Federation Internationale de Savate

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Federation Internationale de Savate
SportSavate
JurisdictionInternational
AbbreviationFISav
Founded23 March 1985[1]
HeadquartersFrance
LocationThiais, France
PresidentJulie Gabriel
Vice president(s)Joel Dhumez
Gilles Le Duigou
SecretaryMartin O’Malley,
Official website
fisavate.org/index.php/en/

Federation Internationale de Savate (Federation Internationale de Savate) is the world governing body for the sport of Savate. The organization is dedicated to the promotion of the sport of savate and canne de combat. It currently has 63 member countries[2]. The organization holds biannual World and Continental championships, while their member countries hold national competitions.[3]

History[edit]

During the 1880s and 1890s Joseph Charlemont and Lois Albert synthesized the various savate methods and moves and created the „academic style“ of the sports, but were opposed to adjusting it to fit the modern demands of the sport. By 1944 there were two separate views of the sport of savate: the white collar practitioners who were in favor of full contact ring fighting, and the academically oriented practitioners who opposed this.

In 1965 the „Comité National de Boxe Francaisé“ was founded. The two philosophies competed for control of the organization. In 1973 CNBF became the „Fédéeration Nationale de Boxe Francaise“ under the control of the academic camp. Their opponents founded a new organization, the „Fédéeration Nationale de Savate-Boxe-Francaise“. In 1976 the French government gave the official teaching rights to the academic camp.[4]

In March of 1985 the two camps came together to found the “Fédération Internationale de Boxe Française Savate", which was renamed to Fédération Internationale de Savate in October of 1999.[5]

Structure[edit]

All 63 member countries affiliated with Federation Internationale de Savate hold voting power in the General Assembly, which is held every two years. An extraordinary meeting of the general assembly may be called by the board of directors or it may be requested by 3/4 of the member countries.

At the meeting of the General Assembly management reports are presented, and discussion is held concerning the financial and legal situation of the organization. The General Assembly is the body that votes the president into power and which chooses its board of directors.

The organization itself if administered by the board of directors, which are compromised of a president, one or two vice-presidents, a Secretary General, a Treasurer, and a number of other persons who make up 20 members of the board of directors.[6]

Rules and techniques[edit]

In savate only strikes with the fists and foot kicks are allowed, unlike kickboxing or muay thai which allow strikes with knees and shins as well.[7]

English French
Salute Salut
Guard Garde
Jab Direct
Cross Crochet
Calf kick Fouetté
Uppercut Uppercut
Front kick Chassé frontal
Side kick Chassé latéral
Wheel kick Revers latéral
Shin kick Coup De Pied Bas
Parry Parad Bloqué
Kick catch Parad Chasseé

Presidents[edit]

  • Jean-Marie Rousseau 1985–1989
  • Alain Salomon 1989–1992
  • Michel Roger 1992–2001
  • Alexandre Walnier 2001–2003
  • Jean Houel 2003–2007
  • Gilles Le Duigou 2007–2010
  • Julie Gabriel 2010–[1]

World Championships[edit]

2019 World Championship[edit]

The 2019 World Championship qualifications were held in Hammamet, Tunisia. The Championship itself was held in Hammamet, Milan, Vandoeuvre, La Motte-Servolex, Perpignan, Dakar and Tunis. Both the male and female fighters competed across eight different weight categories. [8][9]

Men First place Second place Third place Women First place Second place Third place
56 kg France Mathieu Boucher Japan Kenta Funayama Croatia Dario Kontak
Tunisia Aziz Hamraoui
48 kg France Chloe Nandy Tunisia Ibtissem Smii Russia Karina Tatianchenko
Guinea-Bissau Catherina Monteiro
60 kg Russia Sergei Shcherbachenko Morocco Rayane Imassoudat Romania Gabriel Cobzaru
France Miguel Colome
52 kg France Meghane Amouri Japan Mariko Hara Belgium Rebecca Mandefu Mayol
Croatia Lucija Regwat
65 kg France Amine Feddal Russia Narek Babadzhanian Serbia Radoje Stevanović
China Yin Wang
56 kg Italy Chiara Vincis France Flora Yang Serbia Kristina Džolić
Ukraine Alina Anduschenko
70 kg France Damien Fabregas Serbia Jovan Stevanović Morocco Amine Ziani
Azerbaijan Nurlan Gadimov
60 kg France Audrey Guillaume Ukraine Hanna Kupina Italy Sofia Cavallo
Tunisia Ghoffane Rezzni
75 kg Mali Mohamed Diaby Russia Iurii Zamirkhora Serbia Ognjen Rauković
Croatia Ivica Jakopić
65 kg France Sara Surrel Tunisia Amal Abdessalem Croatia Monika Babić
80 kg France Cristopher Brugiroux Russia Nikolai Iarnatcev China Meng Ding
Belgium Leny Krokos
70 kg France Lorna Sincere Serbia Tijana Vuković Tunisia Thoraya Elbouzidi
85 kg France Matteo Luca Ukraine Dmyrov Bulgakov Azerbaijan Tural Bayramov
Russia Alexey Loginov
75 kg Tunisia Ahlem Grisset Iran Mahnaz Amini
85+ kg France Romain Falendry Serbia Dragoljub Bovan Ukraine Iurii Sarazhan
Iran Seyed Mehdi Hoseini
75+ kg Tunisia Molka Ayedi France Melissa Quelfennec Mauritius Sharone Clair
Iran Elham Abdi

