IFMA technical delegate for the 2014 IFMA World Championship has done the second inspection visit to Langkawi to meet with the LOC to finalise the layout of the competition venue, the exact field of play and all the important technical issues.Professor Paiboon stated that he is more than satisfied with the preparation especially as there will be around 2000 athletes, officials, Presidents of national federations, executive board members and many VIP making their way to Langkawi for this prestigious event. The official hotel will only be a minute from the venue and three minutes from the airport which will make the logistic easy for the officials as there will be an average of 120 fights per day in 3 rings. Another team meeting is planned in April, just one month prior to the event.
IFMA is excited on the announcement of WADA’s new and improved Anti-Doping Education and Learning (ADEL) platform. Yesterday, January 21st, WADA hosted their first webinar of the year on ADEL lead by Amanda Hudson, Director of Education, Kangeun Lee, Senior Manager of Digital Learning and Gracie-Hongyang Li Manager, LMS who introduced the new courses and […]
An important meeting took place at the Thai parliament between the two recognised national federations governing the sport of muaythai in Thailand, the AMTAT and the PAT. Also present at this landmark meeting was the IOC recognised International Federation, the IFMA. The meeting was chaired by Parliament Sports Commission Chairman Dr Boonlue Prasertsopa and was […]
The Olympic Council of Asia last week has announced that the 6th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games to be held in Bangkok and Chonburi Province in Thailand from 21st to 30th of May 2021 have been postponed. The OCA stated in its release that the postponement was forth in light of the situation regarding […]