Personal Information

Residence Tehran, IRI

Occupation Athlete

Languages English, Persian

License number 23081990002


World Cup--11
Varsovie (POLAND), 2018-02-23
Zone Championships-134
Wuxi (CHINA), 2016-04-13Suwon City (KOREA), 2014-07-02
Hong Kong (HONG KONG, CHINA), 2017-06-17
Bangkok (THAILAND), 2018-06-19
Tbilisi (GEORGIA), 2018-01-28

Sport Specific Information

Why this sport? "I started fencing by chance. First, I practised taekwondo, but after losing a match I decided to give it up. My brother was a fencer on the national team. I liked the sport and thanks to him I had a chance to train with other fencers on the national team. Gradually I became a fencer."

Name of coach Peyman Fakhri [national]

Handedness Right

International Debut

Year 2008

Competing for Iran

General Interest

Hobbies Supporting Iranian football team Esteghlal. (khabarvarzeshi.com, 12 Jan 2021)

Most influential person in career His parents. (bornanews.ir, 30 Mar 2015)

Injuries In early 2020 he was troubled by a hand injury. (varzesh3.com, 22 May 2020)

Sporting philosophy / motto "Fencing is animated chess." (bornanews.ir, 30 Mar 2015)

Ambitions To compete at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. (varzesh3.com, 27 Nov 2020)

Other information RIO DISAPPOINTMENT
In 2020 he said he remained disappointed with his performance at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, where he lost 15-11 in the first round of the individual sabre event to Matyas Szabo of Germany. "I have been thinking about this since 2016 because I worked hard to get to the [2016] Olympics and I gave it away easily. I am still upset about it. I would not be so upset if I had lost 15-14. Therefore, I am trying to be a more worthy representative of Iran at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. I had the motivation four years ago [in 2016] but I did not have the experience I do now." (varzesh3.com, 27 Nov 2020)


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