2017 IMMAF World Championships: Final medal table

The 2017 IMMAF World Championships in Manama, Bahrain, served as the biggest event in the history of amateur MMA with more participants than ever before (over 250) representing 48 competing nations from all continents. 56 total medals (14 gold, 14 silver, 28 bronze) Notes: – 25/48 competing nations made it to the final podium. – 8 nations achieved at least one gold medal. – Sweden maintains top position and increased on 2016 gold total. – Bahrain completed a historic leap to 2nd place after achieving 1 bronze in 2016. – Kazakhstan achieved highest total of medals. – France and Italy secure a gold medal for first time since 2015 Worlds. – Brazil’s two year absence from the World Championships ended with a gold medal success. Sweden – 1st 4 Gold: Anna Astvik – Women’s Strawweight Serdar Altas – Men’s Flyweight Khaled Laallam – Middleweight Irman Smajic – Heavyweight 1 Bronze: Anton Turkalj – Light-Heavyweight Bahrain – 2nd 2 Gold: Gamzat Magomedov  – Men’s Bantamweight Murtaza Talha Ali  – Light-Heavyweight 3 Bronze: Fatena Bureshaid  – Women’s Lightweight Hussain Abdulla  – Men’s Flyweight Abdulmanap Magomedov – Men’s Featherweight USA – 3rd 2 Gold: Quitin Thomas – Men’s Lightweight Benjamin Bennet  – Men’s Welterweight 2 Bronze: Sean Stebbins – Men’s Flyweight David Evans – Men’s Featherweight Bulgaria – 4th 2 Gold: Delyan Georgiev – Men’s Featherweight Atanas Krastanov  – Super-Heavyweight France – 5th 1 Gold: Manon Fiorot – Women’s Bantamweight 1 Silver: Sola Axel – Welterweight New Zealand 1 Gold: Gase Sanita – Women’s Lightweight 1 Silver: Hannah Dawson – Women’s Strawweight Brazil – 6th 1 Gold: Michele Oliveira – Women’s Flyweight Italy 1 Gold: Fabiana Giampa – Women’s Featherweight Kazakhstan – 7th 3 Silver: Yernaz Mussabek – Men’s Flyweight Olzhas Moldagaliyev – Men’s Bantamweight Lev Vins – Heavyweight 2 Bronze: Ayan Tursyn  – Women’s Strawweight Dinislam Jetpissov – Men’s Bantamweight Finland – 8th 2 Silver: Chamia Chabbi – Women’s Bantamweight Joel Arolainen  – Men’s Featherweight 2 Bronze: Anette Osterberg – Women’s Flyweight Karoline Hulkko – Women’s Bantamweight Belarus – 9th 2 Silver: Vitali Andruhovich  – Men’s Lightweight Pavel Pahomenko – Light-Heavyweight UK – 10th 1 Silver: Kaycee Blake – Women’s Lightweight 2 Bronze: Joanne Doyle – Women’s Bantamweight Christian Leroy Duncan – Middleweight Ireland – 11th 1 Silver: Danni Neilan – Women’s Flyweight 1 Bronze: Ryan Spillane – Heavyweight Poland 1 Silver: Marcin Kalata – Super-Heavyweight 1 Bronze: Pawel Zaikrzewski – Light-Heavyweight Iceland – 12th 1 Silver: Bjorn Lukas Haraldsson – Middlweight Northern Ireland 1 Silver: Courtney McCrudden – Women’s Featherweight Australia – 13th 3 Bronze: Cody Barnwell – Welterweight Joseph Luciano – Middleweight Cameron Dempsey – Heavyweight Albania – 14th 2 Bronze: Florian Doskja – Men’s Bantamweight Ermal Hadribeaj – Men’s Lightweight Austria 2 Bronze: Nicole Schnalzer – Women’s Featherweight Damian Visenja  – Super-Heavyweight Hungary 2 Bronze: Alexandra Kovacs – Women’s Flyweight Nora Nagy – Women’s Featherweight Belgium – 15th 1 Bronze: Isakov Issa  – Welterweight Germany 1 Bronze: Julia Dorny – Women’s Lightweight Luxembourg 1 Bronze: Jose Teixeira – Men’s Lightweight Mexico 1 Bronze: Sara Cova – Women’s Strawweight Turkey 1 Bronze: Tolga Polat – Super-Heavyweight Review 2016 medal table HERE.

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