European Champion from Hungary Makes the team for EMF Antalya Open

 

Norbert Speth (23 years) has rocketed to the highest circles of the world Muaythai winning silver medal in his first Muaythai event in the Elite class. It was World Championships 2018 where Norbert left Ukrainian superstar Sergey Kulyaba out of competition and missing little in the final against Dzmitry Varatz. This rematch gives us a lot to look forward in 2019. 

European Championships 2018 in Prague was triumphant for Norbert where he dominated in the 67 kg division using the absence of Varatz in the Czech Republic. It was the first gold medal for Norbert in the IFMA event. 

Known little just year ago Norbert is the leader of the Hungarian team motivating young athletes which go to Antalya to compete for medals and gain experience before an eventful 2019.

 

Many athletes on the Hungarian team already had a taste of the international events with Dominik Dely taking his last year to compete in the youth division as next year he turns 18. Ajsa Adél Sándorfi is in the same situation and will transition to the 60 kg women where she will have to prove herself among world champions of today.

 

Hungarian team is getting momentum due to the amazing management of the National Federation. Achievement of the Hungarian athletes became truly sensational in Budapest with the city authorities starting to think of hosting the European Muaythai Championships in their amazing country. 

 

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