The virtual format of the muaythai competition brought future to each home with IFMA events visiting every living room of thousand of youth around the world. 

IFMA member federations were offered four disciplines to compete and the new concept truly became a “best seller” for IFMA youth who could still connect with their friends through muaythai.

Russia was the early adopter of the virtual competition and today every day hundreds of the youth compete online showing their muaythai skills, knowledge of muaythai cultural aspects, and show off their fitness in front of the camera. 

The Virtual World Championships are around the corner and the online journey will continue for the winners with the UTS Virtual Sports Festival bringing the world of sport together in the world wide web.