Saint Petersburg, 23 0ctober 2013
WORLD COMBAT GAMES
Ph Augusto Bizzi
Norway prides itself as one of the strongest countries in the Nordic region remembering a very successful SportAccord Combat Games 2012 where Fatima Pinto raised the Norwegian flag at the podium. This gold medal put Norway on the Muaythai map of the world for many years. Norwegian athletes have been participants of the IFMA events for many years since contributing to the image of Norway as a strong country in the martial arts. Read More
Meet Milula the Arafura Mascot!!
he Arafura Games 2019 has an adorable mascot – a young rock wallaby called Milula. Milula, who lives around Darwin’s East Point Reserve, loves sport and was recently spotted at the Tiwi Islands Grand Final match where he had a great time catching up with spectators and footy players. Read More
Muaythai in Australia is moving!! The National Federation Muaythai Australia (MTA) is fully recognised by the Australian Sports Commission and the Oceania Olympic Committee recently signed an MoU with the Olympic Council of Asia, so Australia athletes like in Football, can participate in future Asian regional events. Read More