Baku hosted the second Alpagut World Cup held in “Sarhadchi” Olympic Sports Complex on November 24-26.

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Baku hosted the second Alpagut World Cup held in “Sarhadchi” Olympic Sports Complex on November 24-26.

Baku hosted the second Alpagut World Cup held in “Sarhadchi” Olympic Sports Complex on November 24-26.

The 2nd World Alpagut Cup organized by Azerbaijan’s Ministry of Youth and Sports, World Alpagut Federation and Azerbaijan Alpagut Federation have started at Sarhadchi Sport Complex in Baku. The championship was held in the fighting system: aypara, batur, jaimaz and gurash.

The event was addressed by the Chairman of the Board of the World Alpagut Federation, Vasif Namazov, the President of the Association of Martial Arts Federations of Azerbaijan Azer Hasansoy, head of the Main Directorate of Youth and Sports of Baku Ragif Abbasov, President of the Azerbaijan Alpagut Federation Agil Adzhalov, Honorary President of the World Alpagut Federation Farid Alizade.

The speakers made remarks on the importance of holding the World Cup in Baku, attention of the state to sports, the development of the ancient martial art of the Turkic people, the promotion of healthy lifestyle, the upbringing of the younger generation in the traditions of patriotism and high moral qualities.

300 Athletes from 15 countries from Azerbaijan, Germany, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Iran, Georgia, Russia, Hungary, Nepal, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Ukraine took part in the competition.

The victory was celebrated by Azerbaijani athletes, while the second place was taken by the Iranian team. Turkish athlete claimed the championship’s bronze.

Alpagut is a martial art with its canons, traditions and philosophy. The word Alpagut consists of two words- Alp which means ‘warrior’ and kulsal that means ‘saint’. These are holy warriors who battled for the sake of universal ideals.

The 2nd World Alpagut Cup organized by Azerbaijan’s Ministry of Youth and Sports, World Alpagut Federation and Azerbaijan Alpagut Federation have started at Sarhadchi Sport Complex in Baku. The championship was held in the fighting system: aypara, batur, jaimaz and gurash.

The event was addressed by the Chairman of the Board of the World Alpagut Federation, Vasif Namazov, the President of the Association of Martial Arts Federations of Azerbaijan Azer Hasansoy, head of the Main Directorate of Youth and Sports of Baku Ragif Abbasov, President of the Azerbaijan Alpagut Federation Agil Adzhalov, Honorary President of the World Alpagut Federation Farid Alizade.

The speakers made remarks on the importance of holding the World Cup in Baku, attention of the state to sports, the development of the ancient martial art of the Turkic people, the promotion of healthy lifestyle, the upbringing of the younger generation in the traditions of patriotism and high moral qualities.

300 Athletes from 15 countries from Azerbaijan, Germany, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Iran, Georgia, Russia, Hungary, Nepal, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Ukraine took part in the competition.

The victory was celebrated by Azerbaijani athletes, while the second place was taken by the Iranian team. Turkish athlete claimed the championship’s bronze.

Alpagut is a martial art with its canons, traditions and philosophy. The word Alpagut consists of two words- Alp which means ‘warrior’ and kulsal that means ‘saint’. These are holy warriors who battled for the sake of universal ideals.

2017-12-20T21:04:49+00:00

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