Asian Beach Games 2016, in Da Nang, Vietnam is the next grand event that muaythai will be included in in the official programme. IFMA is a proud member of OCA, that is fully recognised since 1998 with the continental arm FAMA under the presidency of the Prime minister of Kazakhstan, Mr. Massimov.
The IFMA Awards night not only recognised the nominees in the various categories, but special awards were also presented to other outstanding patrons of the sport.
Muaythai; Like it is for footballers’ dream to play once in their lifetime at Wembley stadium, it is every Muaythai athletes’ dream to fight in their motherland, and no honour can be higher than to receive the Royal blessings from their beloved Royal family in Thailand.
Mr. Mervyn Tan, General Secretary of FAMA, the sole recognised federation of muaythai under the presidency of the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Mr. Karim Massimov was the second presenter of the evening for the host cities of 2014/15 for every IFMA sanctioned events measured on the success of the event leaving a legacy behind fir […]
Part of the success of organising a great event is not only the event itself, but also the legacy it leaves behind. Sustainability is an important point on the IOC Agenda 2020. Muaythai which is striving for IOC recognition, has made this a key criteria for the organisation of its events.
10 days of fierce competition have come to a close. The championship teams filled with pride, as the gold medallists booked their spots to compete at the 2017 World Games under patronage of the IOC.
There was no sitting or standing space at the Finals of the IFMA Royal World Cup 2015, when the best of the best met to secure their medals, place in the world and an esteemed spot in the 2017 World Games together with the chance to be nominated for highly coveted Royal World Cup trophy.
The National Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand has been the venue for the 7 days of the 2015 IFMA Royal World Cup. The Youth Cup was a separate event where besides the championship, many other activities were held. Cultural understanding, education, sport and fun was the theme and there is no doubt that the youth will […]
The National Stadium came alive for the IFMA Royal World Cup 2015, when the youth from all 5 continents contested for the semi finals. Over 20 Bangkok schools came with buses packed with support for their Thai heroes, while the stadium was filled with supporters for all the junior teams.