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New victories at the European Championships

Congratulations to the team of the Republic of Moldova, who finished the 11th European WSF Karate Championship in the fourth position in the medal standing by nations. The event, organized in the capital of North Macedonia Skopje on November 1-3, brought together 778 athletes from 20 countries.

The delegation of the Republic of Moldova, led by the president of the National Karatedo Federation WKF Oleg ABALIN, was formed of 41 athletes, 4 referees and 8 coaches. The Moldovan athletes won a total of 53 medals, including 14 gold, 14 silver and 25 bronze.

But the victories were not only achieved on the tatami. During the opening ceremony of the championship, the president of the national federation Oleg ABALIN was awarded the certificate of recognition for the 7th DAN. Thus, Mr. Abalin marks 30 years of experience as an athlete and instructor. He becomes one of the few martial arts masters in the Republic of Moldova, holders of this level. In addition, Mr. ABALIN was elected as a member of the Executive Committee of the World Shotokan Federation.

It is also important to recognize the efforts of the referees, who contributed to the delivery of a successful event. The Republic of Moldova was represented by the arbitration body consisting of Vladislav BULIGA, Dan MADIUDIN, Alexandru CUCUL, Nicolai SOROCOLITA and Lyudmila BURLACHUK. For the qualities demonstrated in his capacity as referee, Alexandr CUCUL was awarded the title of "Best Referee" of this championship.

The first ones entering the competition were the children and mini cadets, obtaining remarkable results.

Gold medals in their respective categories were gained by the following athletes:

1. Paulo GORBANI - Kumite 10-11 years

2. Diana OREȘCHINA - Kata and Kumite 6-7 years

3. Vladimir GHIBESCUL - Kumite 12-13 years

4. Alexandr CAMPOALE - Kumite 12-13 years

5. Artur HARUȚĂ - Kata 6-7 years

6. Alina PÎNTEA - Kumite 12-13 years

7. Dmitrii IGNAT - Kumite 8-9 years

8. Renat STAVARACHI - Kumite 8-9 years

9. Denis DOBROVOLSCHI - Kumite 10-11 years

On the second step of the podium climbed:

1. Gabriel MAZUR - Kumite 6-7 years

2. Artur HARUȚĂ - kumite 6-7 years

3. Denis DOBROVOLSCHI - Kumite 10-11 years

4. Chirill STOIANOV - Kumite 10-11 years

5. Valeria VINARU - Kumite 12-13 years

6. Sorin RUSU - Kumite 12-13 years

7. Alesea PETROVICI - Kumite 10-11 years

8. Stanislav LUPAȘCO - Kumite 8-9 years

9. Dmitrii IGNAT - Kumite 8-9 years

10. Kumite Teams 6-7 years: Alexandru BACALOV, Ilie GODEA and Yaromyr YAKOVENIUK.

 

Bronze for the Republic of Moldova obtained:

1. Chirill STOIANOV - Kata 10-11 years

2. Alexandru NICOLAU - Kumite 10-11 years

3. Denis DOBROVOLSCHI - Kumite 10-11 years

4. Alina PÎNTEA - Kumite 12-13 years

5. Alexandr CAMPOALE - Kumite 12-13 years

6. Sorin RUSU - Kumite 12-13 years

7. Vladimir GHIBESCUL - Kumite 12-13 years

8. Denis LUPAȘCO - Kumite 12-13 years

9. Yaromyr YAKOVENIUK - Kata 6-7 years old

10. Artur HARUȚĂ - Kumite 6-7 years

11. Ilie GODEA - Kumite 6-7 years

12. Alexandru BACALOV - Kumite 6-7 years

13. Kumite teams 10-11 years: Xenia EZBICEAC, Diana OREȘCHINA, Alesea PETROVICI

14. Kumite teams 10-11 years: Chirill STOIANOV, Maxim IURCENCO, Alexandru NICOLAU.

15. Kumite teams 8-9 years: Dmitrii IGNAT, Stanislav LUPAȘCO, Renat STAVARACHI.

Cadets, juniors and seniors added 15 medals.

Cadets:

GOLD Daniil MONZALEVSCHII

GOLD Kumite Teams: Daniil MONZALEVSCHII, Matvei LIULCA, Vladimir GHIBESCUL

BRONZE Daria MINENCO

BRONZE Vladislav BULIGA

BRONZE Vladislav EFREMOV

BRONZE Matvei LIULCA

Juniors:

SILVER / BRONZE Alexandr LUPAȘCO

BRONZE x2 Artiom MIROVSKI

BRONZE Ion HASAN

Seniors:

SILVER Silvia ȚENU

SILVER Dumitru JOSAN

BRONZE x2 Gavril SARÎ

Detailed information on the results can be found here: https://myuventex.com/#standings;id=61900

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