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Today, on the basis of the sports complex of the Ryazan Guards Higher Airborne Command School named after General of the Army V.F. Margelova, the final battles of the second stage of the Airborne Platoon competition took place in which about 30 athletes took part, who represented 11 national teams from different countries.

The servicemen measured their strength and showed their skills in the weight categories up to 70 kg, up to 80 kg and over 80 kg. All fights were held according to the rules of the military-applied sport “Army hand-to-hand combat”. Each team nominated its participants in 3 weight categories.

According to the results of the second stage of the competition, the first place in the category up to 70 kg. was won by the representative of the Russian team of the guard, Sergeant Dayanat Dzhabarov. In weight up to 80 kg, the first was also the Russian guard corporal Semyon Semenyaka. In the weight category over 80 kg, senior sergeant Meirzhan Kozhantaev, representing the national team of Kazakhstan, won first place, to whom another representative of the Russian guard, sergeant of the national team, Bator Zhorzhiev, lost.

The field training competition among the airborne units “Airborne Platoon” is held from August 22 to September 2, 2021 in the Ryazan region at the Dubrovichi training ground of the Tula Guards Airborne Force and at the facilities of the Ryazan Guards Higher Airborne Command School named after General of the Army V. F. Margelova.

More than 350 military personnel from 18 countries will take part in it as part of the national army teams, which will show all their skills and abilities while passing the tests provided for in the four stages of the competition.

For reference: The International Army Games-2021 will be held from August 22 to September 4, 2021 on the territory of 11 states (Russia, Algeria, Armenia, Belarus, Vietnam, Iran, Qatar, Kazakhstan, China, Serbia, Uzbekistan). In total, more than 5 thousand servicemen, consisting of 277 teams from 42 countries, take part in 34 contests of ARMI-2021. Representatives of the armed forces of Russia, Serbia, Kazakhstan, Iran, Qatar and Cyprus take part in the competition “Guardian of Order”.

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