Strong performances at the European Championships for Cadets, Juniors & U21 in Budapest.

1185 competitors from 52 countries gave their best at the championship in BOK Arena 7-9th of February. Several medals and top ten positions went to the countries within the NKF. Congratulations!

U21 Kumite Female -68 Kg, Gold, Saelid Annika, Norway

U21 Kumite Male -75 Kg, Silver, Nielsen Christoffer, Denmark

Cadet Kumite Female 54+ Kg, Bronze , Zarei Lara, Sweden

Cadet Kumite Female 54+ Kg, Bronze, Lahi Genta, Denmark

Cadet Kumite Male -70 Kg, Bronze, Jermolaev Artjom, Latvia

Cadet Kumite Male -70 Kg, Bronze, Disle Gvidas, Lithuania

Junior Kumite Male -76 Kg, 5, Ephrem Kristensen Noah, Denmark

Junior Kumite Male 76+ Kg, 5, Baranov Albert, Estonia

U21 Kumite Male -60 Kg, 5, Jodelli Jimmy, Denmark

Cadet Kata Male, 7, Tran William, Sweden

Junior Kata Female, 7, Skalare Matilda, Sweden

Cadet Kumite Male -52 Kg, 7, Kashi Adiel, Finland

Junior Kumite Female -48 Kg, 7, Mihailova Aleksandra, Latvia

Junior Kumite Female -59 Kg, 7, Handelsby Nora Benedicte, Norway

Junior Kumite Female 59+ Kg, 7, Muennoi Tatiana, Denmark

U21 Kumite Male -67 Kg, 7, Busk-Matthiasen Lucas, Denmark

Cadet Kata Female, 9, Skogstrom Hanna, Sweden

Cadet Kumite Male -63 Kg, 9, Vilkas Augustas, Lithuania

Junior Kumite Female -59 Kg, 9, Rosenlind Matilda, Sweden

U21 Kumite Female -55 Kg, 9, Skogland Mariam, Norway

U21 Kumite Male 84+ Kg, 9, Godthjaelp Petersen Christian Denmark