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Adilkhan Sagindykov

Adilkhan Sagindykov
Personal information
Full name Adilkhan Syrlybayevich
Nationality  Kazakhstan
Born (1979-06-26) 26 June 1979
Ongutsik Qazaqstan,
Kazakh SSR, Soviet Union
Height 1.87 m (6 ft 1 12 in)
Weight 85 kg (187 lb)
Sport Taekwondo
Event(s) +80 kg

Adilkhan Syrlybayevich Sagindykov (Kazakh: Әділхан Сырлыбаевич Сағындықов; born June 26, 1979 in Ongutsik Qazaqstan) is a Kazakh taekwondo practitioner, who competed in the men's heavyweight category.[1] He picked up a bronze medal in the over-84 kg category at the 1999 World Taekwondo Championships in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and attained a fifth-place finish at the 2004 Summer Olympics, representing his nation Kazakhstan.[2]

Sagindykov qualified as a lone taekwondo fighter for the Kazakh squad in the men's heavyweight class (+80 kg) at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, by granting a berth and placing fifth from the Asian Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Bangkok, Thailand.[3] He lost his opening match 2–7 to South Korean taekwondo jin and eventual Olympic champion Moon Dae-sung, but spared elimination by moving abruptly into the repechage bracket for his chance of an Olympic bronze medal. In the repechage, Sagindykov edged out Spain's Jon García in his first playoff before ending his Olympic debut with a fifth-place finish in favor of the referee's decision, following a 2–2 tie with Jordan's Ibrahim Kamal.[4][5]


  1. ^ "Adilkhan Sagindykov". Olympics at  
  2. ^ "Қазақстан Республикасының спортшылары - Афины қаласындағы (Грекия) XXVIII Олимпиада ойындарының жеңiмпаздарына, жүлдегерлерiне және олардың жаттықтырушыларына біржолғы төлемдер туралы" [Athens 2004: Kazakh medalists and coaches will receive one-time payments] (in Қазақша). 2004. Retrieved 10 January 2015. 
  3. ^ "Athens 2004: Taekwondo – Men's Entry List by NOC" ( 
  4. ^ "Taekwondo – Men's Heavyweight (+80kg/+176lbs) Repechage Round 2".  
  5. ^ "29 de agosto: La participación española" [August 29: A Spaniard's participation] (in Español).  

External links

  • Profile – Taekwondo Data
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