Galiya Tynbayeva Secures Maiden Gold at 2024 Qazaqstan Barysy Grand Slam Tournament

Galiya Tynbayeva

Astana, The Gulf Observer: Galiya Tynbayeva of Kazakhstan clinched her inaugural gold medal at the prestigious 2024 Qazaqstan Barysy Grand Slam Tournament, as reported by Kazakh media outlets.

In a thrilling final showdown held at the Zhaksylyk Ushkempirov Martial Arts Palace in Astana, Tynbayeva emerged victorious against Sabina Giliazova from Russia, the reigning champion of the Tashkent Grand Prix 2019.

Tynbayeva’s path to the championship was marked by formidable challenges, notably in the semifinal encounter where she triumphed over Shirine Boukli from France. Boukli, a distinguished athlete boasting accolades such as world silver medalist, European champion, and Grand Slam victor, succumbed to Tynbayeva’s prowess on the mat.

With her triumph, Tynbayeva ascends in the global rankings, accruing a substantial 1,000 points, a testament to her exceptional skill and determination.

The 2024 Qazaqstan Barysy Grand Slam Tournament commenced today in Astana, attracting elite martial artists from around the world to compete for top honors. The tournament promises fierce competition, with winners earning coveted points for their performances. The first-place finishers will receive 1,000 points, while second and third place will be awarded 700 and 500 points, respectively.

Tynbayeva’s remarkable victory not only showcases her individual prowess but also reflects the burgeoning talent and competitive spirit within the Kazakh martial arts community. As she celebrates her maiden gold, Tynbayeva’s triumph serves as inspiration for aspiring athletes and underscores Kazakhstan’s growing prominence in the global sporting arena.