RUSSIAN STREETLIFTING FEDERATION
The Russian Streetlifting Federation (FSR) was founded in December 2016 by representatives of 3 regional branches – the Tver, Sverdlovsk and Moscow regions. Ararat Gulian became the president of the new organization.
It is one of the oldest organizations in the ISF that has made a significant contribution to the development of this sport. The FSR specialists developed the first full-fledged rules of streetlifting competitions and its individual movements, which later formed the basis of the ISF rules.
FSR together with their Greek colleagues became the founders of the International Streetlifting Federation (ISF) in 2017.
At the moment, the FSR has 35 regional branches. More than 3,000 athletes, 250 referees and secretaries. He is also preparing documents for filing an application for recognition of streetlifting in Russia.
Previous national championships
- December 23, 2017 – The first Russian Championship (Miass, Chelyabinsk region)
- April 07, 2018 – Russian Cup, Moscow
- August 25-26, 2018 – All-Russian Tournament, Moscow
- September 27-29, 2019 Russian Championship, Moscow
- November 06-08, 2020 Open Russian Championship, Moscow
- April 24-25, 2021 Online Russian Classic Streetlifting Championship, Moscow
- April 16-17, 2022 Online Russian Cup, Moscow
October 29-30, 2022 Russian Championship, Omsk
Previous international championships
- In Russia in 2018, the first continental streetlifting tournament according to the ISF version was held – the Eastern European Championship in St. Petersburg. Athletes from 6 countries took part in this championship.
- In 2019, 200 athletes from 12 countries took part in the ISF European Championship in Moscow.
- In 2020, due to the pandemic, the ISF World Championship, which was supposed to be held in Moscow, was canceled.
In 2021, the ISF European Championship was held in Moscow, Uralsk and Istanbul
||President Russian Streetlifting Federation|
Ararat Gulian – public figure, sports functionary, individual entrepreneur. President and founder of the International Streetlifting Federation (ISF), Autonomous Non-profit Organization for the promotion of Power Sports (WPSA) and Regional branch of the All-Russian Mas-wrestling Federation (2015-2017).
He was engaged in sambo, wushu-sanda, gymnastics. In the army, he became interested in power sports. Since 2012, he has been actively engaged in powerlifting, mas-wrestling and functional fitness.
Ararat Gulian is European Champion WPC powerlifting 2014, the Champion of Russia on multi-repeat bench-press (folk bench press) 2015, the Referee of the international category. Since 2015, he has been the organizer of many major power sports events in Russia.