Today saw competition in TippSport Arena in two rings with a full day of exciting action for the first day of the European championships.
Now that all of the athletes have checked in and confirmed their weight divisions, the all-important draw could take place. So now the athletes now who they are facing in the opening bouts tomorrow and Monday.
The beautiful city of Prague is welcoming muaythai teams from across Europe this week for the start of the European muaythai championships. The huge event is being held as part of the celebrations for 115 years of Harley Davidson motorbikes.
Flat beds, chiropractors and happy athletes have become a normal sight during top-level muaythai tournaments thanks to cooperation between IFMA and the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic.
After a long week and months of training, the final gold medals were won today in front of a large crowd at the Stade Georges Carpentier in Paris. Among the dignitaries present and involved in the medal ceremonies were Patrick Karam, vice-president for youth and sport in the Ile-De-France region, and Alexander Schicklick from UNESCO. […]
The 2014 European Muaythai Championship held in Krakow, Poland from the 21st to the 28th of September will feature a record number of participating countries, and athletes. European General Secretary Rafal Szlachta stated that 40 countries are expected to participate in this event, with nearly 1,000 athletes and officials. He also stated that there is […]