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.
Many states of India have delegated their youth and senior participants for the first Indian Virtual Championships. The Virtual Competition started to roll all over the world with Russia concluding their virtual nationals and India taking over bringing it to the next level with ceremonies held live after the competition was concluded. With the […]
The Muaythai Association of the Philippines, which is fully recognised by the highest Sport Authority and the National Olympic Committee of the Philippines has done inspirational work to help their members to keep moving forward in a positive way, despite the challenges brought on by the pandemic. COVID-19 has forced the world into […]
Muaythai connects the IFMA initiative which have been running for the last four months to ensure the IFMA athletes continue to engage in muaythai and practice a healthy lifestyle and stay positive in mind and body. It is also important that we continue to promote cultural understanding, inclusion, non-discrimination, and peace. Some have been […]