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Ali Asghar Asiabari

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Ali Asghar Asiabari
Personal information
BornQazvin, Iran
Sport
SportKarate
Event(s)Kumite

Ali Asghar Asiabari (Persian: علی اصغر آسیابری‎; born in Qazvin) is an iranian karate athlete and a member of the Iranian national karate team.

He won a bronze medal in the weight category of 75 kg in the 2016 World Karate Championships.[1]

Ali Asghar Asyabari has been active in various categories of national karate teams under the supervision of prominent coaches such as Seyed Shahram Heravi, Asyabari, Majid Abdolhosseini, and Hossein Rouhani.

He also won a gold medal at the 2018 World Karate Championships in the "Team Committee" section along with six of his teammates.[2]

Achievements[edit]

Year Competition Venue Rank Event
2015 World Junior, Cadet AND U21 Championships Jakarta, Indonesia 3rd 75 kg
2016 World Karate Championships Linz, Austria 3rd 75 kg
2017 World Games Wrocław, Poland 2nd 75 kg
Asian Karate Championships Astana, Kazakhstan 1st Team kumite
2018 Karate1 Premier League Dubai, United Arab Emirates 3rd 75 kg
Asian Karate Championships Amman, Jordan 2nd 75 kg
World Karate Championships Madrid, Spain 1st Team kumite
2019 Karate1 Premier League Paris, France 3rd 75 kg
Karate1 Premier League Rabat, Morocco 2nd 75 kg
Asian Karate Championships Tashkent, Uzbekistan 1st Team kumite

References[edit]

  1. "Results of 23th world senior championships Linz Austria" (PDF).
  2. "Results of 24th world senior championships madrid spain" (PDF).

External links[edit]


Category:Living people Category:Iranian male karateka Category:World Games silver medalists Category:Competitors at the 2017 World Games Category:People from Qazvin Category:World Games medalists in karate


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