. First challenge is Sir Oleg against a warrior from Kazakhstan. He needs to be victorious if he is to advance in battle, as his foes are numerous. Victorious, his next adversary will be Lithuanian.
Sir George must do battle with a colossal from Moldova. In a contest reminiscent of David and Goliath, he is fearless in pursuit of his aspirations, but alas cannot emulate our biblical hero. He is rewarded for his struggles with a bronze medallion, something he and the rest of our crusaders are proud of.
Sir Oleg is victorious once more, but his reward is to find a Russian champion awaits. Fatigued, he is unable to reproduce his earlier heroics, gallantly losing to the taller, more experienced man. Unperturbed, he now challenges the Russian champion’s student, but drained and exhausted the vanquisher becomes the vanquished.
Despite results we are of good cheer, until we leave the arena at six thirty. Expecting transportation to be waiting, we linger outside for another hour. Finally, after much telecommunication, a small mini bus arrives and there is a mad scramble among forty warriors for the seventeen place available aboard. However, with no sense of the English need to que, we fight our way to the front, leaving lesser mortals in our wake and take our rightful place in the carriage.
Foot sore and weary, Sir George, Sir Drew and myself are fed and seek solace at the inn. Sir Oleg and his squire Artium, wander to take the night air. At this point, I should express our gratitude to young Artium, he has been steadfast in his self-appointed role of linguist and has been an invaluable aid to us all, seeking information and communicating our needs to the outsiders from Russia. Meeting with comrades from his motherland, he may have over done the camaraderie, something he may regret in the dawn of the new day.

Day Four
 The 25th. Day Of October In The Year Of Our Lord 2015

Celebrating our conquests of the previous two days, we reward ourselves with a chance to emerge in the culture of this foreign land. We are to take in the sights of Jerusalem and experience the Dead Sea. Two coaches arrive at 08.30, they should have been there at 07.30! Still, there were not enough seats for every-one, so more transport was called for, which arrived after another thirty minute delay. Sir George, feeling fatigued, had chosen to rest, which left the four of us, two in the coach and two in the minibus. The sights of Jerusalem and The Mountain of Olives were reached after two long hours, followed by a long stop for keepsakes at a local bazaar. (No doubt the organiser of this expedition was given financial recompense!) Out in the open, Sir Drew and I were sold Arabic coffee by a Palestinian dwarf, a first for the pair of us.
Ever onward, our expedition took us on to the old city of Jerusalem, first stop the Western Wall. Weary and in need of refreshment, I separated from the group after first seeking advice from our guide as to where and when we would rendezvous. A quick look outside the old city walls, revealed little of interest, until the moment I spied Oleg’s squire, Artium, frantically waving and trying to gain my attention. It seemed our rendezvous point and time had been changed, and that if we were not to hurry, we would be left behind! Racing through the narrow streets, we emerged at The Church of the Holy Sepulchre ahead of our fellow travellers. Joined now by Sir Drew, we marvelled at history and architecture from a by-gone year, until hunger overtook our thirst for culture. By this stage we connected with a pair of fellow nomads from the far away shores of America and off we went in search of sustenance. With-in hailing distance we discovered a local eatery and settled down to a mini feast of “shawarma” (lamp and salad served in pita bread) and coffee. Satiated by our meal, we settled up with some Shekels with the intention of merging once more with our fellow wanderers. To mine and Sir Drew’s dismay, we had only ventured a few yards, when we turned back to see no sight of the Americans. It later transpired they took the wrong turning, in the event getting lost, missing the bus and having to pay for a taxi to return them to Ashkelon.
Back in the mini bus and onward again, this time an hour and a half in transit to The Dead Sea. A unique experience that made all our trials and tribulations worthwhile. Finally, two more hours on the road, and we were back at our lodgings.

Day Five.
 The 26th. Day Of October In The Year Of Our Lord 2015

Transportation is to be provided for us at nine in the morning, to take us on the first leg of our eventual homecoming. True to form, a mini bus arrives, too small for the forty or so travellers and thirty minutes late. Another delay whilst we await more suitable mode of transportation. Finally, we are dropped off at what they called terminal three at the airport. Surely, nothing could go wrong know. Seeking information, we are told that our appointment with our flight ushers would be at terminal one, and that we should await transportation outside. A ten minute journey takes us to our destination where we are then interrogated about our stay, once inside the building, by officials of the local peace keeping force. We are herded upstairs only to be greeted by communication advising us of the need to report back to terminal three, from where our next mode of transport would depart!
At last, re-united with my trusty steed back in the land of our fathers, we bid a fond farewell to Sir Oleg and Artium. On-route to my abode, I leave Sir Drew and Sir George just outside the city walls of Sittingbourne, before concluding this epic adventure.

