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Мириан васильевич цалкаламанидзе. Цалкаламанидзе, Мириан Васильевич

Цалкаламанидзе, Мириан Васильевич. Мириан васильевич цалкаламанидзе


Цалкаламанидзе Мириан Васильевич Википедия

Личная информация Пол Имя при рождении Гражданство Клуб Дата рождения Место рождения Дата смерти Место смерти Спортивная карьера Тренеры Вес
Мириан Цалкаламанидзе
мужской
груз. Mirian Tsalkalamanidze
СССР СССР
ДСО «Трудовые резервы» (Тбилиси)
20 апреля 1927(1927-04-20)
Кондори, Телавский район, Грузинская ССР, СССР
3 августа 2000(2000-08-03) (73 года)
Телави, Грузия
1951—1960
Лев Капитанов
до 52 кг

Награды и медали

Вольная борьба
Олимпийские игры
Золото Мельбурн 1956 до 52 кг
Чемпионат мира
Серебро Стамбул 1957 до 52 кг
Бронза Токио 1954 до 52 кг
Государственные награды
Почётные спортивные звания
 Аудио, фото, видео на Викискладе

Цалкаламани́дзе Мириа́н Васи́льевич (20 апреля 1927 (1927-04-20), Кондори, Телавский район, Грузинская ССР, СССР — 3 августа 2000, Телави, Грузия) — советский борец вольного стиля, Олимпийский чемпион, Заслуженный мастер спорта СССР (1957).

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Мириан Цалкаламанидзе родился в 1927 году в селе Кондори неподалёку от Телави. До 24 лет занимался национальной грузинской борьбой чидаоба. Вольной борьбой стал заниматься только в 1951 году и в 1954 году выиграл чемпионат СССР и получил звание Мастер спорта СССР

Был включён в олимпийскую команду

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Мириан Васильевич Цалкаламанидзе Википедия

Личная информация Пол Имя при рождении Гражданство Клуб Дата рождения Место рождения Дата смерти Место смерти Спортивная карьера Тренеры Вес
Мириан Цалкаламанидзе
мужской
груз. Mirian Tsalkalamanidze
СССР СССР
ДСО «Трудовые резервы» (Тбилиси)
20 апреля 1927(1927-04-20)
Кондори, Телавский район, Грузинская ССР, СССР
3 августа 2000(2000-08-03) (73 года)
Телави, Грузия
1951—1960
Лев Капитанов
до 52 кг

Награды и медали

Вольная борьба
Олимпийские игры
Золото Мельбурн 1956 до 52 кг
Чемпионат мира
Серебро Стамбул 1957 до 52 кг
Бронза Токио 1954 до 52 кг
Государственные награды
Почётные спортивные звания
 Аудио, фото, видео на Викискладе

Цалкаламани́дзе Мириа́н Васи́льевич (20 апреля 1927 (1927-04-20), Кондори, Телавский район, Грузинская ССР, СССР — 3 августа 2000, Телави, Грузия) — советский борец вольного стиля, Олимпийский чемпион, Заслуженный мастер спорта СССР (1957).

Биография[ | код]

Мириан Цалкаламанидзе родился в 1927 году в селе Кондори неподалёку от Телави. До 24 лет занимался национальной грузинской борьбой чидаоба. Вольной борьбой стал заниматься только в 1951 году и в 1954 году выиграл чемпионат СССР и получил звание Мастер спорта СССР

Был включён в олимпийскую команду

На

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ДСО «Трудовые резервы» (Тбилиси)

20 апреля 1927(1927-04-20)

Кондори, Телавский район, Грузинская ССР, СССР

3 августа 2000(2000-08-03) (73 года)

Телави, Грузия

1951—1960

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Лев Капитанов

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до 52 кг

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Личная информация Пол Имя при рождении Гражданство Клуб Дата рождения Место рождения Дата смерти Место смерти Спортивная карьера Тренеры Вес
Мириан Цалкаламанидзе
мужской
груз. Mirian Tsalkalamanidze
СССР СССР
ДСО «Трудовые резервы» (Тбилиси)
20 апреля 1927(1927-04-20)
Кондори, Телавский район, Грузинская ССР, СССР
3 августа 2000(2000-08-03) (73 года)
Телави, Грузия
1951—1960
Лев Капитанов
до 52 кг

