The Russian Muaythai Federation which is the sole federation recognised by the Russian Olympic Committee and Sports Ministry has produced some of the most outstanding athletes in the world. The President of the Russian Muaythai Federation Dmitry Putilin is a former IFMA world champion so understands the important balance between athletes and the Executive. Over […]
Thailand will be the host for one of Asia’s biggest sporting events, The Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games. Once again, muaythai athletes will have the chance to experience the beautiful coast of Thailand as the venue for the muaythai events is set for Chonburi – Pattaya. Muaythai will be hosted in the same venue […]
UMAI has come a long way and is continuing to build the federation and athletes from the grassroots. Late last year, India hosted the largest ever online Khan seminar, shattering records with over 130 participants. The work is certainly coming into fruition with their athletes’ submission for the #MuaythaiConnects challenge. Today, we hear an inspirational […]
A meeting of officials from the Polish Tourism Organisation (POT), a European Olympic Committees delegation, and the board of the Polish Olympic Committee took place on 6 March at the POT headquarters. The talks focused on promoting Poland as part of the organisation of the Kraków-Małopolska 2023 Third European Games. The aim of the meeting […]
It is a green light for the 31st Southeast Asian Games as Vietnam gears up preparations for the biggest sporting event on this side of the world. Composed of 11 countries, the SEA Games happens every two years, with the Philippines hosting the last one in 2019. It was historic in several aspects: it had […]
IFMA congratulates the new IWGA Athletes of the Year from Acrobatic Gymnastics. And we also sincerely thank the world Muaythai community for all your votes and support for the fantastic Svetlana Vinnikova.
The Asian Championships took place in December in Macau. Iran sent a team of two athletes, claiming one gold medal. This success was recently honoured.
Voting opened this week in a tight contest for the IWGA Athlete of the Year – and thanks to huge support from the muaythai community Svetlana VInnikova is in the Top Five as the first week draws to a close.