Less than 30 days separate IFMA athletes from the entire world to open the muaythai competition of the Arafura Games where 18 sports will be featured in Darwin with 13 sports making the Olympic Games programme.
Muaythai will be represented by 20 international teams and will compete for the medals and qualification for the World Games 2021. So many muaythai superstars made the lists to represent their nations. Yolanda Shmidt (AUS) who is the current Asian Champion, Igor Liubchenko (UKR) multiple world champion, Norbert Speth (HUN) the current European Champion, Anaelle Angerville (FRA) European Champion and many others.
The days featuring muaythai will definitely be full of first-class bouts and no athlete can be a favorite in their division as competition will truly be fierce with the spot at the World Games 2021 at stake.
26 April is the day when teams will Arrive in Darwin and join the Opening Ceremony and full coverage will be given by IFMA Media team to keep the world updated on the exciting bouts that will grace the Arafura Games.