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Sambo was part of the World Games in 1985 in London and again in 1993 in The Hague.

Medalist

Men

−52 kg

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 London  Santiago Aldecoa (ESP)  Francisco Ayala (ESP)  Jean-Marc Luciani (FRA)
1993 The Hague  Namsrat Baatarbold (MGL)  Abram Agomerian (RUS)  Raibek Mendigaliev (KAZ)

−57 kg

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 London  Iñigo Florzxa (ESP)  Michel Dupère (FRA)  Barry Cooper (GBR)
1993 The Hague  Lakek Akraliev (KAZ)  Sergey Sadorin (RUS)  Rudas Edvardas (LTU)

−62 kg

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 London  Miguel García (ESP)  Giovanni Millite (ITA)  Blas Pérez (ESP)
1993 The Hague  Sergey Ignatenko (RUS)  Andrey Savenkov (KAZ)  Jakim Rakov (BUL)

−68 kg

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 London  Francisco Lorenzo (ESP)  Jorge Bocanegra (ESP)  Stephen Cooper (GBR)
1993 The Hague  Ivan Netov (BUL)  Valeriy Belov (RUS)  José León (ESP)

−74 kg

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 London  Jon Idaretta (ESP)  Ángel Giménez (ESP)  Anthony Hull (GBR)
1993 The Hague  Nikolay Igrautzhkin (RUS)  Michail Zakoliapine (EST)  Algis Mechkouskis (LTU)

−82 kg

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 London  Julen Idaretta (ESP)  Didier Duru (FRA)  Gregory Dixon (USA)
1993 The Hague  Gusein Gaibulajev (RUS)  Majeika Petras (LTU)  Igor Dudich (BLR)

−90 kg

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 London  Eddy Kaspers (NED)  Raúl Alfonso (ESP)  Shepard Pittman (USA)
1993 The Hague  Aleksandr Dunayev (RUS)  Tsevtomir Petrov (BUL)  Ron Angus (CAN)

−100 kg

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 London  William Ward (GBR)  Gerardo Toro (ESP)  Giorgio D'Alessandro (ITA)
1993 The Hague  Vladimir Raumyantsev (RUS)  Rotsevchius Richardas (LTU)  Totot Todorov (BUL)

+100 kg

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 London  Chris Dolman (NED)  Martin Clarke (GBR)  Gary Barber (USA)
1993 The Hague  Vladimir Yemelianov (BLR)  Murat Gasanov (RUS)  Grybauskas Algamantas (LTU)

Women

−48 kg

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 London  Loli Veguillas (ESP)  Esperanza Torrecilla (ESP)  Franzi Clemencón (CHI)

−52 kg

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 London  Sacramanto Moyano (ESP)  Isabelle Vauttier (FRA)  María Montero (ESP)

−56 kg

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 London  Pilar Pérez (ESP)  Brenda Maxey (USA)  Simone del Prado (FRA)

−60 kg

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 London  Begona Gómez (ESP)  Ione Irastorza (ESP)  Marianne Baudry (FRA)

−64 kg

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 London  Mercedes Gómez (ESP)  Brigitte Siffeert (FRA)  Maria Hartog (USA)

−68 kg

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 London  Carmén Bellón (ESP)  Jocelyne Sagon (FRA)  Sarah Williams (GBR)

−72 kg

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 London  Isabel Cortabitante (ESP)  Conny Barber (USA)  Yvette Dupère (FRA)

−80 kg

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1985 London  Mencu Gutiérrez (ESP)  Vega Mayte (ESP)  Fiona Boty (GBR)