Russian sambists should not expect to revel in the same successes as 2018, when the International Sambo Federation (FIAS) World Sambo Championships begin here in Cheongju tomorrow.
The Demonstration group on Blind Sambo will put on a performance for their international colleagues here in Cheongju, as part of the World Sambo Championships.
International Sambo Federation (FIAS) chief executive Michal Buchel has pledged to continue the organisation's environmental work after their efforts to reduce greenhouse gases were praised.
International Sambo Federation (FIAS) President Vasily Shestakov has hailed the growth of the sport since the world governing body was granted provisional recognition by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board.
The Russian Paralympic Committee (RPC) hosted a meeting to discuss the development of blind sambo.
Russia overwhelmingly dominated the World Youth and Junior Sambo Championships in Tashkent by winning a massive haul of gold medals and all four team titles.
The International Sambo Federation (FIAS) has launched an online channel dedicated to the sport.
Visually impaired and blind sambists took part in a screening process in Kyrgyzstan as part of a scientific project to develop the sport.
The Executive Committee of the International SAMBO Federation (FIAS) has announced a series of fundamental changes in the sport, including weight categories and bout lengths at official competitions.
The Colombian Olympic Committee (COC) has held a conference in Bogotá on the development of university sambo in the country.
Sambo on road to full Olympic recognition and "will get there", insists Scottish Federation President
The President of the Scottish Sambo Federation, which will host the 2020 edition of the President's Sambo Cup, is confident the sport "will get there" in terms of future Olympic inclusion.
Russia survived a scare from debutants Republic of Ireland to win the President's Sambo Cup for the sixth year in a row.
The President of the Commonwealth Sambo Association says the sport is “unfolding and developing” on the global stage as he welcomed participants to the President’s Cup in Ballymena, Northern Ireland.
The sixth edition of the President's Sambo Cup is due to take place here tomorrow, the second year in succession will have taken place in Northern Ireland.
This year's World Sambo Championships in Seoul will offer a total prize fund of $216,000 (£173,000/€194,000).