Награды и медали

Вольная борьба
Олимпийские игры
Золото Мельбурн 1956 до 52 кг
Чемпионат мира
Серебро Стамбул 1957 до 52 кг
Бронза Токио 1954 до 52 кг
Государственные награды
Почётные спортивные звания
 Аудио, фото, видео на Викискладе

Цалкаламани́дзе Мириа́н Васи́льевич (20 апреля 1927 (1927-04-20), Кондори, Телавский район, Грузинская ССР, СССР — 3 августа 2000, Телави, Грузия) — советский борец вольного стиля, Олимпийский чемпион, Зас

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1. Союз Советских Социалистических Республик – The Soviet Union, officially the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics was a socialist state in Eurasia that existed from 1922 to 1991. It was nominally a union of national republics, but its government. The Soviet Union had its roots in the October Revolution of 1917 and this established the Russian Socialist Federative Soviet Republic and started the Russian Civil War between the revolutionary Reds and the counter-revolutionary Whites. In 1922, the communists were victorious, forming the Soviet Union with the unification of the Russian, Transcaucasian, Ukrainian, following Lenins death in 1924, a collective leadership and a brief power struggle, Joseph Stalin came to power in the mid-1920s. Stalin suppressed all opposition to his rule, committed the state ideology to Marxism–Leninism. As a result, the country underwent a period of rapid industrialization and collectivization which laid the foundation for its victory in World War II and postwar dominance of Eastern Europe. Shortly before World War II, Stalin signed the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact agreeing to non-aggression with Nazi Germany, in June 1941, the Germans invaded the Soviet Union, opening the largest and bloodiest theater of war in history. Soviet war casualties accounted for the highest proportion of the conflict in the effort of acquiring the upper hand over Axis forces at battles such as Stalingrad. Soviet forces eventually captured Berlin in 1945, the territory overtaken by the Red Army became satellite states of the Eastern Bloc. The Cold War emerged by 1947 as the Soviet bloc confronted the Western states that united in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in 1949. Following Stalins death in 1953, a period of political and economic liberalization, known as de-Stalinization and Khrushchevs Thaw, the country developed rapidly, as millions of peasants were moved into industrialized cities. The USSR took a lead in the Space Race with Sputnik 1, the first ever satellite, and Vostok 1. In the 1970s, there was a brief détente of relations with the United States, the war drained economic resources and was matched by an escalation of American military aid to Mujahideen fighters. In the mid-1980s, the last Soviet leader, Mikhail Gorbachev, sought to reform and liberalize the economy through his policies of glasnost. The goal was to preserve the Communist Party while reversing the economic stagnation, the Cold War ended during his tenure, and in 1989 Soviet satellite countries in Eastern Europe overthrew their respective communist regimes. This led to the rise of strong nationalist and separatist movements inside the USSR as well, in August 1991, a coup détat was attempted by Communist Party hardliners. It failed, with Russian President Boris Yeltsin playing a role in facing down the coup. On 25 December 1991, Gorbachev resigned and the twelve constituent republics emerged from the dissolution of the Soviet Union as independent post-Soviet states

