|2003||World Judo Championships||5th||Open class|
|European Judo Championships||5th||Heavyweight (+100 kg)|
|2001||European Judo Championships||7th||Heavyweight (+100 kg)|
|2000||European Judo Championships||5th||Heavyweight (+100 kg)|
|1993||European Judo Championships||7th||Heavyweight (+95 kg)|
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“When science, art, literature, and philosophy are simply the manifestation of personality, they are on a level where glorious and dazzling achievements are possible, which can make a mans name live for thousands of years. But above this level, far above, separated by an abyss, is the level where the highest things are achieved. These things are essentially anonymous.”
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