Talented juniors fight for country

FOUR juniors from Nitrixx Chullora Fitness will represent Australia at the IFMA Youth World Championships later this year.

Jordan Simmons, 10 (pictured from left), Aria Challita, 12 (Holly Saviour, Greeancre), Joesph Rizkallah, 12 (St Charbels College, Punchbowl) and Antonio Taouk, 11, will head to the championships in Thailand on September 11
Aria will be looking for her next title after winning gold earlier this year at the 2024 Amazing Muay Thai World Festival.
She was also awarded the Female Youth MVP (most valuable player) out all the female youth from across the world that competed in the tournament.
Nitrixx Fitness coach Wahib Baki (pictured) said they had an amazing juniors program which had helped to develop a strong and dominant juniors fight team in Muay Thai, kickboxing and boxing,
“Nitrixx prides itself on its children’s program as it helps build confidence, assists in personal development, anti bullying, building social skills and most importantly, teaches respect,” he said.
“These young people certainly have what it takes; let’s bring those gold medals back to Australia.”