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7 days of close battles between Asia and Oceana’s best national teams come to an end with Macao securing 2 gold medals; 1 male, Tak Chuen Suen and 1 female, Si Long Tam, the light and bright of the entire country. The overall medal tally made Thailand the winning team of the 2018 Asian Championships. […]
The Asian Championships had brought together some of Asia and Oceana’s best elite athletes. After an eventful 7 days, 17 categories received their gold medals. The award gala then decides at every event who the 2 outstanding male and female athletes are:In the female division from Australia, Best Female Boxer goes to: Yolanda Schmidt which […]
IFMA achieves another important milestone with the launch of the IFMA website on the muaythai.sport domain. Starting from today www.muaythai.sport will re-direct to the current IFMA website, and vice versa. This is history in the making and is reserved for members within the Olympic family. The .sport Internet extension is by the world recognised sports community. In […]
The Asian Championships 2018 is just around the corner. Sport Director of the Federation of Asian Muaythai Amateur Ms. Azadeh Kamyabi is in Macau meeting the local organising committee, she has also confirmed the venue for the Asian Muaythai Forum. The event takes place at one of the largest indoor venues in Macau – the […]
An action-filled afternoon of amateur muaythai saw host nation Macau take a breather before a big day tomorrow, with the larger teams like Thailand and The Philippines having a successful day. Today the two rings were dedicated to the male divisions, with the women’s starting tomorrow.
The Macau Forum hosted a fantastical opening ceremony filled with dance, music and of course sport with lots to entertain the watching athletes and fans. It was a real tribute to the hard work of the Macau Muaythai Association and partners.
The eyes of the Asian muaythai community focused on Macau today as the draw took place for the 2018 Championships! Over 30 countries with 400 athletes and officials are settled in and ready for action tomorrow.
Muaythai athletes from over thirty Asian countries are jetting into the beautiful city-state of Macau today, ready for the 2018 edition of the Asian championships.