The Mexican Muaythai Federation finished their annual activities with the first of a series of three Training Camps with the Goal to Asses and Develop their national team on the way to the 30th IFMA anniversary and the 2023 IFMA World Championship scheduled for May next year in the motherland of the sport.

Up to 30 fighters from all around Mexico gathered in the High Performance Centre – Villas Tlalpan CONADE, everyday was composed of a double practice and workshops with nutritionist, psychologist and sports scientist.

The venue also provided physical therapy, swimming pool, and all the means for recovery of top athletes. During this 14-day camp, fighters were asked to give the best of themselves and in the last days elimination matches were made, now the team is made of 8 women and 10 men, with a dream to bring home a medal from Bangkok for their country.

“This is a new generation of young fighters, the average age is 20 years old, we are condifent that this type of camps will help to shape a strong mindset, these athletes are inspired by Laura Burgos who won the bronze medal at The World Games in Birmingham, they want to step into the pódium of Chungdu 2025, they know the first step is going to the 2023 Worlds, this is the type of long therm goals we are looking for” says Oscar Perez, President of The Mexican federation.