In a striking demonstration of talent and grit, Cypriot Alexandros Kkosti won a gold medal at the European IFMA Youth Championships, and a bronze at the IFMA World Championships in Muay Thai, both recently held in Turkey.

A promising talent in the realm of Cypriot sports, the 15-year-old has shown that he is a formidable contender, exhibiting an exceptional level of skill and mastery in Muay Thai. This combat sport, known for its rigorous demands on the body and mind, requires athletes to possess strength, agility, precision, and strategic insight.

Under the expert tutelage of head coach Valentinos Neophytou at All Powers Gym Cyprus in Limassol, Alexandros has refined his abilities to an elite level, exemplifying the gym’s dedication to fostering sporting excellence. With top-notch facilities and a comprehensive training programme, the gym has played a pivotal role in Alexandros’ journey to the top.

At such a young age, Alexandros’ accomplishments have raised the bar for youth sports in Cyprus, inspiring his peers to chase their dreams with determination and commitment. His story is a powerful reminder that with hard work, resilience, and the right support system, success is within reach.

The Cypriot sports community is abuzz with pride and excitement following Alexandros’ stunning achievements on the world stage. His gold and bronze medals are not just personal triumphs; they symbolise a significant achievement for Cypriot sports, highlighting the rich pool of talent within our youth.

As we celebrate Alexandros’ victories, we eagerly anticipate what the future holds for this young athlete. We are all eager to continue supporting him and witnessing his growth and success.

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