The beautiful city of Nizhny Novgorod, known as capital of sunsets, hosted the Russian Muaythai Championships from the 5-10th of March at the Sports Palace Yunost. The competitions gathered 450 muaythai participants on 2 rings over 6 days.

The finals were richly decorated with World and European champions with expected results from former men’s gold medalists, Gadzhi Medzhidov of Kizlyar, Konstantin Shakhtarin of Solikamsk and former women’s gold medalists Maria Klimova of Moscow and Ekaterina Bezhan of Surgut. These athletes have proved time and time again their mastership that is famous all over the world.

As a result, the winners will participate as neutral athletes in the IFMA 2024 Senior World Championships which will be held in June in Greece. Team AIN, as always comes with a full delegation of athletes with many athletes being multiple Russian Champions and also world champions they will have even greater chances of winning gold.

And the winners are:
45 kg – Sofia Istratova (Krasnodar region)
48 kg – Bella Durandina (Omsk region) 3-time Russian champion
51 kg – Kristina Tumanova (Moscow)
54 kg – Anna Safeeva (Moscow)
57 kg – Maria Klimova (Moscow) 7-time Russian champion
60 kg – Marina Bespalova (Saint-Petersburg)
63.5 kg – Anastasia Borisova (Moscow)
67 kg – Anastasia Nepianidi (Kaliningrad region) 4-time Russian champion
71 kg – Ekaterina Bezhan (Khanty-Mansiysk county) 6-time Russian champion
75 kg – Kristina Tikhonova (Kuzbass)
75+ kg – Margarita Kulgun (Leningrad region)
48 kg – Amurlen Tugurov (Kuzbass)
51 kg – Ovsep Aslanyan (Novosibirsk region) 7-time Russian champion
54 kg – Salavat Isaev (Kuzbass)
57 kg – Aslanbek Zikreev (Kuzbass) 7-time Russian champion
60 kg – Mazid Temaev (Dagestan)
63.5 kg – Magomed Kurbanov (Dagestan)
67 kg – Askhab Akhmedov (Dagestan)
71 kg – Konstantin Shakhtarin (Perm region)
75 kg – Nikita Maksimets (Nizhny Novgorod region)
81 kg – Daniil Chashin (Nizhny Novgorod region)
86 kg – Ali Aliev (Dagestan) 4-time Russian champion
91 kg – Gadzhi Medzhidov (Dagestan) 7-time Russian champion
91+ kg – Dmitry Vasenev (Nizhny Novgorod region) 3-time Russian champion