2017 World Championship[edit]

The 2017 World Championship qualification was held in Varaždin, Croatia. The Championship itself was held in Martinique, Vandoeuvre, La Motte-Servolex, Hangzhou and Toulouse. Male fighters competed across eight weight classes and female fighters competed across seven weight classes.[10][11]

Men First place Second place Third place Women First place Second place Third place
56 kg China Yuan Peng France Yanis Goucef Japan Kenta Funayama
Spain Alberto Mendez Silva
48 kg France Chloe Nandy Russia Karina Tatianchenko Belgium Jennifer Galopin
Italy Elisa Picollo
60 kg Russia Narek Babadzhanian France Amine Boutchiche Belgium Yoann Collart
Japan Keisuke Takahashi
52 kg France Margot Bouyjou Belgium Rebecca Mandefu Ukraine Anastasia Konovalchuck
Japan Mariko Hara
65 kg France Amine Feddal Croatia Luka Lešković Mauritius Brian Francois Fils
Russia Bekkhan Sadaev
56 kg France Mathilde Magnier Italy Chiara Vincis Iran Saeedeh Fardsanei
China Junjia Li
70 kg Mali Ibrahim Konate France Charles Denis Iran Hossein Hayani Lichaei
Russia Ilia Freimanov
60 kg France Maurine Atef Serbia Valentina Keri Austria Ceri Greimel
Iran Roghieh Soltaninegar
75 kg France Kevin Albertus Ukraine Mykita Radionov Russia Romain Malgin
Croatia Antun Viličić
65 kg France Cyrielle Girodias Croatia Marijana Kosi Iran Mina Karami
Tunisia Sabrine Geblewi
80 kg France Cristopher Brugiroux China Leilei Yuan Serbia Goran Sučević
Republic of Ireland Andrew Griffin
70 kg France Kanelle Leger Serbia Tijana Vuković United Kingdom Morgan Alexander
85 kg France Romain Falendry Iran Jamshid Ashgar Givehchi Bulgaria Duke Nwamerue
Croatia Marko Gospočić
75+ kg Tunisia Wided Younsi Slovenia Klara Rosić
85+ kg Cameroon Pharelle Akouan Russia Nikolai Nikitenko Tunisia Ramza Kebir
Iran Seyed Mehdi Hoseini

2015 World Championship[edit]

The World Championship qualifications were held in La Roche-sur-Yon, France. The Championship itself was held in Martinique, Saint Petersburg, Vandoeuvre and Amiens.[12][13]

Men First place Second place Third place Women First place Second place Third place
56 kg France Jerry Bart China Yuan Peng Croatia Antonio Horvatić
Mauritius Geraldo Thomasoo
48 kg France Chloe Nandy Italy Elisa Picollo France Rebecca Mandefu
Romania Elena Mitrofan
60 kg France Jonathan Bonnet Russia Narek Babadzhanian China Lige Teng
Spain Manuel Garcia Sanchez
52 kg Cuba Cynthia Gonzalez France Adeline Robin Ukraine Anastasia Konovalchuck
Japan Mariko Hara
65 kg France Aziz Abdelaoui Spain Adoni Iglesias Italy Ivan Sechi
Russia Dimitry Prudov
56 kg France Jacqueline Beroud Russia Anna Volobueva Serbia Jovana Milovanović
China Li Xiaoxiao
70 kg France Ludovic Nassibou Ukraine Artur Zakirko Russia Ivan Muratkin
Serbia Damjan Marković
60 kg France Marion Montanari Russia Rimma Golubeva Italy Veronica Parisi
Slovenia Vida Samotorcan
75 kg France Redouane Derras Croatia Antun Viličić China Yong Xu
Morocco Marouane Aatifi
65 kg France Cyrielle Girodias China Xuetao Yuan Serbia Teodora Manić
Finland Annukka Volotinen
80 kg France Dylan Colin Iran Ali Reza Jadid China Bing Liu 70 kg France Kanelle Leger Italy Serena Burgio United Kingdom Morgan Alexander
85 kg France Herbert Danois Montenegro Milos Golić Croatia Silvio Horvat
Belgium Alain Van De Markt
75 kg Croatia Nives Radić Mauritius Sharone Clair
85+ kg France Bastien Colin Italy Giuseppe Mongiardino Croatia Nino Vladušić
Serbia Jovan Ikić
75+ kg Tunisia Wided Younsi Mauritius Karine Sandrine Berry

2013 World Championship[edit]

The 2013 Male World Championships were held in Clermont-Ferrand, France, while the Female World Championships were held in both Clermont-Ferrand and Hainan, China. Men competed across eight, and women across seven weight classes.