2. Тбилиси – Tbilisi, commonly known by its former name Tiflis, is the capital and the largest city of Georgia, lying on the banks of the Kura River with a population of roughly 1.5 million inhabitants. Founded in the 5th century by the monarch of Georgias ancient precursor the Kingdom of Iberia, Tbilisi has since served, with intermissions, as the capital of various Georgian kingdoms and republics. Under Russian rule, from 1801 to 1917 Tiflis was the seat of the Imperial Viceroy governing both sides of the entire Caucasus. Tbilisis varied history is reflected in its architecture, which is a mix of medieval, classical, Middle Eastern, Art Nouveau, historically, Tbilisi has been home to people of diverse cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds, though it is overwhelmingly Eastern Orthodox Christian. Archaeological studies of the region have indicated human settlement in the territory of Tbilisi as early as the 4th millennium BC, according to an old legend, the present-day territory of Tbilisi was covered by forests as late as 458. One widely accepted variant of the legend of Tbilisis founding states that King Vakhtang I Gorgasali of Georgia went hunting in the wooded region with a falcon. The Kings falcon allegedly caught or injured a pheasant during the hunt, King Vakhtang became so impressed with the hot springs that he decided to cut down the forest and build a city on the location. The name Tbilisi derives from Old Georgian Tbilisi, and further from Tpili, the name Tbili or Tbilisi was therefore given to the city because of the areas numerous sulphuric hot springs that came out of the ground. King Dachi I Ujarmeli, who was the successor of Vakhtang I Gorgasali, Tbilisi was not the capital of a unified Georgian state at that time and did not include the territory of Colchis. It was, however, the city of Eastern Georgia/Iberia. During his reign, King Dachi I oversaw the construction of the wall that lined the citys new boundaries. From the 6th century, Tbilisi grew at a steady pace due to the favourable and strategic location which placed the city along important trade. Tbilisis favourable and strategic location did not necessarily bode well for its existence as Eastern Georgias/Iberias capital, in the year 627, Tbilisi was sacked by the Byzantine/Khazar armies and later, in 736–738, Arab armies entered the town under Marwan II Ibn-Muhammad. After this point, the Arabs established an emirate centered in Tbilisi, in 764, Tbilisi, still under Arab control was once again sacked by the Khazars. In 853, the armies of Arab leader Bugha Al-Turki invaded Tbilisi in order to enforce its return to Abbasid allegiance, the Arab domination of Tbilisi continued until about 1050. In 1068, the city was again sacked, only this time by the Seljuk Turks under Sultan Alp Arslan. In 1122, after fighting with the Seljuks that involved at least 60,000 Georgians and up to 300,000 Turks. After the battles for Tbilisi concluded, David moved his residence from Kutaisi to Tbilisi, making it the capital of a unified Georgian State, from 12–13th centuries, Tbilisi became a dominant regional power with a thriving economy and a well-established social system/structure

3. Телави – Telavi is the main city and administrative center of Georgias eastern province of Kakheti. Its population consists of some 21,800 inhabitants, the city is located on foot-hills of Tsiv-Gombori Range at 500–800 meters above the sea level. The first archaeological findings from Telavi date back to the Bronze Age, one of the earliest surviving accounts of Telavi is from the 2nd century AD, by Greek geographer Claudius Ptolemaeus, who mentions the name Teleda. Telavi began to transform into an important and large political. Speaking about the population of Telavi, Al-Muqaddasi points out that for the most part it consisted of Christians, from the 10th until the 12th century AD, Telavi served as the capital of the Kingdom of Kakheti and later Kingdom of Kakhet-Hereti. During the so-called Golden Era of the Georgian State, Telavi turned into one of the most important political and economic centers of the Georgian State. After the disintegration of the united Georgian Kingdom in the 15th century, the role of Telavi started to decline, Telavi re-gained its political importance in the 17th century when it became a capital of the kingdom of Kakheti. By 1762, it turned into the capital of the united Eastern Georgian Kingdom of Kartl-Kakheti. The reign of King Erekle II, who was born and died in this city, was an epoch in the history of Telavi. During this period it grew into a strategic and cultural centre, erakle II established there a theological seminary and founded a theatre. Erekle IIs reforms touched upon all aspects of life in the country and they changed fundamentally the political, economical and cultural orientation of Kartli-Kakheti and, subsequently of the whole Georgia. His name became a symbol of freedom and national independence of the Georgian people, erakle II is still called affectionately Patara Kakhi, and his heroic deeds are described in folk literature. In 1801, after the Kingdom of Kartli-Kakheti was annexed by the Russian Empire, in the 19th century, the city was given the status of an administrative center of an uyezd within the Tbilisi Gubernyia. During that period, the economy of the city was composed of small-scale industries, commerce. The towns population was about 12,000 in the end of the 19th century, Telavi and its surroundings are rich in historical, architectural and natural monuments. Due to this reason, architects, scholars and art historians consider Telavi as the most medieval city in the country, another curious sight in Telavi is a 900-year-old sycamore. The landscape of Telavi is scenic, the city is wrapped in picturesque landscapes from all sides. Telavi faces the Tsiv-Gombori Range to the south and south-west and borders on the Alazani Valley to the north, the Greater Caucasus Mountain Range, which runs to the north of the Alazani Valley, can be seen from most of Telavi

