For the first time in history the royal family of Thailand has gracefully donated four trophies for this event. His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, Her Majesty Queen Sirikij, His Royal Highness Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn and Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn have each respectively donated a trophy. This demonstrates the great importance the royal family has given to Muaythai. It also shows the appreciation from the Kingdom of Thailand towards all the athletes and coaches from over one hundred countries, numbering to nearly two thousand who are all making their way to beautiful Thailand. IFMA would like to thank the royal family of Thailand for giving us this honor to our athletes.
History will be made this weekend in Kuwait as the first national federation will be conducting the new online IFMA educational programme. IFMA has worked over the last year to remodel their education programme and have stepped up efforts during the pandemic not as a temporary solution but as a positive opportunity to move forward […]
Last weekend Afghanistan saw its biggest event ever with participants joining and competing at their national event without leaving home. Afghanistan Virtual Championships 2020 entered the sports history books as the first event held through internet. Hundreds and hundreds of participants across genders and ages registered to perform their skills in four competitions: Shadow […]
Strength and conditioning make the base of any sport and muaythai is no exception. It makes a difference between a winner and runner up in the last rounds of the competition. IFMA Virtual Championships will feature the Max Fit competition among four to let athletes and muaythai enthusiasts put their strength, power and stamina to […]