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The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) has officially signed the Host City Contract for the 2021 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (AIMAG), which will be hosted in Thailand. Bangkok and Pattaya in Chonburi province will share the sixth edition of the Games next year, when 24 sports will be on the programme. 15 years […]
The Muaythai Association of the Philippines (MAP) under the leadership of General Lucas Managuelod, IFMA Executive Board Member, cares about their members and the community. The Muaythai Association of the Philippines (MAP), fully recognised by the NOC and Philippine Sports Commission, ensured that all members got government support during this crisis but also that their members […]
IFMA World Championships 2019 updated the IFMA gold medal tally with some athletes defending their titles and some wearing the IFMA gold medal for the first time in their lives. Such athletes like Igor Liubchenko, Alena Liashkevich, Nili Block again became the best in their weight divisions showing the highest level of muaythai. Both Igor and Alena won […]
The 2019 FAMA General Assembly was held in Abu Dhabi with 35 participating national federations coming together to elect a new FAMA Vice President, H.E. Abdullah Al Neyadi Chairman of the UAE Muaythai Federation. H.E. Abudllah was one of the driving forces in the development of muaythai in the UAE and the success of the […]
The Royal Thai government, Ministry for Tourism and Sports and the Sports Authority of Thailand organised this year’s muaythai day celebrations at the SAT office.
The Muaythai Association of Sri Lanka (MTASL) is one of IFMA’s newest members, having submitted their application to IFMA in October 2016. Their application was reviewed by the IFMA Sport Director together with the IFMA Legal Commission and will be forwarded with positive recommendation to the next IFMA Annual General Meeting which is due to take […]
Sofia Olofsson (SWE) tops the polls and wins the IWGA Athlete of the Year 2016! The 28-year-old Muaythai fighter wins the race by a huge margin . Olofsson won 39 % of the votes, making her clear number 1.
February 6th marks an auspicious day in the Muaythai calendar as Muaythai day where practitioners of the sport around the globe pay homage to King Somdej Phra Sanpher the 8th, better known as Phra Chao Sua, or the Tiger King. The Tiger King is renowned for his skills in martial arts, rising to the throne on […]