There is a lot of fun and friendship at muaythai events, but today the focus was on the competition with the first weigh-in and the Draw taking place. Now the athletes from each of the 23 countries know who they will face, starting tomorrow afternoon. Read More
Today saw the arrival of many muaythai teams for the first World University Championships in Thailand, with more expected tomorrow. FISU president Oleg Matytsin said the athletes are part of a new wave of sports joining FISU with 34 events being held globally.
Social projects are a natural fit for the muaythai community; the spirit of respect and solidarity in the sport means helping those less fortunate and uniting to bring change is a natural fit. Four months since the launch of the United Through Sports campaign, under patronage of the IOC, the partnership between SportAbility and IFMA with support from the wider sports family is showing results. Read More