The 2017 IMMAF World Championships has hit day four where fighters are in the semi-finals. There were 26 matches in all in Bahrain with 10 Nordic fighters in action, and ultimately they left the fourth day of action with 7 wins and 3 losses.  Get a country by country breakdown from Denmark, Denmark, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden below.

Denmark : 0 wins & 0 losses

No Danes are left in the tournament.

Finland : 2 wins & 2 losses

Female Bantamweight (135lbs): Manon Fiorot (France) def Karolina Hulkko (Finland) via Unanimous Decision

Female Bantamweight (135lbs): Chamia Chabbi (Finland) def Joanne Doyle (UK) via Unanimous Decision

Featherweight (145lbs): Joel Arolainen (Finland) def Abdulmanap Magomedov (Bahrain) via Unanimous Decision

Female Flyweight (125 Ibs) : Danni Neila (Ireland) def Anette Ostrberg (Finland ) via Split Decision

Iceland : 1 win & 0 losses

Middleweight (185lbs): Bjorn Lukas Haraldsson (Iceland) Joseph Luciano (Australia) via Arm Bar (Verbal Submission) Round (1) 2:44

Norway : 0 wins & 0 losses

There are no Norwegians in the tournament.

Sweden : 4 wins & 1 loss

Light Heavyweight (205lbs): Pavel Pahomenko (Belarus) def Anton Turkalj (Sweden) via Tringle Choke Round (1) 48s

Female Strawweight (115lbs): Anna Astvik (Sweden) def Ayan Tursyn (Kazakhstan) via

Flyweight (125lbs): Serdar Altas (Sweden) def Hussain Abdulla (Bahrain) via Unanimous Decision

Middleweight (185 Ibs) : Khaled Laallam (Sweden) def Christian Leroy Duncan (UK) via Unanimous Decision

Heavyweight (265 Ibs) : Irman Smajic (Sweden) def Cameron Dempsey (Australia) via Guillotine Choke Round (1) 2min35s

The fighters that won will be fighting for gold on Saturday.  Losers in the semi-finals will be awarded bronze medals.