4. Грузия – Georgia is a country in the Caucasus region of Eurasia. The capital and largest city is Tbilisi, Georgia covers a territory of 69,700 square kilometres, and its 2016 population is about 3.72 million. Georgia is a unitary, semi-presidential republic, with the government elected through a representative democracy, during the classical era, several independent kingdoms became established in what is now Georgia. The kingdoms of Colchis and Iberia adopted Christianity in the early 4th century, a unified Kingdom of Georgia reached the peak of its political and economic strength during the reign of King David IV and Queen Tamar in the 12th and early 13th centuries. Thereafter the kingdom declined and eventually disintegrated under hegemony of various powers, including the Mongols, the Ottoman Empire. Russian rule over Georgia was eventually acknowledged in various treaties with Iran. Since the establishment of the modern Georgian republic in April 1991, post-communist Georgia suffered from civil, the countrys Western orientation soon led to the worsening of relations with Russia, culminating in the brief Russo-Georgian War in August 2008. Georgia is a member of the United Nations, the Council of Europe, and it contains two de facto independent regions, Abkhazia and South Ossetia, which gained limited international recognition after the 2008 Russo-Georgian War. Georgia and a part of the international community consider the regions to be part of Georgias sovereign territory under Russian military occupation. Georgia probably stems from the Persian designation of the Georgians – gurğān, in the 11th and 12th centuries adapted via Syriac gurz-ān/gurz-iyān, starting with the Persian word gurğ/gurğān, the word was later adopted in numerous other languages, including Slavic and West European languages. This term itself might have established through the ancient Iranian appellation of the near-Caspian region. The self-designation used by ethnic Georgians is Kartvelebi, the medieval Georgian Chronicles present an eponymous ancestor of the Kartvelians, Kartlos, a great-grandson of Japheth. However, scholars agree that the word is derived from the Karts, the name Sakartvelo consists of two parts. Its root, kartvel-i, specifies an inhabitant of the core central-eastern Georgian region of Kartli, ancient Greeks and Romans referred to early western Georgians as Colchians and eastern Georgians as Iberians. Today the full, official name of the country is Georgia, before the 1995 constitution came into force the countrys name was the Republic of Georgia. The territory of modern-day Georgia was inhabited by Homo erectus since the Paleolithic Era, the proto-Georgian tribes first appear in written history in the 12th century BC. The earliest evidence of wine to date has found in Georgia. In fact, early metallurgy started in Georgia during the 6th millennium BC, the classical period saw the rise of a number of early Georgian states, the principal of which was Colchis in the west and Iberia in the east

5. Вольная борьба – Freestyle wrestling is a style of amateur wrestling that is practiced throughout the world. Along with Greco-Roman, it is one of the two styles of wrestling contested in the Olympic games, American high school and college wrestling is conducted under different rules and is termed scholastic and collegiate wrestling. Freestyle and collegiate wrestling, unlike Greco-Roman, allow the use of the wrestlers or his opponents legs in offense and defense, Freestyle wrestling brings together traditional wrestling, judo, and sambo techniques. According to wrestlings world governing body, United World Wrestling, freestyle wrestling is one of the four forms of amateur competitive wrestling that are practiced internationally today. The other main forms of wrestling are Greco-Roman and grappling, the Executive Board of the International Olympic Committee recommended dropping wrestling as a sport from the 2020 Olympic Games, but the decision was later reversed by the IOC. Modern freestyle wrestling, according to UWW, is said to have originated in Great Britain, catch-as-catch-can wrestling had a particular following in Great Britain and the variant developed in Lancashire had a particular effect on freestyle wrestling. Catch-as-catch-can wrestling gained popularity in fairs and festivals during the 19th century. In catch-as-catch-can wrestling, both started out standing and then a wrestler sought to hold his opponents shoulder to the ground. If no fall was scored, both wrestlers continued grappling on the ground, and almost all holds and techniques were allowable. Also, there was the Irish collar-and-elbow style, where started out on their feet with both wrestlers grasping each other by the collar with one hand and by the elbow with the other. If neither wrestler then achieved a fall, the contestants would continue both standing and on the ground until a fall was made, the 1896 Olympic Games had only one wrestling bout, a heavyweight Greco-Roman match. Freestyle wrestling first emerged as an Olympic sport in the Saint Louis Olympics of 1904, all 40 wrestlers who participated in the 1904 Olympics were American. The 1904 Olympics sanctioned the rules used for catch-as-catch can. Wrestling by seven classes,47.6 kg,52.2 kg,56.7 kg,61.2 kg,65.3 kg,71.7 kg. These were later adopted by the Amateur Athletic Union for its freestyle matches, Freestyle wrestling gained great popularity in the United States after the Civil War. By the 1880s, tournaments drew hundreds of wrestlers, the rise of cities, increased industrialization, and the closing of the frontier provided the affable environment for amateur wrestling, along with boxing, to increase in esteem and popularity. Amateur wrestling teams soon emerged, such as the team of the New York Athletic Club. Professional wrestling also developed, and by the 1870s, professional championship matches offered allowances of up to $1,000

