Alexey Voevoda (Russia)
 

About Alexey

Voyevoda holds a good deal of recognition as a professional arm wrestler, also secured several Russian arm wrestling championships. His triumph over legendary arm-wrestler John Brzenk, was immortalized in the feature-length documentary, "Pulling John", directed by Sevan Matossian. The film, "Pulling John", also chronicles his life and training in Russia. He was defeated by Travis Bagent at the 2003 WAF championship, but won the Zloty Tur 2004 cup one year later, defeating high level armwrestlers such as Bagent, Brzenk, Matt Girdner, and Alexey Semerenko. Voyevoda reclaimed the WAF championship in 2004 (left- and right-handed) and won the European Championship the same year. After a left hand vendetta match with Alexey Semerenko (winning 4–2) and Travis Bagent (losing 5–1) in 2005, Voyevoda took a break from his professional arm wrestling career to return bobsleigh training until 2007. As of 2007, Alexey Voyevoda returned to the arm wrestling scene once again, he won a vendetta match 6–0 against Michael Todd from USA in Bulgaria on 26 May. After that short comeback he resigned from the armwrestling scene due to his bobsleigh training and Olympic judo training and since then, has not appeared in any other event.

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Alex Voevoda is a unique athlete who stays in armwrestling history as a Russian hero who had been leading in the world rankings for many years and left armwrestling undefeated.

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When Alex decided to try himself in the Olympic sport of bobsledding it was a real loss for his armwrestling fans. Despite the impressive list of all his conceivable achievements in bobsled, including double Olympic gold, loyal fans around the world waited patiently for the return of their idol to armwrestling.

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