Dima Nosov, Russian sportsman
Dmitriy Nosov was born on April 9, 1980 in a military town Chita-46, USSR.
Dima is a famous Russian judoka, Honored Master of Sports in Judo, Master of Sports in Sambo. He won a bronze medal in Judo at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. He is a black belt and 1st International Master in Sambo, a black belt in Judo, and a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Dmitriy is a deputy of the State Duma (since 2011).
In 1987 his family moved to Leningrad and in 1990 to Moscow. In 1991 Dmitriy entered legendary school Sambo-70, where future Olympic medalist studied until 1997.
In 1996 Dmitry received a serious injury and was not involved in the competitions. But from 1997 to 2006 he had won prizes and Championships in Russia, Europe and in the World.
In 2003, Dmitriy Nosov graduated from the Russian State Academy of Physical Culture and Sport. From 2004 to 2006 he was a Vice-President of the nonprofit partnership MP ‘Blackbird’ – Russian Children are educated and healthy.
In 2006, Dmitriy left professional sport.
Now Nosov is a social activist, Chairman of the Charitable Foundation titled “Dmitry Nosov Foundation”, Head of the judo school. Dmitriy regularly meets with young athletes, school children, students actively promoting the sport and a healthy lifestyle.
Nosov was awarded the medal “For Military Cooperation”, the medal “For Distinguished Service”, the medal “For courage” and International Order “Glory of the Nation”.
He is also an actor, who starred in the TV series “Zone” and in a patriotic action film “The Way”.
Dmitriy has two daughters. They are Zlata, by his first wife, and Darina, born in January 2011, by his second wife, Darya.
His official site: дмитрийносов.рф