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Max Slipchenko 3- time World Champion
22.10.2007 11:50

Чемпионат мира по тайскому боксу 2007Maxim Slipchenko won the gold medal at the 2007 W.A.K.O.-P.A.M.A. World Championships of Martial Arts. Congratulate him on his third gold medal at the world championships!!!!!!!

W.A.K.O.-P.A.M.A. World Championships of Martial Arts 2007 in Yalta were the joint third world championships held by the W.A.K.O. and P.A.M.A. The event was open to amateur men and women with around 578 athletes from 43 countries across the world taking part.

There were four styles on offer at Yalta; Full-Contact, Light-Contact, Semi-Contact, Low-Kick, Thai-Boxing and Musical Forms. By the end of the championships, USA was the strongest nation in terms of medals won, with Spain in second and Ukraine in third. The event was held between four days at the Palais des Sports in Yalta, Ukraine, starting October 18 and finishing October 22, 2007.

 
Gold medal World Championships!!!!!
03.10.2005 14:46

Чемпионат мира по тайскому боксу 20053.10.2005 Max Slipchenko  won W.A.K.O.-P.A.M.A. World Championships of Martial Arts. Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
W.A.K.O.-P.A.M.A. World Championships of Martial Arts 2005 in Yalta were the joint first world championships held by the W.A.K.O. and P.A.M.A. The event was open to amateur men and women with around 525 athletes, representing 47 clubs from 12 countries.

There were four styles on offer at Yalta; Full-Contact, Light-Contact, Semi-Contact, Low-Kick, Thai-Boxing and Musical Forms. By the end of the championships, Ukraine was the strongest nation in terms of medals won, with USA in second and France in third. The event was held between four days at the Palais des Sports in Yalta, Ukraine, starting September 30 and finishing October 3, 2005.

 
Maxim Slipchenko – World Champion!!!
17.10.2004 21:05

Чемпионат мира по тайскому боксу 2004Congratulations Maxim Slipchenko the victory at the 2004 W.A.K.O.-W.K.J.F. World Championships of Martial Arts.
W.A.K.O.-W.K.J.F. World Championships of Martial Arts 2004 in Yalta were the joint first world championships held by the W.A.K.O. and W.K.J.F. The event was open to amateur men and women with around 470 athletes from 43 countries.

There were four styles on offer at Yalta; Full-Contact, Light-Contact, Semi-Contact, Low-Kick, Thai-Boxing and Musical Forms. By the end of the championships, Russia was the strongest nation in terms of medals won, with Ukraine in second and Italy in third. The event was held between four days at the Palais des Sports in Yalta, Ukraine, starting October 13 and finishing October 17, 2004.

 
Maxim Slipchenko vice world champion
30.09.2003 15:29

Чемпионат мира по тайскому боксу 2003Maxim Slipchenko won a silver medal at the W.A.K.O World Championships 2003. The event was open to amateur men and women with around 456 athletes from 37 countries.

There were four styles on offer at Yalta; Full-Contact, Light-Contact, Semi-Contact, Low-Kick, Thai-Boxing and Musical Forms. By the end of the championships, Russia was the strongest nation in terms of medals won, with Ukraine in second and Italy in third. The event was held between four days at the Palais des Sports in Yalta, Ukraine, starting September 27 and finishing September 30, 2003.

 
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