Fitsport Italia, 7 golds at the Italian championships

Another brilliant result for the athletes of the Fitsport Italy, with national gold medals that also qualify for the World Cup. This time it’s not about taekwondo but about kick boxing. The results of the national finals of the Wtka kick boxing circuit brought 16 medals won by BAT athletes. The competitions held in the Velletri sports hall resulted in 7 gold medals, 8 silver medals and 1 bronze. Five athletes who reached the top step of the national podium will be called up to the world championships, which will be held in Massa Carrara at the end of October. Great joy for the athletes registered with Rea Sport of Canosa, Adriano Lisanti (two golds in light contact and kick boxing) and Sofia Bonasia (gold in light contact). Equal satisfaction for the three athletes of Federico II of Barletta, Ivan Ilgrande (2 gold in light contact and kick boxing), Ruggero Darancio (gold in light contact), Antonio Guglielmi (gold in light contact and a bronze).

The other silver medals were won by Ferdinando Pistillo and Daniele Palermo of Rea Sport of Canosa, while for Federico II of Barletta Gianmarco Areste, Luigi Messinese and Andrea Darancio took the podium.

We have some kids who are putting themselves on display in the various martial arts – explains the president of Fitsport Italia, Ruggero Lanotte -. Even in the discipline of kick boxing, the Bat athletes have left their mark at the Italian championships, also deserving a call-up to the world championships. Important results in the races, but also in the organization of the events. During this busy time of year, we also went to Korea to take part in a meeting with the World Taekwondo Federation ITF. It was necessary to report on the situation of the preparation of the World Championships in Jesolo in October 2025, which will see organizers such as Fitsport Italia. We are sure to repeat the success of the European Championships also organized by us in Jesolo in 2023″.

 
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