Free-style wrestling World Champion ( 2005)
Major-general, one of the first Ossetia generals
Outstanding Soviet, Russian musical conductor.
Talanted Moscow FC CSKA and Russian National team player.
Boxing Russian National Champion (1996)
Professor, Member of the USSR Medical Science Academy
Free-style wrestling Champion of the USSR (1959),
Designer of the jet engines, winner of the USSR State Prize.
Professor, linguist specializing in Russian language.
The editor of “Ossetia” magazine in Paris
Bronze medallist at Olympic Games in Rom
Professor, Doctor in economical science
Honored Trainer of the USSR, World War 2 veteran
Major-general, North Ossetian Minister of Emmergency Situations
Free-style wrestling two time World Champion (1982, 1983)
Holder of the 4 St.George's Crosses
Third degree State Counselor
Major-general, WW2 veteran
Holder of St.George Cross (all degrees)
Holder of 3 St.George Crosses, officer of the Russian Army.
Lieutenant-general, WW2 hero
Free-style wrestling World Cup (1984) Champion, bronze medalist at European Championship
Major-general, Hero of the Soviet Union
Major-general of Tadzhikistan Military Forces
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Public figure (France)
Silver medalist at the Weightlifting and Armwrestling World and European Championships
Armwrestling multiple World and European Champion
Major-general, a World War 1 hero.
Brief overview. June 2007
Free-style wrestling two time Olympic Champion (1988,1992), Six time World Champion
Armwrestling three time World Champion (2001, 2002, 2003).
Free-style wrestling World and European Champion (2003)
Free-style wrestling European Champion (1995)