Algerian Lamya Matoub made historic achievements by historic bronze at the World Carate C Championships in Madrid, Spain. This is usually the first to do Algeria women's sport and karate-especially. Lamya Matoub became the first Algeria player to gain the reputation of today's world championship. After two trials in 2014 and 2016, Matoub's third participation in the world's largest Karate rally was right. Members of the Sarcelles Karate Club (France) passed the first lap without any hitches before seeing the quest for precious metal tips in the Quarterfinals. Matoub was defeated by Russia Isaeva Victoria by an arbitration decision. If the dream of taking the first steps of the podium was to go away, Mathews still had the opportunity to catch up with the repeater to win the bronze medal. And Matoub had a good fight against Cuban Leon Martinez (2-1), who had not been able to do any other Algeria Karateka.