Elijah Everill continued his fine run of form at the Flanders Cup in Belgium, part of the WAKO World Kickboxing Series. Representing the allstars team, Everill claimed an incredible 3 Gold medals, with a further Bronze medal in the open grand championship.
British fighter Everill beat Dominik Meyer from Germany in the -69KG Point Fighting category, and defeated Italian Vincenzo Sivero to win his second title, this time moving up into the -74KG section.
In the Light Contact (Continuous) division, Everill once again made his way to the final, coming out on top once again, winning through over Bulgarian Cesar Angelov.
Chris Aston made a successful return from injury. He won an impressive Bronze medal in the +94KG Points Fighting, a division won by Roman Brundl.
Reuben Charlesworth extended the UK's medal haul with a Silver in the -79KG Points Fighting, losing out to Germany's Stefan Reinboth in the final, Alexander Yeats matching the result with a silver at -84KG weight.
In the Ladies divisions, Isabella Glater and Stephanie Killick took Silver and Bronze respectively in the -50KG. Gemma Upfold won Bronze at both -70KG and +70KG.
Stephanie Killick doubled her medal count in the -50KG Light Contact and Ellie Jackman completed the tally of British medals with her Bronze in +70KG Light Contact.
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