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2nd European Kudo Junior Champinship

The Second Junior KUDO Championship, held in Malta 3rd and 4th February 2024 was not just another martial arts competition; it was a gathering of young athletes from around the world, united by their passion for KUDO and their determination to excel. Against the backdrop of the picturesque Maltese landscape, these aspiring champions showcased their skills, sportsmanship, and unwavering spirit in pursuit of victory.

At Kudo Malta, we’re thrilled to share our success at the 2nd European KUDO Junior Championship. Despite being a young Dojo, we secured impressive rankings, showcasing our dedication and talent on the international stage.

Medal Tally of the Second European KUDO Junior Championship 2024:

1🇺🇦 Ukraine56516
2🇱🇹 Lithuania54312
3🇬🇪 Georgia5319
4🇧🇬 Bulgaria3126
5🇲🇹 Malta26715
6🇦🇲 Armenia2024
7🇯🇵 Japan1012
8🇦🇿 Azerbaijan1001
9🇬🇧 United Kingdom0213
10🇮🇹 Italy0123
11🇪🇸 Spain0101
12🇰🇬 Kirgyzstan0000

While every athlete who participated in the Second Junior KUDO Championship demonstrated admirable skill and determination, there were many noteworthy performances that deserve recognition. Among them were:

Nick Vassallo: Recognized for his exceptional will to win, Nick Vassallo displayed tenacity and sportsmanship throughout the competition, earning the admiration of both peers and spectators.

Matvei Kushnirenko: for showcasing exemplary techniques, Matvei Kushnirenko’s mastery of KUDO techniques and strategic prowess set him apart from his peers.

The Second Junior KUDO Championship in Malta was a testament to the growing popularity and success of KUDO on the island. With each passing year, the competition continues to attract top talent from around the world, showcasing the best of what the sport has to offer. As we celebrate the achievements of the athletes and the sense of unity that permeates the KUDO community, we look forward to an even brighter future for the sport in Malta.