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Цалкаламанидзе, Мириан Васильевич

мужской Гражданство Клуб Дата рождения Место рождения Дата смерти Место смерти Спортивная карьера Тренеры Вес

Цалкаламани́дзе Мириа́н Васи́льевич 20 апреля 192719270420, Кондори, Телавский район, Грузинская ССР, СССР — 3 августа 2000, Телави, Грузия — советский борец вольного стиля, Олимпийский чемпион, Заслуженный мастер спорта СССР 1957

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Мириан Цалкаламанидзе родился в 1927 году в селе Кондори неподалёку от Телави До 24 лет занимался национальной грузинской борьбой чидаоба Вольной борьбой стал заниматься только в 1951 году и в 1954 году выиграл чемпионат СССР и получил звание Мастер спорта СССР

Был включён в олимпийскую команду

На Летних Олимпийских играх 1956 года в Мельбурне боролся в весовой категории до 52 килограммов наилегчайший вес В предварительных схватках:

  • в первом круге выиграл решением судей со счётом 3-0 у Ричарда Дельгадо США;
  • во втором круге выиграл решением судей со счётом 2-1 у Тадаси Асаи Япония;
  • в третьем круге на 9-й минуте тушировал Бабана Даваре Индия;
  • в четвёртом круге проиграл решением судей со счётом 3-0 Хюсейну Акбашу Турция
  • в пятом круге не участвовал
  • в шестом круге на 5-й минуте тушировал Мохаммада Али Ходжастепура Иран и стал чемпионом Олимпийских игр, единственным представителем вольной борьбы из команды СССР, выигравшим Олимпиаду в 1956 году1

Двукратный чемпион СССР 1954, 1956

Окончил Грузинский государственный институт физической культуры и Грузинский сельскохозяйственный институт Награждён орденом «Знак Почёта» 1957

Умер 3 августа 2000 года в Телави

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  1. ↑ Mirian Tsalkalamanidze Biography and Olympic Results

СССР СССР

ДСО «Трудовые резервы» Тбилиси

20 апреля 19271927-04-20

Кондори, Телавский район, Грузинская ССР, СССР

3 августа 20002000-08-03 73 года

Телави, Грузия

1951—1960

Лев Капитанов

до 52 кг

Награды и медали
Олимпийские награды
Вольная борьба
Олимпийские игры
Золото Мельбурн 1956 до 52 кг
Чемпионат мира
Серебро Стамбул 1957 до 52 кг
Бронза Токио 1954 до 52 кг
Государственные награды
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Личная информация Пол Имя при рождении Гражданство Клуб Дата рождения Место рождения Дата смерти Место смерти Спортивная карьера Тренеры Вес
Мириан Цалкаламанидзе
мужской
груз. Mirian Tsalkalamanidze
СССР СССР
ДСО «Трудовые резервы» (Тбилиси)
20 апреля 1927(1927-04-20)
Кондори, Телавский район, Грузинская ССР, СССР
3 августа 2000(2000-08-03) (73 года)
Телави, Грузия
1951—1960
Лев Капитанов
до 52 кг

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Вольная борьба
Олимпийские игры
Золото Мельбурн 1956 до 52 кг
Чемпионат мира
Серебро Стамбул 1957 до 52 кг
Бронза Токио 1954 до 52 кг
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