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.
His Royal Highness Prince HRH Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al Faisal President of the Saudi Olympic Committee chaired this year’s edition of the Olympic Conference for the G20 countries, which was organised in partnership with the secretariat of G20 and the Saudi Olympic Committee. The theme of the important conference, which was held on the […]
It has been a challenging year for the world and sport and muaythai is no exception. We are all battling the pandemic with sporting events cancelled so therefore, IFMA will hold its first ever Virtual General Assembly. Over 120 countries will participate in this important assembly with important agenda points, reports from the continental federations […]
Participants from all over the world made rosters of their teams in the first ever Virtual Muaythai Championships. Throughout multiple divisions and 4 competitions Asian countries became the most synchronised and balanced teams in Aero Fit, the fittest and most agile went through to the final in Max Fit. For muaythai Asia this event truly […]