Excellent communication skills and interpersonal relationships are driving forces behind leaders in any industry. Coaches who can adequately demonstrate their techniques in the sports arena can benefit their students on all bases, spanning championships and ability development. Navruzmakhmad Sanoev, a victor in the martial arts field, exhibits his professional experience as a sportsman on the national and international levels.
A Representative of Martial Arts to His Home Country
Born on March 18, 1970, in Tajikistan, Sanoev has been of interest to his nation as a citizen since he delved into judo and sambo as a distinguished athlete. A specialist in physical culture or physical mindfulness, he entered the Tajik College in 2005. He graduated from Tajik College in 2007 with a diploma as a certificate of his learning journey.
Although he earned a diploma in his later years, Navruzmakhmad has worked alongside other proficient athletes in Tajikistan since 1997, when he joined the Tajikistan National Sambo Team as a dedicated athlete. Because Tajikistan is one of the top nations in the world in the realm of sambo, the country found it crucial for its martial arts system to be composed of the most successful and advantageous sportspeople.
With the assistance of the Tajikistan Republic Sambo Federation, the State Agency for Physical Culture and Sport deemed Sanoev to have remarkable abilities that are apt for being a member. Makhmud Abdulloev, the Sambo Union of Asia Vice President and the Sambo Federation of the Republic of Tajikistan Secretary General, recommended Sanoev’s induction into the team.
Navruzmakhmad’s years of training in the two disciplines earned him many winnings in international and national championships. He triumphed in sambo throughout Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, and Tajikistan, placing on the podium throughout several tournaments from 2003 to 2006. His judo competitions took him to the United States, where he placed 1st in the 2016 NE USA Judo Championship in Peterson, NJ. Other significant judo meets were in Ufa and Moscow, Russia, in which he won 1st place in the 2015 4th Moscow Open Judo, 2015 1st All-Russian Veteran Judo, and the 2016 Russian Veteran Judo events. His efforts declared him a five-time Sambo champion of Tajikistan.
A Precise Guide to the Future Generation
Sanoev’s time with the Tajikistan National Sambo Team earned him a position as its Assistant Head Coach in 2004. His responsibilities included:
- Fostering his teammates’ development.
- Keeping track of their strengths and weaknesses.
- Continually educating them in the judo and sambo arts.
Around the same time, from 2002 to 2004, this athlete was the diligent team captain for the Sambo Federation of the Republic of Tajikistan.
U.S. citizens have witnessed Sanoev’s coaching abilities in action. Alexander Slepak, a representative for Georgian Wrestling Club in Brooklyn, NY, testified of Sanoev’s raising of a generation competing on the national and international levels in judo. His students experienced empathy, strong communication, and frequent feedback so that they could quickly learn proper judo techniques.
About the author
Jax Build is a Sambo enthusiast following promising athletes. He has written about world talents in sports for years in different journals and social media.