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Kazakhstan's Muai Thai team wins 18 medals at 2015 IFMA Royal World Cup 08 сентября 2015, 18:29

Kazakhstani muay thai team has won 18 medals at the 2015 IFMA Royal World Cup.
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Kazakhstani muay thai team has won 18 medals at the 2015 IFMA Royal World Cup, Tengrinews reports.

 Out of 24 athletes 18 won medals: 1 gold, 6 silver and 11 bronze medals.

13 y.o. Maksat Dyusengali competing in the -32 kg weight division brought the gold medal.

 The silver medalists are: Abdurasul Machzhon (12-13 y.o. – 36 kg weight division), Katrin Vechkutina (16-17, -48 kg), Zhanibek Kanatbayev (16-17, -63.5 kg), Nikolay Samsuyev (16-17, -67 kg), Vadim Borka (14-15, - 42 kg) and Vladislav Goloshubov (14-15, -51 kg).

The bronze medalists are: Abdybek Pernekhan (16-17 y.o. – 48 kg), Dmitriy Zhuev (15-16, -51 kg) and Anatoliy Solomkin (16-17, -54 kg). In addition to the youth competitors, Ablay Kuralbayev (-48 kg) and Raimbek  Sembek (-63.5 kg) won the bronze in the B class. Rauan Kadybayev (-51 kg), Ilyas Mussin (-54 kg), Ishan Galiev (-57 kg), Abil Galyev (-60 kg), Zhanserik Amirzhanov (-67 kg) and Nikolay Gusniev (+91 kg) won the third places in the A class.

The IFMA Royal World Cup gathered sportsmen from 5 continets. The championship took place in Bangkok from August 13 to 22. This year, Thailand presented three Royal Throphies for the competition. According to IFMA, “His Majesty the King’s Trophy will be presented to the best male national team, Her Majesty the Queen’s Trophy will be presented to the best female national team, and His Royal Highness the Prince’s Trophy will be given to the presented to the best junior team”.


All photos © muaythai.kz

The 2016 IFMA World Championship will take place in Sweden from May 19 to 29.

By Gyuzel Kamalova


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