Oujda: Portrait dédié à mademoiselle Nadia Meknouzi champion en Karaté “Nadia The Lion”/Oujda: Abdennasser Belbachir

بلبشير عبد الناصر17 فبراير 2010آخر تحديث : منذ 10 سنوات
Oujda: Portrait dédié à mademoiselle Nadia Meknouzi champion en Karaté “Nadia The Lion”/Oujda: Abdennasser Belbachir
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Oujda, le 09 Février 2010, à 19h, au bureau Najib Cherkaoui, nous avons organisé une rencontre avec mademoiselle Nadia Meknouzi, champion en karaté à l’échelle national, d’origine oujdi mais résidant aux états unis…
Peut-être que le public oujdi ne connaît pas encore Nadia Meknouzi. Qui est donc Nadia Meknouzi? Nadia réside actuellement au états unis, elle se présente à Oujda pour quelques jours seulement, pour aller à Tunisie et participer à un championnat. Nadia, a choisi de discuter avec nous à propot d’elle en anglais…
Nadia Meknouzi was born on August 21st, 1980 whose mother was a Karate national champion. Nadia started her training at the age of four. She has been training continuously since March 1990 to the present.
While training with Sensei Bahi Ahmed, champion of all martial arts (Winner on the martial art international nights Paris 1971), Nadia progressed in her learning of Karate (Shotokan and Shotoryo) as well as self-defense and a became formidable in her street-fighting style.
At the age of 14, Nadia successfully completed above and beyond the test for her first black belt (1st Dan).
She Started competing regionally as well as nationally and remained undefeated for two years with 200 fights at 2 minutes each- bringing home 40 gold medals of victory.
In 1996 the doors of opportunity graciously started to open for Nadia when she received the honor of being invited to defend the national colors of her beloved Morocco. This coveted international event was held in Beirut, Lebanon. In that glorious time, Nadia won the gold medal in the 60kg category, the gold medal in the open category, and the silver one in Kata. By demonstrating her unique, superlative skill and overwhelming her opponents, this was her first international victory- with many more to follow.
Nadia, then 16, was the youngest contender ever to compete internationally.
In 1997 she went back to Beirut for the same events, defended her title, and brought home 2 more gold medals.
At the age of 17, Nadia was again tested and earned her second black belt (2nd Dan).
In July 1998, Nadia went to Oman, Jordan and was honored by King El Hussein, decreeing her as “Top Female Fighter”.
In 1999, Nadia traveled again to Oman with national team to compete in the Pan-American Games. She was unstoppable and undefeated- winning 2 gold medals, making her place at the top of the podium.
The King of Morocco faxed Nadia his congratulations on winning the first gold medal to be presented in the events- which encouraged her to win the second gold medal, as well. All this—with an injured ankle and a swollen eye!
In 1999 at the age of 17, Nadia went back to Morocco where she was received by his majesty the King Mohamed The Six at the Palace in the Capital Rabat. There she was presented with her much earned third black belt (3rd Dan) by the Moroccan National Karate Team.