Tuesday, October 27, 2015


World Master 2015

World Masters Sambo – Ashdod Israel October 22nd – 25th 2015

British Team 

Day 1.
Colin Carrott GB 1 v 7 Ukraine
55-59 years
Final position 7th.

Quarter final.
A cagey start to the fight, saw both men penalised early on for gripping fingers, followed by Colin getting a one point penalty for repeating the offence (0 – 1). The first meaningful attack was an attempted stomach throw by Colin, but with no points awarded he remained one – nil down. The Ukrainian was fighting in a tactically defensive way, his strong right arm holding off Colin’s left handed attack. An inner leg reap from Colin was countered by the Ukrainian taking him backwards for two points, followed by a four point hold down (0 – 7). A spectacular flying arm bar attempt by the British player drew some gasps from the rest of his cheering team mates, but he was unable to close the point’s gap, as his opponent was happy to take two passive penalties and see out the remaining minute of the fight getting just a one point penalty in the process. Final score GB 1, Ukraine 7
As the Ukrainian lost in the semi-final to the eventual Russian gold medallist, Coin did not advance into the repercharge.

Drew Cullen GB 9 v 0 Israel
50 – 54 years
Final position 5th.

Quarter final
Drew was given a very early boost, when his opponent received a three point penalty for being late on the mat (3 – 0). The British player wasted no time and with his first attack scored four points with a left handed drop knee shoulder throw (7 – 0). A repeat of the same throw, although not quite as well executed, earned two more points (9 – 0) and Drew was through to the semi-finals having totally dominated his rival.

Drew Cullen GB 0 v 8 Russia

Having dictated his first fight, Drew found this adversary a different challenge altogether. A couple of early inner leg reaps were blocked by his taller opponent who then attempted an inner thigh throw which was very nearly countered by Drew with a classic hand technique. A low right hand sleeve grip by the Russian allowed him to dominate the British player and make him look passive in the eyes of the referee. Two quick penalties followed and Drew was now one nil down. A right handed corner throw was blocked and another scored one point (0 – 2) before the Russian attempted the same throw again, but this time to Drew’s surprise, left handed and four points were awarded (0 – 6). He continued to dominate with his low left handed sleeve grip and by pulling Drew down convinced the referee to award another two point passive penalty (0 – 8).

Drew Cullen GB 0 v 6 Kazakhstan

Once again, a low sleeve grip proved the deciding factor in this contest. Both men were of equal ability, but the Kazak proved the stronger with his control of Drew’s arm. A sacrificial side drop scored the first point (0 – 1) followed by two more when he countered Drew’s inner leg hook (0 – 3). The British player now went on the offensive but could not get past the Kazak’s defence, despite several drop knee shoulder throw and inner leg hook attempts. Drew was then caught with a version his own drop kneed throw (0 – 4) before the Kazak picked him off with two counters to inner leg hooks, scoring one point each time. Final score: GB 0 Kazakhstan 6.

Day 2

George Loscombe GB 0 v 8 Moldova
45 – 49 years
Final position 3rd. – Bronze medal.

Standing over six feet tall, George’s opponent posed an intimidating figure and his superior reach and longer legs soon proved an advantage. A low body drop earned the Moldovan four points (0 – 4) and was quickly followed by a scarf hold on the ground for another four (0 – 8). In an interview afterwards George said he has never been held so tightly or powerfully.

Oleg Sibilev GB 8 v 0 Kazakhstan
40 – 44 years
Final position 5th.

Round of 16
In one of the biggest groups of the day, 14 competitors, Oleg got off to a flying start with a commanding performance against the Kazak. After some early grip fighting and skirmishing, he launched a drop knee shoulder attack for four points (4 – 0) and had no trouble following up with another four points gained via the resulting hold down (8 – 0). A commanding accomplishment against a member of a strong Kazak team.

Oleg Sibilev GB 5 v 0 Lithuania  

Quarter final
Oleg once again dominated his opponent in his second fight of the day. An early leg scissor attack narrowly missed but a counter to the Lithuanian’s inner leg reap was awarded four points (4 – 0). Continuing on the offensive, Oleg made his opponent look passive with his attacking style and was awarded another one point (5 – 0) when the Lithuanian picked up two penalties. With a minute of the contest left, Oleg slowed down, safe in the knowledge that a penalty against him would not affect the result and that he could preserve some energy for the semi-final.

Oleg Sibilev GB 4 v 13 Russia

This next opponent was in a different league to the rest of the pool. An ex-world champion he was totally unfazed all the way through to winning the gold medal. A side drop throw was awarded four points (0 – 4) then a single leg take down gained another two (0 – 6). However, Oleg expertly countered on the ground from this throw, to get an upper four quarter hold down and claw four points back (4 – 6). A leg scissor attempt from Oleg failed to trouble the scorers but was quickly followed by a succession of throws from the Russian. Another single leg takedown for four (4 – 10), a sacrificial corner throw for one (4 -11) and an inner thigh throw for two (4 – 13) ended the bout.

