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Cyprus youth on their way to European Muay Thai championships

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By Saskia Otterstein and Valentinos Neophytou

All Powers Gym in Limassol is preparing to represent the Cyprus national team with five young athletes at the the IFMA Muay Thai U23 European Championships in Turkey between February 21-28.

The following fighters will represent Cyprus:

1) Stelios Stavrou, 10 years old, Cyprus and Greece champion 2022

2) Chara Konstantinou, 15 years old, Cyprus and Greece champion 2021

3) Joey Karam, 15 years old, Cyprus champion 2022

4) Alexandros Kkosti, 15 years old, Cyprus and Greece champion 2022, world champion 2018 and second place at the Youth World Championships 2019

5) Christodoulos Christodoulos, 21 years old, Cyprus and world champion 2017.

With their achievements so far, the chances of bringing home medals are great.

Unfortunately, the sport and team receives no government support, so the young fighters are looking for sponsors to successfully represent Cyprus. They would be very happy to make Cyprus proud!

Sponsorships and donations can be made via the following page or the All Powers Gym can be contacted directly.

https://www.allpowersgymcy.com/sponsoring-all-powers

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