Muay Thai in Sweden got back underway at the Swedish Muay Thai Championship this week.
Usually scheduled for March, the annual National Championship took place from 27th – 29th May, broadcast live on pay-per-view.
A total of over 80 of Sweden’s top Muay Thai fighters entered this year’s Championship, which was spread across 18 weight categories.
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After missing out last year, Odenplan Fightgym’s Camilla Danielsson returned to the competition, defeating Moa Persson in the final to earn her fifth Swedish Muay Thai Championship gold.
Unbeaten female Muay Thai prospect Johanna Persson stepped up in weight to enter the -51kg category.
After winning the -48kg gold last year, the Gefle Fight Camp star defeated Jessica Jerrås in yesterday’s final to earn a second-straight Swedish National title.
In the male categories, Nicholas Bryant moved up to the -60kg division and defeated Alireza Mehrvash to earn his third National gold.
The full list of final day winners can be found below (via muaythai.se):
Damer -45 kg
Camilla Danielsson beat Moa Persson via Unanimous Decision
Damer -48 kg
Sofia Holmer beat Freja Kågström via Unanimous Decision
Damer -51 kg
Johanna Persson beat Jessica Jerrås via Split Decision
Damer -54 kg
Moa Carlsson beat Uma Galli via Split Decision
Damer -57 kg
Patricia Axling beat Livia Malmborg Nygaard via Unanimous Decision
Damer -60 kg
Ewin Ates beat Rebecca Ling via Unanimous Decision
Damer -63,5 kg
Erica Björnestrand beat Viktoria Lauernstein via Unanimous Decision
Damer -67 kg
Emma Stonegård beat Nikolija Milosevic via Unanimous Decision
Damer -71 kg
Angela Mamic beat Sofia Junttila via Unanimous Decision
Herrar -57 kg
Javad Vahid Rezah beat Giang Hoang via Unanimous Decision
Herrar -60 kg
Nicholas Bryant beat Alireza Mehrvash via Unanimous Decision
Herrar -63,5 kg
Linus Bylander beat Daniel Lejonstad via Referee Stoppage in Round 3
Herrar -67 kg
Kim Falk beat Kenny Hong via Referee Stoppage in Round 4
Herrar -71 kg
Jonathan Larsson beat Rasmus Eriksson via Unanimous Decision
Herrar -75 kg
Anton Sjöqvist beat Dalian Dawoody via Unanimous Decision
Herrar -81 kg
Marcus Sundin Liljedorff beat Fredrick Eriksson via Unanimous Decision
Herrar -86 kg
Anton Wall beat Arthur Balekelayi via Unanimous Decision