Today UTS and IFMA opened their office doors to welcome musician Al Prado and his special student Wille Varach. Young adults with different abilities are often excluded in society and face discrimination. This population are largely misunderstood where the general public lack understanding and awareness. Oftentimes there is a lack of facilities and opportunities for these young adults largely due to a lack of adequate policies and legislation. Read More
After a busy summer of Muaythai action, many of the winning athletes have been honoured with awards in their home countries in recognition of their achievements. Winning a medal is about much more than sport, as these athletes are role models to inspire the next generation in physical health and mental strength. Read More
IFMA believes in fair play, it is one of the 5 pillars and essential both in sport and life. IFMA has a zero-tolerance stance on doping and believes in fair competition and the 5 pillars of Muaythai, respect, honour, tradition, excellence and fair play are part of the written and unwritten rules of the IFMA family together with solidarity, care, tolerance and above all joy.