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    Polish Fighters Shine at IMMAF 2024 European Championships

    In the opening day of the 2024 IMMAF European Championships in Serbia, Polish fighters demonstrated their prowess, clinching a total of six medals out of 20 bouts. The tournament, which commenced on March 29th in Belgrade’s Ranko Žeravica Sports Hall, witnessed intense competition among over 500 athletes from 35 countries.

    Youth Domination

    On March 30th, the focus was on the younger age groups, with competitors aged 12-13 and 14-15 taking the stage. Seven young fighters from Poland, selected by the MMA Poland Association, showcased their skills. Among them, Julia Lewandowska and Ksawery Mosing emerged victorious, claiming gold medals in their respective categories. Notably, Ksawery Mosing, already a world champion from 2023, continued his winning streak, while Julia Lewandowska added to her bronze medal from the previous year’s tournament.

    Out of the 13 victories secured by Polish representatives, Antoni Bawor claimed silver, while Hubert Getka, Aleksander Kosna, and Dominik Sitko earned bronze medals. However, Sitko’s promising run was cut short due to injury, sidelining him from further competition. The matches, each consisting of a single 4-minute round, showcased the tenacity and skill of Poland’s young fighters.

    As the championship progresses, attention turns to the older age groups. On April 2nd, four representatives from Poland aged 16-17 will step into the ring, followed by junior and senior categories. Under the guidance of coach Emil Różewski, Poland’s cadet team continues to make its mark on the international MMA stage, promising further excitement and triumphs in the days ahead.

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