|Full name||Abdullo Tangriev|
|Born||28 March 1981|
Surxondaryo Region, Uzbekistan
|Height||1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)|
|Weight||132 kg (291 lb)|
Abdullo Tangriev was born on 28 March 1981, in Surxondaryo Region. He was engaged with judo from the age 10. From 1995 he started training in Chirchiq Olympics school. He was able to show his talent from early ages, and in the age of 19 he was called to the Uzbekistan National Olympics team, and attended in 2000 Summer Olympics
After the Olympics, he won the Uzbekistan championship from judo, in 2001. In 2003 for the first time in his career he became the champion of Asia, in super weight category which was held in Jeju Province. In coming for years (2005, 2007, 2008, 2011) he also became the champion of Asia in judo.
In the same year of 2003 Tangriev won the third place in 23rd World Judo Championship which took place in Osaka. In the years of 2005 (Rio de Janeiro) and 2009 (Rotterdam) he twice was honored as the bronze medal owner in Judo World Championship.
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