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The Lebanese muaythai federation held qualifiers for the IFMA Youth World Championships, which will take place from 28th September to 6th October in Antalya, Turkey. More than 300 young athletes and aspiring future IFMA champions took part in the youth national championships, marking their place on the youth national team for the upcoming youth world championships. Lebanese young […]
With the echo of the World Muaythai Championships just fading IFMA athletes are looking forward to new challenges and two weeks from now the world of martial arts will be concentrated in Korea at 2019 Chungju World Martial Arts Mastership. 20 sports will be featured at the event and muaythai will be represented by athletes […]
Isfahan, one of the most beautiful and historical cities in the Islamic Republic of Iran, was the host of Iran’s national championships, from the 8th to the 14th of June. Winners of the national championships are to compete at the upcoming Senior World Championships from 20th to 29th July in Bangkok and World Martial arts Masterships from 30th August to 6th September […]
The second round of the Bangkok Urban Tournament took place last weekend with youth teams meeting again to compete in futsal, 3X3 basketball, sepak takraw, badminton and muaythai. The Bangkok Urban Youth Tournament is the continuation of the legacy left in the wake of the SportAccord Convention 2018 in Bangkok where charity, social and sports organisations such as […]
Day three of the Muaythai competitions has been another great day for the Muaythai and the Asian Beach Games in the spirit of sport, competition and unity. The stadium at Patong beach was once again filled to capacity with many people being turned away at the door and despite all that, spectators were able to […]
The second day of Muaythai competitions did not disappoint in the least. The beach stadium set up in the middle of beautiful Patong beach was once again filled to capacity. VIPs and spectators alike thoroughly enjoyed the fierce competition that showcased Muaythai and the 5 pillars of Muaythai: respect, honour, tradition, fairplay and excellence.
On the fourth day of the 4th Asian Beach Games in Phuket, Thailand, the long awaited Muaythai competition started and it was beyond anyone’s expectations.
FAMA General Secretary Mr Mervyn Tan greeted all team managers and heads of delegations at the Team Manager meeting which took place at the Patong Beach Hotel.