Vladislav Baitcaev

Vladislav Borisovich Baitcaev (Russian: Владислав Борисович Байцаев; born August 8, 1990, in Ossetia–Alania[2]) is a Russian freestyle wrestler of Digor descent. European champion 2018, twice Ivan Yarygin winner, he was runner-up at the 2011 European Championships and third at the 2013 European Championships, both times in the 96 kg classification. Also, he is a bronze medalist of 2016 Russian Nationals Championships at 97 kg and runner-up at the 2017 Russian National Freestyle Wrestling Championships.[3]

Vladislav Baitcaev
Владислав Байцаев
Personal information
Full nameValdislav Borisovich Baitcaev
National team Russia
Born (1990-08-17) August 17, 1990 (age 31)
Digora, Republic of North Ossetia–Alania, Soviet Union[1]
Height1.87 m (6 ft 2 in)
Weight97 kg (214 lb)
125 kg (276 lb)
Sport
CountryRussia
SportWrestling
RankInternational Master of Sports.
Event(s)Freestyle
ClubCSKA WC (Moscow)
Coached byCesar Tibilov, Georgy Berishvili, Anatoly Margiev
Medal record

Baitcaev won his first European Championships in Kaspiysk in the 97 kg category.

BiographyEdit

Vladislav Baitcaev was born in the village of Digora, North Ossetia-Alania, Soviet Union. He started to train in freestyle wrestling at the age of nine, but after one month he decided to stop training. Three years later he returned to wrestling. His first coach was Alan Dzagkoev. In 2005, he moved to Vladikavkaz where he was coached by Cesar Tibilov. Baitcaev represents the CSKA wrestling club in Moscow.[1][4]

Championships and achievementsEdit

  • Ivan Yarygin GP 2013 – 1st (96 kg)
  • Ivan Yarygin GP 2020 – 1st (97 kg)
  • Ivan Yarygin GP 2011 – 2nd (96 kg)
  • European Championships 2011 – 2nd (96 kg)
  • European Championships 2013 – 3rd (96 kg)
  • European Championships 2018 – 1st (97 kg)
  • Military World Championships 2018 – 1st (97 kg)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Baitcaev biography". osetiasportivnaya.ru. Retrieved 4 March 2011.
  2. ^ "Baitcaev's bio". wrestrus.ru. Retrieved 5 May 2018.
  3. ^ "Russian nationals fina at 97 kilos". wrestrus.ru. Retrieved 15 June 2017.
  4. ^ "Baitcaev's accomplishments". amous-birthdays.ru. Retrieved 5 May 2018.