The continued cooperation between the World Muaythai Council under patronage of His Majesty the King of Thailand, IFMA, the world governing body for amateur Muaythai, and all the various different governments is of most importance.
The World Muaythai Council, the world governing body for the art and sport of Muaythai has received the highest possible honour any organization can receive in the Kingdom of Thailand; the Royal Patronage of His Majesty, the King of Thailand.
The International Sport Federations Union – SportAccord, today announced an extension to its current partnership agreement with the Swatch Group through to 2018. Read More
After four months in office, José Perurena-Lopez describes his experiences as the President of the International World Games Association. Summarizing what will be crucial in taking The World Games on to the next level, he stresses: “Working in cooperation with the IOC is not only desirable, it is essential.“
FAMA General Secretary Mervyn Tan flew to Bangkok to attend an important joint FAMA & IFMA meeting. Read More
IFMA is lucky to have a president not just in suit and tie. Dr Sakchye Tapsuwan, who has been practicing sport all his life, shows us all again that age is only a number in Muaythai. As every year at the SportAccord Convention, a ‘Good Morning’ class was conducted, led by the IFMA President, Dr Sakchye Tapsuwan, and former Muaythai champion and current IFMA General Secretary, Stephan Fox.
IFMA’s Youth Ambassador, Kiana Guyon, has been selected to represent Thailand at the Youth Leadership Programme in Gwangju, Republic of Korea from the 18th of August until the 30th of August 2014. Read More