How to keep muaythai a clean sport under IFMA!

Muaythai athletes competing at IFMA events know muaythai is a proudly clean sport with zero tolerance for doping. IFMA works within the guidelines of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to promote fairplay. Some athletes may need to take medication but they must apply for special permission if this medicine is on the WADA Prohibited List […]

Doping-Free World Combat Games

Doping-Free World Combat Games Athletes and technical officials participating in the Combat Games are bound to and must comply with the SportAccord Anti-Doping Rules during the Period of the World Combat Games (14 – 26 October 2013). These rules, which are compliant with the World Anti-Doping Code and its International Standards, can be downloaded from […]

IFMA’s Sport Integrity Conference: Anti-Doping & Governance

The Muaythai Sport integrity Conference kicked off on Friday, September 13th with three presentations on anti-doping topics and one on sports governance taking place in the morning. IFMA General Secretary Mr. Fox gave the welcoming speech. IFMA’s National Federation representatives and executives, members of the press, university students, doctors and officials filled out the audience, […]

Anti-Doping Workshop in South Africa

The South African Amateur Muaythai Federation (SAAMF) invited South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport (SAIDS) to host an Anti-Doping workshop for the athletes, coaches and management staff of the NF on Saturday the 17th of August 2013.

IFMA – WADA Anti-Doping

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