WIPO (WIPO – World Intellectual Property Organization) is one of the 17 specialized agencies of the United Nation. A special exhibition will take place on the achievements of His Majesty the King Bhumibhol Adulyadej and Her Royal Highness Pricess Maha Chakree Sirindhorn. Muaythai, which is under the Royal patronage, proudly is part of this exhibition in Muaythai Live, which has been part of WMC and IFMA since the inauguration part of every opening of the IFMA World Championship. Read More
The Mauritius – Federation de Muay-Thai et Disciplines Assimilees recently welcomed Daniel Norrgard from the Organising Committee of the 2016 IFMA World Championships. The President of the Mauritian Muaythai NF and IFMA Executive Board member Sham Seetaram jumped on the opportunity to gather the local press and the National TV to promote IFMA and the upcoming World Championships. The National NF really appreciated the visit/exchange and it was a BIG opportunity to raise the awareness of Muaythai in Mauritius and the news had spread locally and regionally. Read More
Giving back and using the power of sport to do something larger than you and to create a positive impact to society is an important element in muaythai.
Muaythai is involved in many charity projects: Muaythai Against Drugs is going from strong to stronger after 17 years, Sport Is Your Gang which is winner of the Spirit of Sport award is now established in over 50 countries while the involvement with UN Women has gone far beyond muaythai as last month 23 recognised AIMS member federation signed the pledge.
But it’s the small events which contribute direct to the local community and the money raised in these events is relatively small but the awareness has a huge impact. Read More
IFMA Awards Gala Night was a night of glamour in which 130 national federations have eagerly been waiting to witness would be the winner for the respective 13 award categories.
UN Women which has a very close working co-operation with WMC-IFMA to end violence against women. When the 23 world recognized federations under AIMS signed a pledge of co-operation with UN Women we will and must continue to use the beautiful power of sport to create good for society.
Meet Canada’s Janice Lyn, relative new comer to the IFMA scene but possesses every bit as much passion for the sport as our veterans. Janice had her first taste of IFMA level competition at the 2014 IFMA world championships in Langkawi, Malaysia and the experience of elite athleticism, friendship, respect and cultural exchange fuelled her desire to become more and more involved with IFMA. Read More
‘Shining sea, bright future’ is the official slogan of the 5th Asian Beach Games. It will be the second time for Vietnam to host an Asia level multi-sports event, after Hanoi held Asian Indoor Games (2009) and Southeast Asian Games (2003). Read More
Mr. Yeo needs no introduction in the world of sport, one of the highest decorated judokas in the world, a 9th Dan former President of Korean Judo Association.
He is a highly decorated member of sport community, Vice President of Korean Judo Association, President of Examination Committee of Korean Judo Associaion, Vice President of Seoul Athletic Association, President of Yongin University, President of Seoul Judo Association and many others.
On behalf of all the participating athletes we would like to say thank you to the Thai Government, Amateur Muaythai Association of Thailand and our IFMA for an outstanding, unforgettable, 2015 IFMA Royal World Cup.
Vice President of the Olympic Council of Asia , Professor Hoang Vinh Giang from Vietnam, made an impressive presentation on the 5thedition of the Asian Beach Games, which will be held from 24th of September to the 3rd of October 2016 in Da Nang City. Read More
His Excellency the President of Turkmenistan, Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow, signed an agreement with OCA President, Read More
Meet Danial Williams, winner of the 2015 IFMA Award in the category of “Breakthrough of the Year”. After having swooped in like a bat out of hell with a stunning performance at the recent FISU patronised University World Cup in March, Williams instantly turned heads and grabbed our attention. Not only was his performance in the ring impressive, but his friendly, humble and respectful nature that so well represented a true muaythai athlete also did not go unnoticed. Read More