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Peyman Rajabi

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Peyman Rajabi (Persian: پیمان رجبی, born Peyman Rajabi on 16 February 1984 in Bushehr, Iran) is an Iranian athletics.

He won several bronze and gold medals from 2002 till 2011 and was part of Iranian national athletic team over a decade, from 2000 to 2012. He won his first gold medal in 4 x 400 m relay at the 2009 Chinese Taipei International Athletic. He, also, competed in the 2011 Asian Championships, held in Kobe, Japan and achieved the bronze medal by finishing the 4*400 metres in 3:08.58.

He is married to Leila Rajabi, a Naturalized Iranian shot putter of Belarusian origin.

Peyman Rajabi
Personal information
Native nameپیمان رجبی
Birth namePeyman Rajabi
NationalityIranian
Born (1984-02-16) February 16, 1984 (age 36)
Bushehr, Iran
ResidenceTehran, Iran
Height1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)
Weight107 kg (236 lb; 16 st 12 lb)
Sport
Country Iran
SportAthletics

Fitness

Bodybuilding

Competition Record[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Presenting Flag of Iran.svg Iran
2002 Asian Junior Championships Bangkok, Thailand 3rd 4*100 m Relay 40.86
3rd 4*400 m Relay 3:10.95
2009 Chinese Taipei International Athletic Taipei, China 6th 4*100 m 40.81
1st 200 m 21.6
1st 4*400 m 3:10.21
2010 Hungary International Athletic Budapest, Hungary 3rd 200 m
1st 4*100m 40.75
2011 Asian Championships Kobe, Japan 3rd 4*400 m 3:08.58

Training Career[edit]

Peyman Rajabi has been an elite trainer since 2011 in fitness, bodybuilding and athletics and has been working in various excellent gyms (i.e. Oxygen , Energy Plus, and Raspina) in Tehran, Iran. He has been the coach of distinguished athletes:

  • Seyed Jalal Hoseini (captaining for Persepolis in Persian Gulf Pro League and the Iranian national team)
  • Sina Karimian (K-1 WORLD GP CHAMPION and 5X World Champion in Muaythai & Kickboxing)
  • Hamideh Abbasali (an Iranian karateka)
  • Mehdi Mahdavi (volleyball a setter for the Iran national team)
  • Hosein Mahini (playing for the Persian Gulf Pro League side Persepolis and the Iran national football team as a defender)
  • Leyla Rajabi (Iranian Shot put record holder)

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