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Motivational Story of Success of Asror Mukhitdinov, a Talented Wrestler from Uzbekistan

Sailun Tires

The story of Asror Mukhitdinov, who is a talented wrestler from Uzbekistan is incredibly interesting, especially for your readers who want to achieve as bright achievements as this sportsman. Asror shares his life details in the interview below.

Will you please describe the details of your unique career and educational background. How has it influenced your life?

I’m incredibly self-motivated and live in accordance with my plans. Self-motivation is a skill that permits performing essential tasks and duties more effectively. I like to set ambitious goals and achieve them all. I have other motivating factors, such as money, love, and the need for recognition. Understanding my desires and priorities helps me remain motivated and not miss opportunities. In the beginning of my career, I was afraid of not achieving the set goal. My determination to achieve the major targets is unbreakable. For that reason, I never stop learning from my shortcomings.

To keep myself motivated, I set daily targets, do exercises, and keep a track of my progress. It is a way to reach my targets. Thanks to such an approach, I was proud to be recognized as one of the best wrestler professionals in the country and my national team. I treat every obstacle as my opportunity.

Will you please describe the conditions in which you were raised as a child. Where were you born? What did you like to do as a child?

Childhood memories are always great. I was born on February 14, 1994 in Bukhara. After my kindergarten, my family moved to the capital where I could get higher education. My father used to work as a local taxi driver, while my mother was a housewife. I grew up in a middle-class family. I was very interested in doing sports and being physically active. My parents saw that and encouraged me to do sports, so I have been involved in professional sports since I was 6 years old. I devoted 22 years of my life to sports.

What is your main professional goal? What will you do after you achieve it?

A goal is like a roadmap, it shows the way to reach the needed destination. Your journey can be full of twists and turns. A goal gives you something to strive for and stay motivated. It’s a milestone of where you’re trying to go and what you’re trying to achieve. When you finally reach these heights, the sense of accomplishment is unmatched. Without them, you might wander aimlessly, without any sense of purpose or direction. Every sports journey starts with a goal. My biggest goal is to win a gold Olympic medal in the sport of Greco Roman wrestling. After reaching my goal, I’ll continue my career as a sports trainer. I have plans to teach the young generation the secrets of this sport, to become the best sports coach. I am now pursuing those goals.

Does it happen that you lose faith in yourself? What do you do in such moments?

Sometimes people lose faith in themselves when they’re not seeing results for their efforts, or when the results are slow. We have to learn to take challenges as a part of life. Challenges help us grow, get stronger, and become wiser. Challenges test our faith in ourselves and in our dreams, goals and aspirations. The testing of our faith produces patience. I have a family and their presence, faith, and support always motivates me.

Have you ever received any awards or accolades while studying in school, a university or in your career?

Yes, I have. I have a lot, to be honest. I graduated from school and university with excellent grades and big achievements in the field of sports. Since my childhood, I decided to devote my life to the sport of Greco-Roman wrestling and showed great athletic abilities. I successfully participated in and won numerous major national and international martial arts tournaments. I believe that I qualify as an alien of extraordinary ability in the field of Greco-Roman wrestling based on the following achievements:

  • 2017: 3rd place at the National Greco-Roman Championship, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

  • 2017: 2nd place at the National Greco-Roman Championship, Tashkent Uzbekistan.

  • 2016: “Best Gloves of the Year” award, Bukhara, Uzbekistan.

  • 2015: 3rd place at the National Greco-Roman Championship, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

  • 2014: 3rd place at the National Greco-Roman Championship, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

  • 2011: 1st place at the International Greco-Roman Wrestling dedicated to the memory of Master Of Sports of Russia Babinov Valentin Ivanovich, Sovetsk, Russia.

  • 2011: 3rd place at the Azerbaijan Wrestling Federation Cup, Baku, Azerbaijan.

  • 2011: 2nd place at the Greco-Roman Wrestling Tournament amongst National Culture Center’s teams of Uzbekistan, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

  • 2010: 1st place at the National Greco-Roman Championship, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

  • 2009: 3rd place at the VIII International Greco-Roman Wrestling Tournament for the award of Rustem Kazakov, Alushta, Crimean Autonomous Republic.

  • 2008: 2nd place at the City Greco-Roman Championship, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

  • 2008: 1st place at the V International Greco-Roman Tournament among juniors, Turarkent.

I participated at the international events representing my country:

  • 2018: Open International Championships in memory of Bill Farrelli.

  • 2017: U23 World Championship, Bydgoszcz, Poland.

  • 2015: Bolat Turlukhmanov Championship, Kazakhstan.

  • 2015: Asian Championships in Freestyle, Greco-Roman and Women’s Wrestling, Qatar, Doha.

  • 2012: XV Festival of Martial Arts in memory of Baidosov, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

  • 2011: Asian Cadet Wrestling Championship, Bangkok, Thailand.

  • 2011: International Greco-Roman Wrestling Championship, Hungary.

Since 2014, I have been playing a leading role in the Uzbekistan National Wrestling Team. I represented Uzbekistan at many major national and international tournaments and championships, winning numerous medals. I published material about myself in professional media publications, including an article of 11/23/2017 in German online publication “Sportausmainz” U23 World Championship in Bydgoszcz, Poland, as well as an article in the most popular sport publication in Uzbekistan, Bukhara Sport. I believe that my accomplishments in the field of Greco-Roman wrestling earned me the title of the Master of Sports, in 2017.



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