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Complete list of 2019 IMMAF-WMMAA Junior World Championships athletes, countries

IMMAF-WMMAA_World Championships 2019

The International Mixed Martial Arts Federation and World Mixed Martial Arts Association have released the list of athletes competing in the 2019 IMMAF-WMMAA Junior World Championships of Amateur MMA. A total 29 junior national teams will be participating in the combat sports event.

Hosted by the Bahrain MMA Federation (BMMAF) under the auspices of the Bahrain Olympic Committee, the five-day tournament takes place at Khalifa Sports City Arena in Isa Town, Bahrain. The action will be streamed live internationally at IMMAF.TV and audience entry to the arena is free.

The Junior tournament is for 18- to 20-year-olds only, providing a competitive pathway with heightened opportunity for younger adults who have not yet peaked physically and whose experience does not yet match that of their maturer counterparts. It will run alongside the Senior Championships from November 10-16, 2019.

On November 10, 2019, there will be a tournament draw. The competition days will run from November 11-14, 2019 and on November 16, 2019 starting at 11 a.m. (UTC +3) each day.

All 2019 IMMAF-WMMAA Junior World Championships of Amateur MMA matches will take place under Unified Amateur MMA Rules. Here is the complete list of athletes:

WOMEN’S JR. ATOMWEIGHT 47.6 KG (105 LBS)
Magdalena Czaban – Poland
Nadine Abbott bissett – Ireland
Ukilay Akhmetualikyzy – Kazakhstan

MEN’S JR STRAWWEIGHT 52.2 KG (115 LBS)
Akash Paulkar – India
Arjun Pundir – India
Bekbolot Urustamov – Kyrgyzstan
Fariz Abdalov – Kazakhstan
Ivan Zhelyazkov – Bulgaria
Kurban Omarov – Russia
Ramazan Gairbekov – Russia
Shamil Alikhanov – Bahrain
Yerulan Kabdulov – Kazakhstan

WOMEN’S JR STRAWWEIGHT 52.2 KG (115 LBS)
Aigerim Torekhanova – Kazakhstan
Anna Gaul – Germany
Lucie Truhlarova – Czech Republic
Nora Ochoa – Mexico
Symbat Zhortbekova – Kyrgyzstan

MEN’S JR FLYWEIGHT 56.7 KG (125 LBS)
Adilkhan Ayazbayev – Kazakhstan
Christian Torres – Mexico
Dylan Doherty – Northern Ireland
Ebrahim Darwish – Bahrain
Gani Adilserik – Kazakhstan
Gary Rooney – Ireland
Ger Harris – Ireland
Imam Rakhim Usmanov – Russia
Iqbal Deri Putra – Indonesia
Jesse Renfors – Finland
Khayal Gahramanli – Azerbaijan
Lukas Kaplan – Czech Republic

Muhidin Abubakar – United Kingdom
Murad Ibragimov – Bahrain
Shakhban Gapizov – Russia

WOMEN’S JR FLYWEIGHT 56.7 KG (125 LBS)
Inas Ashirbek – Kazakhstan
Laura Beltran Oquendo – Colombia
Megan Hamill – Ireland
Milly Horkan – United Kingdom
Sinéadh Ní Nualláin – Ireland

MEN’S JR BANTAMWEIGHT 61.2 KG (135 LBS)
Agustin Guzman – Mexico
Ali Yaqoob – Bahrain
Djafri Mouhammad – France
Fidel Gramiccia – Italy
Gamlet Aslanov – Kazakhstan
Ismael Zamora – Mexico
Jamie Abbott-bissett – Ireland
Max Hynninen – Finland
Muhammad Mokaev – United Kingdom
Nikolay Atanasov – Bulgaria
Raphael Federico – Italy
Reo Yamaguchi – Japan
Sabelo Magudulela – South Africa
Simon Bruknar – Czech Republic
Tynyshtyk Zhanibek – Kazakhstan
Zalimkhan Zalimkhanov – Russia

MEN’S JR FEATHERWEIGHT 65.8 KG (145 LBS)
Anvar Mamedov – Kazakhstan
Bounader Anthonyo – Lebanon
Denislav Ginov – Bulgaria
Eljan Gassanov – Kazakhstan
Francesco Lo Galbo – Italy
Lewis Byrne – Ireland
Luis Castano – Mexico
Mauricio Rios – Mexico
Miro Honkanen – Finland
Naser Garban – Finland
Oliver Sarwa – United Kingdom
SUAZE Rayane – France
Seban Grégoire – France
Sirazhudin Abdulaev – Russia

Tyla Watt – New Zealand
jacoub kassouri – Algeria

WOMEN’S JR LIGHTWEIGHT 70.3 KG (155 LBS)
Aizhan Abdykadyr – Kazakhstan
Izzy Mitchell – United Kingdom
Khushi Gohel – India
Melissa Diaz – Mexico
Talshyn Zhumatayeva – Kazakhstan

MEN’S JR LIGHTWEIGHT 70.3 KG (155 LBS)
ANTONI JOSEP MARTI SEGARRA – Spain
Cameron Coulson – South Africa
Doszhan Kenzhebayev – Kazakhstan
Emil Piatek – Poland
Emmet Corr – Northern Ireland
Frank Meagher – Ireland
Karim El husseini – France
Liam McCracken – United Kingdom
Maximilian Flynn – Australia
Nikita Kulshin – Russia
Nils Heinrich – Germany
Oliver Schmid – New Zealand
Peter Gabal – Czech Republic
Radjab Shamilov – Russia
Toby Prasetya – Indonesia
Yerkin Begenov – Kazakhstan

MEN’S JR WELTERWEIGHT 77.1 KG (170 LBS)
Aliaksandr Sinkou – Belarus
Bogdan Pshebelskiy – Kazakhstan
Farkhat Kurmangaliyev – Kazakhstan
Glot Thomas – France
Guido Possidente – Italy
Jordan Zebo – France
Kamil Shaikhamatov – Russia
Laith Kayyali – Jordan
Leonardo Oliva – Italy
Maxim Krepelka – Czech Republic
Murad Guseinov – Bahrain
Righard Burger – South Africa
Ryan Keogh – Ireland
Teddy Stringer – United Kingdom
Vanik Akopian – Russia

Yousif Sayyar – Bahrain

MEN’S JR MIDDLEWEIGHT 83.9 KG (185 LBS)
Adei Volker – South Africa
Alexis Navarro – Mexico
Ansar Kassymzhanov – Kazakhstan
Jay Chong – Malaysia
Lukáš Piffko – Czech Republic
Magomed Tuchalov – Russia
Matěj Hrkal – Czech Republic
Mehdi Taki – Italy
Nabi Shamilov – Russia
Ruslan Goncharov – Kazakhstan

MEN’S JR LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT 93 KG (205 LBS)
Gamzat Sirazhudinov – Russia
Haider Khan – United Kingdom
Hazem Kayyali – Jordan
Maxim Semyonov – Kazakhstan
Omar Aliev – Russia

MEN’S JR HEAVYWEIGHT 120.2 KG (265 LBS)
Błażej Romanowski – Poland
Nurkhazhidin Nassirdinov – Kazakhstan
Rustam Ashurbekov – Russia
Zaurbek Magomedov – Russia

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