The Royal World Cup continues to give joy everyone who visits the National Stadium and most importantly brings athletes closer to their personal and team goals. Medals in 105 weight and age division are contested by athletes from 102 countries and four trophies donated by the Royal Families will be awarded to the best participants of the Royal World Cup.
Many matches have been fought and won and even before the kick off of the quarterfinals it is obvious that 2015 Royal World Cup trophies will be awarded to different countries all over the world with representatives of different nationalities making it into the following round.
Many new member countries which have only started to participate in IFMA events have already secured medals proving that the level of muaythai throughout the world grows from competition to competition and new member countries that have just joined IFMA this year are looking forward to the proud moment when athletes take their place at the podium at one of the following IFMA events.
Days four and five have been full of matches and close decisions. The level of professionalism of the experienced Technical Officials ensure that decisions are fair and true to the satisfaction of both winning and losing corner.
The last two days of the event saw matches between Kostiantyn Trishyn from Ukraine and Kobilbek Tulabaev from Uzbekistan where Trishyn won by points showing a real team captain’s spirit, Watson Smith Malik from USA was defeated Maes Jens from Belgium and Polish representative Remijonsz Szkudlarek is gets one step closer to award podium winning the second match at his first World Cup.
The fifth day gave the audience exciting bouts with the heavy artillery matches between Belarus athlete and multiple IFMA world champion, Andrei Kulebin winning over Akzhanov Rustem from Kazakhstan and Artem Vakhitov competed against his regular rival in his weight division, the Belarus champion, Dzianis Hancharonak. In the end there can only be one winner and Artem Vakhitov moved to the following round of the Royal World Cup.
Day 6 of the tournament commences on 20 September and only the strongest athletes left in the game will challenge one another to claim the Royal World Cups.