Oleg Sibilev GB 0 v 6 Russia

Bronze medal fight
Having fought the ex-world champion it was Oleg’s turn to fight another Russian, this time for the bronze medal. His opponent, the ex-world champion’s student! Both men were feeling the effects of a strenuous day, but it was Oleg who produced the first attacks. Unfortunately, a failed sacrificial throw resulted in Oleg being held down for four points (0 – 4). Oleg tried unsuccessfully with inner thigh throw and stomach throw attempts before being caught with a side drop throw for two (0 - 6). The Russian was now holding on for the final whistle and his passive nature earned him a penalty, but he did enough to prevent points being awarded against him as time ran out.

The World Masters is becoming a very popular Championship and over the years the standard has risen. The British Masters Team always make a good account of themselves and as you can see by the report this year was no different. One of the drawbacks to this competition is the fact each country can enter as many players as they want per category, so the Russians very much dominate the event as you can see by the results  

1st Day of Competition

Men 50-54
62 kg
1.    ZHAROV Valeriy RUS
2.    ABRAMOV Evgeny RUS
3.    DIUBANOV Vasily RUS
4.    MELEKHIN Sergey RUS
68 kg
1.    VLASOV Sergei RUS
2.    UMETALIEV Erkinbek KGZ
3.    PAPERNO Anton RUS
74 kg
1.    LIKOKELI Besik RUS
2.    NOVOSELOV Vladimir RUS
3. KASETA Albertas LTU
82 kg
1.    IGRUSHKIN Nikolay RUS
2.    ZAYTZEV Alexander RUS
3.    AMRENOV Seilkhan KAZ
90 kg
1.    KALININ Andrey RUS
3.    PRESNOV Yury RUS
 100 kg
1.    RASSKAZOV Alexandr RUS
 + 100 kg
1.    KALIKA Eduard USA
3.    NESHEV Emil BUL
Men 55-59
62 kg
1.    MAKSIMOV Leonid RUS
68 kg
1.    SHVETS Ivan RUS
2.    KOZLOV Anatoliy UKR
3.    BATIR Vladimir ISR
74 kg
1.    VASYGIN Evgenii RUS
2.    LISICHKIN Andrei RUS
3.    KUYUMCHYAN Vagarshak RUS
82 kg
1.    SAMOYLOV Segey RUS
3.    EFREMOV Vladimir RUS
        3.SHVETS Ivan UKR
1.    kg
2.    ISAEV Magomed RUS
3.    RUBEL Leonid RUS
4.    YASTREBOV Vladimir RUS
        3.RANGAIEV Oleksandr UKR
  100 kg
        1. VARDANASHVILI Tamaz ISR
        2. JARSHUYEV Nurlan KAZ
        3. BRAMONTOV Sergei KAZ
        3. ESHNIYAZOV Davlatbay UZB
+100 kg
        1.TURAEV Bakhtiyor UZB
        2. ANDREADIS Georgios GRE
        3. GAGISHVILI Elgudzha RUS
        3. BAGATELLIA Boris RUS
Men 60-64
62 kg
        1. BONDAR Mikhail ISR
        2. PETROV Anatolii RUS
68 kg
        1. NORTH Sandy USA
        2. KABAKBAYEV Serikbay KAZ
        3. GROMOV Konstantin RUS
74 kg
        1. STYROV Nicolay USA
        2. IVANOV Gennady RUS
        3. KORZHUKOV Vladimir RUS
        3. KHALAEV Mollagasan RUS
82 kg
        1. MALKOV Vladimir RUS
        2. SEIDAGALAMULY Orynbek KAZ
        3. NOGOVITCIN Petr RUS
90 kg
        1. GOLIK Nikolai RUS
        2. VEKLICH Anatoliy KAZ
        3. MIRZABEKOV Ruslan RUS
        3. KHADZHYIEV Zhelal UKR
100 kg
        1. CHOLEV Atanas BUL
        2. SLAVIN Mark RUS
        3. KURU Petr MDA
        3. ZABALDUEV Viktor RUS
+ 100 kg
        1. AKHMEDOV Gazimagomed RUS
        2. MAGERA Victor RUS
        3. MIRIVICH Jason isay USA
        3. STRELKOVSKY Berel ISR
Men 65 and over
62 kg
        1. KANIN Alexander RUS
        2. LAPADATOV Lyubomir BUL
68 kg
        1. KLIMANOV Nikolai RUS
        2. KOROLKOV Igor UKR
        3. BRAVYY Michael ISR
        3. VEREVKIN Viktor RUS
 74 kg
        1. TSIKLAURI Abesalom GEO
        2. MURAVYEV Valery RUS
        3. TUROV Aleksey RUS
        3. SADRETDINOV Myansur RUS
  82 kg
        1. VOEVODKIN Aleksandr RUS
        2. TALIS Boris USA
90 kg
        1. KOBA Mykola UKR
        2. LOGASHENKO Stanislav ISR
        3. SIDORENKO Vladimir RUS
        3. VERLINSKY Vitaly USA
 100 kg
        1. MALEAR Mihail MDA
        2. SAMMET Artur GER
        3. JARDEMOV Kabden KAZ
        3. PYSHNIAK Georgii UKR
   + 100 kg
        1. IVANOV Anatoly RUS
        2. BORIUSHKIN Vladimir RUS
        3. MAKHIN Anatoliy RUS
 119  1  

