Iraq has been one of the strongest federations in the Middle East boasting strong presence at every IFMA events and multisports games Muaythai is part of. Great results, grass root development, female representation and much more allowed the Iraqi Muaythai Federation to be eligible for the highest sports recognition in Iraq. This is the best […]
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Over 30 years ago, countless Rohinga families fled from violent human rights abuse and conflict within Myanmar (Burma) and have been “temporarily” living in nine refugee camps within the Tak Province along the western border of Thailand. With over 120,000 refugees in this region, they contribute to the fastest growing refugee crisis in the […]
Continuing to strive for excellence is the main objective of the IFMA family, regardless whether an athlete or administrator. In 2019, IFMA is in preparation for many events around the globe, from national to continental to world or multi-sport games. The main calendar will also see the start of the road to the World Games […]
World Champion Svetlana Vinnikova is nominated to compete for IWGA Athlete of the Year 2018 – read on to see how you can vote for Muaythai! 1. Go to The World Games website: Online Voting for Athlete of the Year IWGA 2. Find Muaythai and a photo of Svetlana Vinnikova – it’s blue! 3. Click on Vote. […]
7 days of close battles between Asia and Oceana’s best national teams come to an end with Macao securing 2 gold medals; 1 male, Tak Chuen Suen and 1 female, Si Long Tam, the light and bright of the entire country. The overall medal tally made Thailand the winning team of the 2018 Asian Championships. […]
The Asian Championships had brought together some of Asia and Oceana’s best elite athletes. After an eventful 7 days, 17 categories received their gold medals. The award gala then decides at every event who the 2 outstanding male and female athletes are:In the female division from Australia, Best Female Boxer goes to: Yolanda Schmidt which […]
The audience at the Macau Forum were treated to a spectacular display of muaythai on the final day of competition at the Asian Championships. And their cheering lifted not just one but two Macau athletes all the way to gold among the 15 countries competing for the final medals.
Spectators watching the semi-finals today in Macau were in for a real treat, the biggest names in Asian amateur muaythai jumped the ropes for the semi-final bouts. And hometown hero Tak Cheun surpassed all expectations when he took on The World Games and FISU WUC champion from Kazakhstan … winning in a blistering three rounds.
Athletes taking part in the Asian Championships attended the FAMA Athletes Forum today, learning practical information on to deepen their understanding of muaythai and the world around sport. Speakers addressed a range of topics including doping, rules of competition, fair play and the Athlete 365 Declaration. They also heard about the exciting and busy schedule […]
A joint Executive Board meeting took place between the board members of the Federation of Amateur Muaythai Asia (FAMA) and IFMA to discuss the muaythai agenda for 2021 and 2021 in Asia. The meeting took place during the Asian Championships. The meeting was attended by all FAMA board members, and chaired by Dr Sakchye Tapsuwan […]