An online competition registration system introduced by the International Sambo Federation (FIAS) is now fully operational for events in 2017.
Three-time Pan American sambo champion Zaira Laguna has been handed a special award by the Nicaraguan Association of Sports Journalists in recognition of her sporting achievements.
A Sambo tournament for competitors with hearing disabilities has taken place for the first time.
Vasily Shestakov, the President of the International Sambo Federation (FIAS), has been awarded one of the highest honours in Japan.
A conference on how to integrate scientific methods into sambo and other martial arts is due to be held in Moscow on February 16.
The first International Sambo Federation (FIAS) tournament for people with hearing disabilities will take place in the Russian city of Zelenograd next month.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, an Honorary President of the International Sambo Federation (FIAS), visited the Kodokan Martial Arts Centre in Japan where he watched a number of exhibition performances.
A special concert has taken place in Moscow in honour of Vasili Oshchepkov, the Soviet martial arts expert credited as the founding father of sambo.
A leading sambo expert has led two days of seminars and training sessions in Tokyo in a bit to raise the profile of the sport.
Bulgaria’s Mariya Oryashkova won an emotional gold medal on home soil today as competition continued at the 2016 World Sambo Championships here in Sofia.
International Sambo Federation (FIAS) President Vasily Shestakov believes the sport gaining International Olympic Committee (IOC) recognition would be a "huge success".
Russia have dominated the opening day of the World Sambo Championships here in Sofia by winning six of the nine medals available.
Canada, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and the Philippines were all awarded full membership to the International Sambo Federation (FIAS) here today as the heads of 66 National Federations convened in the Bulgarian capital.
The 2016 World Sambo Championships are due to begin here tomorrow in the Bulgarian capital of Sofia as the sport continues its efforts to gain International Olympic Committee (IOC) recognition.
Federations currently applying for International Olympic Committee (IOC) recognition are due to be told if their applications have been successful by December.