2nd day of Competition Results

Men 35-39 
62 kg
        1. NAZAROV Murodullo UZB
        2. VOLODIN Andrey RUS
        3. ZHANGALIYEV Kanat KAZ
        3. VOLOZHANIN Ruslan ISR
 68 kg
        1. KAUFMAN Eduard RUS
        2. PLISOV Oleg RUS
        3. FOMICHEV Alexey RUS
        3. ABDRAIMOV Kubat KGZ
 74 kg
        1. ISAEV Evgenii RUS
        2. DARLING Derrick matthe USA
  82 kg
        1. ARYKPAEV Midin KGZ
        2. MUSATOV Kirill RUS
        3. DELIKATNYI Dmytro UKR
        3. GADZHIEV Rafail RUS
  90 kg
        1. ANTONYUK Igor RUS
        2. MASHTAKOV Sergei RUS
        3. SAMODUROV Igor RUS
        3. HRABOVSKYI Serhii UKR
   100 kg
        1. AIMAGAMBETOV Bairam KAZ
        2. KADOSH Pini ISR
        3. BEREKO Alexey RUS
        3. KHOLMIRZAEV Ernazar UZB
      + 100 kg
      Men 40-44
     62 kg
        1. GIOEV Timur RUS
        2. ALTYBAYEV Samat KAZ
     68 kg
1.    KUSSAINOV Kaisar KAZ
     74 kg
        1. ERMILOV Sergei RUS
        2. TULEGENOV Malik KAZ
        3. TIKHONOV Roman RUS
        3. SHABARCHIN Sergey RUS
     82 kg
        1. ALFEROV Aleksandr RUS
        2. ARZAMASOV Roman RUS
        3. VIDI Vitaly RUS
        3. ISAKOV Anatolii RUS
      90 kg
        1. NOVIKOV Vladimir RUS
        2. KAVALIAUSKAS Valdas LTU
        3. KHABAKHU Azamat RUS
        3. DROZHNIAK Igor ISR
       100 kg
        1. PINEGIN Iurii RUS
        2. BAKESHOV Berik KAZ
        3. KALAUBEKOV Dossan KAZ
        3. MURTAZALIEV Muntar MDA
     + 100 kg
        1. DAVITASHVILI Aleksi GEO
        2. BOTIKOV Andrey RUS
        3. NALCHADJAN Ruslan MDA
        3. POSTICA Grigore MDA
      Men 45-49
      62 kg
        1. YASHIN Konstantin RUS
        2. KARAKANOV Marat KAZ
        3. KROLIKOV Yury RUS
        3. GALIMOV Irek RUS
      68 kg
        1. ALIBEGASHVILI Gigla GEO
        2. POLIKEVICIUS Svajunas LTU
        3. IASHIN Iurii RUS
        3. SLYOZ Aleksandr ISR
      74 kg
        1. KHORZOV Nikolai RUS
        2. GYSAROV Viacheslav RUS
        3. MAMONTOV Oleksandr RUS
        3. GROMOV Mikhail RUS
     82 kg
        1. MAMEDOV Kamran RUS
        2. RAMAZANOV Ramazan RUS
        3. OGIBALOV Valery RUS
        3. NECHYPORENKO Mykola UKR
     90 kg
        1. VLASOV Dmitrii RUS
        2. MATVEEV Sergey RUS
        3. SOLODOVNIKOV Aleksandr RUS
        3. ZENTELIS Saulius LTU
     100 kg
        1. BELIAEV Victor RUS
        2. ZHUKOV Mikhail RUS
        3. KHAIT Oleg ISR
        3. URBAEV Abdygapar KGZ
      + 100 kg
        1. MAGDIEV Timur RUS
        2. UZUN Ilia MDA
        3. OBCARSKAS Linas LTU
        3. LESCOMBE George GBR

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