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A special event took place in Kazakhstan in cooperation with the Royal Thai Government, and the Government of Kazakhstan to promote muaythai in the Central Asian region.
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. […]
Every year on the 17th of March, the muaythai world celebrates the birthday of the legend “Nai Knom Tom” in celebration of Wai Kru day in the ancient city of Ayuddhaya. This year’s celebration attracted more than 1400 muaythai enthusiasts from masters to students. The City of Ayuddhaya in partnership with the Tourism Authority of Thailand […]
THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE! Show us what you got! The entry date has been extended to the 16th of June 2017.
Gender equality is not just a word for the WMC and IFMA, over the last 15 years a lot of work has been put in to promote female muaythai around the world and today female muaythai is flourishing on all 5 continents.Who would have thought that countries such as Iran and Iraq would send female […]
Youth is the centre of IFMA’s mission and vision and since 2013 IFMA has made the Youth World Championships as a stand-alone event separated from the seniors. This has enabled IFMA to focus entirely on the youth and the future of IFMA.