He was part of the Swiss-Austrian-German community in Albany, New York. After three wins in four fights, Annadina was allowed to wear the bronze medal.
Since there are no age groups at the international tournament in Albany, 16-year-old Annadina Lippner started in the women’s category. In their weight class of up to 127 pounds (57.7 kg) 14 athletes from all over the world were on the list. The fighters were divided into four pools, with only the winners in the pools qualifying for the semifinals.
The match got off to a good start with a 12: 8 win over the United States. Kropper won his second fight with a shoulder victory over Sharipova Djamilia of Kyrgyzstan. With these two victories, Lipner ensured the team victory and their semi-final qualification.
In the semifinals, Annadina Lippuner faced Norway’s Odeli Hoi, the winner of the second pool, who was a few years older than him. After the four-point ranking for Norway, Annadina Lippner struggled again with the two-point ranking, but then lost the fight on her shoulders. In the small final for the bronze, Annadina Lippuner met Kyrgyzstan again. He again showed a strong game and won the fight against Danzopolan Kipalpekova with 16: 6 points by technical superiority. With this he secured the bronze medal.
The RCOG athlete will stay in the United States for a week and train with sparring associates from around the world.
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