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Chungju World Martial Arts Masterships will be another huge event this year with muaythai featured alongside Judo, Taekwondo, Ju-Jitsu and many more. Athletes in men’s 54kg, 57kg, 63.5kg, 67kg, 71kg, 75kg, 81kg divisions and women’s 51kg, 54kg, 60kg divisions will compete over three competition days. The opening ceremony on 30 August will be followed by […]
A special ceremony took place in the presence of the IOC President Thomas Bach, HRH Prince Faisal, GAISF & SportAccord President Raffaele Chiulli, WADA President Sir Craig Reedie and many others. The 8th Secretary General of the United Nations H.E. Ban Ki Moon awarded the IFMA General Secretary Stephan Fox the position of Co-Chairman of […]
The SportAccord Convention in Gold Coast, Australia had many bright moments and sensational announcements. For the martial artists all around the world it was the announcement of the World Combat Games 2021 which will take place in Nur Sultan, Kazakhstan. The Secretary General of the Kazakhstan Martial Arts Association Mr. Farhat Amankulov traveled all the […]
The second final day and the last muaythai bouts of the Arafura Games 2019 gave bitter-sweet emotions and memorable moments as teams were saying good bye to the Games, Darwin and the Darwin Convention Center which welcomed many sports for the competition. Seven today’s finals included five Australian athletes with Zoe Putorak opening the day against Janejira […]
WADA is pleased to launch its very first social media campaign, Ask the Athlete, which will run for the next week on its Twitterand Facebook pages.
WADA is pleased to announce the publication of the Athlete Reference Guide to the 2015 World Anti-Doping Code. The guide, which will act as a crucial point of reference for all athletes looking to enhance their knowledge of the Code, has been championed by members of the WADA Athlete Committee throughout the course of 2013 and 2014.
After four months in office, José Perurena-Lopez describes his experiences as the President of the International World Games Association. Summarizing what will be crucial in taking The World Games on to the next level, he stresses: “Working in cooperation with the IOC is not only desirable, it is essential.