Combat Sports on FISU World Cup | Turkey will host in lieu of Russia 2022

Turkey has a strong wrestling history

Combat Sports on FISU World Cup

Combat Sports, the first International University Sports Federation (FISU) University World Cup Combat Sports will be held in Samsun, Turkey, rather than Yekaterinburg, Russia. Acting FISU President Leonz Eder and FISU Secretary General and Chief Executive Éric Saintrond met with Turkey National University Sports Federation President Mehmet Gunay to sign the formal hosting contract at Combat Sports.

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The tournament was initially slated for Yekaterinburg, but the FISU revoked the hosting rights in protest to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine at Combat Sports. From September 21 to 30, Samsun will host the University World Cup Combat Sports. “Since our first discussions and visit, everything has gone really easily, promptly, and efficiently,” Eder remarked.

“We appreciate your help.

“We expect to see more events in Turkey.”

Turkey is no stranger to hosting large FISU events, having hosted the 2005 Summer Universiade in Izmir and the 2011 Winter Universiade in Erzurum at the Combat Sports. “Our nation adores fighting sports,” Gunay stated. “We have multiple World and Olympic champions in wrestling and boxing, and we are excited to popularize wushu and sambo, which are still relatively unknown in Turkey.”

There are just four months before the University World Cup Combat Sports, but Gunay thinks Samsun is fully prepared to host the tournament at the Combat Sports. “September is approaching quickly, but we might start tomorrow,” Gunay remarked. “Every year, we organize a number of big national university championships. We are also grateful for the Sports Ministry’s assistance. I’m not concerned.

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