Nadia Meknouzi became a well-known star in sports papers and periodicals all around the globe.
In 1999, just after the Arabic Games, Nadia won the gold medal in the 60kg Heavyweight Event- thus becoming the African Continental Champion.
The year 2000 brought Nadia her first Mediterranean title. She brought home the gold medal after 6 intense battles with the best-known fighters from Italy, Spain, England, Tunisia, Turkey, and France—the most challenging in her career.
Nadia became used to traveling internationally for tournaments and championship events.
There was a time, however, when Nadia dreamed of becoming a doctor- but due to her deeper devotion to full-time fighting and also trying to finance medical school, she ended up discontinuing her medical studies but still earned her BA in biology and geology.
Nadia made the art of Karate very interesting by demonstrating her spectacular style, aggressive demeanor, and a very sharp mind. She has always had her own unique style of fighting.
Nadia has conducted many seminars in places such as Egypt, Canada, the USA, Morocco, France, Spain, and Tunisia.
Her next seminar will be held March 23rd, 2008 in the fabulous Las Vegas, NV at the Flamingo Hotel and Casino. Call for early registration (702.355.8009)
Nadia moved to the USA in the year 2000. She was teaching Karate in Anaheim, CA before moving to Clearwater, FL where she was a personal trainer at the YMCA.
In 2002, Nadia received a personal invitation from Sensei Tawatao to come to Las Vegas to help ready his team for an upcoming tournament. She graciously accepted and presently calls this fabulous city her home.
In 2004 Nadia successfully completed her test for her fourth black belt (4th Dan). Right after she presented her country Morocco in Algeria during the Arabic Games.
Nadia went back home with 2 medals as usual.
After living in Las Vegas for a while, Nadia was introduced to Muay Thai Fighting by the renowned Master Toddy and to MMA by UFC Champ Randy Couture.
Nadia still fights in Karate, Boxing, MMA and Muay Thai while waiting for an MMA fight to be scheduled.
The 2006 was a very unfortunate time for Nadia as she had incurred an injury that took her off her feet for a while and away from fighting for 9 months. Nobody thought she would recover- but despite all odds- she overcame her setback and returned to the ring better than before!
Nadia now is stronger than ever in Karate, Muay Thai, boxing, MMA, and kickboxing.

BIOGRAPHY OF A CHAMPION

Nadia Meknouzi was born on August 21st, 1980 whose mother was a Karate national champion. Nadia started her training at the age of four. She has been training continuously since March 1990 to the present.
While training with Sensei Bahi Ahmed, champion of all martial arts (Winner on the martial art international nights Paris 1971), Nadia progressed in her learning of Karate (Shotokan and Shotoryo) as well as self-defense and a became formidable in her street-fighting style.
At the age of 14, Nadia successfully completed above and beyond the test for her first black belt (1st Dan).
She Started competing regionally as well as nationally and remained undefeated for two years with 200 fights at 2 minutes each- bringing home 40 gold medals of victory.
In 1996 the doors of opportunity graciously started to open for Nadia when she received the honor of being invited to defend the national colors of her beloved Morocco. This coveted international event was held in Beirut, Lebanon. In that glorious time, Nadia won the gold medal in the 60kg category, the gold medal in the open category, and the silver one in Kata. By demonstrating her unique, superlative skill and overwhelming her opponents, this was her first international victory- with many more to follow.
Nadia, then 16, was the youngest contender ever to compete internationally.
In 1997 she went back to Beirut for the same events, defended her title, and brought home 2 more gold medals.
At the age of 17, Nadia was again tested and earned her second black belt (2nd Dan).
In July 1998, Nadia went to Oman, Jordan and was honored by King El Hussein, decreeing her as “Top Female Fighter”.
In 1999, Nadia traveled again to Oman with national team to compete in the Pan-American Games. She was unstoppable and undefeated- winning 2 gold medals, making her place at the top of the podium.
The King of Morocco faxed Nadia his congratulations on winning the first gold medal to be presented in the events- which encouraged her to win the second gold medal, as well. All this—with an injured ankle and a swollen eye!
In 1999 at the age of 17, Nadia went back to Morocco where she was received by his majesty the King Mohamed The Six at the Palace in the Capital Rabat. There she was presented with her much earned third black belt (3rd Dan) by the Moroccan National Karate Team.

