Aussie! Aussie! Aussie! Muaythai Australia is a driving force in the world of muaythai. MTA was established in 1995. The current IFMA General Secretary was the first President of Muaythai Australia for 5 years before he moved to his new position as an IFMA International Coordinator and then later as Vice President and then as […]
The annual Australian Muaythai awards take place shortly, and many of the nominated athletes have represented Australia at IFMA world level. It’s a great reflection of the hard work done by the federation to develop amateur muaythai.
The Muaythai community is excited to be once again included on the sport programme for the Arafura Games, taking place in Darwin, Australia next year. The Games encourage the sharing of sporting and cultural knowledge in the Asia-Pacific region, with Muaythai adding a traditional flavour to the mix.
The Canadian muaythai community gets behind women athletes next week when an all-female amateur muaythai event brings well-known faces from around the world to Ontario. The event is also a fund-raiser for junior athletes from disadvantaged backgrounds.
The Australian Muaythai Federation is preparing for the Youth World Championships with another large team, having 37 young athletes signed up to fly to Thailand in August. This furthers the federation’s aim to develop muaythai from the grassroots level across the country.
The Australian National muaythai championships were held recently to qualify a team for the IFMA World Championships, and had the biggest number of entries in their history.
The Curtain siblings from Australia won three medals at the IFMA Youth Worlds earlier this year, claiming two golds and a bronze medal. Twins Emily and Sophie Curtain turned 16 during the tournament but didn’t let that excitement distract from their golden mission. Brother Bradley in the older division claimed bronze adding to the family’s […]