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European Championships 2019

Cesar MOREIRA, WKF EUROPE continental director

Dear friends in sport,

respected European WKF presidents,

 

it’s a great pleasure and honour for me to to welcome all of our members, fighters, officials, country presidents and supporters to our next European Championships in Baia Mare.

WKF European family is first time in history guest in beautiful Romania !

It is interesting to see how the World is getting ever more closer and therefore, it is pleasing to see the European Championships in this wonderful and charming country.

 
WKF head office expect again more than 30 countries from all over Europe in east and west and from Scandinavia to Cyprus. More than 1000 competitors expected, in all WKF disciplines, Tatami, ring sport, MMA and Sanda.

 

Florin MINA, WKF ROMANIA president

WKF ROMANIA president Florin MINA announce next European Championship 2019 in Baia Mare.

From October 21st to 26th our European WKF family meet in beautiful Romania.

Over 30 countries are expected to participate and there will be matches from kids to juniors to seniors, male and females.

In the final day will be 12 fights with important and great fighters like Cristian “The Fastest” MileaCostin Mincu Adrian “Spartacus” Mina and many others.
 
For full information, Hotel booking and more contact
 
Mr. Florin MINA by mail.

 

WKF

 

European Championship

 

2011 Vienna, Austria / 2013 Bregenz, Austria / 2015 Dunaujvaros, Hungary / 2017 Santorini, Greece

Official medals of all European Championships total

 

 

 

Gold

Silver

Bronze

 

 

1.

2.

3.

 

 

 

 

 

1.      

Austria

84

77

82

2.      

Germany

65

78

46

3.      

Czech Republic

47

34

20

4.      

Slovakia

34

29

43

5.      

Portugal

24

8

12

6.      

France

23

22

23

7.      

Ukraine

23

17

21

8.      

Hungary

22

25

35

9.      

Romania

17 

13

8

10.  

Spain

15

11

13