Swedish Champions Making Their Way to the International Events

Swedish National Championships took place last weekend with current champions taken on by the promising athletes and young generation which is looking forward to taking their spot in the national team.

The names of the country best became public on Sunday and current world and continental champions again confirmed their status and intent to compete on the highest level in 2019.

Odenplan Fightgym IF again will be represented in high numbers at the national team with such names as Camilla Danielsson, Jesicca Pettersson, Patricia Axlig winning gold medals of the event. The fact that Sofia Olofsson also represents Odenplan Fightgym makes it one of the strongest gyms in Europe.

The beginning of the year gave hope to the competitors when Patricia Axling came second at the Baltic Muaythai Open 2019 losing her final bout the Czech Karolína Klusova.  

Camilla Danielsson started her year strong with victories over two serious opponents in 48 kg Leigh Newton (GBR) and Svetlana Spetsyan (BLR) in Lithuania. For the Swedish Championships, she went back to her 45 kg winning gold medal and giving hope to fans who will want to see her winning the current world champion Alena Leshkevich (BLR).

Angela Mamic and Ewin Ates from Oresund Gym are making their way to the national team to promote Sweden and their gym at the international arena. Both athletes will again be an asset to the IFMA events showing the strength of the Swedish muaythai. 

It will be now a task for the management and Swedish head coach to pick the most prepared athletes who will go to fight for the gold medals in IFMA events.



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