Happy Anniversary Muaythai Portugal!

The Portuguese Muaythai Federation celebrates the 30th birthday this year. It’s remarkable how much Muaythai developed in Portugal since its dawn. Today Portugal is one of the leading forces in the European Muaythai with Portuguese male and female athletes winning medals in the events of the highest level as well as representing their country in the multisport games. Portuguese Recognition by the National Olympic Committee and hosting the European Muaythai Championships 2013 in Lisbon only speak for the firm position Muaythai enjoys in Portugal. 

Contest: European Championships Mascot Is Looking for a Name

European Muaythai Championships 2018 in Prague Mascot is one of the Prague’s symbols – lion. EC lion is fully geared for Muaythai and is well aware of Muaythai techniques. 

Finland Names Its Best Athletes

Ossi Kokkoniemi from Lahti Thaiboxing Club is given the best Finnish Male Athlete award after his victory in the Finnish Championship in 71 kg division. After coming second and enjoying silver medal in 2017 this year Ossi showed his best which let him reach the highest result.

Angela Mamic Goes For Gold in Mexico

Angela Mamic is one of the core team members in the Swedish team after triumphant 2017 when she won her silver medal at the World Championships in Minsk and later same year won gold at the European Championships in Paris.