Nadia Meknouzi became a well-known star in sports papers and periodicals all around the globe.
In 1999, just after the Arabic Games, Nadia won the gold medal in the 60kg Heavyweight Event- thus becoming the African Continental Champion.
The year 2000 brought Nadia her first Mediterranean title. She brought home the gold medal after 6 intense battles with the best-known fighters from Italy, Spain, England, Tunisia, Turkey, and France—the most challenging in her career.
Nadia became used to traveling internationally for tournaments and championship events.
There was a time, however, when Nadia dreamed of becoming a doctor- but due to her deeper devotion to full-time fighting and also trying to finance medical school, she ended up discontinuing her medical studies but still earned her BA in biology and geology.
Nadia made the art of Karate very interesting by demonstrating her spectacular style, aggressive demeanor, and a very sharp mind. She has always had her own unique style of fighting.
Nadia has conducted many seminars in places such as Egypt, Canada, the USA, Morocco, France, Spain, and Tunisia.
Her next seminar will be held April 10th, 2009 in the fabulous Las Vegas, NV at the Las Vegas Hilton Hotel and Casino. Call for early registration (702.355.8009)
Nadia moved to the USA in the year 2000. She was teaching Karate in Anaheim, CA before moving to Clearwater, FL where she was a personal trainer at the YMCA.
In 2002, Nadia received a personal invitation from Sensei Tawatao to come to Las Vegas to help ready his team for an upcoming tournament. She graciously accepted and presently calls this fabulous city her home.
In 2004 Nadia successfully completed her test for her fourth black belt (4th Dan). Right after she presented her country Morocco in Algeria during the Arabic Games.
Nadia went back home with 2 medals as usual.
After living in Las Vegas for a while, Nadia was introduced to Muay Thai Fighting by the renowned Master Toddy and to MMA by UFC Champ Randy Couture.
Nadia still fights in Karate, Boxing, MMA and Muay Thai while waiting for an MMA fight to be scheduled.
During 2009 Nadia added four gold medals and one silver to her records; she will be traveling to Japan to compete in the world championships held between November 10th and November 19th 2008.
The 2006 was a very unfortunate time for Nadia as she had incurred an injury that took her off her feet for a while and away from fighting for 9 months. Nobody thought she would recover- but despite all odds- she overcame her setback and returned to the ring better than before!
Nadia now is stronger than ever in Karate, Muay Thai, boxing, MMA, and kickboxing.
2009 is the most exiting year yet for Nadia, as she will be competing MMA. Nadia is expecting a fight every 2months trough the entire year.
Other plans to be part of Karate Movies importunities are negotiated, Nadia Meknouzi’s Bio has no end to it, will be updating this very soon as she never stops entertaining the world with her well advance skills.
You just read chapter out of the life of The Lion Nadia Meknouzi, Sensei Nadia Meknouzi Karate Master, and the most entertainer fighter!!
To Be Continue …

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Voici un album Photos pour Nadia Meknouzi offert par elle même à Oujda portail, Grand merci Nadia

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Medals earned Internationally
Year Number of Fights Gold Silver Bronze Sport Weight Location
1996 18 2 1 Karate +60KG/OPEN LEBANON
1997 12 2 Karate +60KG/OPEN LEBANON
1998 18 2 1 Karate +65KG/OPEN JORDAN
1999 51 6 2 1 Karate

Full contact

+60KG/+65KG

& OPEN

TUNISIA.EGYPT.

MOROCCO

2000 54 8 1 Karate +60KG/OPEN MOROCCO.GERMANI.

TURKY

2001 59 12 1 Karate

Kick Boxing

+60KG/+65KG

& OPEN

MOROCCO.ENGLAND .USA CANADA.SPAIN.TUNISIA
2002 58 12 Karate

Street Fighting

+60KG/+65KG

& OPEN

GERMANY.SPAIN.TUNISIA.

MOROCCO.USA

2003 49 8 Karate +60KG/OPEN USA.MOROCCO.FRANCE.

CANADA

2004 51 6 1 Karate +60KG/OPEN USA.ALGERIA.EGYPT.SPAIN
2005 8 2 Karate +60KG/OPEN GERMANY.USA
2006 8 2 Karate +60KG/OPEN USA
2007 2 2 Muay Thai 150LB Las Vegas-USA
2008 5 4 1 Muay Thai karate 145LB

139LB

LAS VEGAS, LOS ANGELES- USA
2009 5 4 1 Karate, Muay Thai 145LBS

+68KGS

Las Vegas, Fortlauderdale, San Fransisco, Los Angeles

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