Who Will Be the Gold Medalst in 71 Kg Women at the European Muaythai Championships 2017

71 kg female division is another weight which resets the score, and gives equal chances to the competitors which can come out of the shadow of the renowned champions.

Russian golden girl in 71 kg Anna Tarasova, who is the European Champion 2016 and World Champion 2017 will watch these European Championships on TV as soon she had great news for all her followers. Anna will soon become a mom and will add to the Russian muaythai community new generation of athletes. No doubts it will be amazing. This time Alina Ovchinnikova will try to fill Anna’s shoes, and she will need to try hard to live up to the expectations of the Russian fans.

Swedish silver medalist at EC2016 Anna Strasberg opted to dedicated 2017 to her post athletic career going for her Engineer Degree at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. That gave chance to Angela Mamic to take a role of number one in 71 division. The Swedish team manager Lena Olsson said that Angela is a very tough athlete and will maintain the high level of the Swedish female muaythai. Angela made a notable progress in the last year, and Europe will see a great performance of the Swedish athlete. The silver medal at the World Championships in Minsk was a great proof to her great shape.

Maelle Deboulle, the host of the Championships, will make her debut and the only fact that thousands of people will cheer for her should give her emotional charge to get far in the draw. She is a very promising athlete and will want to become a hero in front of her own crowd.

A young Cypriot Eleonora Filippou will join the 71 kg division to fight for the gold medal, and will want to improve her result from Minsk where she won silver medal. In Minsk she won strong Belarus Anastasia Malchanskaya but was stopped by Anna Tarasova. This year another Russian may be on the way of Eleonora but she is fully prepared to give her 100% against any competitor.

71 kg is another weight division with a standoff history will only make spectators be louder at the Halle Georges Carpentier.



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