Successful National Championships for Canadian muaythai

Over two hundred Canadian muaythai athletes took place in the National Championships, marking their place on the national team for a busy year of international muaythai ahead. The Mayor of the host city welcomed the athletes to the event in a sign of the growing cooperation between muaythai and the Canadian authorities.

IFMA team and national teams arrive in Minsk!

Athletes are arriving in Minsk this week but the Belarus local committee and IFMA officials have been working together closely for one month already on the ground. The first to arrive were the Technical team led by Technical Director Dimity Putilin along with Sergey Kyimov and European Sport Director Gleb Kalita. The team was bolstered […]

Muaythai Weekend Fever

This weekend will be another international extravaganza for Muaythai. Copenhagen will host the Danish Championship, and Canada will see the final of the Journey Series, a sold-out event in Calgary. Paris, France will see a big international event with WMC World Champion Yodsanklai taking on French superstar Lidon.

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A Feast for the Senses: Opening Ceremony, SportAccord 2012

Delegates at the Opening Ceremony of 2012 SportAccord Convention began their evening with cocktails and a lavish assortment of delicious Quebecois specialty meats, cheeses, and tables towering with desserts. As conversation and wine flowed, musicians dressed as chefs wound their way through the crowds, encouraging everyone to follow their melodious meandering to the end of […]

Muaythai Action in Alberta, Canada

Calgary, Alberta, Canada, was ground zero for 7 bouts of Muaythai action under the name “Conflict in the Casino” and the venue, the Deerfoot Inn and Casino, was sold out weeks before the night began. The event was organised by the Calgary Muaythai Association (CAKMA) and Mike Miles Promotions and was sanctioned by the WMC […]