The beautiful city of Kuala Lumpur will be hosting the 2017 SEA Games, with Muaythai included as an official sport. The event is under the slogan “Let us Rise Together” and from 5th of March to 13th of May, the baton run will be taking place. Read More
The Oceania Muaythai Federation punch above their weight at international competitions with strong athletes from a small number of countries. Teams from Australia and New Zealand have their athletes on the awarding podium and New Zealand national dance Haka is famous for giving confidence to their athletes. Read More
The 2017 Nai Kanom Tom and Wai Kru festival in Ayutthaya organised by the Tourism Authority of Thailand, and the city of Ayutthaya was again a successful event. Read More
It was a true celebration in Ayutthaya last Friday when IFMA participated in the parade honouring the father of muaythai Nai Kanom Tom. The IFMA booth at the exhibition was a popular place for muaythai practitioners where they could talk about muaythai recognitions, congratulate IFMA on IOC recognition, and take pictures with IFMA press wall.
See you next year, and for muaythai athletes have a great 2017 and successful events!
Muaythai might traditionally be associated with kicks and punches, but its International Federation also wants it to be a force to build peace and inclusion in Bangkok’s disadvantaged areas. Read More
The host of the World Muaythai Championships 2017, the Belarus Muaythai Federation was honoured by the recognition of the National Olympic Committee and joined the elite sports community. Read More
2016 was an incredibly successful year for IFMA with the sport receiving its recognition by the International Olympic Committee. 2017 has a calendar packed with events around the world.
A Muaythai Ontario which was the first region giving muaythai recognition organised an outstanding event – all female amateur muaythai event in support of International Women’s Day.
Ontario featured a wealth of female athletic and coaching talent, with champions such as Ashley Nichols, Candice Mitchell, Janice Lyn, and Taylor McClatchie having taken the world by storm. SHEfights provides a stage for the up and coming female athletes of Ontario to showcase their abilities while establishing a legacy for future athletes.
IFMA athletes commission chair Janice Lyn stated that IFMA stands for no discrimination of any kind where male and female stand hand in hand.
She for he, he for she, she for she, he for he, united we stand and Respect is the foundation we stand on.
Sport1 GmbH has acquired the comprehensive platform-neutral media rights to The World Games 2017 – exclusively for Germany and non-exclusively for Austria and Switzerland.
Muaythai mourns the loss of one of their outstanding ambassadors and athletes Luke Kempson.
Luke has been a world class athlete competing around the world, representing Australia and becoming a WMC and IFMA champion. We will remember him as one of our own and for his outstanding sportsmanship on and off the field of play. We send our deepest condolences to his loved ones and we all mourn a true warrior
We are pleased to announce that the competition for this year’s Youth World Championship mascot is officially OPEN!! This year’s YWC will be held in Bangkok, Thailand from 3-11 August 2017. Read More