Men First place Second place Third place Women First place Second place Third place
56 kg France Ousmane Sarr Madagascar Laurent Johny Rakotondrabe Italy Richard Carbonne
Ukraine Maksym Fatych
48 kg Italy Elisa Picollo Tunisia Ouided Abdelaziz Madagascar Bernadette Ravaoarisoa
Japan Mariko Hara
60 kg France Jonathan Bonnet Ukraine Viktor Slavinsky Croatia Predrag Šimunec
China Yang Ling
52 kg France Margot Bouyjou Russia Evgeniya Siviri Canada Lydia Couture
Italy Marta Murru
65 kg France Laurent Olivier Crescence Republic of the Congo Boris Essere Romania Alexandru Nita
Russia Ruslan Abdinov
56 kg France Anissa Meksen Belgium Celine Iglesis Russia Olga Gavrilova
Italy Elisa Barbini
70 kg France Georgy Fernante Ukraine Dmytro Romanenko Serbia Damjan Marković
Russia Georgy Shavdatuashvili
60 kg France Cyrielle Giordias Russia Rimma Golubeva Croatia Marija Petrić
75 kg France Tony Ancelin Russia Andrei Studenikov Ukraine Volodymyr Skopovsky
Morocco Marouane Aatifi
65 kg France Julie Burton Finland Annukka Volotinen Morocco Nizha Sbai
Croatia Stefica Bubnjarić
80 kg Croatia Damir Plantić Russia Alexander Sidorkin Tunisia Mohamed Seif Khalifa
Turkey Cihan Akagunduz
70 kg France Blandine Jouard Italy Serena Burgio China Yudan Bao
Russia Iana Shmidt
85 kg Russia Alexey Sachivko Ukraine Mykyta Chub Romania Romain Falendry
Serbia Zoran Romac
75 kg Croatia Nives Radić Tunisia Wided Younsi Slovenia Nina Vehar
85+ kg France Fabrice Aurieng Croatia Zvonimir Martić Italy Giuseppe Mongiardino
Ukraine Viktor Goriachkun

2011 World Championship[edit]

The 2011 Male World Championships were held in Milan, Italy, across eight weight classes.

Men First place Second place Third place
56 kg France Dimitri Suire Madagascar Laurent Johny Rakotondrabe Italy Lorenzo Parodi
Mali Paly Dembele
60 kg Croatia Predrag Šimunec France Ozkan Kuyruk Russia Ruslan Abdimov
65 kg Mali Ibrahim Konate France Gagny Baradji Russia Victor Vezhlivtcev
Italy Roberto Musso
70 kg France Mohamed Diaby Croatia Goran Borović Madagascar Léopold César Adrianjaka
Serbia Igor Sivoljicki
75 kg France Tony Ancelin Russia Andrei Studenikov Croatia Anton Viličić
Tunisia Issam Barhoumi
80 kg France Wendy Faure Croatia Damir Plantić Serbia Ljubomir Cestić
RussiaAlexey Sachivko
85 kg France Nabil Fajjari Montenegro Miloš Golić Serbia Branislav Plavšić
Belgium Geoffrey Delhez
85+ kg France Frédéric Heini Croatia Agron Preteni Italy Julian Badia

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b http://fisavate.org/index.php/en/informations/president-news
  2. ^ "FISav National Federations& Contacts". fisavate.org. Retrieved 14 July 2020.
  3. ^ "Category: Championships : results". fisavate.org/. Retrieved 14 July 2020.
  4. ^ "History of savate". researchgate.net. Retrieved 14 July 2020.
  5. ^ "STATUTESOF THEINTERNATIONALSAVATE FEDERATION" (PDF). savate-srbija.com. Retrieved 14 July 2020.
  6. ^ "STATUTESOF THEINTERNATIONALSAVATE FEDERATION" (PDF). savate-srbija.com. Retrieved 14 July 2020.
  7. ^ "Holiday pounds? Give 'em a swift kick". latimes.com. Retrieved 14 July 2020.
  8. ^ "RésultatsduChampionnat du Monde Savate Combat 2019". fisavate.org. Retrieved 14 July 2020.
  9. ^ "Résultats du Championnat du Monde Savate Combat 2019". fisavate.org. Retrieved 14 July 2020.
  10. ^ "Résultats du Championnat du Monde Savate Combat 2017". fisavate.org. Retrieved 14 July 2020.
  11. ^ "Résultats du Championnat du Monde Savate Combat 2017". fisavate.org. Retrieved 14 July 2020.
  12. ^ "EliminatoiresChampionnatsdu MondeCombat 2015". fisavate.org. Retrieved 14 July 2020.
  13. ^ "EliminatoiresChampionnatsdu MondeCombat 2015". fisavate.org. Retrieved 14 July 2020.

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