vestigially The Afghanistan National Federation of Muaythai celebrated Olympic Day on the 22nd June 2017 by organizing the Olympic Day Cup. The championship hosted ten male and female fighters in different weight categories. Amir Hussain Hussaini, Founder and President of the National Federation congratulated the President and Board of directors and executives of IFMA, FAMA and […]
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Let’s join on a morning of fun and cultural exchange! The event will open with performances that the kids prepared especially for this day. The kids will then be taught the traditional Wai Kru. Adults will also be able to enjoy a muaythai training session! Additionally, everyone will have the chance to engage in sepaktakraw, […]
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.
Muaythai is a cultural art form and a sport for everybody. IFMA has long fostered and respected the fundamentals and principles of Olympism. In particular, by recognising that the practise of sport is a human right and that every individual must have the possibility to so sport without discrimination of any kind regardless of race, […]
IFMA awards gold, silver and bronze medals in the ring but there is more to muaythai than just winning your bout. Some of our athletes also stand out for their career dedication or their skills in the traditional side of our sport. These athletes were also honoured on the closing day of the IFMA […]