Saturday, May 09, 2009

Myriam Chomaz - Is savate controled by WBC and EBU boxing

Please come on World savate combat championship 2009 - where you can face your beginners - fighters with professional ones like Myriam Chomaz. It is good for your team to start at the highest level. And you are smart enough to choose this option, aren't you?

Myriam Chomaz against Zeljka Jarec - Les Deux Alpes, France - 04th of December 2004 became European SAVATE Champion category (57-60kg).
Elimination fights for European savate title 2004 were in Thonon les Bains, France - 11-12th June 2004.

Myriam Chomaz was SAVATE champion also in Fabrica di Roma, Italy 26th of November 2005 - against Paola MASSAGRANDE (Italy) in category Super-plumes (57-60 Kg) but probably she doesn't remember it anymore.

Myriam Chomaz was SAVATE champion also in ALPES D'HUEZ, PARIS, BAGNOLET - FRANCE 2002 - against Vanja Palic (Croatia) in category Super-plumes (57-60 Kg) but probably she doesn't remember it anymore.

World assaut (light contact) champion 2000 - category S/LEGERES (F)- CHOMAZ Myriam, France.

Whole savate and boxing family of Mezzache Frank, Anthony, father and of course their product - Myriam.

EABA - European Amateur Woman Boxing championship 2004 - Riccione, Italy

Another amateur boxing activities:

Myriam Chomaz - (English) Boxing federation of France

With French Ministry of Sport - General Secretary M. Bernard LAPORTE (bald one):

WBC boxing professional bout for title:

Myriam Chomaz WBC and EBU professional (english) boxing champion


There are some 6,000 girls and women licensed to box in France, but only six as professionals. Of these, half are called ‘Myriam’. Myriams Chomaz (who fights Jennifer Barber of the USA in Saint-Quentin on Thursday) and Lamare (currently brushing up her kick-boxing skills in advance of a showdown with Orinta Van der Zee in Marseille on the 29th) are already well established in the sport. Myriam Dellal, an artist of Algerian-Italian descent, made her professional debut in Albertville last night. Born in Clermont-Ferrand in 1979 and a graduate of the University of Reims, Dellal is President of the Female Boxing Commission and won the national amateur championship in 2006 and 2007. Although she’s only been boxing for just over four years, she was selected for the French amateur team as early as July 2005. Last night, she outpointed Daniela David of Romania over four rounds – ‘un beau succès’ according to coach Yoann Camonin. Dellal describes herself now as ‘very motivated’ for her next fight, which will be in Vendôme (Loir et Cher) on the 29th .

1 comment:

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