Spectacular Finals

8 days of competition have come to an end at the European Championships 2022. The finals exceeded all expectations. With 12 World Games spots on the line and all contests going the distance, showcasing the quality of the competition.

Men’s World Games Division Winners:

57kg

Vladyslav Mykytas (UKR) dominates Rui B. (POR)

63.5kg

Aik Begian (RUS) dominates Linus Bylander (SWE)

67kg

Dzimitry Varats (BLR) wins against Erdem taha Dincer (TUR)

71kg

Ilia Balanov (RUS) dominates Oleksandr Yefimenko (UKR)

 81kg

Enis Yunusoglu (TUR) dominates Daniil Chashin (RUS)

91kg

Lukasz Radosz (POL) dominates Toni Catipovic (CRO)

Female World Games Division Winners:

48kg

Erivan Barut (TUR) dominates Anastasiia Kulinich (UKR)

51kg

Daria Ganzvind (RUS) dominates Rebecca Hodl (AUT)

54kg

Victoria Kuvikina (RUS) dominates Kubra Aktas (TUR)

57kg

Patricia Axling (SWE) wins Maria Klimova (RUS)

60kg

Kubra Kocakus (TUR) wins Darya Bialkova (BLR)

63.5kg

Nora Cornolle (FRA) wins Valeria Albul (RUS)

Russia was the overall best team followed by Turkey, Belarus, Ukraine, France and Sweden. The Scandinavian teams also rose to new heights with Sweden, Denmark and Norway gracing the podium.

2023 host of the European Games, Poland, showed their ambitions to make their homeland proud by winning gold in the 81Kg division and also directly qualifying for The World Games.

There are certainly many multi-sport games to look forward to in the near future and we can’t wait to see these athletes on centre stage at The World Games in Birmingham, Alabama!


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