After a busy summer of Muaythai action, many of the winning athletes have been honoured with awards in their home countries in recognition of their achievements. Winning a medal is about much more than sport, as these athletes are role models to inspire the next generation in physical health and mental strength.
The historic city of Prague this week hosted the European muaythai championships and also the 115 Anniversary celebrations for Harley Davidson. Many of the muaythai athletes made time to visit the city centre and take in the sights before leaving.
At every tournament IFMA and EMF recognise the outstanding achievements and sportsmanship of athletes and officials – both inside and outside the ring. And of course one team scoops the award for Best Team based on their results.
After an exciting week of muaythai, some of the best bouts took place on the last day as the men’s and women’s divisions drew to a close. Some of the most well-known names in muaythai including Dmitry Valent, Vital Hurkou, Jimmy Vienot, Ali Dogan and Svetlana Vinnikova, Nili Block all jumped the ropes for a […]
All the muaythai athletes, officials and so many others were treated to a special event as part of the European muaythai championships in Prague when they attended the All-Star Gala night as part of the 115 Anniversary celebrations for Harley Davidson.
Today saw the second round of medal bouts with muaythai athletes including Anatoli Sukhanov and Angela Mamic taking gold.
Today saw athletes reaching quarter-final and semi-final stage of the European muaythai championships with high-octane bouts in each ring all day for men and women.