Andrey Malanichev

From Free Encyclopedia of Power Sports

Jump to: navigation, search
Andrey Malanichev

Andrey Malanichev (born January 10, 1977, in the village-the sanatorium Barvikha (Moscow region) - Honoured Master of Sports of Russia on powerlifting, champion of Russia, Europe, world, four-time winner of the Cup of the Titans(2008, 2009, 2010, 2012).

Father, Vladimir Vasilievich Malanichev, (SM of the USSR Cycling) was born in Moscow; the Mother - Galina Mikhailovna Malanicheva, was born in Smolensk; Sister - Irina Vladimirovna Malanicheva.

Before practising powerlifting Andrey engaged in wrestling and Boxing. Power троеборьем began to engage in 16 years. The first trainer - Andrey Chuprin, which laid in Andrei Маланичева tremendous power base.

The 21-year (1998). Andrey joined the club of «Muscle-Sport» the Deserved Trainer of Russia Igor Zavyalov. In the same year, Andrei Malanichev appeared for the first time at the Cup of Russia among men, in the category of up to 125 kg, and with the amount of 907 kg sets the record of Russia among the juniors. Among men Andrei takes the second place. It is noteworthy that on this tournament Malanichev said the President of the Federation of Powerlifting Vladimir V. Bogachev and invites Andrey at the 1998 World Cup in Hungary. The first time found themselves on the international platform rookie team Andrey Malanichev takes the «silver» (in/for up to 125 kg).

Achievements in sport

Andrey Malanichev

The media player is loading...

1998 - the Championship of Moscow among juniors, in/to 110 kg, absolute champion ($825 kg).

In 1999, Andrey goes to the European championship in Poland, where for the first time wins the gold medal in the national team of Russia.

In the same year in the Czech Republic at the World Championship Malanichev takes in Moscow «silver».

In 2000 Andrey malanichev speaks at the Championship of Moscow, the Center and the South of Russia in the category of up to 125 kg and became an absolute champion, having collected the amount of 980 kg.

2000. - in the Championship of Russia among juniors became an absolute Champion, and also establishes several national records of Russia.

2000. - The World championship in Taiwan in/to up to 125 kg, 1 place.

2000. - The Cup of Russia among men in Adler(age Andrei at the moment, 23 years) - 2 place.

2001. - The open championship of Moscow, in/to 125, 1 place, the absolute champion.

2001. - Championship of Russia among men (Saint-Petersburg), in/to the 125 kg, 1 place.

2001. - Championship of Europe (Syktyvkar, Russia), in/to 125 kg, 3 place.

2001. - Open Cup of Moscow, in/to 125 kg, 1 place, the absolute champion.

2001. - World championship (Finland), in/to 125 kg, 2 place.

2002. - Championship of Russia (Syktyvkar), in/to 125 kg, 2 place.

2002. - Championship of Europe (Sweden), in/to +125, 2 place.

2002. - World championship (Slovakia), in/to 125 kg, 1 place.

2003. - Championship of Russia (Kazan), in/to +125 kg, 1 place, the absolute champion, 3 the record of Russia.

2003. - Championship of Europe (Bulgaria), in/to +125, 1 place.

2003. - Championship Of The World (Denmark), in/to 125 kg, 3 place.

2004. - The Cup of Russia (Voronezh), in/to 125, 1 place.

2005. - Championship of Russia (Kazan), in/to 125 kg, 1 place.

2005. - Championship of Europe (Luxembourg), in/to 125, 2 place.

2005. - The Cup of Russia (Orel), in/to 125, 1 place, the absolute champion, 5 of records of Russia, the amount of 1123 kg.

2005. - Championship of the World (the USA), in/to 125 kg, 2 place.

2006. - Championship of Russia (Ufa), in/to 125, 1 place.

2008. - Championship of Russia (Ufa), in/to +125, 1 place.

2008. - The Cup of the Titans (Saint-Petersburg) - absolute category, 1st place, 1165 kg.

2008. - The Cup of Russia (Berdsk) in/to +125, 1 place, 1122,5 kg.

2009. - The Cup of the Titans (Saint-Petersburg) - absolute category, 1st place, 1170 kg.

2010. The UEFA super Titans (Saint-Petersburg) - absolute category, 1st place, 1170 kg.

2010. - Worldlifting (Moscow), RAW-tournament (allowed knees bandages), in/to +110 - 1 place absolute category - 2 place.

2011. The UEFA super Titans (Saint-Petersburg) - absolute category, 2 place, 1180 kg.

2012. The UEFA super Titans (Saint-Petersburg) - absolute category, 1st place, 1150 kg.

For his sport career Andrey Malanichev established more than 20 years of records.