2014 European Championship Sustainability Report

This year’s European Championship, organized by the European Muaythai Federation (EMF), was integrated into a part IFMA’s Sustainability Initiative. Sustainability is an integral part of IFMA, especially in the planning of major events like Continental and World Championships.
With thousands of athletes, officials and spectators from over 40 different European countries participating in the event, careful planning was undertaken in order to leave a small carbon footprint in the beautiful city of Krakow, Poland.

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Ukraine, Team Winner of Europe

Ukraine National Muaythai team, with the full support of the Sports Ministry and the National Olympic Council of Ukraine, has become the 2014 European Championship team winner. Gennady Trukhanov, President of the Ukraine Muaythai Federation, stated that team Ukraine put in a lot of youth and female work to regain the number 1 spot in Europe.

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European Championship Final Set Krakow on Fire

One of Europe’s most modern arenas the Krakow Arena, was chosen for the 2014 European Championship final and it was a night to remember for the approximately 10,000 spectators, teams and representatives from the neighbouring European countries.

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