Months of hard work paid off today for the medal winners in muaythai at the Asian Indoor Games with fourteen golds up for grabs. Eight countries qualified athletes for the bouts from all over Asia.
Today was the start of the medal-bouts for muaythai at the Asian Indoor Martial Games after an exciting three days of preliminary bouts. Also today the Executive Board of the Federation of Amateur Muaythai Asia (FAMA) met to discuss plans for the sport in the coming year.
The women of muaythai were in action today alongside their male counterparts at the Asian Indoor Martial Arts Games in Ashgabat. Another action-packed day across two rings for muaythai athletes from Asia and Oceania, with plenty for the home crowd to cheer about.
Ashgabat has really opened its heart to muaythai as the second day of competition saw huge excitement in and outside of the rings. These athletes represent the best of the best from Asian and Oceania muaythai, sent by their National Olympic Committees to proudly fly the flag for their countries.
Over two hours of spectacular dance, music and sporting action athletes from around Asia and Oceania were welcomed to Ashgabat for the Asian Indoor Martial Arts Games. Due to the high number of muaythai athletes taking part, some bouts already took place before the ceremony. But all the teams were in place to join in […]
Muaythai opens at Asian Indoor & Martial Art Games 2017. The beautiful city of Ashgabat in the heart of Central Asia plays the host for 5th AIMAG 2017. Muaythai is one of the most popular sports at the game and because of the nigh number of National Olympic Committees sending teams, Muaythai had to […]