|Valery Dvoinikov returned from the World Judo Championships, Astana 2015, held from 24 to 30 August
2015 in Astana (Kazakhstan), on which he was invited by the International Judo Federation (IJF) as a VIP-guest.
We publish photos of meetings Valery Dvoinikov at Astana-2015 with another great judoka, with whom Valery wrestled in the same times on the same tournaments, with his students, with current coaches and organizers of world judo, and with young judokas.
|Jean-Luc Rouge (France), world champion in judo in 1975 (Valery Dvoinikov was the silver medalist of this championship), 8-times European champion, winner and medalist of major international tournaments, the 12-time champion of France, now - Secretary-General of the International Judo Federation (IJF) and the President of the French Judo Federation - to the left in the photo (http://www.judoinside.com/judoka/5222/Jean_Luc_Rouge, http://ijf.org, http://www.ffjudo.com/ffj/La-federation/Comite-directeur, https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-Luc_Rouge), Right - Mohamed Meridja (Algeria), one of the disciples Valery Dvoinikov, repeated judo champion of Alger, winner and medalist of major international tournaments, now – Education & Coaching director of the International Judo Federation (IJF), 2nd Vice-President of the Olympic Committee of Algeria (http://www.judoinside.com/judoka/20015/Mohamed_Meridja, http://ijf.org, http://www.coalgerie.com/le-comite/organisation).|
|Second left - Yasuhiro Yamashita (Japan), the best judoka of his generation, won the All Japan Judo Championship nine consecutive years, he won three world championships in a row, the Olympic champion of Los Angeles 1984. Since 1977, he won 203 consecutive fights, most - ippon. Along with Valery Dvoinikov was the winner of the Paris tournament in 1976 (http://www.judoinside.com/judoka/5508/Yasuhiro_Yamashita, https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ямасита,_Ясухиро), third from left - Shinji Hosokawa , Olympic champion of Los Angeles 1984, bronze medalist of the Olympic Games in Seoul 1988, where Valery Doubles was the head coach of Algeria's judo . World Champion-85 in Seoul, 6-time winner of the All-Japan Championships, now - one of the directors of the International Judo Federation (IJF), member of the Coordination Committee (http://www.judoinside.com/judoka/5379/Shinji_Hosokawa, http://ijf.org, https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Хосокава,_Синдзи), an extreme right - Mohamed Meridja (Algeria, the data refer. above).|
|With Vladimir Barta (Czech Republic), the Universiade champion, medalist of Team European Championship, the winner and medalist of international tournaments, a five-time champion of Czechoslovakia, now - Head sports director of the International Judo Federation (IJF), Vice-President of the European Judo Union (http://www.judoinside.com/judoka/13360/Vladimir_Barta, http://ijf.org).|
|Left - Mohamed Meridja (Algeria, the data refer. above), the second on the right - Jacques Noris (France), two-time champion and a multiple medalist of the European championships and international tournaments, the founder of the judo-brand Noris Sport in France (http://www.judoinside.com/judoka/5193/Jacques_Noris), far right - the silver medalist in Atlanta 96, two-time champion and a multiple medalist in Asian Championships and international tournaments, now - Sport Director of the International Judo Federation (IJF) Armen Bagdasarov (Uzbekistan) (http://www.judoinside.com/judoka/8156/Armen_Bagdasarov).|
|Shinji Hosokawa, Valery Dvoinikov, Mohamed Meridja.|
|Armen Bagdasarov, Mohamed Meridja, Valery Dvoinikov and Judo Federations Presidents of the African continent.|
|With the President of Judo Federation of Tajikistan.|
|Valery Dvoinikov and Mohamed Meridzha with the President of Judo Federation of Tunisia and his wife.|
|With members of the International Judo Federation (IJF).|