Sweden has established itself as the new hotbed of female talent in MMA.
The team took home five medals with three of them gold at the IMMAF’s World Cup in Prague Czech Republic the week for September 11. Germany would take home three medals.
The event featured some of the best up and coming amateur talent in MMA in Europe.
Kerry Ann Vernon of Ireland got a 32 second KO in her semi-final bout. Highlight below.
In the finals Cecilie Bolander captured featherweight Gold with the fastest submission in IMMAF senior division history. Highlight below.
Complete results below.
Strawweight 52.2 kg (115 lbs)
Gold: Josefine Modig (Sweden)
Silver: Nina Back (Sweden)
Bronze: Anna Gaul (Germany)
Bronze: Caitlyn Hadfield (Ireland)
Flyweight 56.7 kg (125 lbs)
Gold: Millie Eriksson (Sweden)
Silver: Renana Bruckstein (Germany)
Bronze: Tetiana Mokhova (Ukraine)
Bronze: Phyllis-Yasemin Leineweber (Germany)
Bantamweight 61.2 kg (135 lbs)
Gold: Shauna Bannon (Ireland)
Silver: Kerry Ann Vernon (Ireland)
Bronze: Maria Kaald Andresen (Norway)
Bronze: Jessica Andersson (Sweden)
Featherweight 65.8 kg (145 lbs)
Gold: Cecilie Bolander (Norway)
Silver: Katerina Lisova (Czech Republic)
Bronze: Marianna Skuba (Ukraine)
Bronze: Christina Papasotiriou (Greece)
Lightweight 70.3 kg (155 lbs)
Gold: Yrsa Sandin (Sweden)
Silver: Eva Melo (Czech Republic)