Athletes Stats and Rankings – 2013

2nd MUAYTHAI EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS : 18 – 24 AUGUST 2013 KHARKOV – UKRAINE
EUROPEAN MUAYTHAI CHAMPIONSHIP 2013 – CADET MALE AMATEUR
CADET MALE WEIGHT 41 KG.
CADET MALE WEIGHT 43 KG.
CADET MALE WEIGHT 63.5 KG.
1. Vladislav Yeremenko (Moldova)
2. Alexander Yareev (Russia)
3. Andrey Mezentsev (Ukraine)
1. Llias Melikidis (Cyprus)
2. Ivan Alyapkin (Ukraine)
3. Anton Zubenko (Russia)
1. Vriy Zhuravkov (Ukraine)
2. Vladislav Boyko (Russia)
3. Daniel Seyzonia (France)
CADET MALE WEIGHT 54 KG.
CADET MALE WEIGHT 57 KG.
1. Michael Savvas (Cyprus)
2. Igor Teoshin (Ukraine)
1. Oleg Tyshenko (Ukraine)
2. Yosit Kerimov (Azerbaijan)
EUROPEAN MUAYTHAI CHAMPIONSHIP 2013 – YOUTH FEMALE AMATEUR
YOUTH FEMALE WEIGHT 57 KG.
YOUTH FEMALE WEIGHT 63.5 KG.
1. Nili Block (Israel)
2. Viktoriya Titor (Ukraine)
1. Julie Lenglet (France)
2. Sarah Abraham (Israel)
EUROPEAN MUAYTHAI CHAMPIONSHIP 2013 – YOUTH MALE AMATEUR
YOUTH MALE WEIGHT 48 KG
YOUTH MALE WEIGHT 51 KG.
YOUTH MALE WEIGHT 57 KG.
1. Danil Kulqgin (Russia)
2. Volodimyr Muhin (Ukraine)
1. Maxim Zaichenko (Bulgaria)
2. Hikail Korobchansky (Ukraine)
1. Aleksander Fedorov (Ukraine)
2. Valeriy Gorishniy (Moldova)
YOUTH MALE WEIGHT 60 KG.
YOUTH MALE WEIGHT 63.5 KG.
YOUTH MALE WEIGHT 67 KG.
1. Ladislav Tolochlco (Ukraine)
2. Vladislav Potapor (Russia)
1. Sergey Pogosian (Ukraine)
2. Oleg Jenchenko (Moldova)
1. Andrey Goryachun (Moldova)
2. Oleksandz Mozozov (Ukraine)
YOUTH MALE WEIGHT 71 KG.
YOUTH MALE WEIGHT 75 KG.
YOUTH MALE WEIGHT 91 KG.
1. Dmitryi Nikokosherv (Russia)
2. Mikail Vlasenko (Bulgaria)
1. Konstantin Mitiagin (Ukraine)
2. Vadim Govorchenko (Moldova)
1. Nikolay Porhidze (Ukraine)
2. Oprea Ionut Catalin (Romania)
EUROPEAN MUAYTHAI CHAMPIONSHIP 2013 – SENIOR MALE AMATEUR
SENIOR MALE WEIGHT 54 KG.
SENIOR MALE WEIGHT 57 KG.
SENIOR MALE WEIGHT 60 KG.
1. Ivan Kopitto (Ukraine)
2. Dmitry Lutorevich (Moldova)
1. Tihomiz Mirev (Bulgaria)
2. Ivan Kolesnik (Moldova)
1. Asen Asenov (Bulgaria)
2. Andrey Brylor (Russia)
SENIOR MALE WEIGHT 63.5 KG.
SENIOR MALE WEIGHT 67 KG.
SENIOR MALE WEIGHT 71 KG.
1. Ruslan Berdyev (Russia)
2. Mario Kirilov (Bulgaria)
1. Sydiall Kopreivlenski (Bulgaria)
2. Andrey Zakopaylo (Russia)
1. Vladislav Minvalier (Ukraine)
2. Mikaie Vlasenko (Bulgaria)
SENIOR MALE WEIGHT 75 KG.
SENIOR MALE WEIGHT 81 KG.
SENIOR MALE WEIGHT 86 KG.
1. Oleksh Liubchenko (Russia)
2. Shmie Yegiayer (Israel)
1. Roman Kutas (Ukraine)
2. Miki Ivqnovski (Macedonia)
1. Oladislov Popov (Russia)
2. Igor Lyapin (Ukraine)
SENIOR MALE WEIGHT 91 KG.
1. Vitalii Kodin (Cyprus)
2. Aleksander Limontov (Russia)
EUROPEAN MUAYTHAI CHAMPIONSHIP 2013 – SENIOR FEMALE AMATEUR
SENIOR FEMALE WEIGHT 48 KG.
SENIOR FEMALE WEIGHT 51 KG.
SENIOR FEMALE WEIGHT 54 KG.
1. Plamena Tsigulazovga (Bulgaria)
2. Alina Kravac (Ukraine)
1. Teodora Zlatkova (Bulgaria)
2. Lyazzazut Akyova (Russia)
1. Judyta Niepogoda (Poland)
2. Pamela Filipova (Bulgaria)
SENIOR FEMALE WEIGHT 60 KG.
SENIOR FEMALE WEIGHT 63.5 KG.
SENIOR FEMALE WEIGHT 67 KG.
1. Julia Sherbina (Ukraine)
2. Lubov Beliakova (Russia)
1. Katernia Nishenko (Ukraine)
2. Nikotella Giounteri (Greece)
1. Polina Arhipova (Russia)
2. Oleksandra Peehenuk (Ukraine)
EUROPEAN MUAYTHAI CHAMPIONSHIP 2013 – PRO-AM MALE
PRO AM MALE WEIGHT 60 KG.
PRO AM MALE WEIGHT 63.5 KG.
PRO AM MALE WEIGHT 67 KG.
1. Georgios Ketserov (Cyprus)
2. Vladislav Nikitin (Ukraine)
1. Ruslan Berdyev (Russia)
2. Vlaho Aleksandro (Greece)
1. Fedor Cherkashyn (Ukraine)
2. Ilia Shavronsky (Israel)
PRO AM MALE WEIGHT 71 KG.
PRO AM MALE WEIGHT 81 KG.
PRO AM MALE WEIGHT 86 KG.
1. Artur Zakinko (Cyprus)
2. Anton Zabrovshi (Israel)
1. Maksim Voronov (Ukraine)
2. Grigore Costin (Romania)
1. Stanislav Popov (Russia)
2. Nikita Chyb (Ukraine)
PRO AM MALE WEIGHT 91 KG.
PRO AM MALE WEIGHT +91 KG.
1. Vitalii Kodin (Cyprus)
2. Grigore Vlad (Romania)
1. Marsim Suleenov (Moldova)
2. Roman Shykitka (Ukraine)
EUROPEAN MUAYTHAI CHAMPIONSHIP 2013 – PRO-AM FEMALE
PRO AM FEMALE WEIGHT 51 KG.
PRO AM FEMALE WEIGHT 60 KG.
PRO AM FEMALE WEIGHT 67 KG.
1. Lyazzazut Akyova (Russia)
2. Tahoma Daabrak (Ukraine)
1. Ludov Beliakova (Moldova)
2. Tarnovskaya Katerina (Ukraine)
1. Katerina Nishenko (Ukraine)
2. Poline Arhipova (Russia)