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Nam the Champ



Kaos Footballista, Nam the Man has become the latest European Football Freestyle Champion by winning the 2008 Komball Competition in Paris on Sunday! 

Nam defeated hometown hero and crowd favourite, Sean from the Komball Team; in an exciting final that went to the wire and was shown live on Eurosport 2!


The final decision by the three judges favoured Nam two votes to one. All sixteen competitors involved in the invitation only event were of the highest calibre and included the likes of Mr Woo, John Farnworth, Palle and Abbas Farid as well as competitors from Germany, Poland, Hungry and of course, France! The competition was conducted over two days with the first round being a straight three minute individual performance; from which the highest placed eight competitors progressed to the next day’s Quarter-Finals.  








Nam the Champ

The Quarter- Finals saw a new concept in Football Freestyle competition introduced with each of the Quarter-Finalists paired up with each other to then battle it out with two one minute rounds to impress the judges! T his new format caught out some of the hardened veterans of such competitions which saw both Mr Woo and John Farnworth surprisingly knocked out at this Quarter-Final stage!  


Indeed, it was the French who adapted best to this format and this saw all three of the French competitors join Nam to progress into the Semi-Finals. In the end, Nam did enough to wow both the crowd and the judges with his combination of great Football Freestyling ability, general showmanship and his unique acrobatic/dance style!  Nam said, “Winning this competition is unbelievable and I have now achieved one of my main goals since becoming a Football Freestyler! I’ve always dreamed of winning such a big competition and given all the great talent that was here today; makes the win all the more special for me!:








Nam the Champ

Event organiser, Guillaume Charny-Brunet and his team are to be fully congratulated for the great effort and energy shown in putting on such a great competition; and in especially gaining LIVE television coverage through Eurosport 2 – a first for a European based competition!

However, the event was not without controversy with many asking about what seemed the overuse of hands and dance elements in many of the routines. “We have to try and get the balance right next time and it is time for a set of competition rules & regulations to be formulated to not only to assist the judges make well informed decisions, but to help all the competitors by setting performance parameters without stifling creativity!” commented Mr Charny-Brunet.


The full list of competitors was as follows: Nam the Man (Ireland), Palle (Sweden), Nedzab Brajic (Bosnia), Abbas Farid (Wales), John Farnworth (England), Mr Woo (England), Rocco (Hungary), Bartek Berdzik (Poland), Petike (Hungary), Camil Hauser (Germany), Tommy Rist (Germany), Andreas (France), Matt (France), Sean (France), Djminho (France) and Karim Mallem (France)